From the breathtaking sea of colourful Great Barrier Reefs, edge of the Grand Canyon to the peak of Mount Everest, counting countless steps of Great Wall of China, everything is hop-able at the IDRISSI School – Golden Wonders of the World Exhibition!
But! Before all the plop, swoosh and swish, check in for FREE at the entrance of Mövenpick Hotel & Convention Centre KLIA, Sepang this NOVEMBER 16th, Saturday and walk in with your luggage of wondrous thoughts to Mentari 1 Ballroom! There is where your journey begins.
So buckle up! Set your REMINDER a week, two days, and a day before so you won’t miss this trip that will be perfect for a quick weekend escape.
Don’t forget to bring over your little architects, researchers, designers, engineers, photographers, teachers, and explorers at home because this is the place for them to freely hop around the globe in a new way and get an out-of-box experience to fire their imagination. Stay a chance to GRAB FREE GIFTS from us!
ARE THERE ONLY 7 WONDERS OF THE WORLD OR MORE?
Good news! With your free ticket (admission), you are free to roam around 20 booths of world’s wonders exhibited on the day at no time limit.
This exhibition will be presented by the students of IDRISSI International School, facilitated by the school’s education faculty. They set up educational booths, demonstrations, games and showcases to highlight not only the interesting facts but also the unexpected findings behind the places. Students present the Wonders of The World in their unique ways with 3D demonstrations and set up using up to 80% from recyclable materials by upcycling methods based on their Eco curriculum and IDRISSI’s learning approach.
As you walk and stop, and learn and see, you can celebrate and ponder upon the wonders of the world that store thousands of secrets, and give an opportunity to our IDRISSI young, creative minds to showcase and share the enjoyable experience of learning beyond classroom.
When the hidden stories are told and the designs are treasured, they make our hearts beat with wonder. To once again realize that the world we live in is more beautiful than we always think it is.