Vibrant spirit of Mid-Autumn Festival fills the air in KL mall

Feast your eyes on more than 2,000 colourful hanging lanterns at Pavilion Kuala Lumpur’s centre court.

PAVILION Kuala Lumpur is celebrating Malaysia Day and the Mid-Autumn Festival until Oct 1.

Visitors can feast their eyes on over 2,000 colourful hanging lanterns at its centre court.

Brightly-lit fish and flower decor also line the Spanish Steps, encapsulating the beauty and bounty of mid-autumn.

Stepping into the Mooncake Fair at the centre court, one will discover seasonal delicacies showcased by 20 top hotels and restaurants, from evergreen favourites to halal mooncakes, durian creations to chocolate-filled goodies, all artfully packaged to create the perfect gift.

Look out for lanterns to brighten any night and discover teas to sip as you admire the moon.

Included in the line-up is Hang Heung Cake Shop, a century-old Chinese bakery from Hong Kong known for its superior quality and unique pastries.

Do try their signature Wife Cake, also known as sweetheart cake, a Cantonese pastry with a thin crust and a filling of handmade winter melon paste.

Events this month at the centre court include a Lantern Symphony Opening Drum Performance on Sept 26 and 27 at 2pm and 5pm, traditional skills demonstration such as the art of making mooncakes by Grand Imperial on Sept 26 and 27 at 4pm and Chinese watercolour painting until Sept 27 from 2pm to 6pm, besides song and dance performances.

Bring family and friends for an exclusive Lantern Parade on Sept 26, by registering at where the first 200 to register will have the opportunity to take part in the Lantern Parade.

The first 1,000 to register will each receive a complimentary lantern.

Also take home a pair of lily fish with a minimum spend of RM200 at the Mooncake Fair or RM250 in a single receipt at any speciality stores.

For a higher spend of RM1,500 or more in a single receipt at any speciality store, shoppers will be rewarded with a gift comprising a Bodum Travel Mug and mooncakes.

Foodies can sink their teeth into international gourmet and local cuisine via Pavilion KL’s Journey of Taste showcasing over 30 cuisines.

Themed Signatures by Destination, it promises the best dining experiences complemented by great treats and rewards.

Maybank credit and charge card holders also stand a chance to receive a Bodum travel mug with a minimum spend of RM250 in a single receipt at food-and-beverage outlets or RM500 in a single receipt at any speciality stores mall-wide.

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