Here are some photos during the Circles of Prosperity launch day.
Joyce Yap, CEO Retail of Pavilion KL and Philip Ho, CEO of Pavilion REIT Management, dotting the eyes of the koi fish to officiate Pavilion KL’s Circles of Prosperity.
Joyce Yap, CEO Retail of Pavilion KL and Philip Ho, CEO of Pavilion REIT Management together with the VIPs seal in Prosperity @Bridge of Prosperity for good fortune, wealth and longevity!
Acrobatic lion dance performances by Kun Seng Keng @Bukit Bintang Entrance,Pavilion KL.
Pavilion KL brings auspicious symbols, wishing everyone an opulent Year ahead.
Lovell Ho, Director of Leasing Pavilion KL; Joyce Yap, CEO Retail of Pavilion KL; Philip Ho, CEO of Pavilion REIT Management and Kung Suan Ai, Director of Marketing Pavilion KL.
Members of media and invited guests joined Joyce Yap, CEO Retail of Pavilion KL and Philip Ho, CEO of Pavilion REIT Management for Lou Sang.
Tossing of Yee Sang is believed to usher in abundance, auspiciousness, blessings, wealth, prosperity and longevity.
Photo from Missyblurkit.
Whats are the 9 Unique First Time Experiences in Malaysia brought to you by Pavilion KL?
For the first time in Kuala Lumpur, the auspicious masterpiece, the nine giant Longevity Koi set amidst 2,000 red and gold Chinese lanterns, steal the spotlight this year at Pavilion KL’s Centre Court. An old Chinese legend tells the story of thousands of Koi, every year, making the perilous and often difficult journey up the river.
2.) Walk the Bridge of Prosperity
Make a date with the God of Prosperity as you walk the first-of-its-kind Bridge of Prosperity.
Seal the deal by tying an auspicious golden coin onto the impressive 8ft by 35ft bridge, to usher in an opulent year of generous wealth and booming prosperity.
3.) Reunion of 12 Life-Sized Chinese Zodiac
The Circle of Reunion at Pavilion KL’s Bukit Bintang Entrance features 12 beautifully illuminated Chinese Zodiac Characters. Standing at 7ft tall, each character encourages visitors to find their corresponding zodiac and read their fortunes for 2013.
4.) ‘Auspicious 8’ Charity Exclusive
Share the season with the underprivileged with the Auspicious 8 charity by getting a Crabtree & Evelyn Hand Care Lotion at just RM8. HERE
5.) Browse the Art Bazaar
Explore traditional festive arts in all forms from lion head making, paper lanterns, fish skin painting, silk embroidery to rainbow calligraphy at the Art Bazaar.
Fragrance of flowers permeate the air, signaling it's Chinese New Year.
6.) Snap A Photo
Snap a photo with friends and family around the spectacular circle of lantern arches and trees, featuring over 2,000 handmade lanterns, signifying hope and good wishes.
7.) Embark On A Journey
Embark on a journey to bountiful luck when you take a stroll through Pavilion KL's signature Spanish Steps transformed into a garden of auspiciousness in glorious red and whimsical cherry blossoms.
8.) Whirl Into The Festive Mood
Whirl into festivities with lively Chinese New Year performances at Centre Court.
9.) Redeem A Gift
Receive ang pow packets with every RM200 spend at any of specialty stores in Pavilion KL.
Pavilion KL’s Chinese New Year celebration from now till 24 February 2013.
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