Ramadan Buffet 2016: Santapan Warisan Melayu, La Brasserie Ramada Plaza

Looking for some sumptuous traditional Malay cuisine to break your fast with this Ramadan 2016? Well there is plenty of Ramadan buffets being offered, especially in restaurants and hotels in Kuala Lumpur, but if you are looking for a convenient place to dine where you won’t have to worry about the transport, you might want to consider breaking fast in La Brasserie, Ramada Plaza Kuala Lumpur.

Located conveniently in Dua Sentral, public transport is aplenty where it is nearby the the largest transportation hub in Kuala Lumpur, the KL Sentral. It is reachable by LRT, trains and monorail and would be a perfect place to break your fast if you are in transit as well.

La Brasserie, Ramada Plaza Kuala Lumpur is offering exceptional Malay traditional cuisine throughout the month of Ramadan.

Here’s sharing what my family and I had during their Ramadan offerings preview:

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Roasted lamb

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Chicken kebab

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Satay counter offering assorted satays

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Chicken satay

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Beef satay

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Grill fish stall

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Grilled fishes

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Action counter offering assorted rotis like Murtabak, Roti Canai and many more.

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Murtabak in the making

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Noodle station with a selection of noodles. Recommended pick: Mee Kari

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Mee kari

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Fried snack stall with a selection of ‘goreng-goreng’ items

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Goreng pisang

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Cucur cempedak

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Ubi keledek goreng

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Assorted jeruk for appetizer

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Crispily fried keropok

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Assorted ulam

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Must try, Ketupat Daun Palas and Serunding Daging

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Another must try at La Brasserie this Ramadan is their comforting and flavourful Bubur Lambuk.

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Another not to be missed dish is the Sup Ekor.

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Flavoured rice like Nasi Minyak, Nasi Mandi, Nasi Arab and many more are on rotation basis throughout Ramadan.

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Assorted delectable curries and rendang.

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Wash off your meal with your very own customized sweet but refreshing Ais Kacang.

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And don’t forget the traditional kuih

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And cakes as dessert

Overall the selection for breaking fast in La Brasserie is superb. There is a bit of everything that is generally Malaysians’ favourite, so it is really a good choice for those who wants to indulge after a long day fasting.

The Buka Puasa buffet will be starting from 10th June 2016 till 03 July 2016 and prices as below
RM 100 nett per Adult
RM 75 nett per Senior Citizen
RM 50 nett per children

And now you can enjoy the early bird special at 20% discount til 31 May 2016.

For bookings and reservation, please contact La Brasserie at 03-2272 8888 ext 8781 or email at [email protected]

Address: 8, Jalan Tun Sambanthan, 50470 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Phone:+60 3-2272 8888

Ramadan Buffet 2016: Lambaian Selera Utara, Hotel Royal Kuala Lumpur

I grew up in all Northern states of Malaysia and I come to appreciate the fact that it is not easy to find authentic Utara cuisine in Kuala Lumpur, but much to my delight, Hotel Royal Kuala Lumpur, the 20-storey stylish and contemporary city hotel has created a host of exclusive offers to celebrate the Holy Month of Ramadan; a traditional ‘Masakan Utara of Malaysia’ (Northern Cuisine) included four northern States of Malaysia which is Perlis, Penang, Perak and Kedah.

I had the opportunity to sample some of the delectable Ramadan spread offered by Hotel Royal and here’s some not to be missed dishes should you decide to break fast over there this Ramadan.

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Appetizers spread; an assortments of Kerabu like Kerabu Isi Ayam, Kerabu Daging.

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Rojak Buah

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Assorted jeruk

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Five selection of fresh and healthy Ulam-Ulaman Kampung.

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Assorted sambals

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Various rotational gulai and rendang to go with plain rice or flavoured.

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Spotted at the action stalls, grilled fishes that’s all wrapped up in banana leaf.

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Special Kambing Bakar

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Mandy Rice

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Keep a lookout on the noodle station where there will be rotational noodle dishes from the Northern regions like Laksa, Mee Udang, Mee Rebus and many more.

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If you are already in the mood for Eid, do give these ketupat, lemang and serunding a go.

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Another must try is their soup. Their Sup Gearbox is definitely something you would want to have in your bowl.

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Sup Ekor will surely spike your palate to another notch.

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Good old chicken soup

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Fruits to cleanse your palate

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Refreshingly sweet Ais Kacang, ready to be customized

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Desserts in the form of traditional Malay kuih.

The Lambaian Selera Utara Ramadan Buffet is priced at RM75nett per person and RM32nett per child. Guests who would like to enjoy Ramadan Buffet at RM50nett per person can purchase vouchers priced at RM55nett per person.

Interesting thing to note about Lambaian Selera Utara in Hotel Royal is that there will be performances by Kelly Azman and Ani Mayuni will be performing together throughout the Ramadan Buffet in Ramadan.

For more information, call Makan2 Coffee House outlet at: 03-2148 6888 ext 2855.

Ramadan Buffet 2016: Selera Desa-Nostalgia 60an, Saffron Brasserie of AnCasa Hotel & Spa, Kuala Lumpur

Looking for something heartwarming and nostalgic to break your fast with this coming Ramadan? Well, head over to Saffron Brasserie, AnCasa Hotel&Spa Kuala Lumpur for some 60s favourites. Saffron Brasserie is offering traditional dishes that is the late Tan Sri P.Ramlee’s favourites. Most Malaysians grew up with P.Ramlee’s film and now it is time to travel back to the past and eat what he used to eat.

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As this is a buffet, I wouldn’t exactly go in depth on each dishes offered but will guide through on what you shouldn’t miss at the Ramadan buffet that Saffron Brasserie will be offering, as the buffet spread is really huge and you can’t possibily eat everything offered in one sitting.

Here’s some dishes that I think should not be missed at the buffet:

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Nasi Mandi and Kambing Golek as well as their specialty fish dish.

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Chicken skewers

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A closer look at the delicious chicken skewers

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Assorted flavoured rice which surely temp you more than just a plate.

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Assorted traditional curries and rendangs to go with your flavoured rice.

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Not to be missed traditional dish which is a star sensation at the Selera Desa-Nostalgia 60an is the Nasi Kerabu.

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A closer look at the Nasi Kerabu

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An assortment of side dishes for Nasi Kerabu.

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Sup Setapak, one of the late P.Ramlee’s favourite and I was told that the soup is to die for.

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A selection of Yong Taufoo

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A selection of appetizers in the form of ulams, jeruk and keropok.

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Apom balik stall

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Perfectly done Apom Balik

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The traditional kuihs is also not to be missed.

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An assortment of traditional Malay kuih.

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Putu piring is definitely a must try. It is pretty much rare in Kuala Lumpur and not many sellers could produce good ones, and these are definitely heavenly.

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While you are enjoying your meal, you will be entertained with music from the 60’s which does include some of the late P.Ramlee’s numbers. Basically, not only the food is good but the ambiance is relaxing and nostalgic as well.

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And here’s a team of chefs who will be responsible for your gastronomic pleasure.

Located within 10-mins walking distance of Central Market dan ChintaTown, Ancasa Hotel & Spa, Kuala Lumpur is definitely a perfect place for weary travelers who seeks some satisfying iftar this coming Ramadan.

Selera Desa-Nostalgia 60an is offering early birds voucher at the price of RM58 until May 31, 2016. Normal price RM68net (adult) and RM40net (kids).

For bookings and inquiries please call 03-20266060 ext. 7703 or toll-free line 1-300-88-0032.

Ramadan Buffet 2016: Ramadan Selera Kampung, Chatz Brasserie, PARKROYAL Kuala Lumpur

Feeling rather nostalgic and wants some homey dishes that will remind you of your grandma’s cooking? There is plenty of hotels in Kuala Lumpur offering kampung themed buffet for iftar, but if you are a huge fan of rendang and curries, head over to Chatz Brasserie, PARKROYAL KL as their theme of chefs are all geared up to indulge your rendang cravings where a daily highlights of 12 rendangs from originating from different states of Malaysia will be served for your gastronomic pleasure.

Again, as this is a buffet and it is impossible for me to sample everything in one sitting, I will just highlight what’s not to be missed and what must be tried at the buffet.

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Sooth your empty tummy with assorted sweet dates flown all the way from Middle East.

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Quench your thirst with refreshing drinks. A must try: Air Janda Pulang and Cendol.

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Assorted jeruk as appetizer

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Fresh ulams to go with sambals

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Assorted salted fishes and salted eggs to go with both plain rice and flavoured rice.

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Keep a lookout on the flavoured rice section of the buffet. Flavoured rice is on rotation daily, so you can expect to be served different kind of rice dish daily.

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Must try: Assorted rendangs ranging from Rendang Manis Puyuh, Rendang Kuning Paru, Rendang Berempah Rusa, Rendang Kupang Pedas, Rendang Ayam Lengkuas, Sabah-Nissu Likuk, Rendang Daging Tok, Rendang Daging Kalio, Rendang Hati Johor, Rendang Ikan, Rendang Ketam, Rendang Ayam Nogori and Masak Hitam Sarawak.

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Not to be missed: Ayam Percik

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Ketupat daun palas and lemang to go with serunding ayam.

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Sup Tulang

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Bubur Lambuk

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Nasi Ayam Hainan stall is also available, so if you are a fan of chicken rice, do ask for a plate or two. Chatz Brasserie’s chicken rice is pretty authentic and to die for.

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Roasted lamb can be found outdoor, along with other live action stalls.

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Satay stall

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Char Koayteow Stall

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Chinese noodle stall

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The Char Koayteow is delectable and.is definitely a highly recommended item in the buffet.

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The Goreng-Goreng stall featuring Penang Lorbak and other assorted fried stuff.

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Penang Lorbak

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The Apom Balik and Pancake stall

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Apom Balik in the making

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Apom balik

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Waffles

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Pancakes

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Assorted traditional Malay kuih is also available for your gastronomic pleasure.

Overall, Ramadan Selera Kampung at Chatz Brasserie is pretty generous with the selection and definitely highly recommended to those who would like a rewarding iftar after a long day fasting.

Ramadan Selera Kampung at Chatz Brasserie is available from 6 June 2016 to 5 July 2016, from 6.30pm to 10.30pm. With unlimited flow of juice and soft drinks, the buffet is priced at RM128nett per pax, RM208nett for 2 pax, RM298nett for 3 pax, RM392 for 4 pax and RM95nett per pax for 5 to 100 pax. Early birds enjoy the buffet at RM88nett per pax with advance payment made before 31 May 2016. Special savings also applies to selected bank cardmembers.

Prior reservation is required for all promotions. For reservation of enquiries, please call 03-2147 0088 or email [email protected]

Ramadan Buffet 2016: Traditional Malaysian Flavours and All You Can Eat Durian at TEMPTationS, Renaissance Kuala Lumpur

After a long day of fasting during the month of Ramadan from 7 June to 6 July 2016, bond with family and friends at TEMPTationS over a sumptuous feast of more than 100 Malaysian favorite dishes plus typical traditional dishes normally enjoyed during the buka puasa.

From the authentic local selection of kerabu, jeruk and sambal to the various types of specially prepared rice such as Nasi minyak, Nasi hujan panas and Nasi bukhari to an array of gulai, the buka puasa spread is inspired to please every palate.

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Jeruk

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Ulam-Ulaman and assorted Sambal

All time buka puasa favorites include Gado-gado, Rojak buah, Pasembor, assorted crackers, pickled fruits and not forgetting the daily Roasted whole lamb with percik sauce and grilled vegetable along with the must-have Bubur lambuk that will be available every evening throughout the fasting month.

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Assorted flavoured rice

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Delightful curries and rendang to go with your rice.

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Bubur Lambuk

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Lemang and serunding

At the live action stations, chefs will be dishing out à la Kampung style ikan bakar accompanied by its hot and spicy sauces and juicy chicken and beef satays with its classic peanut sauce. The noodle station offers Laksa Johor, Laksa Penang, Laksa Kelantan or Nyonya Laksa.

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Noodle station’s must try: Laksa

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Live action stall: Grilled fishes

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Freshly grilled fishes

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Satays is also available for your takings

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Diners can also feast on the king of fruits durian, after sating their appetites at the buffet.

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Tantalizing, creamy durians

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Fresh seasonal local fruits

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A meal would not be complete without a sweet ending. The dessert selection offers a variety of Malay kuih, whole cakes, puddings and ice cream.

The Buka Puasa Buffet is priced at RM145nett per person and half price for children from 6 to 12 years old. For only RM170nett per person, durian lovers can enjoy both the Buka Puasa Buffet as well as the all-you-can-eat D24 durian. Those who would like to enjoy the D24 durian only may do so at RM99nett per person.

Early birds will also enjoy great savings as the buffet is priced at RM145nett per person inclusive of all-you-can-eat durian and RM110nett per person for the Buka Puasa Buffet only from 7 June to 12 June and 1 July to 5 July 2016.

Located in the East Wing Lobby Level of the Renaissance Kuala Lumpur Hotel, TEMPTationS Buka Puasa Buffet is available daily from 6.30pm to 10.30pm daily throughout the month of Ramadan.

For restaurant reservations and to discover more, please call 03 2716 9388 or email [email protected]

All prices or charges are inclusive of 10% Service Charge and 6% Goods & Services Tax (GST).

Ramadan Buffet 2016: Kampung Dining Experience, JW Marriott Kuala Lumpur

Looking for a relaxing and romantic place to break your fast this coming Ramadan? Been abstaining from smoking for the whole day but could not find a smoker friendly and an open air restaurant that allows you to both smoke and eat at the same time?

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Well, I don’t condone smoking but if you are looking for such option, you may want to consider breaking fast at the poolside in JW Marriott Kuala Lumpur where you can do both.

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Poolside dining

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The Poolside (Level 6) and the Starhill Conference Center (Level 4) at JW Marriott Kuala Lumpur will be transformed into a Ramadan bazaar, replicating a kampung ambience. Aside from the spectacular set up and displays to reminisce the nostalgia of breaking fast in a traditional village setting, the main highlight of the evening is the scrumptious menu.

Staying traditional with a heritage theme, the Ramadhan Buffet will feature 138 of the most popular and classic Malay dishes customarily served during Ramadhan.

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For those who yearn for the traditional kampung experience, the Gerai Makanan Tradisi dan Selera Kampung highlights unique and special Malay dishes from different states. Dishes include Tongkeng Ayam Goreng Bercili, Daging Salai Masak Lemak Bachang and Kupang Masak Rampai.

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The extensive spread of authentic Malay cuisine includes the ever popular Malay Ulam or salad selection such as Petai, Kacang Botol, and Ulam Raja.

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Local dressings such as Sambal Belacan, Cincaluk, Budu and Tempoyak is also available.

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Local appetizers that are sure to whet the appetite are Acar Buah and Acar Jelateh.

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Noodle stall

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Must try local favourite: Bihun Sup

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Not to be missed at the buffet; Roti Canai and a side of Kari Ayam

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Assorted local fruits

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Assorted traditional desserts and cakes

JW Marriott Kuala Lumpur offers a very laid back iftar and if this is what you are looking for, heqd over there with family and friends from 7.00 pm to 10.30 pm, from June 6 to July 5, 2016.

Guests who book with full payment made before June 1, 2016 will enjoy the early bird promotion where the buffet is priced at MYR75 nett per person at the Conference Center and MYR85 nett per person at the Poolside.

Bookings made from June 1, 2016 are priced at MYR88 nett per person at the Conference Center and MYR98 nett per person at the Poolside. For reservations, please contact the hotel at +60 3 2719 8666 or email: [email protected] for an authentic kampung dining experience this Ramadhan.

Things You Should Consider Before Making An Investment

I had quite a conversation with a fellow Facebooker a couple of days ago. It was regarding handling the escalating cost of living in the city. In that particular heated discussion, many recommended people to be thrifty and lead a frugal lifestyle, which I find rather shallow.

To be honest, earning more money to raise your standard of living via smart investment is easier than scrimping and saving. Merely saving and keeping the money stagnant in the savings account will not help you to improve your financial situations, but proper investments will help to generate more revenues to sustain a higher standard of living.

Applying strategy before making in any form of investment is very important to avoid unnecessary risks and loss. Here’s a couple of things that I would like to highlight before making an investment:

Knowing your target investment: You must do your homework and research before deciding on the form of investment that you would like to take. Don’t jump the bandwagon just because certain form of investments like Forex is a trend, or just because someone coax you to do so, but make investment because it can really be profitable to you in the long rub.

Return of investments: Decide on whether you want a long term investment or a short term investment.

Know your limit: Count your figures and set a limit to your investment. It must not be 60% more than your monthly income. Investing 10% of your income is good, 30% of your income would be better. But whatever amount you decide, do not gamble and play it safe, especially if you are investing in the share market.

Consult the experts: Consult the experts before making any big investment. Risks is always there when it comes 5o investing your money, but never ever make a decision without consulting the experts beforehand and ensure that your cash flow is healthy.

Consider making a personal loan: Consider making a personal loan if you would like to invest big. Some may advice against this but if you play it right, it is a calculated risk that could fetch you an optimal revenue. There are plenty of website that you can lookup should you consider making a personal loan. One of it is this one: http://www.personalloan.com.my/. This website is not only user friendly and easy to navigate both via desktop and mobile but is packed with all the information that you need if you are considering to apply a personal loan, so do look them up.

Saving money for the rainy days is good, but why opt to live a frugal life instead of investing and making more money to raise the standard of living? Do give it a thought, and whatever you do, I wish you all the best in your financial endeavour.

Wesak Day Celebration and Dumpling Festival at Resorts World Genting

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In conjunction with Wesak Day celebration, the Genting Buddhist Group has organized a number of prayers and activities for Buddhists at the Genting International Convention Centre (GICC) Meeting Room 7 to 12 of First World Hotel from 20 to 21 May 2016.

The Genting Buddhist Group has invited Venerable Xing Ji from KL, to conduct a two-day Wesak Day ceremony. An exhibition will be held in GICC to mark the start of Wesak Celebration on 20 May 2016, followed by the presentation of Buddha’s Relic. Venerable Kong Yung Zhong will also be giving a “Dharma Discourse” after the event.  On Wesak Day (21 May 2016), a whole day event is planned from 7.00am to 8.45pm, starting with morning prayers. The celebration rundown that day is as follow:- 7.00am            7.45am            11.00am          3.30pm            4.15pm            8.30pm            8.45pm            Morning Chanting Meditation Offering to Buddha Individual & Mass Family Refuge Taking in the Triple Gem Evening Chanting Lighting of Lamp Bathing of Buddha Ceremony The Bathing of Buddha Ceremony that symbolizes the elimination of the three evils of Greed, Hatred and Ignorance will mark the end of the two-day Wesak Day Celebration. 

Visitors are encourage to participate in the Buddha bathing ceremonies.  This ceremony is also held at the Chin Swee Temple, 13th Floor Sky Terrace on 14th and from 19th all the way to 22 May 2016 between 8 am and 6 pm.

Besides prayers, Genting Buddhist Group is also conducting a fund raising campaign for Pahang – Mentakab Dialysis Centre. The Centre provides free Dialysis care for poor community of all races.

During this Wesak Day Celebration, Genting Buddhist Group pledges to the public to contribute to Dhamagiri Orphanage Centre to help fund their monthly expenses totaling RM30,000.   For more information, please call Mr. TC Lim at 012-3968 163.

Savour  the Delightful Taste of Tradition with Nestlé Aiskrim Potong

With the tagline “Ukir Senyuman dengan Sepotong Kenangan ” (Savour  the Delightful Taste of Tradition) Nestle aims to create happy family moments by reliving tradition, Nestle launched their new, all time Malaysian Favourites Aiskrim.

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It comes in the local Classic flavours such as the Sirap Bandung and Coconut Gula Sago Melaka in the form of “ice cream potong” which is one of the first in Malaysia.

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Nestle Aiskrim TRADISI Potong is available in hypermarkets and supermarkets nationwide and it comes in multipack of 8 stick per pack at an affordable price of RM 7.90. Comes with the variants of Sirap Bandung, Gula Melaka or even Red Bean depending your preference.

 For more information, you may visit their website HERE

Get Chic, Get Fashionable, Get Comfy with TedMonster Tees

If you have been following my blog, you would probably realized by now that I’m not an indoor person and and I’m somewhat picky with the clothing that I choose whenever I’m having a trip with my family.

More often than not, I like to dress up comfortably without sacrificing the style. It’s quite a challenge, to be honest, especially if I’m looking for something people don’t commonly look for in a T-shirt, which is comfort, style, durability and easy to care for.

There are plenty of online shops selling tees, but not all of them are trustworthy in terms of quality. But there is one, however that caught my attention; TEDAWAY.

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TEDAWAY is an online portal that put ideas into reality. They aim to create the best customized design which complement the unique identity of each event, brand or individual. A plus point? Their clothing line are of high quality apart from very comfortable and easy to care for.

Producing exclusive designs with the label TEDMONSTER by talented young designers, they are currently offering tees and couple tees exclusively for Jay Chou’s fans who will probably look forward to his upcoming concert in Malaysia this coming August 2016.

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Comfy and stylish tees

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Exclusively designed

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Chic and easy to care for shirts

So, if you are a fan of Jay Chou, and looking for something comfy, stylish and exclusive to wear at the concert, you might wanna head over there and buy a shirt or two.

Or, if you are not a fan and yet looking for a company to design shirts for your brand or events, you might wanna consider TEDMONSTER by TEDAWAY.

For more information on making orders or enquiries on bulk purchases, hop over here:

TedAway.com
Tedmi Malaysia (1091554-P)
21-3A, Richmond Kiara 3,
Jalan Kiara 3,
50480 Mont Kiara,
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Telephone: +603 – 6242 0627
Email: [email protected]

Operation Hours: Monday – Friday, 11am – 7pm (Except for Public Holidays

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