Barbie: Create Your Own - For the first time in Southeast Asia, you can customise your own Barbie

 For the first time in Southeast Asia, you can customise your own Barbie.

 In a continuous push to inspire the limitless potential in
every girl, Mattel is introducing the first Barbie customisation experience in Southeast
Asia – Barbie: Create Your Own. Barbie: Create Your Own allows girls to use the
endless possibilities of their imagination to customise a brand new Barbie that they
can call their own.

The event will take off at Sunway Pyramid (LG 2, Orange Concourse) from 23rd to 28th May 2017, 10am to 10pm and continue to be held across 3 other locations: Mid Valley (1st – 4th June), KLCC (8th – 11th June) and One Utama (14th – 18th June).
“We always strive to remain relevant to the next generation of parents and girls.Barbie continues to be aspirational, and a vehicle for self-expression and storytelling,” said Fong JiaLi, Head of Marketing of Mattel Southeast Asia.

“This season, we want to spark girls’ imagination in storytelling by enabling them the experience of customising their very own Barbie world with a wide range of fashion
pieces and playsets to play out a world of endless possibilities. Our goal is to empower girls with choices and unlimited possibilities,” added Fong. “Through the power of open-ended play, storytelling and imagination, girls can imagine anything they want to become through Barbie.”

At Barbie: Create Your Own, girls can pick a Barbie doll of their choice and style it with a wide range of fashion pieces such as dresses, tops, skirts, pants and shoes.
They could even pick playsets and accessories for their customised Barbie doll. Each customised Barbie doll comes in a special packaging printed with the name of its creator.

 In support of Barbie’s philosophy of “a woman has choices,” as said by Ruth Handler,the creator of Barbie, Barbie: Create Your Own is basically designed to help girls
realise that, through imagining and creating their own Barbie world, they have choices in their world and can be anything they want to. Its aim is to ultimately, through choices and creativity, help girls feel empowered and confident inthemselves.

Other interesting activities exclusively held at Sunway Pyramid for the Barbie: Create Your Own event include a Barbie colouring contest as well as storytelling workshop where girls can learn from a creative storyteller how to bring their Barbie world to life.


Barbie: Create Your Own is open to public. For more information, please visit barbie.mattel.my and www.facebook.com/officialbarbiemalaysia.

New DreamWorld Indoor Playland @ The Starling Mall & IOI City Mall Putrajaya

Great news to all mummies and daddies! There is new opening of playland and just the right timing to bring over your kids to give them a new snowy experience this coming school holiday. DreamWorld Indoor Playland will be open at The Starling, Damansara Uptown on 25th May 2017 and at the same week, they will also open at IOI City Mall, Putrajaya on 27th May 2017.



Dreamworld Indoor Play Centre (“DWP”) is incorporated to bring indoor play to toddlers and children up to the age of 12 in a fun, healthy and safe environment. It is an adult-accompanied space where children can learn through play, exploration, seeing and thinking. Combining education and entertainment has a profound effect in the development of a child’s motor, social and interaction skills.

Eskimo mascot to greet the kids!
The playland is 6000sqf and can accommodate a total number of 120 kids inside the playland and party room


Yeah my kids surely love this! Slides, climbing up and down and going through lots of obstacles. Good for them to learn motor skills and keep them active!



The playland looks huge and so much fun




Now is the Soft opening promotion offering a Buy1 FREE 1 ticket to be used on the day itself! For continuous 3 days, both outlets are having this great promotions that you should not missed out.

The admission rates at The Starling is priced at RM48 on Weekdays and RM58 on Weekends. For kids below 2 years old, the rate is RM 25 for weekday and RM 35 for weekend.Moreover, with the admission paid, the kids get a free animal ride and one complimentary drink for the accompanying adult.

All kids love birthday parties! Plan for a memorable birthday party for your little one at DreamWorld Indoor Playland .There are 2 types of packages to choose from - The Penguin Package at RM68 for Weekdays and The Snowman Package at RM78 for weekends. The package include usage 2 hours of the party room, unlimited playtime for the children, kids' meal provided and invitation cards for guest. There will be Eskimo the mascot to entertain the kids and makes the event more meaningful and fun.
The admission rates for IOI City Mall, Putrajaya are set at RM45 on Weekdays and RM55 on Weekends per child (age 2 to 12 years old). For kids below 2 years old, the rate is RM 20 for weekday and RM 25 for weekend. One child ticket purchased will allow an adult in to accompany them. Every additional adult entering will be charged an extra RM5 each.
Maximum 4 adult is allowed for each child.
 DreamWorld Indoor Play Centre also offer 6 month DreamWorld pass. Sign up as their member and  enjoy the various privilege. All of this privileges is worth RM 5,840 but now you only need to pay for RM288! Good savings!

You can also choose for Super Saver (3 Entries) priced at RM108

So come over the weekend to check out this playland and have fun and bonding time with your kids. I can't wait to bring my 3 kids over for this excitement!

** Remember to bring your own socks .

More details do contact:

IOI City Mall
Address: L2-16, Level 2, IOI City Mall,
Lebuh IRC, iOi Resort City,
62502 Putrajaya, Malaysia.
Contact: 012-7029509 (Hazwan)


The Starling Mall
Address: S-202, The Starling Mall,
No.6, Jalan SS 21/37, Damansara Uptown,
47400 Petaling Jaya, Selangor.
Contact: 012-7219509 (Yoong Fui)


Email: info@dreamworldplayland.com

P&G, Izreen Azminda and Food Aid Foundation Call On Malaysians to Make a Meaningful Differenc

P&G launches ‘Daripada Ibu Kepada Ibu’, a nationwide campaign to help single mothers in conjunction with P&G Malaysia’s 30th anniversary citizenship campaign – ‘P&G Malaysia Gives Back’.

Procter and Gamble Malaysia (P&G) together with well-loved Malaysian actress and television host, Izreen Azminda and Food Aid Foundation have teamed up to launch ‘Daripada Ibu Kepada Ibu’, a nationwide campaign that encourages Malaysians to help ease the burden of single mothers during this Ramadhan season by making donations of non-perishable goods.

‘Daripada Ibu Kepada Ibu’ will take place from 15th of May to 15th of June at 50 participating outlets of all major retail stores (Giant, Tesco, MYDIN and AEON) throughout the country. Customers who purchase RM30 or more worth of P&G products will be entitled to receive a 'Beg Hati'. They are then encouraged to fill that bag or any other bag with non-perishable items such as canned or dried food, cooking oil or detergent and drop them off at collection boxes placed at the selected participating outlets. Food Aid Foundation will collect the items at the end of the campaign and distribute them to single mothers across Malaysia.


“To celebrate P&G’s 30th Anniversary in Malaysia, we have decided to improve the lives of different communities in need. At P&G, we believe that there are always opportunities in front of us to make a difference and be a positive force for good every day. We have been supporting mothers and their households for many years and we believe their role in the family takes great strength and is irreplaceable. We hope that through this campaign and the help of many generous Malaysians, we are able to relieve the burden of single mothers this festive period” said Ong Yuh Hwang, Managing Director of P&G Malaysia, Singapore & Brunei during the launch of ‘Daripada Ibu Kepada Ibu’.



Izreen Azminda, ambassador of P&G Malaysia’s ‘Daripada Ibu Kepada Ibu’ campaign also shared, “As a single parent myself, I understand the challenges that come with having to be the sole breadwinner and primary caregiver in the family. A little support from friends and family goes a long way in lifting our spirits especially during festive periods such as Raya when expenses are bound to increase. I am proud to be part of this campaign in support of a cause that is dear to my heart.”



“At Food Aid Foundation, we believe that no one deserves to go hungry. Single mothers are often overlooked by the community and we hope that through this campaign, we are able to shed some light on their challenges and work together to ease their burden this Raya.” said Mohamad Faisal Ghazali, Co-Founder of Food Aid Foundation, who was also present at the launch.


P&G places high importance in being a good corporate citizens and ensure the communities where they operate remain strong and thriving. Aside from ‘Daripada Ibu Kepada Ibu’, P&G Malaysia will be doing other works of charity as part of their ‘P&G Malaysia Gives Back’ campaign throughout the year. Other communities they will be helping include Orang Asli children, flood victims and Malaysians with no access to clean and safe drinking water.



To find out more about ‘Daripada Ibu Kepada Ibu’ campaign and the full list of participating outlets, please visit www.daripadaibukepadaibu.com.my to play a part in making a difference in the lives of single mothers and their families this Ramadhan season.