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Art Exhibition At World’s Largest Hotel Features 1-Year-Old’s Artwork (We’re Talking About Genting Highlands)
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Art Exhibition At World’s Largest Hotel Features 1-Year-Old’s Artwork (We’re Talking About Genting Highlands)

by Maira ZamriFebruary 13, 2016

UNTIL 31 March, guests at Genting Highland’s First World Hotel will be able to experience an exhibition of artworks from corners of the world including Sweden, Malaysia, Qatar, Japan, Indonesia and Philippines.

firstworldhotelJudging by the exterior of the now 10-year-old hotel, art seems to be of essence to its operators. Much like its vibrant facade, the artworks featured in this exhibition are colourful, fresh and playful.

The exhibition works toward spreading messages of peace, love and harmony across borders.

The creators of these abstract and contemporary imageries come from all ages — don’t be surprised when you see artwork by a one-year old! After all, art knows no boundaries.

First World Hotel also happens to be the largest hotel in the world, obtaining the title last August from the Guinness Book of Records. However it’s worth noting that this hotel doesn’t only excel in terms of size, but also innovation.

Senior Vice President of Hotel Operations, Edward Holloway, told The Star that the new Tower 3, with its open space concept and contemporary interior, is the perfect place to showcase works of art. He hoped that this exhibition helps promote these young artists as well as instill love for art among hotel patrons.

Despite all its attractions and many perks (cold weather is a particularly crucial selling point), First World Hotel is a budget hotel with extremely affordable rates — rooms are available for as cheap as RM85 if you’re hoping to visit by the end of the month!

Take a trip to Genting to check out the exhibition and show support for these young artists, or just revel in the coldest spot on Malaysian terrain.

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I'll figure out what to write here when I'm done having an identity crisis. Maira is a writer at The Daily Seni.

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