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Pavilion KL launches ‘Abundance of Prosperity’ theme for 2023 Chinese New Year celebrations; features a pair of giant prosperity rabbits, shopping deals and various activities

Pavilion Kuala Lumpur has launched ‘Abundance of Prosperity’ theme for the Chinese New Year celebrations in 2023. The New Year also marks Pavilion KL’s 15th Anniversary celebrations, where the mall will kick off year-long festivities to reignite the love of the mall’s shopping, dining and urban leisure in the hearts of shoppers to mark the milestone moment.

This time, Pavilion KL’s Centre Court is decorated into a spectacular oriental garden until 5 February 2023, which featuring golden rabbits, vibrant flowers, and hundreds of lanterns – and a centrepiece featuring a pair of giant prosperity rabbits to beckon good luck and fortune until 5 February 2023. The pair of giant prosperity rabbits are standing tall at 18-feet and adorned with hundreds of roses, a flower that symbolises longevity and sweetness in Chinese culture.

If you’re planning to get your CNY related products, head to ‘Abundance of Prosperity’ bazaar to shop for rabbit-themed festive decorations for your home, hampers for gifting, delicious snacks and delicacies. For those looking to up their 2023 style, stop by BOSS for their playful BOSS X Looney Tunes collaboration, newly opened streetwear fashion label, VTMT, and Les Néréides Paris’ floral jewellery. If you’re looking for a foodhunt, stop by RasaNya for a hearty steamboat or some healthy oven-baked chicken at Oppadak, and quench your thirst with milk teas from OJA or dairy-free drinks from Nuttea & Caffike.

The mall is also partnering with Lancôme for ‘Let’s Bloom Together’ display at the Main Entrance which features lush cherry blossom trees, blooming roses, and Chinese lanterns – signalling the abundance of beauty and fortune in the year ahead. Shoppers will also be treated to an exciting pop-up by Hennessy at Connection, featuring a carousel displaying the brand’s signature cognac, an art gallery and photo-worthy displays. Also located at Connection, shoppers can drop-by the Carlsberg pop-up, where they can enjoy Carlsberg-inspired cocktails at the mixologist station and browse the Instagrammable Carlsberg art gallery.

Plenty of entertainment awaits shoppers this Chinese New Year! Get into the festive mood with lively ‘Leap of Prosperity’ Acrobatic Lion Dance Performances at the Centre Court every weekend and public holiday at 1.30pm, as well as Prosperity Rabbits Dance Performances and Walkabout every weekend and public holiday at 2pm. After the dance performances, hang around to catch the God of Prosperity making an appearance at 3pm. Keep your eyes peeled for a magician dressed in Chinese New Year garb every weekend and public holiday — shoppers will be surprised with candies, fortune cookies, chocolates and even vouchers! On top of that, shoppers can watch a high energy ‘Classical New Beginnings’ Drum Performance by Taylor’s College on 15, 29 January and 5 February at 5pm.

Great gifts await those who spend this Chinese New Year! With a minimum spend of RM300 in a single receipt at speciality stores, shoppers will receive exclusive Pavilion KL Angpow Packets for free. With RM800 spent, shoppers can redeem two Dadi Cinema Pavilion KL movie passes.

Maybank cardholders can redeem a free Cherry Blossoms Pyrex 2.4L Mixing Bowl with RM1,000 spent, a free Cherry Blossoms Pyrex 2L Casserole with Lid with RM2,000 spent in a single receipt or a free TSL Rabbit Pure Gold Coin Packet with RM5,00 spent in a single receipt. Feeling lucky? With every RM800 and above spent, shoppers can be one of eight lucky winners that will go home with a TSL 12 Treasures 18K Gold Diamond Necklace worth RM4,690!

For more information on ‘Abundance of Prosperity’ activities and promotions, visit pavilion-kl.com or check for real-time updates via Facebook, Instagram, or contact Pavilion KL’s Concierge at 03 2118 8833.

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