Usher in Chinese New Year with four malls in Dubai & Northern Emirates
Mall events and entertaining activations curated for celebrations to welcome Year of the Rabbit
Dubai, UAE: The shopping mall and management division of Lulu Group International, Line Investments & Property (LIP) reveals exciting Chinese New Year plans to usher in the Year of the Rabbit with events, themed deco and lively Chinese performances across its Malls in Dubai and Northern Emirates from 20th to 22nd January.
The events at RAK Mall, Lulu Mall Fujairah, Mall of Umm Al Quwain and Silicon Central are curated to reflect the perfect balance of traditional and contemporary Chinese culture through music, dance, food, and other cultural elements.
RAK Mall will have family activities starting 6pm with giant air mascot Rabbit and artists performing in Chinese themed costumes on 20th January, Chinese Dragon Show on 21st January and Chinese Lion Dance on 22nd January plus a beautifully decorated themed arch for the occasion.
Lulu Mall Fujairah visitors will enjoy a Chinese Lion dance on 20th of January, Giant Air Mascot Rabbit Shows on 21st January and Chinese Dragon Show on 22nd of January after 6pm. Take memorable photos with Chinese New Year themed decorated arch with friends and family.
Mall of Umm Al Quwain will have fun filled celebrations for Chinese New Year over two days with Chinese Dragon Show on 20th of January and lion dance next day. Visitors can take pictures with Chinese Themed decorated arch to capture memorable moments.
Silicon Central has also curated exciting activities for Chinese New Year celebrations from 20th to 22nd January with live entertainment at mall atrium and a themed set up for a festive oriental ambience and photo opportunities.
There is a Giant Panda Air Mascot with activities on 20th, Chinese Lion Dance on 21st and Chinese Dragon Dance with Air Mascot on 22nd of January from 6pm onwards in Mall Atrium.
All Line Investments & Property Malls place great emphasis on safety measures regarding COVID-19, ensuring the public areas remain a safe place to shop and dine in.