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29 Jan - 28 Feb

Temple Mall presents: “Blooming Bliss”

By Localiiz 29 January 2021

Event Information

START DATE 29 Jan 2021
END DATE 28 Feb 2021
Temple Mall, 136 Ching Tak Street, Chuk Un
(+852) 2320 7582

Temple Mall is just a stone’s throw from the Sik Sik Yuen Wong Tai Sin Temple, an iconic tourist attraction and a go-to place for those seeking good fortune at the start of the Lunar New Year. In honour of its namesake, Temple Mall will ring in the Year of the Ox with the “Blooming Bliss” Chinese New Year campaign, where tradition and technology will combine to usher in a prosperous year to come. In addition to creating a festive setting featuring a hip and playful digital garden of blessings, the mall will delight customers with a New Year lucky draw, with prizes including the coveted PlayStation 5 and auspicious New Year ornaments.

From 29 January to 28 February 2021, a 4.6-metre-tall “Blooming Bliss” wishing tree will transform the atrium at Temple Mall North into a hall of good fortune where customers can make their own virtual wishing tag and upload it to the massive screen on the canopy. Next to the wishing tree, the motion-sensing “Blessing Pinwheels,” arranged in a floral formation, spin automatically as people pass by, sweeping in good luck and fortune alongside the 1.5-metre-tall gold pinwheel designed by Lukfook Jewellery.

Additionally, there will also be fortune forecasts, a New Year lucky draw with $400,000 worth of prizes, and a chance for customers to make their own DIY scented amulet that can be given as a heartwarming gift or a lucky accessory!


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