Gurney Plaza : 2024 Hari Raya Festive Display

Gurney Plaza Shopping Mall transforms into a breathtaking celebration of Hari Raya with its enchanting Bunga Raya theme. The central atrium of the mall transformed into a traditional Raya festivity scene, adorned with various Raya-themed decorations along with giant hibiscus flowers.

Visitors are immersed in the beauty of Bunga Raya, symbolizing unity and prosperity, as they wander through the adorned area, celebrating the joyous spirit of Hari Raya in a truly Malaysian fashion.

Hari Raya Aidilfitri in Malaysia is a joyous and festive occasion marking the end of Ramadan, the Islamic holy month of fasting.

Queensbay Mall : 2024 Hari Raya Festive Display


Queensbay Mall’s Hari Raya Festival decoration exudes a vibrant and festive atmosphere, immersing visitors in the spirit of the Eid al-Fitr celebration. The mall is adorned with colorful and intricate traditional Malay motifs, including vibrant ketupats (rice dumplings), twinkling traditional pelita oil lamps, and ornate Islamic patterns.

Visitors can stroll through the mall’s corridors and enjoy the festive ambiance while shopping for Eid essentials. The overall decor creates a captivating environment that celebrates the joy and cultural richness of the Hari Raya festival.

Penang’s Cherry Blossom (Tecoma) in 2024


The Penang Tecoma tree bursts into a vibrant display of pink blooms, adorning its branches with clusters of trumpet-shaped flowers. Its radiant blossoms contrast against the lush green foliage, creating a breathtaking spectacle that epitomizes the beauty of tropical landscapes.

The Penang Tecoma tree only blooms when conditions are just right, typically during periods of ample sunlight and warmth, adding an element of anticipation and excitement to its breathtaking floral display.

Penang’s Kek Lok Si CNY Lightings in 2024

Kek Lok Si Temple in Penang is one of the largest and most famous Buddhist temples in Southeast Asia. It’s particularly renowned for its striking architecture, blending elements of Chinese, Thai, and Burmese styles. The temple complex also houses a towering seven-story pagoda, known as the Pagoda of Ten Thousand Buddhas, which offers panoramic views of the surrounding area. Additionally, Kek Lok Si is home to a massive bronze statue of the Goddess of Mercy, Kuan Yin, standing at a height of 30 meters (nearly 100 feet), making it one of the tallest of its kind in the world.

2024 Chinese New Year Fire Watching Festival at Penang Snake Temple

The annual fire-watching festival was held at the Penang Snake Temple during the 6th lunar day of the Chinese New Year this year (which was 14 February 2024). There were also various cultural performances held alongside the fire-watching ceremony, including a traditional puppet show, lion dance and fireworks.

Legend has it that the temple, dedicated to the deity Chor Soo Kong, was inhabited by venomous pit vipers centuries ago. According to folklore, these serpents, believed to be guardians of the temple, emerged from the nearby jungle and took refuge within its walls.

Queensbay Mall : 2024 Chinese New Year Festive Display

Step into a realm of joy and elegance at Queensbay Mall in Penang, where the Chinese New Year festivities come alive in a spectacular showcase. Welcoming the Year of the Dragon, the mall is adorned with a breathtaking display of traditional Chinese New Year decorations. The central atrium of the mall is decorated with ornate lanterns, auspicious symbols, and golden themed pavilion. Queensbay Mall’s celebration not only embraces the festive spirit but also pays homage to the ancient Chinese architectural aesthetics, transporting visitors to a bygone era. The intricate details of the decorations echo the grandeur of traditional structures, creating a harmonious blend of cultural richness and contemporary celebration.

Design Village Penang: 2024 Chinese New Year Festive Display

Design Village in Penang celebrating Chinese New Year with a stunning display of traditional decorations. Embracing the Year of the Dragon, the vibrant red lanterns and intricate ornaments adorn the outdoor spaces, creating a mesmerizing ambiance that transports visitors to ancient China. The celebration is not just about the festive allure but also a journey through the rich history of Chinese architecture. The intricate details of the decorations reflect the grandeur of ancient structures, offering a unique blend of cultural appreciation and festive cheer.