In conjunction with the holy month of Ramadan, Berjaya Times Square Kuala Lumpur invited the underprivileged children of Rumah Titian Kaseh to join its team to attend the mall’s “Majlis Berbuka Puasa” celebration.
Gathered at the boulevard, the children were serenaded by the sounds of traditional musical instruments before adjourning to the newly opened banana leaf restaurant BananaBro for a scrumptious berbuka puasa feast. To further heighten the children’s excitement, each were also given complimentary Berjaya Times Square Theme Park tickets along with some fun goodies.
“It’s our great pleasure to host this celebration and spread the true meaning of Ramadan to all those in need. Despite all the cultural and background differences, we as Malaysians should not forget the true meaning of our joyous celebrations, which is GIVING. This is a call to get together in the spirit of harmony, acceptance and respect by joining in this festive celebration as a nation. If each one of us could play a small part in spreading the good works of unity, we can make an extraordinary difference in Malaysia no matter who we are or what religion we come from,” says Koh Huey Min, Executive Director of Berjaya Times Square Kuala Lumpur.