This fountain was launched by our Tourism Minister Datuk Seri Dr. Ng Yen Yen on July 4th, 2009 to coincide with Malaysia's Mega Sale season then.
A signage nearby reads as follows:
"The Bloom of the Hibiscus, the national flower of Malaysia is a symbol of opulence, passion and progression.
The three bowls represent Malaysia's multiracial culture living harmoniously in unity. Ascending to signify the growing aspirations of the people.
Serenely the water converges from all directions, an endless source of blessings and prosperity.
The crystal glass fountain bestows luminous wealth upon the city and the nation.
Conceptualised by Pavillion Kuala Lumpur in collaboration with LiuLiGongFang".
Now, why not try this: Toss a coin into the Pavilion Crystal Fountain, just like the Trevi Fountain in Rome, where tourists would toss a coin into the fountain and make a wish or whisper your hopes and dreams. Perhaps it may just come true!
Or have you already done this before?
This fountain has been acknowledged by the Malaysia Book of Records as Malaysia’s tallest Liuli Crystal Fountain.
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