KL Mall Uses Pac-Man, Tic-Tac-Toe & Other Creative Ways to Ensure People Follow Safe-Distancing Rules

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With the ongoing pandemic, it is important that everyone of us plays a part in combating this virus.

While self-quarantine is the best way to prevent the spread of virus, we can’t stay indoors forever.

In public spaces, stickers such as the image below are usually put in place to remind citizens to ensure safe distancing.

Image: slipnomore.co.za

However, sometimes it gets a bit boring seeing the same old stickers again and again.

As a result, a mall in Malaysia has come up with several creative ways for you to engage in safe distancing, while still have fun.

Isn’t it the best of both worlds?

Image: tenor.com

KL Mall Uses Pac-Man, Tic-Tac-Toe & Other Creative Ways to Ensure People Follow Safe-Distancing Rules

During the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) in Malaysia, certain public places have been allowed to resume their businesses provided that they ensure their customers adhere to social distancing.

Therefore, they have put up stickers and signages in their malls.

In the Sungai Wang Plaza at Kuala Lumpur, there is no such thing as normal. Or rather, creative is the new normal.

Creative Stickers For Social Distancing 

Featuring, Pacman version of a social distancing sticker placed in front of their elevators. Isn’t it vibrant and cute?

The design of it makes it look like you’re playing a video game by standing on the indications.

Image: Twitter (@myjoe_)

Another eye-catching sticker in the form of a tic-tac-toe game is placed in front of ATM machines.

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With such bright and innovative way of reminding customers to social distance, I’m pretty sure everyone will be paying attention to it.


Image: Twitter (@myjoe_)

Not to mention, the markers that they placed is designed to be interactive and simple to follow through. I won’t be surprised if someone jumps on the crossed box.

Who would violate these social distancing rules after seeing all these refreshing designs? Certainly not me.

Image: Twitter (@myjoe_)

Even their lifts have stickers indicating social distancing, facing in all directions away from each other while letting them read something.

It looks a little hilarious that these shoppers have to face the four walls of the lift to social distance. But hey, as long as it works for them, why not?

Are you angry at someone now, and can’t get him or her out of your mind? Well, watch this video and you’ll know what to do next:

Image: Twitter (@myjoe_)

It is pretty interesting how this mall took the extra effort in ensuring their shoppers stick to the social distancing rule.

Kudos to them for injecting a little fun for their shoppers, while still ensuring their safety.


We have seen Burger King In Germany giving out super big crowns to promote safe distancing. Perhaps the malls in Singapore will come up with something creative after it reopens?

We’ll only know after Phase 2 comes about.

Check out the Tweet that found this unique design below:

Malls in Singapore: over to you.

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