As we count down to the end of the year, one particular holiday comes to mind: Christmas.
Most of us know Santa Claus as the white-bearded man who brings gifts to the homes of well-behaved children on the night of Christmas Eve or during the early morning hours of Christmas Day.
But what does he do in his spare time?
Here’s a little secret for you: Santa is actually obsessed with making origami ornaments and his favourite sport is ice hockey.
This wonderful Christmas season, head on over to Central I-City in Shah Alam, Selangor from now until January 3 next year to find out what you may not know about Saint Nick and be sure to take plenty of Instagram-worthy photos while taking a peek into his backyard.
With over-the-top Christmas décor, ornaments, presents and even a special appearance from Santa himself, it is a joyous event you won’t want to miss.
Still can’t find the perfect Christmas gift for your family and friends? Fret not as there’s still time for you to find that special gift for your loved ones at the Christmas-themed bazaar.
Besides the bazaar, there will be exciting carolling, busker performances and free fun-filled workshops for children and adults that will surely bring joy to all shoppers throughout the year-end celebration. And that’s not all.
Interested in learning more about origami? The mall is also partnering with the Malaysia Origami Association to organise an origami exhibition to showcase 5,000 handmade origami ornaments and promote the art of paper folding.
Those with a minimum spend of RM800 in multiple receipts will be able to redeem an exclusive Kiehl’s travel gift set (while stocks last) from now until January 3.
With the “Score like Santa” shop and win contest, every RM100 spent in multiple receipts will entitle you to one game of jolly hockey at Ground Floor, Central Annexe 2. The top 10 ranked players with the highest accumulative score throughout the campaign period will stand a chance to win a shopping spree of up to RM10,000 and cash vouchers.
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