Siam Paragon Golden Prosperous Chinese New Year 2022

Siam Paragon Golden Prosperous Chinese New Year 2022

Siam Paragon marks the Year of Tiger with “Siam Paragon Golden Prosperous Chinese New Year 2022” featuring Actor Nadech Kugimiya as Golden Tiger God

Siam Paragon welcomes the Year of Tiger with “Siam Paragon Golden Prosperous Chinese New Year 2022” campaign. From today to 1 February 2022, Parc Paragon, the shopping centre’s landmark, is welcoming shoppers to an instagramable Chinese-inspired town in the heart of Bangkok – all under health safety measures to prevent the spread of Covid-19.

The opening on 27 February featured the “The Royal Golden Tiger Prosperity” performance by leading actor Nadech Kugimiya as the Golden Tiger God bringing good luck and fortune. Nadech was adorned with a 30-million-baht jewellery masterpiece created by Blue River.  From its precious ‘Eyes of the Tiger’ collection, the necklace features a 10.93 karat Columbian Emerald. 

Visitors will be amazed by the 69-metre-long LED golden dragon, and seven colours lion dance and lion dance on pole performances. Featured also are dazzling Chinese-inspired decorations with festive red lanterns and sparkling lighting tunnel. Visitor can have their fortune read by digital fortune telling and giant Chinse Fortune Stick.  From today to 1 February 2022, shoppers can also enjoy guzheng (Chinese zither) performances by master Li Yang and receive free auspicious Chinese calligraphy crafted by the master calligrapher, Noppon Waitayachart.

Celebrate Chinese New Year and experience precious Chinese New Year traditions at “Siam Paragon Golden Prosperous Chinese New Year 2022” from today to February 1, 2022, at Siam Paragon. For further information, visit Facebook page: SIAMPARAGON or call 02-610-8000.

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