Alright, I’m not trying to make you guys puke with so many Chinese New Year Decorations posts but since we’ve just celebrated CNY a few days ago and I have about 2 posts left to do on CNY decorations of malls in Selangor/KL, I figure I should get this done and over with and maybe we can binge-read on other things after this yeah? Agree?
This time I’ll let you check out the CNY decorations at KLCC and decide yourself if it is any better than other mall decorations I’ve featured so far. I went to Kinokuniya KLCC to get a book on the eve of Chinese New Year and took the opportunity to snap some photos while I’m there. I hardly go to KLCC anymore, unless if there was something urgent that I have to do. I used to come here every weekend ten years ago. Now, all I can think of is getting stuck in traffic jam.
In my opinion, KLCC’s decorations are mediocre in comparison to some other malls I’ve featured. I thought the stage was very bare, I don’t know if they’ve placed something on the stage before or if it was meant for lion dance but maybe there should be something placed at the empty stage area when there’s no activity to be done there. I thought having only two giant lanterns above the center court is not very charming. They should either put more lanterns or put more dragons. I don’t know what exactly but just put more of something to keep it from looking too bare.
I wonder whose idea this decoration belongs to? I have a question about the dragon though, is it like, sitting on golden pearls or something? And why does it’s front legs go up like that? Make it look like it’s trying to stop the traffic. And the tail makes the dragon look more like a lizard instead. There is more than one thing about this decoration that seemed a little wrong.
Before my brothers and I left KLCC for our CNY Eve dinner, we went out of Suria towards the fountain area and found that there are no decorations outside KLCC at all. Sadly I do not feel the festive mood here. I wonder if other patrons think the same thing too. Maybe the influx of foreigners (from Bangladesh, Indonesia, Taiwan and others) here don’t deserve a good decoration.
Yeah, there were too many foreigners here and they look at you like they want to eat you. Eeek! I nearly kicked a Bangladeshi in the shin for staring at me like I’m his dinner or something.
Are you guys ready for the remaining 2 of my 2012 Chinese New Year Decorations posts?
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