Christmas shopping- the deco for the Xmas tree

Christmas, Festive

Most folks would have gotten their Christmas tree decorated by now. Still, there are still the last minute shopping.

Here, at a local hypermarket, assortments of items are available- available for last minute purchases. The quality of those sold in hypermarkets or the markets would differ from established department stalls.

But if the decoration is done based on a theme- it can still look nice.

Each packet would cost a few ringgit and the usual themes are either green/ blue, silver/white and gold. These items are mostly mass produced and imported from China now.

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  • ET

    may i noe where is that shop at? and what name?

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