Jan
22
2013

1 Utama’s Chinese New Year decor

This year, we’ve been preoccupied with AngPow lantern making sessions that we don’t have much time to mall hop to check out their beautiful decor. 

We finally stepped foot in 1 Utama today to check out their ‘Golden Street’. 

One Utama's Chinese New Year decoration

The entire Centre Court has been converted into a China Town (actually the streets of Hong Kong)

Chinese New Year 1 Utama decor

Can you believe that this is actually in a mall? 

Chinese New Year One Utama decor

Look at those peanut tins.. 

1 Utama Chinese New Year decor

Complete with traffic light and all, it’s hustling and bustling right here in 1 Utama!

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    Of all these years, 1 Utama never disappoint me with their Chinese New Year decoration & events.

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    Merryn Reply:

    1 Utama generally fares well throughout any festival but I remember once or twice I was disapointed.

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    James Ooi Reply:

    Ya, I guess you wrote before you were like disappointed with the Underwater Christmas deco in 2011, and was almost disappointed with the same underwater theme of last year’s CNY, until they put up a dragon there ;)

    Well, of all the CNY deco throughout these years, my most favorite is still the 2010 “Celebrating Paws-perity” featuring the Maneki Neko Lucky Cats!

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    Merryn Reply:

    Oops! Whoa you remember!

    I love the Lucky Cats too and yes, the dragon was a surprise! I was too early to judge :P

    As for Xmas, I remember the gigantic Toy Soldier many years ago. That was pretty awesome!

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    wow! so beautiful! I never been to kl during Cny, so no chance to witness all these nice decors.

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    Merryn Reply:

    You don’t have to be here during CNY, you can come BEFORE CNY :P

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    A simple CNY decorations..

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    The past 2 weeks was still empty and now it becomes a hustle and bustle city filled with Tong Tong Chiang mood.

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    Ahhhh!!! This is nice! Much nicer than Tokyo Street. If only I could drop by…

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    I not yet got time to walk around the ‘china’ street.. :)

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    James Ooi Reply:

    actually its modeled after the streets in Hong Kong.

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    prince n princess mum Reply:

    Hong Kong street in Malaysia..

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    Love the old street feel!

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    Very authentic china town feel….Love this. Hope I can go to visit this at KL soon!

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    Impressive! It’s like walking down Chinatown! I want to get the CNY-feel in KL, too!

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    Now this is something worth visiting just for the decor! :O So niceeeee. At least no more same red tanglungs and blooming flowers like other malls did hehe

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    resembled Hong Kong’s street scene :)

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