Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Sunway Putra Mall Lantern Parade Celebration 2017

Mid-Autumn Festival will be held on next Wednesday, 4th October 2017. To celebrate the heartwarming festive, Sunway Putra Mall gathers nearly 1,000 multicultural participants at the Lantern Parade to celebrate the love, culture and diversity. The Mall was decorated with lanterns with variety of shapes and colours and a gigantic Lantern made out of recycled fabrics. All children appeared in high spirits and can be seen roaming around and the Mall had created this platform to promote racial harmony and promote recyling.
Public and children from 2 charitable homes i.e. Yayasan Chow Kit (YCK) and Touching Lives Club Kuala Lumpur & Selangor (TLC) had joined the Lantern Parade to make it a memorable occasion. The parade was flag off from the Main Entrance and towards Kenny Hills led by the Dragon Troupe, Moon Fairies and mascots from the Parenthood and Mr DIY.
Ms Phang Sau Lian, General Manager of Sunway Putra Mall together with Dato' Tan Choo Teck, Vice President of Touching Lives Club Kuala Lumpur & Selangor and Organising Chairman of Mid-Autumn Festival had joined the parade.
Ms Phang had said that this is a reunion that expresses happiness and joy. They love to encourage their shoppers to get in touch with different festive and culture and on that day, they can see it coz' it not only attracts the interest of locals but also international visitors.
Ms Phang Sau Lian, General Manager of Sunway Putra Mall 
Dato' Tan had thanked the public for being part of this gathering and it's very meaningful to them. Dato' was glad that the initiative to gather public and other races together as one had came to reality.
Dato' Tan Choo Teck, Vice President of Touching Lives Club Kuala Lumpur & Selangor
The underprivileged children aged between 7 to 12 years old were earlier treated to hone their artistic skills on mooncake and lantern making workshop organised by TLS and followed by a dinner treat at Selera Street.
Children from 2 charitable homes with their self making lantern
Sunway Putra Mall also made into the Malaysia Book of Records for building the Tallest Lantern Made of Recyced Fabrics under the Arts & Entertainment category. Congrats on their achievement.
Do check out the 10M tall and 3M width lantern in display at the Main Concourse till 4 October 3017. It was put together by the students from International University of Malaya Wales (IUMW) and Kloth Cares. The patchwork designs resembles Malaysia's multicultural community. It was surrounded with different type of recycled fabrics and the interior is filled with hundreds of warm coloured lanterns.
Ms Phang said that this time around, together with Kloths Cares, they had gathered clothes donated by the public and recycle it to decorate their Lantern. College students were also part of this initiative where they had contributed their time and skills to complete the lantern which is one of their effort to promote the importance of recycling.
Do check out the assortment of mooncakes and other delicacies offerings from Cold Storage, Haagen-Dazs, D'King, Aihana, BreadStory, Wing Heong BBQ Meat, Lolili's Delights, Two Pineapples and Fai Fong Bakery. As for the colourgul and vibrant lanterns, do look out for Pro A Lantern.
There will be interesting themed workshops such as Mooncake Making, Lantern Painting and Lantern Making for shoppers during the weekends.
20 best dressed children were selected to win 4 passes to the Parenthood Playland
For more information, do visit their website at www.sunwayputramall.com and facebook page at www.facebook.com/sunwayputramall or contact them at 03-27869333.
Pretty Fairies walking with the lantern
No matter what religion We are, We are 1 Malaysian who will celebrate all festival together
The beautiful scenery at night at Sunway Putra Mall with the dragon roaming around to led the Lantern Parade
Beautiful lantern decoration around the Mall
Mommy Jane and Little Angels had joined the Lantern Parade. We enjoyed watching the Dragon Dance performance and the story-telling on why Chinese celebrated this Mid-Autumn Festival. The event was supported by Malays, Chinese, Hindus, Foreigners and other ethnics in conjunction with the Mid-Autumn Festival. Thanks to Sunway Putra Mall for sponsoring the beautiful fish and rabbit lanterns, the candles and mooncakes for everyone who had participated to understand the Chinese Cultural. 



11 comments:

  1. seru ya kayanya, apalagi banyak anak kecilnyaa. udah lucu pasti makin seru.

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    1. Terima Kasih kerana sudi membaca post ini.

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  2. Tanglung tu comel2, kalau anak nampak ni mesti nak juga ni hehee, i pun tergoda tengok tanglung2 comel tu.

    selalu kalau pergi Mall time macam ni, tertunggu2 ada pertunjukan tarian naga hahaha, tapi anak yang kecik tu takutlah pula -..-"

    yanmie
    www.yanmieonline.com

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    1. Yan Mie, you perlu bawa anak-anak tengok dari jauh. Pasti mereka teruja untuk melihatnya.

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  3. Rindu nak main tang lung dengan rakan-rakan. Dulu masa kecil ada bermain dengan kenalan cina. Best sgt...

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    1. Bro, do bring your daughters out to join such activities. You can have your own memory back and your daughters can enjoy playing the lanterns.

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  4. Wahhhh... Meriahnya event lantern ni. Dah lama tak pergi sunway putra mall.

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    1. Afizah, Sunway Putra Mall is very beautiful now. You should drop by to shop to get more rewards.

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  5. wahh soo meriah dan so colourful. :D

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  6. hapening sangat ni.. kalo ai sana , banyak2 ai selfie dengan view naga2 tu semua

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  7. wow, never been to that mall before, should visit there during the weekends :D

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