On the evening, the LED Dragon had been listed in The Malaysia Book of Records as Malaysia Longest LED Dragon Dance. Thereafter to a Dragon eye dotting ceremony officiated by Tan Sri Datuk Seri Dr M Kayveas, Penasihat Kementerian Pengangkutan Malaysia and witnessed by Dato Seri Roger Lai, Mr. Ng Yih Chen, Chairman of Sungei Wang Plaza Management Corporation as well as Ms. Yuen May Chee, Complex Manager of Sungei Wang.
"This event is aimed to celebrate the forthcoming Chinese New Year celebration as well as nurture and promote Malaysian Chinese lion and Dragon Dance cultures, and not forgetting to promote Malaysia's tourism," said Dato Seri Roger Lai, President of Persatuan Tarian Naga Dan Singa Qi Ling Malaysia.
The LED Dragon is costed at RM120,000.00 with a whopping 180-meter length and a parade is held circulating Bukit Bintang to showcase to the local community and international tourists, he added.
This event is jointly organised by Persatuan Tarian Naga Dan Singa Qi Ling Malaysia and Sungei Wang, co-organised by Heng Kok Lion Dance.
The parade has been led up by various performances such as twin dragon dance, acrobatic lion dance, traditional lion dance, drum percussion and more.