With three different murals paying tribute to Malaysia, KFC has collaborated with local graffiti artist, Kenji Chai for its KFC Cara Kita campaign. In the season of celebrating national unity this September 16, the fast-food joint is taking this chance to express its love for the country that they’ve called home for 47 years.
The Sandakan-born graffiti artist is known for his vibrant murals both locally and around the world. With this new KFC project, his murals represent how Malaysians have played a part in defining KFC as well as showcasing the beauty of the country’s unique identity.
These insta-worthy art murals can be spotted on the walls of three KFC outlets in Klang Valley namely: 5 Jalan Barat, Seapark and Sri Hartamas. The next time you happen to cuti-cuti Malaysia around these areas, be sure to check them out.
Accompanying Malaysians on their cuti-cuti Malaysia adventures, KFC recently launched their Cheezy Cheezy Malaysia combo, featuring Malaysia’s most loved Cheezy Wedges and a limited time special ‘Add-On’ side of Durian Balls; made with 100% pure premium D24 Durian filling. This promotion is available at all 740 KFC stores nationwide, so while you cuti-cuti Malaysia, there is always a KFC store nearby ready to serve you.
Some interesting KFC stores around the country worth checking out if you happen to be there:
- KFC Greenlane, Penang A heritage building with beautiful Colonial architecture
- KFC Stulang Laut and Tanjung Leman Located by the waterfront. Enjoy the sounds of waves crashing the shore or watch the beautiful sunset when dining in.
- KFC, Taiping Lake Garden Soak in the natural beauty of lush greenery and scenic views.
- KFC Nilai Square, the first ‘certified green restaurant’ by local and internationally recognised Green Certification.
Watch the exclusive behind-the-scenes video of the beautiful murals that celebrate the collision of culture between KFC and Malaysia coming to life on 11th September. The video also puts a spotlight on the brand’s belief that every Malaysian is unique, and they shape the community and brand that we are today: KFC Cara Kita.
Pictures by BJ40 Malaysia & Raziel Chew