Chinese New Year 2020 Decorations To Catch In Hong Kong Shopping Malls
Pacific Place’s Garden Court is turned into a lantern festival this year, featuring 12 lanterns hanging from the ceiling and a towering lantern installation inspired by traditional Chinese lanterns and hot air balloons—a masterpiece crafted by local home decor brand, Lala Curio.
Stepping inside, you’ll find yourself surrounded by 88 (a lucky number that represents prosperity in Chinese culture) colourful lanterns, which resembles a Middle Eastern bazaar with an oriental twist, making it the perfect backdrop for an auspicious selfie.
Celebrating the lively character of Cuju, an ancient Chinese football game, the ifc mall is transformed into “The Courtyard of Harmony”, featuring lanterns, flying birds and fresh florals in the spirit of unity and festive blessings.
A figurative version of the traditional fortune walk, guests can stroll along the mini bridge and behold the surrounding blossoming red and pink kalanchoe and begonia roses to welcome good luck and health in the new year.
Don't leave without stopping by the “Snap-then-Chat” photo zone, where you can have fun taking selfies and add festive icons and messages to create your own WhatsApp stickers to send well wishes to your loved ones this Chinese New Year.
K11 Musea pulls out all the stops for Chinese New Year 2020, which marks the cultural-retail destination’s first celebration of the Chinese festival. To pay tribe to the disappearing craft of cheongsam (or qipao), an exhibition of meticulously selected exquisite vintage cheongsams and tailoring tools is held at the Experience Chamber to offer guests a glimpse of their bygone days.
Don’t miss out on the live demonstration by cheongsam tailor Yin Kou Zhang taking place every Saturday and try your hand at this rich and vibrant tradition at the hauniu (flower buttons) workshop afterwards.
See also: What To Expect In K11 Musea's Chinese New Year 2020 Line-Up