We had a very great Friday as we celebrated Diwali together as one of our monthly community events to enhance our bond with our guests. Various activities were prepared by Colony Coworking Event Space to ensure our guests’ happiness which include henna drawing session, Rangoli sand art making and mingling over drinks (we had both alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages)!
Check out the photos below to feel the joyous vibes of Diwali.
Colony team dressed up for Diwali.
We displayed these beautiful Rangoli to bring out the Diwali mood at our event space. Rangoli, also known as Kolam, is a traditional art form of India, which precedes the ancient arts of sculpture and painting. Rangoli are the patterns that created on the floor by using materials like coloured rice or sand, red brick powder or dry flour.
Our Booze Station which is also our dessert bar. These scrumptious desserts are called Ladoo, Barfi, Coconut candy, and Jelebi.
One of our guests is having her Henna art drawn on her hand.
Sand art station for making the small rangoli.
Traditional Indian cuisine served to our beloved guests.
Conversing over food is the best way to connect with each other. Our guests were seen enjoying the delicious traditional Indian food at our event space. This is among other advantages that you can get when you use our coworking and event space; it allows one to communicate and interact with people out of their circle through community events such as this.
Our guests were seen having some great conversations with our Colony team.
Part of the awesome Colony team that were presence at the celebration.
This idea of Diwali celebration was able to come to life because Colony provides top services along the designer event spaces in Kuala Lumpur. Currently, we have two locations for you to organize your event at; Colony @ KLCC and Colony @ KLEC. To find out more about Colony Event Spaces and the pricing, book a tour now: COLONY COWORKING SPACE.
Written by Penny Chin and Hafizah for Colony.