Friday, December 21, 2007

Christmas Trees in Shopping Centres

First World Hotel, the world's biggest hotel, had put up a Christmas tree for people to hang their wishes (for people who have bought some stuff above RM50, which I did).

This tall Christmas tree was found at Berjaya Times Square.

The Curve did a magnificent job too in conjunction with the festive season.

Pavilion, being the latest shopping centre, was not left behind with their white christmas decor.

One Utama did an astounding decor. Find it really different from the usual ones.

Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC) put up a gigantic Christmas tree right in the centre of the shopping centre.

Mid Valley's decor could be judged the best with the fairy tales' theme.

The Gurney Plaza in Penang tried to liven up the atmosphere by decorating with leafless wooden trees. Ran out of budget?

My own words "Where on earth did Queensbay Mall in Penang hire the interior decorator(s) from?"

Where did he/she learn that a Christmas tree is hung that way?? What was he/she trying to prove there? This is not creativity.
Tags: Christmas Tree, Christmas, Shopping Centre, First World Hotel, Berjaya Times Square, The Curve, Pavilion, One Utama, Kuala Lumpur City Centre, KLCC, Mid Valley, Gurney Plaza, Queensbay Mall, Interior Designer, Interior Decorator



Blogger 3POINT8 said...

I kinda like the last decor.

21 December, 2007 22:02  
Anonymous Me said...

Awwww. All the deco's are sooo pretty! Everyone is really getting better at this eh! Thanks for putting it up for those like me who can't be there and see it personally. =)

22 December, 2007 01:22  
Blogger bZbee said...

the last decor's rather unique...makes the place looks upside down..

22 December, 2007 01:38  
Blogger Huei said...

nice decorations! =D


24 December, 2007 10:49  

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