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Malaysia Book of Records largest replica pagoda

To welcome the Lunar New Year, Suria KLCC leapt into 2022 by decorating its premises with a royal palace setting. The decorations were heavily influenced and inspired by the ancient Chinese Palace. Starting from 7 January till 14 February, locations such as Ramlee Mall, Centre Court and Esplanade KLCC are heavily decorated for the Chinese New Year celebration. To recreate the Ancient Chinese Palace in the Centre Court, the designers paid massive attention to it to create the realism effects to boost up the mood for the Chinese New Year. Alongside the Chinese Palace, decorations like stone-carved imperial guardian lions, a lotus pond, red lanterns and pink cherry blossoms, can also be found at Suria KLCC.

Suria KLCC decorated in a royal palace setting

Not to miss out on the interactive motion sensor projections, where virtual flowers will be visible the inside Chinese Palace. Located at Esplanade KLCC, the Malaysia Book of Records largest replica pagoda, recorded at 70ft tall,  allows shoppers to create memories by snapping photos with the pagoda. Shoppers could enjoy the gifting of RM100 Suria KLCC shopping vouchers and bring home a set of Suria KLCC Red Angpow Packets by participating in the Suria KLCC’s Shoppers Reward Programme by spending RM1,500. For shoppers who spend a minimum of RM3,000, they will be rewarded with an EP YAYING Scarf worth RM999 a piece, along with EP YAYING cash vouchers worth RM168. 

In conjunction with the celebration, shoppers could also purchase an RM10 Ribbon Pin which supports the Suria KLCC CSR Mental Health Awareness programme since 2021. All proceeds will be channelled to the NGO championing mental health wellness. 

Starting from 14 January to 6 February, Alamanda Shopping Centre had also decided to hop on the festive train where they turn Alamanda’s centre court into a Chinese Royal Palace and incorporate Instagram-able locations for the shoppers. Collaborating with Persatuan Kebajikan Anak-Anak Yatim Sayang Kuala Lumpur and Selangor, Alamanda will also be inviting these children for a lunch session and together with a lion dance at the centre court. 

Kemaman’s Mesra Mall had begun their Chinese New Year celebration from the 10 January until 2 February. During the celebration, shoppers who spent RM350 could enjoy an RM20 shopping voucher. 

Andrew Brien, Executive Director of Suria KLCC Sdn Bhd, stated, “After a lapse of more than two years, we are pleased to bring back cheer and gaiety not just to the centre court of our malls, but also our broad range of stakeholders, such as retailers, customers and the surrounding community. On behalf of the management, I would like to wish everyone Gong Xi Fa Cai, and please continue to stay safe and follow all SOPs.” 

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