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Pavilion Bukit Jalil partners with PSJKM to run ‘Back To Nature’ program from now until 26 June 2022

This month, Pavilion Bukit Jalil wants shoppers to embrace and practice sustainability and eco-consciousness. Expect exciting eco-friendly demonstrations, workshops and exhibitions await shoppers with Malaysian Creative Sewing Arts Association (PSJKM) ‘Back To Nature’ program from now until 26 June, as well as plenty of sustainable and eco-friendly shopping at Pavilion Bukit Jalil.

In her speech,  Her Majesty the Raja Permaisuri Agong Tunku Hajah Azizah Aminah Maimunah Iskandariah Binti Almarhum Al-Mutawakkil Alallah Sultan Iskandar Al-Haj expressed concern over the global environmental crisis and called on all Malaysians to make small changes to protect the environment. She also urged the public to consider the effects of climate change and keep in mind that the next generation will inhabit the world we leave behind.

Tunku Azizah, patron of PSJKM, hopes that the Back To Nature program will rekindle the public’s love of nature and promote a sense of eco-consciousness among Malaysians. From now until June 26 at Level 2, Orange Zone, shoppers can:


Tunku Azizah, patron of PSJKM, hopes that the Back To Nature program will rekindle the public’s love of nature and promote a sense of eco-consciousness among Malaysians. From now until June 26 at Level 2, Orange Zone, shoppers can:

  • Watch Eco-Printing’s demonstration at 12 pm, 3 pm, and 6 pm daily.
  • Learn how to extract colours from natural sources in the Natural Dye-ing Workshop.
  • DIY Indigo and Drawing workshop with the purchase of a T-shirt or Tote + Indigo Kit for RM45 or RM39 respectively.
  • Shop for handicrafts at the Tunku Azizah Handmade Market, which features more than 50 local handicraft stands.


Pavilion Bukit Jalil is proud to support environmental groups and businesses that promote sustainable products that are kind to our planet. 

“The demand for sustainable and eco-friendly shopping has grown over the years. It is important for shopping malls such as Pavilion Bukit Jalil to keep an ear to the ground to cater to these shopping trends. We are proud to provide a platform and help to promote these environmental groups and businesses to cater to this growing demand for sustainable products,” said Dato’ Joyce Yap, Chief Executive Officer of Retail for Kuala Lumpur Pavilion Sdn. Bhd., Retail Planner of Pavilion Bukit Jalil.

Tunku Azizah also spoke about the promotion of Malaysia’s traditional crafts, encouraging corporate companies, government departments and fellow Malaysians to support local entrepreneurs by purchasing such artisanal products for souvenirs or gifts. 


Small choices have a big impact, and shoppers can play a part in preserving our environment by shopping more consciously at Pavilion Bukit Jalil. 

Pioneering the move towards sustainability, The Food Merchant, Level 1 encourages shoppers to shop with its sustainable and reusable bags in both orange and blue designs. To meet its zero-waste target, the grocer consciously sources fresh products in sustainable packaging. From now until 26 June, shoppers can immerse themselves in a virtual honey gathering experience with an augmented reality 3D holographic lens while sampling the best of sustainably sourced and produced honey and honey cakes at the Comvita roadshow at Centre Atrium, Level 1. 

Support Malaysian artisans at duluKINI, Level 2 a unique local lifestyle store featuring Malaysian-made, inspired and designed products from artisans and retailers nationwide. Shoppers can discover a trove of home décor, fashion, gifts, memorabilia, kitchen & dining, toys, board games, stationery, and popular Malaysian childhood snacks and beverages – all inspired by the rich heritage and traditions of Malaysia!

Only at Pavilion Bukit Jalil, shoppers can explore ‘Made in Thailand’ concept store Ecotopia, Level 2 for a new and friendly eco-centric experience showcasing natural cleaning products, zero waste containers, air purifying plants, eco-friendly skincare products, upcycled fashion products, and many more sustainable products in store.

Shoppers can also stock up on sustainable skincare, bath and hair products at L’Occitane’s first Green Store featuring innovative and first ever refill fountain and eco-friendly mural wall and Kiehl’s, Level 3 with their range of eco-friendly refills, sustainably sourced ingredients and eco-friendly packaging. 

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