Celebrate The Glow of Lights at Sungei Wang

Malaysia, being a multi-racial and multi-religious country is basically enriched with cultural diversity. We celebrate almost every festivals known in Malaysia and if you are a tourist visiting Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia right now, you might want to join in the fun and celebrate Deepavali.

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Deepavali, also known as the Festival of Lights among Hindhu believers is just around the corner and this year,Sungei Wang will be celebrating Deepavali from 13 October to 29 October 2017.

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Sungei Wang, a 40 years old shopping mall that is located in the heart of Golden Triangle in Kuala Lumpur is decorated with the one of a kind auspicious Kolam this in anticipation of Deepavali. With the theme “The Glow of Lights”, shoppers willbe amazed with the Glowing Kolam in city as Sungei Wang wishes to bring a ray of light into the lives of every individual.

Deepavali ‘Glow of Lights’ Celebration in Sungei Wang

Uploaded by K Network Media on 2017-10-13.

The Glowing Kolam was beautifully created using vibrant colored rice with the motif of peacock that symbolizes beauty, glory and refinement. Kolam is not just an aesthetic art but it symbolizes prosperity and happiness. With vibrant colors on the Kolam, it symbolizes the unity and harmony relationship of Malaysia s multicultural society n conjunction with Deepavali event on 15 October 2017. All shoppers are welcome to watch how the cute kids conquer the runway like professionals. Besides that, Ratu Sehari event will also be showcasing the beautiful bridal gowns this joyous Deepavali.To hype up the mood of Deepavali, shoppers wil alsol be treated to enjoy the exquisite traditional Indian dance and experience fun workshops on the 14 & 18 October 2017. During the weekends, shoppers can come and take photo with their talents dressed in Indian Costume and get a free Indian snack “Kacang Putih.

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Shoppers can also pamper themselves with Henna tattoo which will be available from 14 til 18 October 2017.

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Me and my henna tattoo. Pretty, don’t you think?

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To elevate the festive shopping mood, first 20 shoppers who spend a minimum of RM80 daily are entitled for a complimentary Henna hand painting from 14 till 18 October 2017. First 20 shoppers who spend a minimum of RM50 daily will also receive a free pack of Indian snack “Kacang Putih” from 19 till 29 October 2017.

For latest information about the events and promotions Sungei Wang kindly http://www.sungeiwang.com

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