Apr 16, 2022

Suria KLCC celebrates Raya at Atuk’s Orchard, Kuala Lumpur

Suria KLCC Group presents the glittering spirit of Hari Raya to celebrate the joy of Syawal....

Suria KLCC launched its mega Hari Raya Aidilfitri campaign and unveiled Malaysia’s Biggest Lampu Pelita Replica at the Esplanade KLCC, with the centrepiece designed to invoke the spirit and joy of Ramadhan and Syawal, an occasion that has not been celebrated on a huge scale for the past two years due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.

Present at the launch included the Director General of Tourism Malaysia, YBhg. Dato’ Haji Zainuddin Abdul Wahab as well as the management of Suria KLCC Sdn. Bhd., Encik Md Shah, Chairman; Francis Tan, Chief Operating Officer and Ameer Thajudeen, General Manager.

“Malaysia’s Biggest Lampu Pelita Replica, is recognised by the Malaysia Book of Records 2022 – measuring 17 metre in height and 12 metre in width, to enliven the atmosphere in the city for Ramadan and Syawal.
 
As the mall rolls out its attractions for the Hari Raya Aidilfitri campaign that runs until 8 May, guests were shown Suria KLCC’s Hari Raya theme which is “Raya at Atuk’s Orchard”, where shoppers and visitors alike will experience the festive celebration in a kampung house in an orchard setting.

A traditional rumah kampung which has been inspired by ‘Rumah Melayu Melaka’ stands vibrant with multicoloured motifs in the Centre Court, surrounded by lush fruit trees that are all strung with colourful festive lights and ‘lampu pelita’ (traditional oil lamps).

The surrounding of the orchard is equipped with a ‘pangkin’ (wooden hut) where families can enjoy their photo opportunity within a nostalgic backdrop, complete with a Proton Saga parked at the Centre Court, bringing back memories of travelling in Atuk’s car. In addition, traditional childhood activities such as ‘teng teng’ (hopscotch) and ‘congkak’ will be displayed at the Centre Court during the campaign period.

More photo opportunities can be found at Level 1, Ramlee Mall with a mini- installation of Atuk’s Orchard.

Shoppers will also be rewarded when they spend RM1,500 or more in 2 receipts at any specialty store from now until May 1. They will receive RM100 worth of Suria KLCC shopping vouchers and a set of Suria KLCC Raya packets.

Elsewhere, fun activities at the mall include photo booths, with shoppers being able to experience a joyful family time by taking their “Family Portrait” photos with complimentary photo print-out and e- copy to encourage uploads on social media. There will also be cultural dance performances to complete the festive mood.

To further enliven the gaiety of Ramadhan, ten days before Hari Raya, or beginning 23 April, ‘kurma’ (dates) will be placed at the Concierge Counter as a treat for those who have been fasting for the day.

During the celebrations, Suria KLCC will carry on with its act of corporate social responsibility by continuing to financially support the Mental Health Awareness programme through funds generated from the ongoing ribbon pin sales that began in 2021. Shoppers are encouraged to support the cause by purchasing the pin at RM10 per piece, available at Suria KLCC’s Concierge. All proceeds will be channelled to RELATE Malaysia.

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