Must see Christmas decorations in shopping malls around Kuala Lumpur //

With December and the end of the year booming, malls across the Klang Valley are slowly melding into festive spirits, despite what a turbulent year it is. While many of us might not be heading to our year-end mall for Christmas shopping this year, it is still cool to get a glimpse of the dazzling festive decorations. If you are planning to go to the mall, be sure to follow the SOP while you are out and about. List of malls that you will regret if you won't even visit KL during Christmas:

1. Pavilion Mall

People here have always become fans of the extraordinary Christmas decorations of the Pavilion Kuala Lumpur, from the magical Christmas tree featuring 1,000 Mikki statues in 2018 to its unique Star Wars-themed decorations in 2018 (featuring 30 million Millennium Falcon replicas!). This year, the star of the pavilion's Christmas decorations is a lavishly illuminated Golden Dior Tree of Life that will welcome you to the grand entrance of the mall (it is the third of its kind globally, with only 2 other cities - Tokyo and Taodi Is depicted in). A type of Christmas tree looks absolutely stunning against the night sky. The huge Christmas tree in the centre court looks really beautiful!

Address: Bukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur

Operating hours: 10 am to 10 pm

2. Sunway Pyramid

This year, the Sunway Pyramid brings the great Christmas market to life in its Blue Atrium. The theme for this decoration seems to be dropping German-Austrian market vibes as there are life-size German buildings that really set the scene as you are walking into a German city at Christmas time. Isn't the centrepiece of walking the Nutcrackers awesome? This is definitely a worthy shot for Chana '. Sunway Pyramid has lots of activities for customers and visitors to enjoy. There are games to play, food to eat and things to buy, a guarantee that it will be a festive day during your journey!

Address: No. 3, Level CP6, Blue Atrium, Jalan PJS 11/15, Bandar Sunway, 47500 Petaling Jaya, Selangor

Opening hours: Daily; 10 am-10 pm

3. Suria KLCC

Suria KLCC presents a European village, with Christmas trees this year, and a large Ferris wheel in its area. His main epilogue zone is so completely out of place that it looks like a Christmas wonderland! There are so many spots to take lots of photos that will not be one for the books! The theme of Suria KLCC for this year is a white Christmas and you can bet that you will have lots of snowmen around your mall. Also, the largest Christmas tree can be found at Suria KLCC and it is truly magnificent. Grab your friends and get your cameras ready as it is a visual stunner. According to Suria KLCC Mall, their tree in Malaysia is 100 feet high. In addition, this tree has 7,000 coloured baubles which are shiny and very beautiful! Also, because this tree is located externally and near the fountain area, you can bet that it is also decorated with lights so travel at night so that the tree can be seen with grandeur.

Address: 241, Suria KLCC, Kuala Lumpur City Centre, 50088 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur

Opening hours: Daily; 10 am-10 pm

4. KL East Mall

KL East Mall is the newest kid in the city, which officially opened its doors to the public just a few days ago! This sparkling new mall located near Taman Melvati has an amazing ice-rink as well as many amazing dining options along with popular retailers like MBO Cinema, Jaya Grover, Harvey Norman, Book Xcess, Nike, H&M. We heard that there is also a jungle gym and a climbing gym, with Camp 5 opening soon at the new place. The ice-themed Christmas decorations at KL East Mall have a frozen wonderland vibe! You can download the KL East Mall app to get the RM20 digital voucher that can be used on your first trip! In addition, the mall offers complimentary parking in conjunction with its opening until February next year.

Address: 823, Jalan Lingkaran Tengah 2, KL Timur, 53100 Kuala Lumpur

5. MidValley Megamall

Adorable hot air balloons and beautifully decorated Christmas tree, MidValley's Christmas decorations for the 2020 Valley "Bring Christmas Home" aims to bring out the apathy of stepping into your childhood home. Although the decoration of the mall is not as extraordinary as in previous years, we still find it super cute, and it still contains a handful of photo spots, such as London-inspired telephone boxes and an adorable tourist van, That you can pose for.

Address: Lingkaran Syed Putra, Mid Valley City, 59200 Kuala Lumpur

Operating hours: 10 am to 10 pm

6. Berjaya Times Square

Berjaya backs up the signature Christmas Tree of Times Square with their iconic discos such as red and silver baubles and bright lights. The mall has always been a popular venue for Christmas shopping at the end of the year (with Christmas songs on the bang!), And when it was sad to learn that it was going to be a quiet Christmas this time, we were back once Can't wait the chaos is over.

Address: Berjaya Times Square, No. 1, Jalan Imbi, Imbi, 55100 Kuala Lumpur

Operating hours: 10 am to 10 pm