Nov 2, 2018

Pavilion Kuala Lumpur's Dream Diwali


The malls of Kuala Lumpur are all colourfully decorated with kolams and Deepavali themed decorations by now, since it is less then a week away to Deepavali...


So yours truly was over at Pavilion KL, Malaysia’s premier shopping destination, where I was blessed to be able to witness the launch of ‘Dream Diwali’ – an inspired Diwali campaign held from now until 14 November 2018, celebrating this year’s Festival of Lights...


Inspired by the beauty, grace and magnificence of the peacock, the focal point of ‘Dream Diwali’ is a jaw-dropping, must-see ‘Dream Kolam’ at the mall’s Centre Court.... 


With the belief that Goddess Lakshmi only visits homes that are sparkling with beautiful kolams, the stunning ‘Dream Kolam’ spreads over 3,000 square feet, showcasing a magnificent, 20 feet tall peacock - an extravagant, vivid art piece infused with LED lights, made from fabric, foam and robust-coloured rice grains to create a stunning display. It showcases a unity of colours, representing good luck and prosperity. 



‘Dream Diwali’ invites Malaysians and visitors of all races, nationalities, religions and ages to converge for a feast of the senses in the heart of Bukit Bintang, with vivid decorations, stunning performances and fabulous shopping deals. A highlight is a peacock-themed exhibition at the Spanish Steps until 11 November, featuring a special curation of peacock-themed pieces found at the mall, ranging from fashion, jewellery, home decor, beauty products, services and more... 



The beautiful launch was also attended by Guest of Honour H.E. Shri Mridul Kumar, Indian High Commissioner to Malaysia; his wife Mrs. Sumita Goyal; Dato’ Haslina binti Abdul Hamid, Deputy Secretary General (Tourism), Ministry to Tourism, Arts & Culture; Karen Low, Head of Cards Malaysia, Maybank; accompanied by Philip Ho, CEO of Pavilion REIT; Kung Suan Ai, Director of Marketing, Pavilion Kuala Lumpur and senior management of Pavilion Kuala Lumpur.

VIP guests launched ‘Dream Diwali’ in a symbolic lighting of 3 Lampe Berges lamps, releasing the scent of sandalwood....




That act evoked a fully sensorial experience before being treated to a unique peacock-themed hair show by Miko and A Cut Above and some colourful peacock dance performances.



Maybank cardholders may redeem a limited edition peacock trinket box by spending a minimum of RM1,000 on a Maybank credit card. 


Maybank cardholders may also redeem an easy-vent Pyrex food container by spending a minimum of RM150 on a Maybank credit card, or RM250 for non-
Maybank cardholders; as well as redeem a 600ml Snapware eco grip glass bottle by spending a minimum of RM300 on a Maybank credit card, or RM500 for non-Maybank cardholders.


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