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Halloween Atmosphere In One Utama Shopping Mall

Our next stop is One Utama shopping mall in Petaling Jaya. Know what? I have been to this place for umpteen times already and still I don't know the way till today! My sense of direction is really hopeless when it comes to recognizing roads. Thank goodness for my good friends, we managed to come and join in the Halloween atmosphere here...
Halloween deco at the ground floor...
All the spooky deco here and there....
this one fascinated us...
when we clapped our hands, these "halloween" displays moved about...
the spider doing its Halloween dance...
We spent more than three hours here... took 'high tea' in Nyonya Colors cafe, my favourite outlet... then we adjourned to a Karaoke Lounge for a "singaway" but unfortunately, we didn't manage to.. Since it was a public holiday, they charged double...RM30 per person is too high, to spend 150RM just to sing, I think it would be a better idea to spend the money for our dinner in Klang!  The singing can be taken place in my friend's home theatre and it is free of charge!  LOL....

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  1. well sing at home and sing at karaoke is difference feel..

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  2. I was done in 1u on Friday too. Guess we no fate.

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  3. SP: yeah, the mics are different of course and the more songs to choose from! :)


    rachel: the place was crowded.. hey, would you recognize me if you saw me? :)

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  4. Ha, One U......didn't go there for 2 months liao.....lol!

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  5. See! Sibu better! Whole lounge to ourselves and sing to our hearts' content!!! Come, come...we go eat...eat...eat...and sing...sing...sing!

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  6. pete: KL has so many shopping malls.. can go others...


    stp: hahaha... cos you booked the whole lounge ma... hahahah...

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  7. I only know my way to 1U..nice holidays over there! Enjoy..

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  8. Spend rm150 for karaoke...better sing at home...FOC. Spend that amount of $$ in food is better,,...at least tummy are full.

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  9. Wah public holiday surcharge. Yea agreed spending RM150 for sing, I rather spend it to eat.

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  10. wenn: at least u know the way...


    mery: u r absolutely right!


    vicky: eating is fulfillment.. hahaha...

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  11. Interesting & fun about the Windancer and truly speaking, love to see all the spooky deco.

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  12. Happy Halloween haha thats a cool place to be

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  13. Irene: I miss the dance actually.. i was out walking somewhere else...


    mecoy: yeah...cool eh..

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  14. I have got bad sense of direction too..no matter how hard I try and still get lost..will visit some of the mall in PJ or KL when we are there next week.

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  15. You in One Utama tak call ME! :(

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  16. LOL Chrome....

    syok ka shopping there . bought anything?

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