Monday, 20 February 2017

Yan Yat Chinese New Year 2017 Celebration at Eastin Hotel Kuala Lumpur



The seventh day of Chinese New Year is Yan Yat (everybody birthday). This Year of the Rooster; Eastin Hotel Kuala Lumpur usher this special day with a special Lion Dance performance.


Eastin Hotel Kuala Lumpur
13 Jalan 16/11
Pusat Dagangan Seksyen 16
46350 Petaling Jaya
Tel: 03 - 7665 1111
Website: www.eastin.com

The outstanding performance performed by the lion dance troupe was part of the hotel’s annual event to bring in an abundance of good fortune, luck, and prosperity.


The hotel lobby and its surrounding are adorned with Red Lanterns, Peony and Pink Blossoms and much more to enhance the hotel atmosphere in conjunction with this once a year celebration.
  

Lion dance is believed to be a traditional Chinese culture for many centuries and is still to practice up to these days. It is a celebration that is never complete without the sounds of gong, drums and cymbals accompanied with the acrobatic lion dancing which ends with a loud and elaborate line of firecrackers going off.

Guests, hotel’s staff and management team were treated to a spectacular sight as the lion dance troupe performed their best acrobatic stunts that left the crowd awed by their amazing display of skill and talent. Many were thrilled with the drum beat corresponding with the synchronization of the lion dance movements and actions.


They performed outstanding acrobat stunts agilely at the hotel lobby and then crunching to the ‘lettuce’ and rolling the mandarin oranges into the hotel lobby. They then made their way through the various parts of the hotel including food & beverage outlets, Executive offices and other areas bestowing wishes of good fortune and prosperity in the Year of the Rooster.


With the loud and exciting noise of the performance, neighboring office tenants to witness the lion dance performance. The hotel’s atmosphere was totally in hype.


“We are delighted to let our guests experience a truly authentic and traditional lion dance performance in conjunction with the Chinese New Year celebration to usher in greater fortune and luck. We hope the performance was enjoyed by both of our local as well as foreign guests. It is an opportunity for tourists and visitors to Malaysia to experience the many facets of our multi-national culture,” Ms Jane said.