Why these Chinese New Year parade floats were showstoppers

SM Supermalls

Posted at Feb 13 2019 07:01 PM | Updated as of Feb 13 2019 07:22 PM

It’s been days since SM Mall of Asia’s first-ever Chinese New Year celebration, but many have not gotten over its eye-catching floats at the parade. The floats' lights, colors, and designs were a sight to behold that truly made everyone feel the good luck and harmony they are believed to bring for the Year of the Pig.

MOA Pig Float

The star of the Lunar New Year festivity, the MOA Pig Float features a pig at the center. The pig is an animal that symbolizes wealth with its features that are believed to bring luck and prosperity.

MOA Chinese Lantern Float

Designed with a paifang — a gateway that’s known to attract happiness and long life—the MOA Chinese Lantern Float was adorned with Chinese lanterns which have been used to represent vitality and good fortune.

MOA Lotus Lantern Float

Identified as an important flower in the culture of China, the MOA Lotus Lantern Float was decorated with lotus flowers that have been associated with beauty, wealth, and honor.

Take the opportunity to take selfies with these striking floats that will be on display at the MOA Complex the entire month. Hit its North and South Arcades along with Peggy The Pig, Empress and Emperor, and xiao long bao mascots from Paradise Dynasty to welcome the Year of the Pig, followed by a breathtaking fireworks display as part of the celebration that will last until February 25.

To know more about SM Mall of Asia’s exciting promos and activities, visit www.smsupermalls.com and www.facebook.com/smmallofasia.

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