The Malaysian mega sale event in Kuala Lumpur is one sale you won’t want to miss. It is held three times a year, in March, May and December. This year end mega sales named as Malaysia Year-End Sale (M-YES), starting from 15 November 2011 till 1 January 2012. The grand launch of the sale is set to take place on 18th November at 8pm at the BB Dome, Pavilion KL in the Bukit Bintang shopping precinct. Keep your evening free for the many special offers and fun activities coming your way!
Don’t worry if you’re outside the capital city, you can still catch the sale nationwide at most major shopping malls and centres. Look out for the following 1MYES highlights to colour up your shopping sprees:
Highlights at Bukit Bintang-KLCC:
United Buddy Bear World Tour
For the first time in Southeast Asia, 148 Buddy Bears, representing countries acknowledged by the United Nations, will be exhibited at the Bukit Bintang Entrance, Pavilion KL. With each one hand-painted skillfully in a variety of unique designs, it’s a once-in-a-lifetime sight that shouldn’t be missed.
YTL Concert of Celebration 2011 with Julio Iglesias 1/12/11
Catch an exclusive concert by the legendary Julio Iglesias entertaining 1800 specially invited guests. Log onto www.starhillgallery.com and answer a few simple questions; you might just win yourself free tickets! And if you don’t, you can still watch it online via the YES website. Patrons of Jalan Bukit Bintang are also able to enjoy the concert from surrounding buildings like Pavilion KL,fahrenheit 88 etc. It is also a 5-min walking distance from Apple Hotel at Jalan Alor.
Christmas Magic is On!
Malls will be decked in full festivity to usher in the Christmas celebrations – look out for giant Christmas trees, carousels, Santa, caroling performances and holiday shows.The Christmas magic attracts crowd from near and far!
New Year Countdown on 31 Dec
Welcome the NewYear with free concerts, live music deejays, hotel packages, gala dinners and a firework spectacular at Bukit Bintang and KLCC.
(Source from Malaysia Tourism)