You see, you really shouldn't blame me for commenting like that lor. Even the sled are Red and Gold.
I would suggest them to add a few tigers besides the sled, rather than reindeer during Chinese New Year. That will save lots of cost.
Even the center court are assemble to become the auspicious number 9 that carry the meaning of longevity in Chinese.
However, the outdoor decoration seems better, I mean more festival related. The theme is white and silver. I beg it will look nice at night when the light bulbs (LED) are on.
The Reindeer figure was not so obvious/distinct, but again, I beg it looks nice at nigh.
LED all around it, not to mention the figure is so cute....Kawaii desu!!!!
I think most of you have went to see the Pavillion Christmas decoration before I introduce it here, but did you ever notice this:
Reindeer, right? As normal as you can see. Now, lets see, have you ever notice this:
The reindeer have their te$t!c|e$ attached on it.
Photo credits to Jloi