Posted on: 22 Dec, 2017
IOI CITY MALL invites shoppers and patrons to embark on a magical journey via its Christmas campaign called the “Mythical Land of Wonder”. Be mesmerised as you step into the mall’s main concourse and enter a Christmas wonderland that sparks a sense of adventure, surprise and mystery.
Experience the magic and whimsical nature of Christmas while engaging in various performances and activities (some that win you prizes and gifts) like:
▶ spotting the number of elves on the virtual Mythical Land and Christmas Ball in a Box;
▶ experiencing snowfall while ice-skating at Icescape;
▶ shopping and browsing through the Mythical Booth for Christmas accessories and gifts; and
▶ watching the Mythical Christmas Magic Show, the International Magical Circus Show, the Time for Music, Saujana Impian Kajang Christmas Concert 2017 and more.
Credit card and debit card holders stand to win exclusive prizes on spending a minimum of RM200 via Standard Chartered and a minimum of RM350 on other cards, at any outlet except GSC, HomePro, Index Living Mall, Parkson, Tesco, Icescape and District 21. Redemptions are available while stocks last and valid for same day purchases only.
IOI City Mall general manager Chris Chong shared about some of the mall’s goings-on. “Christmas at IOI City Mall is always an exciting time. Complemented with excellent Christmas events, including our Icescape Ice Rink, it marks the spot as a great place for a festive family day out,” he said.
The mall provides free shuttle service from Serdang KTM Station and Kajang MRT Station. Uber users are entitled to two free rides worth RM5 each until January via the promo code on the mall’s Facebook page.
“Grant A Wish This Christmas 2017”, a month-long CSR campaign established under the foundation’s Yayasan Tan Sri Lee Shin Cheng (Yayasan TSLSC), was initiated by the IOI Group foundation. It saw IOI Group employees contribute cash and kind in an effort to spread love and cheer during Christmas.
The close of the campaign saw 49 underprivileged children and home supervisors from two homes treated to an entertaining line-up of performances and activities. The evening ended with a presentation of gifts and cheques by Yayasan TSLSC executive director Datin Joanne Wong and IOI personnel to the two homes.