Thousands throng Foodiethon event in Sunsuria City

Thousands throng Foodiethon event in Sunsuria City

Saturday, 28th May –  Over 3,000 fitness enthusiasts and foodie lovers attended the first inaugural Sunsuria Foodiethon event in Malaysia, organized by Sunsuria. Sunsuria Foodiethon is a new family-friendly event concept whereby one gets to choose between a Fun Run (7KM) or Fun Cycle (30KM) and ends at the food fest for a delicious array of food trucks at the finishing line.

The event started at 7.30am with a joint flag off of fun run and fun cycle around the surrounding neighborhood of Salak Tinggi, Putrajaya South, including the 525-acres of freehold land of Sunsuria City, the new integrated master-planned smart township development expected to be launched in phases over the span of 8 years. Part of the running and cycling route scenery include the majestic view of the new Xiamen University Campus Malaysia, China’s first overseas university in Malaysia located in the heart of the Sunsuria City township.

Prior to the event flag off, Datuk Ter Leong Yap, founder and Executive Chairman of Sunsuria Berhad, Koong Wai Seng, Chief Executive Officer of Sunsuria Berhad, Simon Kwan, Sales and Marketing Director of Sunsuria Berhad and Harry Wong, Chief Executive Officer of Oride (M) Sdn. Bhd. officiated a bike sharing ceremony that will be introduced to the residents of Sunsuria City in the near future.

“Besides promoting a healthier lifestyle through running and cycling, we also hope to demonstrate the spirit of Sunsuria City’s guiding principles – Smart, Livable & Sustainable (SLS), which will be the key foundation in everything we plan to develop in this integrated master-planned township for our customers, said Datuk Ter Leong Yap.

Some national icons also attended and took part in the Sunsuria Foodiethon event including our former Malaysian professional badminton players; Wong Choon Hann, Chan Chong Ming, Lee Wan Wah and Chew Choon Eng. Other special guests such as Suhardi Hassan, the Malaysian professional racing cyclist, Melinda Looi, Malaysian renowned fashion designer, Dennis Lau, Malaysian-born electric violinist and songwriter, and many more graced the event in support of a healthy lifestyle.

Besides running and cycling, there were lucky draw opportunities worth up to RM10,000 along with free food vouchers totaling up to RM30,000 for participants to redeem from over 25 food trucks and vendors at the Foodiefest area. The first 1,000 foodie lovers were also given RM5 food vouchers to the food festival. Other attractions included giant bubbles, clown magicians, stage music DJ, airbrush tattoo booths and photo booths catered for all ages.