Sungei Wang Plaza has launched its annual thematic Mid Autumn Festival Celebration with the theme “A Thousand Lights, A Thousand Blessings”.
The highlight of the celebration would be its signature event “Sungei Wang Plaza Thousand Lanterns Parade”.
Complex manager Yuen May Chee said more than 500 lanterns would be given away before the parade commenced for shoppers.
“As we all know, lantern symbolises blessings or hopes and wishes in Chinese culture.
“Therefore we would like to use a thousand lights to represent a thousand hopes and blessings from our mall to our valuable shoppers,” she said.
The lantern parade will be flagged off on Sept 26 at 4pm from the main entrance, going around Sungei Wang Plaza, together with lion and dragon dance performances.
There will be no registration fees, therefore the mall is expecting at least a thousand participants from both local visitors and tourists at the Bukit Bintang vicinity.
The mall will also be decorated with thousands of colourful and vibrantly-lit lanterns to create a festive mood.
An interesting line-up of Mid-Autumn-related activities and events will be also held until Sept 27 at the stage and concourse level of the mall.
Some of the activities include Chinese cultural performances, 3D colouring workshop and a DIY lantern workshop.
To complete the celebratory ambience, there will be live performances organised by ONFM on Sept 26 from 2pm onwards at the mall concourse level.
Performers include, pH (pINK x Haoren), Ribbon, Zen, Athena, P-High, Amoi-Amoi and ONFM VJ’s
In addition, shoppers who spend a minimum RM80 in a single receipt from any of the mall outlets or RM30 in a single receipt from the Mid-Autumn Promotion Fair will be entitled to participate in the “Guess & Win” Contest by guessing the total number of lanterns in Sungei Wang Plaza.
The correct answer or the closest answer gets to win weekly prizes worth up to RM150.
Entry forms can be obtained from the Concierge located at LG Floor.
For details on the events, visit Sungei Wang Plaza Facebook at www.facebook.com/sungeiwangplaza.