This festive season, Malaysia Airports is organising a ‘Nostalgia Raya’ campaign until June 16, transforming its international airports into a diorama of old Kuala Lumpur reminiscent of the ‘50s and ‘60s.
Complete with life-sized store fronts and landscapes, the retro décor is designed by creative outfit LokaMade. This weekend, guests travelling through KLIA can take part in cultural activities and enjoy performances that are uniquely Malaysian.
On June 1 at KLIA Main Terminal, Pos Malaysia will be giving out free stamps for travellers to mail postcards to their loved ones while a batik painting and caricature drawing workshop will be held on the same day until June 2. Additionally, culture lovers can partake in a Japanese book binding session and catch the cak lempong show (traditional musical instrument involving small kettle gongs) on June 2.
Throughout the campaign, shoppers will also be entitled to redeem exclusive Malaysia Airports merchandise such as money packets and a travel pouch – specially designed by LokaMade and Bingka KL – when they spend a minimum amount in a single receipt at any international airport in Malaysia, i.e Kuala Lumpur, Penang, Langkawi, Kuching and Kota Kinabalu.
“As part of our Commercial Reset Strategy, we aim to bring new and joyful experiences to our airports. We hope that this campaign will create a sense of belonging and excitement for our guests as they make their journey back home to their loved ones,” said Mohammad Nazli Abdul Aziz, senior general manager of commercial services for Malaysia Airports.
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