ENJOY a celebration of culture, tradition and festive delights this Hari Raya Aidilfitri at Pavilion REIT Malls.
Get in the mood with stunning decorations, cultural delights and of course, plenty of festive shopping.
Soak in the festivities with the Riang Riuh Raya celebrations at Pavilion Kuala Lumpur, immerse in the beauty of traditional Malaysian kites at Intermark Mall with Wau Raya, and celebrate Aidilfitri together at Da Men USJ's Muhibbah Mesra Raya.
"Malaysians come to shopping malls during the festive season to admire the grand decorations, get in the festive mood and treat themselves to dining and shopping, " said Pavilion REIT Malls CEO of Retail, Datuk Joyce Yap.
"As Pavilion REIT Malls continue to create festive campaigns to delight visitors, we hope our Hari Raya celebrations will also bring appreciation, optimism and positivity by shining the light on our rich cultural heritage.
"I wish all Muslims Selamat Berpuasa and Selamat Hari Raya. May this season of forgiveness bring peace and illuminate your life with joy, " said Yap.
Pavilion Kuala Lumpur
Malaysia's premier shopping destination presents Riang Riuh Raya – a celebration of Malaysia's heritage, culture and traditions.
The mall's decorations are inspired by the floral motifs of batik and the vibrant colours of mosaic design, with the centre court showcasing a vibrant festive garden with floral blossoms and traditional lamps.
Overhead, bold coloured fabric and twinkling lights add vibrance and colour in an ode to Malaysian craft and heritage.
Pavilion KL is proud to partner with the Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry to support the ministry's buy Malaysian products campaign by presenting the Malaysian Marketplace at the centre court for local entrepreneurs to sell their products.
Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Minister Datuk Seri Alexander Nanta Linggi launched Riang Riuh Raya and Malaysian Marketplace together with KLP Sdn Bhd advisor Datuk Abdul Wahab Khalil. Pavilion Kuala Lumpur's decorations are inspired by the floral motifs of batik and the vibrant colours of mosaic design, with the centre court showcasing a vibrant festive garden with floral blossoms and traditional lamps.
Present at the launch were Deputy Minister Datuk Rosol Wahid, ministry secretary-general Datuk Seri Hasnol Zam Zam Ahmad and deputy secretary-general Dr Alauddin Sidal.
Alexander was given a tour of the Malaysian Marketplace where he was presented with a variety of merchandise on offer – including fashionable batik, delectable Raya goodies, beautiful handicrafts and other locally made products at stalls by Arfa Batik, Masterpiece by Masrina Abdullah & Batek by Rasta, Zaahara, Asma Batik, Little Fanna, Borneo Essential, Jeiwa, Swag, Myziff, Yusa Food, Dalucia and Hana Medic.
As part of Riang Riuh Raya, look out also for the pop-up booth by Spritzer The Original Rainforest Water at the main entrance.
From now till May 23, Spritzer will be educating shoppers on the importance of recycling and preserving Malaysia's pristine rainforest and water sources. Shoppers may redeem free Spritzer Natural Mineral Water and Acilis by Spritzer, and recycle the empty bottles at Spritzer's recycling machine. To mark Earth Day, shoppers can check out Spritzer's sustainability initiative at their booth.
Be rewarded when you shop this Hari Raya. With a minimum spend of RM150 or RM100 with Maybank credit or charge cards, shoppers will receive exclusive Pavilion KL Raya packets for free.
Complimentary RM20 vouchers are available with a minimum spend of RM250; RM50 vouchers with a minimum spend of RM1,000; and RM300 vouchers for RM3,000 spent in a single receipt at retail or dining outlets.
With Maybank as Pavilion KL's official banking partner, cardholders will receive a complimentary Solecasa teapot with a minimum spend of RM500 or a free Corningware covered casserole dish (1.25 litres) with a minimum spend of RM800 in a single receipt at retail stores and F&B outlets.
Immerse yourself in the beauty of one of Malaysia's national symbols – the wau, an intricately designed Malaysian kite, at Intermark Mall.
Woven with rich Malaysian tradition, cultural heritage and delightful masterpieces, be wau-ed at Wau Raya from now till May 23.
Intermark Mall collaborated with award-winning wau-maker Razi Said to display his craft. This rare and stunning display showcases the rich heritage and tradition of the wau.
Discover Razi's enduring fascination with the wau and his colourful creations, brought to life with intricate floral patterns that took him approximately 3,200 hours to complete. Intermark Mall displays Razi Said's creative wau designs, a showcase of the beauty of one of Malaysia's national symbols.
Razi will also be conducting wau-making demonstrations every Saturday at 2pm from now till May 15 for shoppers to learn more about Malaysia's ancient art form.
Stock up on your Raya goodies at Jaya Grocer's Raya Delectables Fair, held at the concourse floor from now till May 23. From festive treats, hampers, imported dates to chocolates, shoppers will be able to get all their favourite snacks just in time for Raya gifting.
Shoppers who spend RM500 and above in two accumulated receipts may redeem a Pyrex gift, RM50 dining cash vouchers and an exclusive set of Intermark Mall Hari Raya packets. Shoppers who spend RM300 and above in two combined receipts mall-wide may purchase a Bacarat headscarf at RM50 (normal price RM139). Those who spend RM200 and above in a single receipt mall-wide from May 3 to May 9 may redeem a complimentary Grandmama's RM10 cash voucher.
Da Men USJ
Da Men USJ celebrates Muhibbah Mesra Raya, an unforgettable festive celebration with decorations inspired by the beauty of Malaysia's traditional woven anyaman art – symbolising the beauty and tight-knit nature of our multicultural society.
For Raya essentials, shoppers can head over to Da Men's Muhibbah Mesra Market, located at the lower ground floor featuring decorations, handicrafts, kuih-muih and delicious snacks.
Don't forget to stop and enjoy the music, with buskers playing festive tunes every Friday, Saturday and Sunday (noon to 3pm) and (4pm to 7pm). Da Men USJ's Muhibbah Mesra Raya decorations are inspired by the beauty of Malaysia's traditional woven anyaman art.
With a minimum spend of RM180 in a maximum of two combined receipts mall-wide, shoppers stand a chance to win exclusive woven handicraft, merchandise and cash vouchers in a lucky pick (maximum two picks per shopper per day; minimum spend at Jaya Grocer is RM280).
Shoppers will also be entitled to purchase a Faber stainless steel slow cooker at RM70 (normal price RM109), a Faber electric kettle jug at RM90 (normal price RM169) or a Nextgen hand sanitiser spray at RM1 (normal price RM19.90) with a minimum spend of RM80 in a single receipt mall-wide.
The first 1,000 shoppers also get the chance to experience a Turkish cultural photo session. With a minimum spend of RM180 mall-wide, shoppers will get a free 15-minute photo session in traditional Turkish costumes at Blue Eyes, along with a RM20 discount with any RM100 spent in-store.
This Hari Raya Aidilfitri, Fahrenheit88 presents Rimbunan Raya – a celebration set under a canopy of lights and towering palm trees at the atrium on the ground floor.
A dazzling Ramadan bazaar welcomes shoppers with enticing traditional souvenirs and an array of assorted delights from now until May 31.
Fahrenheit88 is proud to partner with Belokal to present the Sama-sama Raya bazaar featuring 20 booths showcasing all kinds of artisanal merchandise, including sustainable and upcycled fashion articles, handmade accessories, handcrafted candles, masks and bookmarks, designer tote bags, handmade soap, handmade footwear and bags. Fahrenheit88 presents Rimbunan Raya – a celebration set under a canopy of lights and towering palm trees at the atrium on the ground floor.
Make your way to the second floor where the Kriup Kriup Kuih bazaar presents an array of cookies and snacks from local home bakers.
Shoppers looking for unique Hari Raya gifts will find the most comprehensive collection of gift ideas within Fahrenheit88. Celebrate the season with festive deals at Afternoon, Aldo, Bookxcess, The Body Shop, Carlo Rino, Celebrity Fitness, Curiosity, Eye Tech, Feith, Leather Avenue, Mr DIY, Pandora and Skechers.To thank shoppers, Fahrenheit88 is delighted to return the love with Lucky Raya Rewards, from now until May 31. Shoppers can just spend a minimum of RM100 in a single receipt to redeem a reward (limited to two redemptions per shopper per day).
Shoppers may purchase assorted Fahrenheit88 special Raya cookies at only RM1 with a minimum spend of RM150 in a single receipt (limited to one purchase per shopper per day, while stocks last).
All redemptions can be made at Fahrenheit88's second floor.
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