Property developer Mah Sing Group Bhd is offering attractive price rebates in 11 projects in Kuala Lumpur, Penang and Johor in conjunction with its 18th anniversary celebrations.

Embarking on a property promotion exercise over three months this Saturday, the road show will be held in Kuala Lumpur, Penang and Johor with the theme, Realizing Dreams.

The launch at Shangri-La Hotel Kuala Lumpur on June 16 will have activities for the whole family and will continue the next day. The celebrations which will be attended by celebrities will include entertaining shows.

The other scheduled venues are Equatorial Hotel in Penang from June 22-23 and KSL Hotel in Johor Baru from June 29-30 .

To be hosted by emcees Xandria Ooi and Kevin Chong, the KL launch will feature the China Bond Girls and Shanghai Star Acrobatic Ballet during the opening ceremony at 10.30am.

The internationally-acclaimed China Bond Girls musical group will play instrumental hits while the Shanghai Star Acrobatic Ballet will perform gravity-defying feats over the weekend. The performers will also be in Penang and Johor Baru.

A series of informative talks will include tips for property buyers on enhancing their living space. Experts will teach homeowners on the fine art of cooking, gardening and interior decorating.

Local celebrity Chef Wan will be cooking up a storm at all three venues. Furthermore, Chef Daisy, who specialises in organic recipes and Chef Michael Elfwing of Senses Restaurant in Hilton Kuala Lumpur, will demonstrate their cooking skills during the road show.

Sharing their expertise on transforming a living space into one that resonates with good energy will be Feng Shui guru David Koh and Vasthu Sastra expert T. Selva.

On June 17, a LEED accredited professional will talk about how environmentally-sustainable buildings should be built, rated and occupied. There will be a special animation workshop for teenagers and young children as well as an entertaining robotics dance. Children’s programmes will also be presented on Samsung’s Smart televisions to keep the youngsters occupied throughout the duration of the road show.