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Published: 05th January 2013 11:04 AM  |   Last Updated: 05th January 2013 11:04 AM   |  A+A-

To offer more entertainment to the visitors new attractions have been lined up at the GKSF Global Village in Bolgatty.

The Food Pavilion and amusement areas have spiced up. Crunchy-munchy Pakistani biriyani is a big hit among the foodies. Adventurous bike stunts, 4D shows, spectacular Chinese Lion Dance have been added to the daily entertainment programme schedule.

 Bike stunts that have gained popularity through movies and social networking sites are being staged at the amusement area. Children and adults can additionally enjoy 4D shows created by incorporating physical effects into a 3D visual experience. The shows are held every half hour during visiting hours.

 More fun activities for children, including balloon shooting and ‘can-a-ring’ competitions, have commenced at the amusement arena.

A stall featuring an array of mouth-watering dishes from Pakistan is the latest attraction at the Food Pavilion. Food lovers can once again enjoy the delicacies made by Kelu Aashan of Salt ‘N Pepper fame at the Wayanad food stall. He will also entertain the guests with his repertoire of folk songs.

 Daredevils from the Indian Navy will perform a series of water-scooter and speedboat stunts at a special one-hour show starting from 4 pm on Saturday. 

 As many as 15,000 people on an average have been visiting the Global Village, with the majority of visitors stepping at the village to enjoy their year-end and New Year celebrations.

 Both domestic and foreign tourists are making a beeline to the venue. School children are expected to visit the village on picnics. More local people who were away during the celebrations are expected to visit the village in the coming days, said the organisers.



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