Kijang Care has taken another huge leap forward by the launched of its three homestay, a project that was initiated about a year ago.

YB Puan Hjh Wan Ubaidah Bt. Omar, the newly elected State Assembly Representatives for DUN Kijang, witnessed the opening of the Kijang Care Homestay. Kak Ubai, as she fondly known is also the first female State Executive Councillor holding the portfolio of Women’s Development, Family and Health Committee.

Dato’ Haji Husam Musa, the Founder of Kijang Care officially launched the Homestay this morning.

Pantai Mek Mas from the satelite

Pantai Mek Mas is less than 20 minutes drive from Kota Bharu. These Homestay situated in the beautiful Fishermen’s Village and suitable for backpackers, budget travellers and researchers to stay. It is also available for a long-stay at special rate. This place is also ideal for small family who wants to taste the peaceful kampong style holiday.

The fee for one night stay is RM70, which 50% of the chargers will go to the villagers who owned the place and the balance will be bank into Kijang Care’s account to finance Kijang Care’s other projects.

Proud Owner, Pak Sin (Above) and Pak Mud (Bottom)

The cost for the development of this project is finance by Kijang Care through donations from various sources and individuals.

During the press conference after the launch, it was also announced that Kijang Care has received RM50,000 for the purpose of building houses for the Indians who are listed under the hardcore poverty category. Currently Kijang Care is identifying the family and suitable location.

At present Kijang Care’s website is under upgrading process by the webmaster, all the information regarding Kijang Care’s activities will be available again on the website soon. For more information on how to book the Homestay, readers can call Mr. Zaidi Hj Abdullah at 019 372 7197 or +609 744 6800.