Tuesday, January 31, 2023

Imagi.Land to reopen from Sunday

Correspondent

Imagi.Land, the event space at the Naga Heritage village, Kisama will be reopened to the public from Sunday, December 18.
Informing this during a press conference at the venue, the company managing the space, Imagi.Nation, managing director, Elivino Seleyi informed that the space re-open after some upgradation. She said Imagi.Land began in 2018 and was managed by a three-member team.
During the festival, the space was visited by children, local artistes and people from all walks of life at the space. Several entrepreneurs also took to the space to exhibit their businesses.
She disclosed that the company always had a heart for home grown business and would take up every opportunity to engage with entrepreneurs.
Seleyi said the company saw what they could offer to the Kisama Children’s Park which had been lying barren for some years due to lack of maintenance and security.
She disclosed that Imagi.Nation submitted their proposal to the Tourism Department which was received well and appreciated by the officials who further helped the group complete all the necessary documents needed so as to start the project by writing contracts and other legal letters and documents that were needed before starting construction work on the site. Production manager of the group, Aoakum Walling informed that it took 52 days for the team to work on the project. He said the group was looking for a place to set up a sanctuary to relax, rejuvenate, and that the space would be open all year round.
The place also includes the children’s park and serves as a retreat for both children and adults.
To make it a fully active space, Walling informed that several infrastructures like tree houses, a swimming pool, and so on, were in progress.
Besides children friendly play stations, the space also provides a round the clock cafeteria, a 3-Shelf Project where book lovers can share books for free.
Another feature of the place also has a ‘Love lock’ wall, a space to put up locks as remembrance of their loved ones.
Seleyi said their vision for the place was to be a place away from Kisama as the Heritage village was already filled with traditional houses and motifs.
Entry for children below the age of 5 would be free and for adults a nominal entry fee would be charged. The space is available for bookings at 8414 865 221 from Tuesdays to Sundays.

SourceNPN
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