1. Visit Tokyo Street

There’s a lovely section of Pavilion dotted with Japanese restaurants and cheery replicas of cherry blossom trees. You just have to be here. The wooden furnishing and detailing are amazing here.

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2. Eat Suki-ya

While you’re there in Tokyo Street, have lunch!

At Suki-ya, lunch is from 11.30am – 5pm, and dinner is from 5pm – 10pm. You get 120 minutes of eating for *RM32.80++ (lunch) or RM39.80++ (dinner). The queue, however, is insane. What you should do is either queue early, or avoid the usual meal timings. Instead of beef, chicken and pork, they serve beef, chicken and lamb. It’s really interesting. You should try! The green tea ice cream is a must too!

3. Din Tai Fung

Another crowd pleaser is Din Tai Fung! Waiting time expected too. What’s not to love at Din Tai Fung? Definitely must go!

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Dim sum party 🙌🏼

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4. Watch movie

You definitely must catch a movie here. Pick a movie that’s screening at Theatres 1 or 2, as they are the huge ones that’s really grand and huge. Seats at the other theatres (3 to 10) are rather squeezy and not that comfortable.

5. Explore the outside

Step outside Pavilion and check out this amazing exterior! Being there is even more amazing. And look across the road for the beautifully-sculptured Sephora building. There’s so much to do at Pavilion. I was there for all 3 days over the National Day weekend. Love it so much. We will be back!

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