Unique Graduation Photoshoot Ideas – 11 photos
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The first activity that I have chosen to try out is the Canoe. We chose a double-blade paddle in the kayak. Take note.. before you can play all the water sports activity, you need to register yourself and collect your life jacket. If you have children, do not worry. This is suitable for adults and children. According to the management, you can either take a mangrove tour or enjoy a free and easy day by the shore.
It’s one of my favorite Japanese event which is it’s more to “original” Japanese stuff.
Synopsis : The Bon Festival is a Japanese Buddhist custom which is held annually to honour the deceased spirits of one’s ancestors. It is meant to be a joyful celebration, bringing families together, and celebrating rather than mourning the lives of the dearly departed.
The Bon Odori Festival has been a fixture here in Malaysia for the last 30 odd years, and is more a festival of Japanese culture, with Japanese dances – including the traditional Bon Odori, danced specially for this occassion – music, food and lots more, presented throughout the evening.
Venue : Panasonic Sports Complex (formerly Matsushita Centre)
Address : Lot 4, Persiaran Perkilangan, Seksyen 21, Shah Alam,Selangor
Date : 18th July 2009 *
Time : 5pm onwards
Tickets : Free Admission
Phone : 03-2274 2274 (Japanese Club of KL)
Free Shuttle Bus: From Shah Alam KTM Station to Matsushita Stadium is provided.
*The picture taken from Bon Odori 2008 from HERE
● Strictly no smoking except for designated areas.
● No high-heels allowed in the dancing field.
● Guests are advised to car pool to the stadium due to limited car parks.
● NO COSPLAYING. Respect the Japanese culture and tradition please.
Enjoy the photos: