Wow Car­ni­val booth a big hit

New Straits Times - - News / Politics -

KUALA LUMPUR: The Wow Car­ni­val booth at Umno’s 71st an­niver­sary car­ni­val yes­ter­day was a big hit with vis­i­tors.

Thou­sands thronged the booth and took part in many ac­tiv­i­ties, and were also able to meet their favourite celebri­ties.

Me­dia Prima Tele­vi­sion Net­works chief ex­ec­u­tive of­fi­cer Datuk Ka­mal Khalid said the event al­lowed Me­dia Prima Bhd to bring their con­tent, pro­gramme and ac­tiv­i­ties closer to their tar­get au­di­ence.

“For this two-day event, we will con­duct TV host au­di­tions for Nona, live shoot­ing for Wanita Hari Ini and also a Men­tor Mile­nia con­cert,” he said.

The Wow Car­ni­val booth was di­vided into sec­tions: La­man Wow (Cerekarama, In­spi­rasi and Ton­ton), Bananana Land, Ge­lang­gang Kita Juara and Wow on air.

Visi­tor Koh Gim Guan, 42, said he wanted to try the del­i­ca­cies at the car­ni­val.

“Since my girl­friend and I love food so much and we heard that there will be a lot of food trucks, we drove from Klang just for food-hunt­ing,” he said.

There were more than 200 food trucks and stalls sell­ing clothes, bags and other lo­cal prod­ucts.

Mohd Thoha Rob­bani Omar, 23, said he came here to reg­is­ter as an Umno mem­ber.

“I have been ex­cited about this car­ni­val, so I brought along three of my friends,” he said.


Chil­dren tak­ing part in an ac­tiv­ity at the Wow Car­ni­val booth in Bukit Jalil Na­tional Sta­dium yes­ter­day.

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