Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Pavilion Kuala Lumpur Features The Largest Luili Crystal (Glass) Fountain in Malaysia!

If shopping and good food aren't good enough reasons for you to drop by Pavilion Kuala Lumpur, well, the beautiful Crystal Fountain right in front of it might persuade you.

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Photos courtesy of Ren Luistro

Hailed as the newest landmarks of the city, this beautiful 3.6 meter high Crystal Fountain has been attracting quite a number of photo ops from visitors ever since its launch in July 2010.

      The Luili Crystal (Glass) Fountain in front of Pavilion Kuala Lumpur

And who wouldn't be enthralled with this piece of creation when it was built with Luili or Chinese glass crystal whose history can be traced back to the 11th century BC? For this particular piece, Loretta Hui-Shan Yang, one of the most popular Luili artists in the world, featured on the three bowls, the Bloom of Hibiscus, Malaysia's national flower which depicts prosperity, passion and progression. 

The three bowls however symbolize Malaysia's multi-racial culture living harmoniously together with the bowl's ascending pattern representing the nation's growing aspirations. The fountain spewing water from all directions conveys a never-ending source of blessing and opulence.

Since its launch, this Crystal Fountain in front of Pavilion KL still holds the record for the tallest Liuli Crystal Fountain in Malaysia, according to the Malaysia book of Records.


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  1. Your pictures and posts always make me want to travel! I can't wait for the day to travel to this part of Asia, I've never been!

  2. hi Kimberley! your comment always as in always make me grateful for having Christian friends in the blogosphere. Continue to shine my dear sis!