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A Healthy Hobby for Everyone

bonsai is a healthy hobby for the young and old...

In today’s fast paced modern lifestyle, life can be stressful. We need to take a break and unwind. Picking up a hobby like bonsai is one of the ways to help you unwind. Whether you are young or old bonsai is a hobby that can be enjoyed by all.

my bonsai experience...

Bonsai gardening is a healthy pastime. It is physically and mentally invigorating. It is also therapeutic and help you calm your nerves. It provides you the ambience of time and space to reflect on your thoughts and enhances your awareness of the environment and nature.

Ever since I started this hobby I never regret looking back for a moment. I spend most of my free time in my little garden. It helps me to unwind from the daily pressure. And most of all it brings me years of fun and enjoyment.

bonsai is like a long journey

Bonsai creation is one of the passions that drives you forward year by year until you have achieved your goals.

It is like a long journey filled with fun and adventures along the way. And at the end of the journey you'll realised that it is not only the satisfaction of creating your masterpiece, but also the physical and mental enrichment that it derived. Then you'll realised that the reward will be more valuable and far greater than your masterpiece.

Learn to enjoy it.

Bonsai is like a long journey filled with fun and adventures.

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Bonsai workshop
Amcorp Mall. KL.
Flea Market

Every Sunday
10am to 5pm

My new website:

www.bonsaimalaysia.com

For more information please email me at:
currykuah@gmail.com
bonsaimalaysia@gmail.com

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