Get in to the Chinese New Year mood at these lavishly decorated shopping malls in Kuala Lumpur and Petaling Jaya

Pavilion Kuala Lumpur

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This Chinese New Year, Pavilion Kuala Lumpur's Blooms of Prosperity showcase celebrates the traditional Chinese art of paper cutting.

The premiere shopping mall has even collaborated with international award-winning modern origami artist Master Chen Xiao for an incredible 30-foot Pavilion Paper Art Garden. The Centre Court bursts with a dazzling display of paper flowers, vibrant red lanterns and five paper tigers in colours of blue, red, silver, black and yellow.      

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Suria KLCC

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Suria KLCC pays homage to grandiose palace structures, red lanterns, cherry blossom trees and more cherished symbols of the Lunar New Year season with CNY-themed installations dispersed throughout the mall.

The Gardens Mall Kuala Lumpur

At the Gardens Mall, the Colours of Prosperity showcase features a gorgeous display of blazing red and pink, incorporating the nostalgic beauty of traditional Chinese culture.

Use this mesmerising festive setup as the backdrop for your best 'Shades of red' Chinese New Year outfit, snap a photo and upload it on Instagram from now till February 13 for a chance to win RM200 worth of dining vouchers.            

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Mid Valley Megamall

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From now till February 13, Chinese New Year festivities will be in full swing at Mid Valley Megamall, where specialty stores, live music performances, workshops, a fortune telling booth and auspicious lantern and cherry blossom decor come together to usher in the Year of the Tiger with flair. 

MyTown Shopping Centre

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Admire the wonders of the spring festival this year at MyTown Shopping Centre's magical Spring Splendour display, rife with sprays of pink cherry blossoms to symbolise longevity and the renewal of life this festive season. 

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Catch acrobatic lion dances on February 1-2 from 5pm to 6pm along with flower dances on the same day from 12pm to 1pm. There will also be lion dance performances on January 29-30 and February 5-6 from 3pm to 4pm.

Da Men Mall

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Enter a dreamy world of flower gardens and hanging lanterns at Da Men Mall. Here, a Blossoming Harmony theme boasts an eye-catching display of wisteria and auspicious red lanterns hanging overhead at the entrance, symbolising vitality and good fortune for the new year. 

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The lineup of exciting CNY performances at Da Men includes acrobatic lion dance performances on the ground floor every weekend in January as well as on February 6 and February 15 at 3pm. There will also be Chinese Orchestra performances by SEGI College, a street dancing show by INTI, musical performances by a differently-abled duo and acapella performances by Taylor’s University on selected weekends.

Intermark Mall

This year's Chinese New Year celebrations at Intermark Mall take inspiration from the grandeur of Chinese opera with a riveting Opera Opulence display from now till February 15. This includes an exclusively-designed ‘Opera Meets Fashion’ collection display by designer Carven Ng along with an Opera Opulence Gallery, where visitors will be able to admire a private collection of stunning Chinese opera costumes.

Fahrenheit88

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Don't miss the buzz of festive excitement at Fahrenheit88's Arts in Harmony display from now till February 15. A modern take on the four ancient arts of music, strategy, calligraphy and painting, Arts in Harmony translates age-old traditions to a modern-day setting, allowing visitors to snap photos beside the 'guqin' seven-string instrument, play a game at the chess board, try their hands at calligraphy and admire traditional Chinese paintings.

There will also be a calligraphy exhibition featuring over 60 works and hanging lanterns by local artist Tee Ying Jie. 

 

 

 

 

Pavilion Bukit Jalil

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