School Holidays Just Got Better with BAS KL!
Planning what to do this school holiday? Whether you’re a kid or a big kid at heart, CENDANA’s BAS KL (Bandar Aktiviti Seni Kuala Lumpur) school holiday campaign is sure to keep you and your family busy and well entertained.

With a list of 14 BAS KL cultural attractions to explore, there’s something for everyone in the family to enjoy –as well as awesome rewards to gain!
From Saturday, March 17th until Saturday April 1st, 2018, you’ll be able to collect stamps on your BAS KL digital passport. These e-stamps are redeemable for fantastic goodies, including a chance to win a 2-day, 1 night stay at The Kuala Lumpur Journal Hotel! Best, kan? Find out how to collect e-stamps below!
Siti Saleha is in on the fun!
BAS KL just got more fun and fabulous! Be one of the lucky ones to join actress and local arts supporter Siti Saleha who will host a group tour through Carcosa Seri Negara and a hi-tea with 20 lucky guest! Follow CENDANA @cendanamalaysia and Siti Saleha @sallywho on Instagram for contest details.
How do you collect stamps?
It’s simple, all you have to do is:

  • Go to a venue on the BAS KL Cultural Attractions List

  • Scan the QR code displayed at the venue to create a BAS KL account and receive a digital passport 

  • Scan the QR code displayed at the venue to receive an e-stamp on your digital passport.
    • If the system detects that you do not have an account, it will prompt you to fill in a form and create one.

  • Collect stamps and redeem them for awesome goodies as listed below:
    • Collect 2 Stamps to redeem a free Tealive beverage
    • Collect 4 Stamps to redeem a RM20 KFC cash voucher
    • Collect 5 Stamps to stand a chance to win a 2D1N stay at The Kuala Lumpur Journal Hotel
    • Note: Details for redemption will be notified via e-mail
*Terms and conditions apply.
1. Jadi Batek Gallery
Join a batik making class or watch experienced batik artisans create beautiful Malaysian batik masterpieces.
2. Lost in Chinatown
Explore Malaysia’s first cultural maze.
3. Illusion 3D Art Museum
Admire 3D paintings and augmented realities that reference pop culture and scenes unique to Malaysia.
4. Kuala Lumpur City Gallery
Learn about Kuala Lumpur’s fascinating history in an engaging and informative fashion with photographic records and scale models of the city’s prominent locations.
5. Dewan Filharmonik Petronas
Enjoy a day out with your family at a Malaysian Philharmonic Youth Orchestra ‘Family Day Concert’, titled Adventures in the Magical Kingdom (Sunday, March 25th, 2018 only)
6. KLPAC (Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre)
Attended a wide range of theatre courses suitable for children and adults at The Actors Studio Academy.
7. ILHAM Gallery
Wonder at beautiful modern Malaysian and contemporary art within a regional and global context. (March 26th – April 1st, 2018 only)
8. Petronas Gallery
Support a non-profit visual arts gallery primarily dedicated to documenting and promoting works created by Malaysian artists. (March 20th – April 1st 2018 only)
9. R!UH 
Wander through an art market that supports homegrown creatives through pop-up stores, creative workshops, live performances and exhibitions. (March 24th and 25th, 2018 only)
10. Bank Negara Malaysia Museum and Art Gallery
Visit eight galleries under one roof including a fun- filled children’s gallery.
11. Carcosa Seri Negara
Uncover never-before-seen artifacts from the untold history of Malaya's road to independence in the Jalan Merdeka exhibition.
12. IAMM (Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia)
Check out 'Al-Tibb: Healing Traditions in Islamic Medical Manuscripts Exhibition' and the children’s library.
13. National Art Gallery
View several art exhibitions including : KL Biennale 2017, Swedish Dads Photo and Field Trip Project Asia
14. MaTiC (Malaysia Tourism Centre)
Witness a colourful cultural show, 3PM daily –except Sundays and Public Holidays.
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