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AFTER the BRATs Langkawi 2014 workshop, we had so much fun we told ourselves we just had to come back to the island someday.

Well, that day is almost upon us, because we’ll be having our 2015 BRATs Year-End camp there on Dec 2-5!

This year’s BRATs Year-End camp is open to BRATs alumni from the past three years, and it will be held at the five-star Berjaya Langkawi Resort.

Participants will be staying at the breathtaking Berjaya Resort Langkawi.

Participants will be staying at the breathtaking Berjaya Resort Langkawi.

Throughout the camp, participants will get a feel of what it’s like to be a R.AGE journalist as well as come up with story ideas and activities for the BRATs next year.

It may sound like it’s all work and no play but trust us, it’s going to be exciting.

We already have a bunch of amazing activities lined-up for the participants, including a visit to the world-famous SkyBridge (which includes a 700m high cable car ride) and a river cruise along Kilim River.

Last time around, the BRATs got the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to play with some penguins. But don’t worry, we definitely have some incredible new experiences lined up for the upcoming camp. — Photo: SAMUEL ONG/The Star.

Last time around, the BRATs got the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to play with some penguins. But don’t worry, we definitely have some incredible new experiences lined up for the upcoming camp. — Photo: SAMUEL ONG/The Star.

Here’s a behind-the-scenes look at the BRATs’ visit to Underwater World Langkawi last year.

Participants also spoke to a group of buskers, who performed every night at the famous Pantai Cenang!

Want to be a part of it? Just send a 500-word essay to brats@thestar.com.my on why we should pick you for the BRATs Year-End camp. Deadline is Nov 24, so get writing!

For more BRATs stories, check out rage.com.my/brats. And if you’re interested to join the BRATs family, be sure to sign up for BRATs 2016.

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