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Chinese New Year Celebration at Ipoh Parade

With the theme “Prosperity Garden”, Ipoh Parade Mall has been decked out completely in red to welcome another auspicious Chinese New Year.

Ipoh Parade Chinese New Year
1. dragon dance at the launch of the Chinese New Year celebration at Ipoh Parade

As we usher in the Year of the Fire Monkey, shoppers have the opportunity to get up close and personal with an array of cheeky monkey characters; among them are the Prosperity Monkey, Longevity Monkey, Harmony Monkey, Fortune Monkey and Happy Monkey.

Each of these monkeys is believed to bless a person with good luck, health, wealth, prosperity and a year of abundance.

Ipoh Parade Chinese New Year
2. lion dance

As with past years, this festive season will see a host of exciting performances lined up to entertain shoppers. Look out for the jaw-dropping China Acrobatic Show, Shaolin Kung Fu Performance, Southern & Northern Acrobatic Lion & Dragon Dance, 24 Seasons Drum and also Rhythmic Latin Dance.

Ipoh Parade Chinese New Year
3. Chinese New Year decoration at Ipoh Parade

The Chinese New Year Street Fair on the ground floor of the mall is a major attraction this season. Vendors here sell an extensive variety of Chinese New Year goodies, including festive delicacies, gift hampers and even clothes.

Ipoh Parade Chinese New Year
4. Chinese New Year Street Fair

Part of the street fair is Jaya Grocer Fair by the newest tenant at the mall, Jaya Grocer. Opened on January 30, shoppers can enjoy promotions on selected items such as Mandarin oranges, gift hampers and festive cookies.

Ipoh Parade Chinese New Year
5. Jaya Grocer Fair

The good news is that shoppers who spend RM128 and above at any outlet within the mall stand a chance to redeem an exclusive Chinese New Year ang pow purse for FREE!

These intricate red ang pow purses come in four different designs: Prosperity, Harmony, Longevity and Fortune. They are available for redemption at the Information Counter from now until February 14. Collect all four designs for an all-round blessing!

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13 thoughts on “Chinese New Year Celebration at Ipoh Parade

  1. Sherry,

    There are a lot of different things now at the mall, compared to when you were last here. You must visit again when you are in Ipoh.

  2. This definitely looks like a very thrilling event with both the dragon dance and northern lion dance.. The decorations look pretty neat too.. Thank for sharing so we can get an idea what is on the other side..m hehehe

  3. The mall is full of cute decorations and is great that they have all these traditional activities.

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