Saturday, October 1, 2016

[ADV] Oktoberfest 2016 @ 1 Utama Shopping Centre


Check out some photos of us taken during Oktoberfest at 1 Utama this year. Just like the previous years, it was a fun-filled and joyous event with endless beer, performances and games all-night long. 

The public's response to the event was overwhelming. Despite the launch being on Thursday, the event was jam-packed with people as soon as I arrived after office hour. We Malaysians really do know how to enjoy ourselves!

Beer, food and merchandises on sale at reasonable prices. You can't find these goodies on normal days. One may even purchase a dirndl!

Ain't no Oktoberfest without German sausages!

Tried the various types of German beer. Aside from the usual giant Oktoberfest mug, this year we could bring home different types of smaller glasses for RM35 each (plus beer). And it costs only RM25 for a refill of beer! Definitely a better deal with girls like us with smaller drinking appetite :P

Had half a dozen of Jager shots and got that cute little Jager shot glass! *heart-eyed*

Fresh premium beer, nice German food, great performances and awesome company. Thursday night had never been better.

So much fun with the girls at this annual festival. Thank you Luen Heng F&B for having us. Looking forward to the next Oktoberfest with you guys again! 

I have had really fun and joyful experiences at Oktoberfest since I first attended the event in 2011. The fun continued the following year as well! Along with our girls from MHB, we have shared lots of fond memories attending the Oktoberfest parties especially the big ones at 1 Utama Shopping Centre. 

This year, Luen Heng F&B once again partners with 1 Utama Shopping Centre to bring Oktoberfest back for the 12th year at 1 Utama, this time with a four (4) day party from 6 to 9 October 2016 (Thursday to Sunday). This festivities this year will be held for the first time on the Level 5 Rooftop, Old Wing, 1 Utama Shopping Centre from 6.00pm onwards.
Get ready for nights of live music, performances, games and a variety of local and international food and drinks. The event is for non-Muslim patrons aged 18 years and above and will be in the big tent will be constructed at Level 5 rooftop carpark.
This year’s party sees Euro-Deli and German Chef Jochen Kern (award recipient of the coveted World Association of Chefs Global Master Chef title) serving an array of German delicacies such as pork knuckles, sauerkraut, salads, soups, beef goulash, fish and chips, Jäger Putenschnitzel, meatloaf and grilled meats, bread station with German sourdough bread, pretzels, gingerbread hearts, cheese cake, apple strudel, bread butter pudding, and waffles. There will also be a smoking hot German BBQ Big Pan serving up German bratwursts.
Look out for these German brews:
  • Erdinger Weissbier
  • Franziskaner Hefe-Weissbier
  • Lowenbrau
  • Warsteiner
  • Konig Ludwig Weisbier
Erdinger Weissbier (5.3% ABV), pioneered in the 70′s, was the first German wheat to be distributed nationwide in Germany. Erdinger is brewed according to traditional recipes and has no preservatives, additives and pasteurization, complying with the Bavarian Purity Law 1516.
Franziskaner Weissbier (5% ABV), a traditional Bavarian wheat beer with more than 600 years of history, is refreshing and aromatic in character. This Bavarian beer is naturally cloudy and copper-coloured and enhanced with a sweet malt taste with a smooth creamy texture for finish.
Lowenbrau, (5.2% ABV), an original “German Munich Beer”, is famous at Oktoberfests. It is a lager beer that is refreshing with a taste of malt and mild hop bitterness. The beer is light to the taste, bright golden yellow in colour, and truly complements the Bavarian drinking experience.
As well as some other brews including:
  • Budweiser
  • Hoegaarden
  • Leffe
  • Stella Artois
  • Little Creatures
  • Magners
  • Savanna
  • Tennent’s Stout
  • Gaymers Tropical
  • Jagermeister
  • And a selection of fine wines for those of you who don’t drink beer or cider.

What’s Oktoberfest without loads of entertainment and games?
The star of the event will be the Oom-pa-pah band – Die Emsperlen all the way from Germany, performing various fun Oktoberfest favourites that gets the crowd dancing along with lots of cute actions, as well as some rock favourites!
Guys, you can do the Chicken Dance with the pretty Dirndl girls. Girls, there are male Lederhosen dancers for you!
There will also be games and activities like hat switching, barrel rolling, arm wrestling, airbrush tattoo and face painting. Bring home some exclusive Oktoberfest merchandise like the stein tankard and mugs, yard glass, T-shirts, costumes, felt hats, magnets, badges and Oktoberfest fun wearable. There will also be discounts and offers for ONECARD members.
Speaking of the ONECARD, post your happiest Oktoberfest Instagram social snaps during the event and tag #1UTAMAxOKTOBERFEST for a chance to win a RM50 ONECARD Gift Card!
So how do you buy the food and beverage and merchandise at the event?
You can purchase cash vouchers at the sales booth at the event OR purchase pre-sale cash vouchers at from now until 5th October 2016 and receive exclusive freebies.

The dance floor will be the most fun spot at the festival when the bands take to the stage with people from all walks of life joining in the festivities.

Some important notes to remember:
(i) Entry is for Non-Muslim patrons aged 18 years and above
(ii) IC/Passport is required for registration
(iii) There will be security checks for safety patrons’ safety at the entrance
(iv) No backpack/luggage is permitted into the event venue (women’s handbags not larger than 2L)
(iv) Buggie service will be provided
(v) 1 Utama Management reserves the right to restrict entry

1 Utama Shopping Centre is located at:
No 1, Lebuh Bandar Utama,
Bandar Utama City Centre,
Bandar Utama,
47800 Petaling Jaya,
Selangor, Malaysia.

For more info on Oktoberfest at 1 Utama Shopping Centre, head over to
For more info on Luen Heng and their products, head over to

Remember to Enjoy Responsibly!

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