From 8 July until 29 July, Politiets Idrætsforening’s travel team will be travelling through Thailand and Malaysia on their South East Asia trip.
First stop on the tour will be the Thai capital Bangkok where the British Club will provide the team with a venue for a show after which PI Gymnastics will run a workshop.
After a trip to southern Thailand, the group will head on to Malaysia. The Danish company Danisco has made a program for their stay in Penang, which among other things includes a visit to Pulau Payar, a party, sleeping under open skies on the beach, and of course a performance followed by a workshop.
On their way to the Malaysian capital, the police gymnasts will stop over in Ipoh, where they are scheduled to perform at a local school, but they have also set some time off for white water rafting as well as a day trip to the hills of Cameron Highlands.
In Kuala Lumpur, the team will perform on several different venues such as schools and shopping centres, but they will also have time to do some shopping and go sightseeing.
The team will keep a journal of their South East Asian adventure on their website. Keep yourself updated on what they are doing and where they will be performing here:
Catch the first show at the British Club in Bangkok on Saturday 10 July. The show starts at 4 PM, and everyone is welcome, although non-members have to pay an entrance fee of 150 Baht. Members and children under the age of 12 enter for free, and food and drinks can be bought at the Club.
The Danish Police Gymnastics travel team consists of rhythmic gymnasts and jumpers. The following people will be part of the South East Asia Tour:
Helle Nørtoft Laursen
Kristine Brandt Kofoed
Lotte Høegh Hansen
Louise Sloth Madsen
Majbrit Myrup Jensen
Pia Britt Jensen
Trine Juul Larsen
Adam Glædeshøj Sørensen
Andreas Junker Holst
Gorm Glædeshøj Sørensen
Elisabeth Arnsdorf Haslund
Pia Bonde Larsen