The Shangri-La Hotel, Kuala Lumpur has launched a cycling challenge to support the hotel’s initiative to mark Earth Hour on 28 March and Earth Day on 22 April.
The challenge involves cycling for 10 minutes to try and produce as much kinetic power as possible to be turned into electricity. The initiative is to reaffirm the hotel’s commitment towards building a more sustainable future by increasing public awareness through such activity.
General Manager Manfred Weber launched this cycling challenge on 28 March at the Health Club & Spa in the hotel. He got on to a bicycle to churn up as much energy as possible in a worthy effort for Earth Hour. The energy generated is measured, stored, and ultimately, be used in the hotel’s daily operations.
“We are deeply committed towards protecting the environment and aim to inspire other individuals to join us in this fun cycling challenge for a good cause,” Mr Weber said.
Guests and patrons of the hotel as well as the public are invited to take part in this challenge which will be on till 22 April. It will take place daily from 11am to 7pm at the Health Club & Spa on Level 2 of Shangri-La Hotel, Kuala Lumpur. Participants stand to win great prizes in this fun challenge to generate and save electric power.
Those interested to participate in this challenge can contact our Health Club & Spa at 03-2074 3581.