En­joy the beauty of Raya

The Star Malaysia - Star2 - - Hari Raya Special -

CEL­E­BRATE this Hari Raya within the seren­ity of a tra­di­tional Malay vil­lage for a unique cul­tural ex­pe­ri­ence right in the heart of Kuala Lumpur at Ber­jaya Times Square.

Themed “Kein­da­han Raya”, the con­cept is set to whisk shop­pers away from the hus­tle and bus­tle of the city to a tran­quil kam­pung house at the main foyer on Ground Floor Cen­tral. Com­ple­ment­ing the struc­ture are art­fully crafted carv­ings en­veloped with the tra­di­tional batik fab­ric to com­plete the Raya mood.

Sam­pul Aidil­fitri (re­demp­tion)

From now un­til June 26, shop­pers can re­deem the lim­ited Ber­jaya Times Square Raya pack­ets with a min­i­mum spend­ing of RM200 in no more than two re­ceipts.*

*Re­demp­tion is valid on a first come, first served ba­sis, while stocks last. *Terms and con­di­tions ap­ply.

> Kam­pung Hala­manku Ex­clu­sive High­lights (ac­tiv­i­ties)

Par­tic­i­pate in fun-filled fam­ily ac­tiv­i­ties and catch daz­zling cul­tural per­for­mances that will take shop­pers back to their fond­est child­hood mem­o­ries.

> Bazaar Aifdil­fitri

No kam­pung ex­pe­ri­ence is com­plete with­out a fes­tive bazaar, show­cas­ing an ar­ray of de­lights for a mem­o­rable Hari Raya.

Be spoilt for choice with of­fer­ings rang­ing from hand-made fash­ion and gifts to home­made goods crafted by ar­ti­sans from the Batik Bou­tique.

Miss the food from yes­ter­year? En­tice your taste buds with delectable lo­cal del­i­ca­cies such as cen­dol, ais ka­cang and a va­ri­ety of kuih-muih.

Raya per­for­mances and work­shops

Learn a new skill or sim­ply take home a DIY sou­venir at the batik-mak­ing work­shops.

Be mes­merised by the melo­di­ous tunes of tra­di­tional mu­si­cal in­stru­ments such as the angk­lung and game­lan.

Ad­di­tion­ally, the tra­di­tional Malay dance this Hari Raya will cer­tainly com­plete your Raya ex­pe­ri­ence.

The per­for­mances and work­shop will be held on the fol­low­ing dates:

June 17 (Satur­day)

– Batik-mak­ing work­shop from noon to 1pm

– Game­lan per­for­mance from 2pm to 2.30pm

– Colour­ing work­shop from 3pm to 4pm June 18 (Sun­day)

– Batik-mak­ing work­shop from noon to 1pm

– Angk­lung per­for­mance from 2pm to 2.30pm

– Colour­ing work­shop from 3pm to 4pm June 24 (Satur­day)

– Batik-mak­ing work­shop from noon to 1pm

– Angk­lung per­for­mance from 2pm to 2.30pm

– Raya tra­di­tional dance from 3pm to 4pm – Colour­ing work­shop from 4pm to 5pm June 25 (Sun­day)

– Batik-mak­ing work­shop from noon to 1pm

– Game­lan per­for­mance from 2pm to 2.30pm

– Raya tra­di­tional dance from 3pm to 4pm – Colour­ing work­shop from 4pm to 5pm

About Ber­jaya

Times Square Kuala Lumpur

Ber­jaya Times Square of­fers un­par­al­leled shop­ping, abun­dant din­ing choices as well as a va­ri­ety of life­style en­ter­tain­ment, right in the heart of Kuala Lumpur city.

It houses the Ber­jaya Times Square Theme Park – Malaysia’s largest in­door theme park.

It show­cases 14 ma­jor rides, the ex­clu­sive Haunted Jour­ney, the all new 5D Orion Sim­u­la­tor, Car­ni­val Games kiosks and other fan­tas­tic at­trac­tions.

It also in­cludes an IT Cen­tre cater­ing to all mod­ern dig­i­tal life­style needs, the largest 3D dig­i­tal hall (GSC Maxx), one of the big­gest bowl­ing cen­tres in the coun­try (Am­pang Su­per­bowl) and Malaysia’s first mo­tion sen­sor Grand Mu­si­cal Stairs.

Ber­jaya Times Square is also home to themed re­tail dis­tricts 1st Av­enue, 2nd Floor East, Cen­tral Park and Tiny Taipei.

It is eas­ily ac­ces­si­ble via pub­lic trans­porta­tion with the con­ve­nience of the KL Mono­rail stop­ping right at its doorstep and the RapidKL a mere five min­utes’ walk away.

For more in­for­ma­tion, look out for the ad­ver­tise­ment in this StarSpe­cial.

Shop­pers can have fun snap­ping pho­tos with the var­i­ous props avail­able.

The crowd in Ber­jaya Times Square’s main con­course area.

Ber­jaya Times Square is the ideal place to shop dur­ing this fes­tive sea­son.

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