Top quarantine center, Impiana Hotel continues hospitality practice by offering relief to flood victims

Impiana KLCC Hotel has extended a helping hand to the Project Darul Makmur, following the widespread flooding in Peninsular Malaysia. 

This company has collaborated with a group of freelancers,NGOs, and institutions, with the objective to raise funds for the people affected by the recent flooding in the state of Pahang. The coverage areas are Raub and Lipis which includes Gali, Dong, Jeram Besu, Benta, Temerloh and Bera.

In addition to the fundraising, the project also collects other necessities such as food aids, clothing, bedding materials, towel, blankets, and other essential packages

The hotel management team with the project organising team with the items being donated. From left: Anthony Edwin, David .

“Being in the hospitality industry is not just to serve the guests and staff of the establishment but also people around us who need help and care too especially
during this challenging time. We will continue to do our best by extending help to those who are in need,” David Xavier, Impiana’s General Manager said. 

Recently, Impiana Hotel being one of the Quarantine Stations by National Disaster Management Agency (NADMA) of Malaysian Government which further encouraged them to maintain progress in efforts. Since April 2020, Impiana made a swift implementation in terms of safety and level of assurance guarantee for their guests. 

The achievement and success of Impiana KLCC hotel has made them one of the recommended stations and top quarantine centers. 

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