Bitten by the travel bug and love decorating? Head on over to Times Square Shopping Centre to check out the Home & Lifestyle Exhibition 2018 which will take place until Sunday.
From 10am to 10pm, visitors can check out travel packages, participate in quizzes, the Best Eastern Dino Egg Hunt and win daily prizes.
Those looking to check out flight tickets can visit the Pan Bright Travel Service booth located at the main entrance of the shopping centre.
Pan Bright’s sales and business development manager, Nur Khadijah Abdullah, said this is the first time in 35 years the company has organised a travel fair:
“We organised this travel fair to celebrate our milestone – 35 years of service.”
Pan Bright are selling tickets, tour packages, honeymoon packages as well as travel insurance and much more.
The travel agency has also invited other vendors such as Jerudong Park Country Club, Brunei River Cruise, Standard Chartered Bank Brunei, Baiduri Bank, and Ming Garden Hotel and Residences, to join their booth.
“Travel is a lifestyle. We not only want to encourage people to travel overseas but we also want to promote and support our country hence why we invited local companies which are popular with tourists,” Nur Khadijah said.
“As of today, most of the popular purchases are destinations to Malaysia, Singapore and Japan. Meanwhile the popular tours packages are destinations to Europe and Korea.”
Customers who buy tickets will stand a chance to win daily prizes from the lucky draw which will take be held on Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 8pm.
Meanwhile those looking to revamp their home can visit the various home furnishing exhibitors offering a wide variety of products and services: from furniture and wallpaper, to renovation, refurbishment and interior design.
Luzzone Director Philip Chua said those looking to redecorate can visit their booth that offers more than 40,000 wallpapers, 600 to 700 blinds designs and vinyl flooring.
“Our wallpapers are from Korea and have different textures. You can choose from 3D, classic or water designs.”
Phillip said they offer quality wallpapers which are suitable in Brunei weather, anti-dust, easy to clean and can last more than 10 years.
The company also has its own factory that assembles blinds using fabric bought from Turkey, Taiwan and Belgium. Customers can even request for the blinds to be motorised and operated with a remote control.
“If you’re looking to redecorate, come during the exhibition and we will give you special offers. Customers also don’t need to worry as our services include installation,” Philip said.
Times Square’s event coordinator Afifah Dzakiah Hj Suhaili said the public shouldn’t miss out on the Best Egg Hunt which will happen in three sessions during the event.
“The hunt will take place at 3pm, 5pm and 6pm today and 11am, 2pm and 5pm on Sunday.”