Celebrating Life marks milestone of 10 years in the business

Celebrating Life, the total destination building company specialized in Asian markets, is celebrating its 10th anniversary.

Celebrating Life is pleased to announce that it has been in the business for 10 years, during which time it has helped many clients to achieve success, through its work in writing feasibility reports, visiting sites, meeting suppliers, sharing views and best practices, exploring new concepts and building quality visitor attractions.

Celebrating 10 years

The company is looking back at a successful 10 years and would like to thank all of its valued clients who have been with it on this journey so far. One of its most recent projects was BEAST PARK, a new active entertainment destination in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Celebrating Life acted as project manager for this and developed the concept, which includes five different attractions: a Camp5 climbing gym, Beast Junior active playground with state-of-the-art ninja course, Beast Academy training programs, Beast Net floating nets and the Artisan Roast café. The new venue is located on the top floor of JUMPA, the newly renovated annexe block of Sungei Wang in the city centre. BEAST PARK provides active entertainment and adventure sports for guests of all ages.

Another recent success is The Great 50 Show,  a world-class show for which the company acted as executive producer. It was created to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Oriental Circus Indonesia and toured for one year.

While celebrating a decade in the Asian attractions industry, Thibault Paquin, CEO of Celebrating Life has been reflecting on some of the winners and losers, as well as looking at some attractions which never got built.

Celebrating Life provides end-to-end solutions and advisory services for clients in travel, hospitality, retail, leisure and entertainment. It conducts research, feasibility studies, concepts development, cultural & entertainment content management and digital marketing, in order to help clients to put their destinations on the map.