Christmas at Suria KLCC, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

It’s the most wonderful time of the year… I can never get enough admiring gorgeous Christmas decorations all around the malls and more every time Christmas comes around…

Yours truly was invited to Suria KLCC to witness their Christmas launch and the lighting up of Malaysia’s tallest Christmas tree… and the feeling was of glee..

Don’t blame me, but then again I have always been a kid at heart who loves reveling in the moment and Christmas is a wonderful time to revel in with the joy and merriment in the air…

This year, Suria KLCC’s theme is Santa’s Village, where a cluster of small cottages, shops and artisanal buildings inspired by Northern European buildings has taken over the Suria KLCC centre court along with Santa and his reindeer sleigh and his workshop full of toys…

Then here is the awe inspiring 32 metre /100 feet tall Christmas tree that is majestically gracing the KLCC Esplanade. We were some of the lucky ones that got to see it lighted up this year…

This tree has been recognized in the Malaysia Book of Records as the Tallest Christmas Tree in Malaysia in 2014 and 2015 and is a gift from Suria KLCC to all their shoppers and visitors… it will be at the KLCC Esplanade until 3rd January 2017, magnificently adorned with 2500 baubles, 3714 garland leaves, 40000 LED bulbs and 319 pieces of star shaped LED lights and weighs a whooping 41,698 kg… it took several workers, a crane and 6 days to assemble it..

For their Christmas CSR, Suria KLCC and sister mall Alamanda has pledged to raise funds for ANGSANAcare to give back to the community . ANGSANAcare is a fully registered non-profit Malaysian organization created as a support service to palliative care for underpriviledged paediatric patients and their families in government hospitals in Malaysia.

Andrew Brien, Executive Director / CEO of Suria KLCC says that their aim is to raise RM10,000 through the sales of gift boxes from 26th November to 26th December.

Shoppers and visitors can do their part in making a difference for these sick kids in the hospital, who are living with fear, stress and uncertainty by buying a gift box for just a RM10 donation, you can then write down your name on the gift box and place it at the Christmas art installation decoration on ground floor Park Mall entrance. 100 percent of these proceeds will be channeled to ANGSANAcare…

Since it is the season of giving, Suria KLCC will be rewarding shoppers with gifts for purchases made between 25 November 2016 and 3 January 2017. For those who spend more then RM650 and above in a single receipt will get an exclusive teapot set, while if you are a big spender and have spend more then RM3000 in a single receipt, say maybe on that LV bag or Gucci dress….. you can then receive an Innisfree Jeju Lava Seawater set…

Do not miss out on the dazzling Christmas performances throughout this period… there will be classic and contemporary Christmas caroling, Christmas themed ballet dances, Highland pipes and drums, Korean Community Group choir, hip hop, modern and jazz dance and children string ensemble…. of course, not to forget the meet and greet sessions with Santa Claus and err…. his daughter, Miss Claus….

Don’t miss out on a special performance by the Malaysia Youth Philharmonic Orchestra which will be on 11th December at 8pm

OK, enough said..if you still need more info, check out or better still, just go there yourself.. heheh

Address –  Jalan Ampang, 50088 Kuala Lumpur


2 thoughts on “Christmas at Suria KLCC, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

  1. Looks like I understand why this year’s CF event is not held at KLCC. Really need to have a visit here so that I can give a gift for the unwell kids and hope they will be more strong to face with their enemy ❤


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