Pavilion Mall once outperform itself again against other shopping complexes around the Bukit Bintang area. Themed "Petals of spring, drumming with prosperity", the management launched its Chinese New Year campaign with great festivity and celebration
Cherry blossom trees outside the mall. There is nothing new and fresh here as it was exactly the same concept as last year.
After entering the main entrance, shoppers will able to notice the Oriental lion head gallery which featuring the second largest lion head displayed in Malaysia, standing at 2m tall and 2.7m wide.
Drums are placed around the lion's head. Each drum signify certain wishes such as prosperity, wealth, peace and health. Shoppers are welcome to beat the drums as a way to usher in good fortune, health, happiness and peace.
The main concourse is literally covered with red colour as a result of the various size Chinese lanterns and red carpet. I think the management kind of "recycle" the giant red lanterns used here at main concourse.