With Chinese New Year is around the corner, we are still under the movement control order as daily cases creep up. It looks like we are going to celebrate Chinese New Year differently. Necessary measures need to be taken to keep COVID-19 under control. However, don’t lose hope!
Many malls in Klang Valley are putting up ox-themed decorations. But, there’s one specific place that you have to visit this season at least once (and we hope the MCO ends soon so you can check it out).
Head on to Pavilion Kuala Lumpur to see the Biggest Golden Bull in Malaysia on the rotating stage at the centre court
Pavilion KL is ready to welcome Chinese New Year with Ox-themed decorations hoping it will bring more luck, prosperity and good health. The mall presents the Biggest Golden Bull in Malaysia measures a majestic 15 feet in height once again made it into the Malaysian Book of Records.
The Biggest Golden Bull standing at 15 feet x 16 feet is captivating with gold-plated sparkling eyes. A majestic icon that you will not miss once you enter the mall. Take this opportunity to snap an OOTD or selfie with the biggest golden bull in your new CNY outfit.
Standing at 15 feet in height, The Biggest Golden Bull made its way into the Malaysian Book of Records
Pavilion KL posted on its Instagram hoping that the Biggest Golden Bull in Malaysia will lead the nation into a year of prosperity, charging with great energy to kick COVID-19 away.
Check out Pavilion KL with a theme ‘Blessing of Prosperity’
Themed ‘Blessing of Prosperity’, Pavilion KL’s CNY campaign also features opulent bright red lanterns hanging over Centre Court. The Centre Court is filled with lush blooming cherry blossom trees coupled with a few booths selling traditional CNY hampers, cookies and sweets by Pavilion Hotel, Taimal Herbs & Medicine, Hong Kong Hang Heung, Grand Harbour, Dai Cha Dim, Maison, Tealicious, Cheaw Sifu Dragon Beard Candy and myEureka Snack. There are also numerous spots for you to take photos.
Shoppers can snap photos with the Biggest Golden Bull on the rotating stage at Pavilion KL’s Centre Court until 28 February.