We would like to share a contribution by our fellow Bandar Botanic resident Andrew Sum, on his experience and reflection of a "Good Sunday" at the Central Park.
I have not been to the Bandar Botanical Lake for a walk for a long time due to osteoarthritis. However this Sunday, 31st Oct, I went for a slow walk in the late afternoon and was happy to note that the Lake region especially towards Kiara/Didara/Bongor region is now gaining popularity amongst visitors from other areas of Klang and Selangor, as I have notice not less than 3 Muslim weddings couples taking photographs there by the lake side. One was with the Royal Malaysian Navy I think, judging by the white uniform the bridegroom wore.
Add to this, there is a bonus of one large group of visitors & boys from the Indian Christian DESTINY STARTING POINT, a juvenile home for boys, having their group photographs taken there. I joined in to the group to have a picture taken and they happily obliged.
A chat with the Home Coordinator and was told that theirs is a juvenile home for boys and their objective are ‘Rescue, Restore, Reconcile and Reform’. Their address is located at No.21 Lebun Peria Taman Radzi, 41200 Klang, Selangor. Anyone interested can contact them at Tel:03-337424768. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Website: destinystartingpoint.com. Their Home coordinator is Ms Julian Amaarjeet (016-2747598).
Surprisingly, most of the boys speak good English wishing me immediately “Uncle Welcome’.
|A wedding by Andrew Sum|
|Family outing at Central Park by Andrew Sum|