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 In conjunction with Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Shangri- La Kuala Lumpur has lined up some exciting promotions through its ‘Power of Pink’ campaign to raise funds for the Breast Cancer Welfare Association Malaysia (BCWA).
From 1 to 23 October 2022, indulge in a noteworthy fun pink-themed Afternoon Tea at the Lobby Lounge daily from 3.00 pm - 6.00 pm. The afternoon tea consists of savoury treats, including Spicy Prawn Salad, Pickle Kyuri with Beet Cornets, Cured Trout with Chive Crème Fraiche Brioche, Burrata and Grilled Heirloom Tomato Salad Eclairs, Vanilla Sable with Rose Lychee Raspberry Mousse, Red Velvet Cheese Bar, Matcha Cherry Financier and more. Priced at RM 148 nett per person, five percent of the proceeds will be donated to BCWA. For reservations and further enquiries, call +603 2074 3900, WhatsApp +6019 390 2257 or email Over at Lemon Garden 2Go, will indulge you with a selection of Pink -inspired treats and goodies for delivery and self-pickup. These include Pink Awareness Chocolate Pinata inspired (350g). Praline Boxes, Red Velvet Cup Cakes – 4 pieces a box (50g each), Macarons- Chocolate and Vanilla flavour- 10 pieces a box (12g each), Raspberry Cherry Cake (1kg), Pull-Me-Up-Cake (1kg), Pink October Doughnut 4 pieces per box (25g each) and more. Priced from RM 25nett to RM 128nett. For every purchase of Pink October goodies, five percent of the proceeds will be donated to BCWA. Available for delivery and takeaway from 1 to 27 October 2022 for purchase visit Shangri-La Boutique, click on the link here, An annual campaign initiative falls under the umbrella of the CSR project, demonstrating the team’s effort to raise awareness about the impact of breast cancer and stressing the importance of early detection and encouraging regular screening. In partnership with BCWA, Shangri-La Kuala Lumpur offers a complimentary clinical Mobile Breast Examination to all guests on the 28 October 2022, 1.00pm -5.00pm at Lower Lobby Foyer. Let’s come together and do our part to raise awareness as early detection may help to save lives.