Get in the spirit of Mid-Autumn with a visit to the city centre’s largest mooncake bazaar!
September marks another major month of celebration in Malaysia, one of the occasions being the Mid-Autumn Festival celebrated by the Chinese.
For the first time, Pavilion Kuala Lumpur has launched its first mooncake bazaar to coincide with the Japanese Jugoya Festival honouring the autumn moon, held at the mall’s Tokyo Street precinct from now till 27 September. Dubbed the largest mooncake to be held in the city centre, both mooncake lovers and tourists will be thrilled to savour and shop for an assortment of mooncakes from 19 premium food & beverage brands and hotels in KL.
The launch saw a performance by the Chinese Goddess of the moon, ‘Chang’e’, followed by a tour of the bazaar in which media and guests got to sample the mooncakes paired with tea. Among the participating brands include GODIVA, Komugi, TWG Tea, Moo Cow and New Shanghai.
In line with the festival, shoppers who spend RM300 at specialty stores will receive a complimentary mooncake, while Citi Visa cards need only spend RM150 to receive the treat. There will also be lantern-making workshops every weekend at Tokyo Street for the young ones.
Visit pavilion-kl.com for more information.