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Nazmi Azrymi
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Celebrating Malaysia’s multi-cultural heritage this Chinese New Year with festivities and activities at Malaysia airports

In the spirit of Chinese New Year this January 2020, Malaysia Airports has launched a festive campaign where visitors and passengers at the KLIA Main Terminal of KL International Airport can join in the fun with dragon and lion dances, drum performances, oranges, lou sang, and much joy, prosperity and happiness.

On 17 January 2020, Malaysia Airports Acting Chief Executive Officer Dato’ Mohd Shukrie Mohd Salleh, led senior management staff in the traditional tossing of the lou sang - a dish of shredded vegetables and fish - to symbolise prosperity and success for the year, before distributing special festive goodies and mandarin oranges to visitors to passengers. Meanwhile, an award-winning dragon and lion dance performance entertained those lucky enough to be at the right place at the right time during the launch.

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‘Lou Sang’ - a trademark tradition when it comes to the Chinese New Year celebration in Malaysia.

The campaign, inspired by a “Floating Garden” theme, centres around the koi fish to symbolise luck and prosperity. The design and decoration incorporates both traditional and modern elements, with an Augmented Reality feature introduced this year in the shape of a virtual greeting card where visitors can snap a selfie with the God of Prosperity and send it to loved ones.

Passengers travelling through both terminals, KLIA Main and klia2 will be able to experience exciting festive activities and performances lined up until 9 February 2020.

imgDistribution of goodies and mandarin oranges to passengers.

imgA drum performance showcasing the best of Chinese culture.

Meanwhile, visitors and passengers going through the Langkawi, Penang, Kota Kinabalu and Kuching airports will also get a chance to enjoy lion dance performances and a special appearance by the “God of Prosperity” on 1 and 2 February.

imgSmile! “Instagrammable” selfies with children wearing Chinese traditional outfits.

At the same time, an ongoing “Count, Share, and Win” contest is still running throughout the duration of the campaign. Participating in the contest entails counting and determining the exact number of koi fish stickers located around the airport’s main terminal, with a GoPro Hero 7 and a Fossil Gen 5 Smart Watch up for grabs for the winner.

During this campaign, Malaysia Airports will also reward travelers and airport patrons who shop at its international airports in Malaysia. Spend a minimum of RM288 at any of our retail and F&B outlets at our international airports to redeem one pack of Malaysia Airports limited edition Ang Pow packets or two packs of Ang Pow packets for UnionPay cardholders with a minimum spend of RM188 in a single receipt. To redeem even more exclusive premium Ang Pow packets, encased in a luxurious velvet box, shoppers only need to spend a minimum of RM2888 or RM2388 for UnionPay cardholders in a single receipt.

Meanwhile, shoppers who spend a minimum of RM3388 by using UnionPay card or RM3888 via other payment services in a single receipt at the KL International Airports, may also redeem a limited-edition Royal Selangor Bespoke Koi Fish Pewter Charm, which is exclusively made available during this campaign. The charm is limited to 2,000 pieces. 

 

For more information on the exciting activities that are in store this Chinese New Year at our airports, visit www.malaysiaairports.com.my

For more information, visit www.malaysiaairports.com.my.

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