29 Nov '11, 6am

KidZania Kuala Lumpur at The Curve re-sets launch date to Jan 2012: #travel #children #Malaysia

as it will be branded will also be located on the 6th and 7th floors of a seven-storey mall called Curve NX , located at the junction corner of the Curve, Ikea and Tesco. For the locals, it was where the former McDonald's building used to be. It will also be connected to the Curve Shopping Mall via a Sky Bridge. The massive project is also jointly developed by Khazanah and Boustead Group of Malaysia where a total of RM50 million was invested. They expect the theme park to have 500,000 visitors annually. Seems like all the other outlets around the world have an aeroplane sticking out of the building or located somewhere in the premises. For the Kuala Lumpur outlet, there is an AirAsia Airbus Plane sticking out of the building which you simply cannot miss. Jobs at KidZania Kuala Lumpur: For those looking for jobs/positions at KidZania, please contact: [email protected]

Full article: http://blog.malaysia-asia.my/2011/03/kidzania-kuala-lumpu...

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