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This Chinese New Year, Suria KLCC brings you extra ‘lucky’ rewards with e-Vouchers

In conjunction with the Year of the Water Rabbit, Suria KLCC is launching its much-awaited Shopping e-Vouchers (SKLCC e-Vouchers). Read on to find out what rewards you’re entitled to!

If you’ve taken a stroll around Suria KLCC recently, you’ll notice that the Centre Court has been magically transformed, intended to transport you straight into the streets of olden China. Take your time to admire the building structures erected to look like the aged wooden façades and upturned eaves that you would find in ancient architecture. Of course, not forgetting the masterpiece of the all the décor, Malaysia’s Biggest Rabbit Replica Made of Gold Coins, as certified by the Malaysia Book of Records 2023.

As you take in the enchanting view around you (and the ‘river’ full of realistic ‘koi fish’, where you can share your aspirations for the year), Suria KLCC encourages you to browse the vibrant bazaar with an array of offerings. Feeling like venturing outside the ancient Chinese town? No problem! To spread more cheer in this Year of the Rabbit, Suria KLCC is bringing you its very own Suria KLCC Shopping e-Vouchers. The first 200 shoppers who purchase RM1,000 (and above) worth of SKLCC e-Vouchers will also get an additional RM100 worth of e-Vouchers.

In the Centre Court, Suria KLCC encourages you to browse the vibrant bazaar with an array of offerings.

Time to make the most of the occasion! For more information and latest updates about the Chinese New Year festivities at Suria KLCC, visit its official website or follow Suria KLCC on Facebook.

(Photos by Suria KLCC)

This Chinese New Year, Suria KLCC brings you extra ‘lucky’ rewards with e-Vouchers

Puteri Yasmin Suraya

Brand & Partnerships Writer

Hailing from an English Literature & Creative Writing background, Yasmin has a deep love for fiction and poetry. When she’s not writing or café-hopping, she spends most of her time in the comfort of her own room binge-watching period romances, (badly) belting out show tunes, and curating Spotify playlists to match her mood for the week.

 
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