Say Hello! London right here in Penang


The beautiful Hello! London scene at Gurney Plaza’s Central Atrium adds magic to the year end festivities.

CHRISTMAS and New Year celebrations have always been among the most anticipated events at Gurney Plaza each year.

Despite the current pandemic, it is no different this year as the mall in Penang has created an ambience of festivity for all shoppers who come by to shop for gifts or prepare a wholesome feast for loved ones and close friends.

With many unable to travel abroad during what’s normally regarded as the most wonderful time of the year, Gurney Plaza has instead brought London right into its heart.

Say Hello! London this holiday season be warmly welcomed by a gigantic 40ft tall Christmas tree decked out in red ribbons and glistening rights at the Centre Atrium.

The centerpiece 40ft tall Christmas tree looks splendid with red ribbons and gold ornaments.The centerpiece 40ft tall Christmas tree looks splendid with red ribbons and gold ornaments.

The vibrant English capital city is one of the most magical places in the world to be during Christmas, and shoppers will definitely feel its charms right here in Penang.

Plentiful photo opportunities await with iconic London elements like the red telephone box, underground station signage and double-decker bus. Look out for the giant gift boxes and cute toy soldiers too.

London’s iconic double decker buses and underground station signages are recreated for the festive display.London’s iconic double decker buses and underground station signages are recreated for the festive display.

Feel the festive cheer radiating from facades of joyfully-decorated homes, pubs, restaurants and boutiques - inspired by those along Portobello Road in the affluent Notting Hill district of West London, located in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea.

A cheerfully decorated row of homes is part of the beautiful set up.A cheerfully decorated row of homes is part of the beautiful set up.

Enlivening the experience further will be magical Christmas Light Shows, on from 6pm to 9pm daily starting today (Dec 11) until Jan 3 next year. Be amazed as the area is illuminated by moving light projections. This little London town is coming to life!

The management reminds all to stay mindful of prevalent Covid-19 precautionary measures and comply with all guidelines mandated by Malaysian authorities. The safety and well-being of shoppers, tenants and employees alike remains a top priority.

In practicing the new normal, face masks are an essential. Check out the double-decker bus where Iconic Medicare offers limited edition face masks with attractive Christmas designs.

Ample photo opportunities await at Gurney Plaza’s Hello! London display with icons like the double decker bus and red telephone box joining the centrepiece 40ft tall Christmas tree.Ample photo opportunities await at Gurney Plaza’s Hello! London display with icons like the double decker bus and red telephone box joining the centrepiece 40ft tall Christmas tree.

Furthermore, in celebrating the season of giving, shoppers can also expect various perks and attractive branded gifts for redemptions. F&B voucher giveaways, a Shop and Win contest and more have also been lined up throughout the month of December.

Starting tomorrow (Dec 12), the mall is giving away up to 120 prizes every week. Spend a minimum of RM500 in two combined same day receipts and you stand a chance of walking away with an attractive prize. Valid only whilst stocks last.

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