KLCC Suria Mall had some decorations set up for the Chinese New Year. There were these neat looking decorations hanging from the ceiling:
As well as a stage set up with a woman playing a song on an instrument.
Also, near the rear exit by the fountain they had this screen set up. Groups of people were posing in front of it to get their pictures taken.
The decorations look nice, but they seem a bit sterile to me. I think Singapore will do it better. I’m looking forward to seeing the Chinese New Year festivities later this month.
If you don’t know, Chinese New Year’s is going to fall on February 14th this year. That’s right! Right on Valentine’s Day! So, now you can spend the day on a date with your significant other and then spend the night celebrating at the parade.
Also, if you don’t keep up with the Chinese year’s and what animals represent them, this lunar year will be the Year of the Tiger. If you’re in the US and there’s no Chinatown close by, just eat some cornflakes and share a smile with Tony the Tiger to celebrate.
Chinese New Year’s Decorations are already on sale: