Today is the last day of 2012 and after sharing all those X'mas decoration in KL, Selangor and Putrajaya, it is timely to showcase the annual X'mas trees at Sibu Town Square.
This year, secondary schools were given to express their creativity and although it is a pale shadow compare to previous years, the students still able to put up a respectable trees, considering the financial constraint faced by the schools.
Most of the materials used are from recyclable items such as plastic bottles. There are even some creative minds which try to use shuttlecocks and files to construct the trees.
The best part is I am able to spend my first Christmas and valuable time with my6 months ++son. Without a doubt, the best moment for me in 2012.
What Ialways like about 1 Utama's decoration is the management ability to "think outside the box". This is the only place I came across so far this year which do not use Christmas tree as part of their decoration.
They incorporate a lot of fun items such as snowman, cookies, candies, cakes, ice cream and even polar bear in their decoration located at the new wing.
The decoration at the old wing is a mirror image of those in the new wing except a slight variation and a more tone down version.
After been blogging about the X'mas decoration around the Klang Valley, it is time to showcase the decoration at my "home" for the last 3 years.
This year, Alamanda did a much better job in term of X'mas decoration compare to the previous year. I still remember the decoration was set up very late last year. This year, it is completely a different story as it was already been set up by end of November.
In term of its design, I really like the huge decoration hanging at the main concourse. It somehow amplify the festivity mood in the area where Christian is a minority here.
There is a huge stage been set up with a leather chair at the centre which is surrounded with packed gifts. I reckon that chair is meant for Santa.
This is probably the best X'mas decoration by the management since I came to Putrajaya in 2010.
The Gardens Mall always came out with a classy decoration when it comes to X'mas decoration and this year is no different.
Shoppers will able to experience a white Christmas where trees made of glass are placed along the Ground Floor with a sparky chandeliers and ornaments hanging above them.
It's worth to have a closer look at its glass Christmas trees as it is made of glass shoes and wine class. It's amazing how they are able to create such a beautiful decoration with those glass materials with the help of lighting effect.