I’ve mentioned before that malls are the hangout of choice for most Malaysians – not only are they air-conditioned, but they provide a wealth of unique activities every single week. This weekend it was a runway show in One Utama.
Sadly we were not able to actually see the models walk (after waiting for 3 minutes, I find my attention wandering to other slightly more interesting things, like going to the bookstore and then leaving). Anyway, apparently the whole thing is quite popular because there was a full house around the catwalk and crowds on every level waiting patiently for the show to start.
The only advantage I can see to this whole thing is that if all the shoppers are distracted by the wild and wonderful happenings in the center court, I can more easily weave my way through the rest of the mall. Thus turning a normally horrific experience into one that can be tolerated. If there’s one thing I can’t stand, it’s that damn shuffling.