The Best Chinese New Year 2020 Decorations In KL & PJ Shopping Malls
1/5 Pavilion Kuala Lumpur
You can't miss the biggest rotating Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse from 20ft above ground in the Centre Court of Pavilion KL.
Partnering with The Walt Disney Company once again, the Malaysia Book of Records-breaking sculptures are complemented with Mickey Mouse-shaped lanterns, LED-lighted cherry blossom trees and an interactive LED lake with a koi following your every step.
2/5 Suria KLCC
This year, Suria KLCC continues to break the Malaysia Book of Records with the tallest pagoda replica measuring 70ft in height at the KLCC Esplanade. Inside at the Centre Court, adorable bespectacled Rats greet visitors outside a grand octagonal-shaped Chinese pagoda.
The festive celebration is held in collaboration with jewellery brand Pandora that includes activities like fortune telling and interactive zodiac reading.
3/5 Sunway Pyramid
Gold symbolises prosperity and this year’s Lunar New Year theme at Sunway Pyramid literally banks on this notion with an array of gold elements to welcome the first animal in a new 12-year cycle of the Chinese zodiac. Apart from the gold, there are plenty of hanging red lanterns, lending a festive vibe to the facade of an ancient Chinese house complete with windows decorated with the Chinese coins.
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4/5 The Gardens Mall
Assembled in prosperous shades of red and gold, get ready to be dazzled by the meticulously folded crane origami, which symbolises good fortune and longevity, throughout The Gardens Mall.
If you’re hunting for the perfect #OOTD spot, head over to the South Palm at the ground floor that features a rustic floral backdrop. During this festive period, the mall is also conducting an origami workshop should you be inspired by the magnificent installations.
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5/5 Mid Valley Megamall
Step inside the Lego village market to meet the giant Rat mascot in a traditional Chinese attire! The Rat is not the only featured - his 11 other compatriots in Chinese zodiac have been Lego-fied too.
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