Mother’s Day High Tea Buffet at The Armada Petaling Jaya Hotel

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In honour of mothers everywhere, the Armada Petaling Jaya is giving mom a culinary and musical treat on Sunday, 8th May 2016 that sees a decadent hi-tea spread and a powerful vocalist to set the tone for this special day.

Mothers will be spoilt for choices with their special Mothers Day Hi-Tea promotion. The whole family can feast on all-time local favorites such as Gado-Gado, Roti Durian, Tossed Wantan Noodle With Bbq Chicken, Loh Bah, Beancurd Chicken Roll, Teo Chew Braised Duck, Fish Head Curry, Sotong Kangkung, and an assortment of Malaysian Traditional Kuih. For those with a more international taste bud, do try the Seafood Pie, Pan-seared Pollo with Garlic Sauce, the incredibly creamy and delicious Cream of Spanish Chicken Soup and many more.

Adding to the excitement and back by popular demand, entertaining mothers for the day is Alfred Ho, dubbed the Stevie Wonder of Malaysia who could do almost perfect imitations of a range of singers, including Elvis Presley, Cliff Richard, Engelbert Humperdink, and Pat Boone. Moms are bound to appreciate and reminisce as they are transported back in time on a nostalgic journey throughout the years.

Book your seats early and have a food and music filled family gathering through our splendid Mothers Day promotion and rejoice to the fullest.

MOTHERS DAY HIGH-TEA BUFFET
Sunday, 8th May 2016, 12noon  4.00pm
Live Performance by Alfred Ho
RM 75+ per adult | RM 55+ senior citizen | RM 38+ per child

For reservations and inquiries, please call (03) 7954 6888 ext. 4557.

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Fun Things To Do in Taman Negara Pahang

Taman Negara is located in Jerantut, Pahang and is well known for it’s well preserved flora and fauna and is offering a full blown eco-escapade experience to outdoor activity lovers where you can opt to trek the jungle, explore a cave, cruise the river with a boat or even visit the indegenious settlement.

Getting to Taman Negara can be quite tricky for tourists as there is no direct express or intercity transport to Taman Negara. You can get to Taman Negara by driving or by bus from any cities or towns in Malaysia.

Most of the resorts, guest house, chalets and hostels in Kuala Tahan are located within the walking distance from the bus stop. But some resorts would require a short boat ride before you can reach the place. Do check you resort’s exact location prior to arrival.

The public bus services is the cheapest way to get to Taman Negara, but if you want a full blown experience, we would recommend you to ride a boat from Kuala Tembeling to Taman Negara. The boat ride will take about 3 hours before you can reach Taman Negara.

9 Things You Must Do in Taman Negara:

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1. Boatride to Taman Negara

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2. Jungle nightwalk and animal watching at Tahan Hide

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3. 4×4 off-roading trip

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4. Midnight fishing

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5. Batik painting at Kuala Tahan

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6. Canopy walk

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7. Rapids Shooting

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8. Riverside walking

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9. Visit the Bateq Tribe in the Indegenious Settlement at Kg. Dedari, Kuala Tahan, Pahang.

Han Travel provides one of the best transportation and accommodation arrangement to Taman Negara, so look them up for fuss free experience in Taman Negara at an affordable price.

You can also visit www.rainforestresort.net for more information.

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Accomodation in Taman Negara Pahang

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Han Rainforest Resort is the largest resort in Taman Negara.The place is located quite far from town area but it is highly convenient to stay here as there’s a cafe, convenience shop and even a spa in the vicinity of the resort.

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Han Rainforest Resort

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The reception. Apart from being a place for receiving guests, this is also is a place where you gather with your groups or book your tour.

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The standard room is pretty basic, with two single beds.

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The vanity table. Sockets can also be found for all your electronic needs.

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The shower

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Han Travel provides one of the best transportation and accommodation arrangement to Taman Negara, so look them up for fuss free experience in Taman Negara at an affordable price.

You can also visit www.rainforestresort.net for more information.

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Things To Do In Genting Highlands in December 2015

Fancy celebrating a little bit of a white Christmas up in Genting Highlands? Here’s what Team E.T.A would recommend you to do:

1. Watch Alvin& The Chipmunks. They are having a mini Christmas Concert in Genting Highlands. For details refer to the info below:

Venue: Times Square Stage, First World Plaza

Showtimes:
12.00pm – 12.30pm 
5.30pm – 6.00pm 
7.00pm – 7.30pm
No show on Monday

Christmas live show will be ongoing from 1st December 2015 till 1st January 2016 in Resorts World Genting. It is a must-watch family Christmas concert for the festive month.

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Alvin and the gang performing

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There’s also a meet and greet session after the mini concert, so be sure to take a selfie or two or even get the professional photographer to take a family photo for you to keep.

2. Spoil yourselves at Coffee Terrace

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It’s Christmas here in Coffee Terrace, Genting Highlands. Christmassy deco can be seen from the entrance.

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The usual stalls like Flavours of Malaysia, Chinese, Western, Western Asian and Japanese Cuisine is available as usual in addition of special Christmas offerings consisting of colorful pastries, candies & sweets, such as miniature pasties, pineapple cookies, orea, chocolate chips, homemade tartlets, assorted cake, jellies & pudding, freshly baked pudding, assorted mousse, chocolate fountain for marshmallow [heart shape, twist, flower], jelly bean, mini smarty, kiwi jelly rainbow twist, kiwi jelly twist, kiwi jelly cube, gummy apple ring, gummy black currant ring, gummy cola, gummy peach ring, color meringue and not forgetting popcorn, cotton candies, crispy pan cake, assorted ice cream, ice kacang and cendol are available from the individual food station.

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Salad bar

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Popcorn stall is one of it the Christmas treats.

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Live action stall for crepes

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Ais Kacang booth

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Candy floss booth

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Chocolate fountain

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Candies and gummies

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Assorted ice creams

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Assorted cakes and pastries

Check out below for your dining reference:

ESCAPE TO WONDERLAND

Date : 1 December 2015 to 3 January 2016 

12.00 nn to 2.30 pm – Buffet Lunch
5.00 pm to 9.30 pm – Buffet Dinner 

Buffet Lunch
RM 55.00 nett [adult] ; RM 20.00 nett [child]
Buffet Dinner
RM 88.00 nett [adult] ; RM 35.00 [child] 

CHRISTMAS & NEW YEAR PROMOTION

24 & 31 December 2015 -Buffet Dinner
25 December 2015 & 1 January 2016  [Buffet Lunch & Dinner]

12.00 nn to 2.30 pm [Buffet Lunch]
5 .00 pm to 9.30 pm [Buffet Dinner]

 RM 98.00 nett [adult] ; RM 49.00 [child] 

 HI TEA

Date : 5, 6, 12, 13, 19, 20, 26 & 27 December 2015

3.30 pm to 4.30 pm

RM 30.00 nett [adult] ; RM 15.00 nett [child]

For bookings and enquiries, and also family holiday packages, click HERE

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Hotels.com Unveils Local Travel Trends & Insights Kuala Lumpur ranked No.1 by Inbound Travellers

As Malaysians gear up for the upcoming end-of-year holiday season, Hotels.com unveiled local travel trends and insights based on the Hotels.com Hotels Price Index (HPI®) report. The HPI is respected as the definitive report on hotel prices paid around the world and is used as a reference tool by the media, hoteliers, financial analysts, investors, tourism bodies and academics.

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As a leading online accommodation booking website, Hotels.com™ publishes the HPI® report twice a year. It is a regular report based on movements in hotel prices in major destinations across the world. The findings of the HPI are based on on bookings made on Hotels.com sites, and prices shown are those actually paid by customers on a per room/per night basis including taxes and fees, rather than advertised rates.

In a media luncheon with local media yesterday, Nelson Allen, Senior Marketing Director, Asia Pacific for the Hotels.com brand said, “As one of the leading destinations in Asia, Malaysia is and has always been a key market for Hotels.com, for both in and out bound travellers.”

For two consecutive years (2014 H1 & 2015 H1), the city of Kuala Lumpur ranked No.1 as the popular destination by inbound travellers from all over the world. From a mix of tourist activities, cultural and heritage diversity to gastronomic offerings, Malaysia has much to offer be it for local or foreign travellers. Other local destinations that are also popular among inbound holidaymakers are Penang, Langkawi, Kota Kinabalu and Malacca.

Overall, travellers were paying an average of RM306 per night for hotels in Malaysia in the first half of 2015. Among all travellers, travellers from Switzerland were spending the most (RM 425) on average hotel price paid in Malaysia, followed by Norway (RM 402), United Kingdom (RM 391), and two Asia countries – Hong Kong (RM 381) and South Korea (RM 378).

Top destinations in Malaysia for  travellers from overseas (2015 H1)

Ranking Destination

1. Kuala Lumpur
2. Penang
3. Langkawi
4. Kota Kinabalu
5. Malacca
6. Johor Bahru
7. Kuching
8.Tanah Rata
9.Genting Highlands
10. Ipoh

Top spender for Malaysia hotels (2015 H1)

Ranking travellers from average hotel price paid per night (2015 H1)

1. Switzerland -RM 425
2. Norway- RM 402
3. United Kingdom-RM 391
4. Hong Kong- RM 381
5. South Korea-RM 378

The recent softening of the Ringgit clearly has an impact on local destinations. Subsequently, Malaysians are also noticeably getting back to their roots when it comes to planning vacations.

The softening of Ringgit doesn’t necessarily mean a higher cost of travel. The HPI findings shared at the luncheon was a report conducted between January to June 2015, also revealed that there was a steady drop in hotels prices paid by Malaysians in the UAE, France, Macau, as well as Malaysians’ all time favourite – Bangkok, Indonesia, Singapore, and Hong Kong. This could be attributed to more Malaysians using online and mobile applications for their travel planning.

Top  destinations for travellers from Malaysia (2015 H1)

Ranking Destination

1. Bangkok
2. Singapore
3. Bali
4. Hong Kong
5. Phuket
6. Melbourne
7. Krabi
8. Seoul
9. Tokyo
10.Taipei

Overseas destinations with the highest percentage decreases of
hotel price paid by travellers from Malaysia (2015  H1)

Ranking destination percentage decreases.(2015 H1)

1. United Arab Emirates -36%
2. France -21%
3. Singapore -18%
4. Indonesia -12%
5. Macau- 12%
6. Thailand-7%
7. Hong Kong -4%

Hotels.com offers a wide range of hotel choices with the best price guaranteed, and has 17million qualified guest reviews. It also has over 85 websites in over 35 languages with a multi-lingual hotlines, for ease of booking an accommodation at any time. For holidaymakers planning an impromptu trip, Hotels.com will always have 20,000 last minute deals up for grab at the very last minute.

For gadget aficionados, Hotels.com app is also available on Apple and Android wearable devices, and gives the user full access to booking details, directions to hotels, plus reminds you about check-in and check-out information.

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Explore Selangor: Eco Murai Rimba

Fancy camping but not quite adventurous enough to get down and dirty? Try glamping. Glamping or “glamorous camping” pairs destinations with the intimacy of camping and the world of luxury travel.
Glamping accommodations vary but, the most common types of glamping includes, airstreams, trailers, barns, farmhouses, cabins, pods, domes, cubes, eco lodges, huts, yurts, tents, tipis, villas and tree houses.

Most glamping accommodations are quite on the pricey side, but here’s introducing a budget glamping accommodation in Selangor; Eco Murai Rimba.

Check out the video. Team E.T.A has been to Eco Murai Rimba and we thought it is a perfect place for a retreat or for those who wants to try camping experience but reluctant to put up with the discomfort of sleeping in an uncomfortable campsite.

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Eco Murai Rimba is located somewhere by the riverside in Batang Kali, Selangor. It takes about just 45 minutes drive from Kuala Lumpur.

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There is a total of 9 rooms here.

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All rooms are equipped with Queen sized bed and could accommodate 2pax. Additional bedding can be requested to accommodate an extra person in the room.

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Family room is also available.

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This family room can accommodate up to 4-5 pax and it have great view as it is facing riverside.

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There are no toilets in all of the rooms. The restrooms are located outside and is public sharing basis. Washing lines is provided for your convenience.

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Common area for leisure

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Kitchen/dining area

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As Eco Murai Rimba is located just by the riverside, water activities is highly recommended.

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But swim at your own risk and take precaution always as the water stream can be pretty strong.

A room for 2 pax in Eco Murai Rimba costs RM150 per night, inclusive of breakfast.

For current promotions, room bookings and reservations, please refer to the information below:

Eco Murai Rimba
B66, Jalan Lama Genting,
Sungai Pinang,
44300 Batang Kali,
Selangor.
Telephone:012-2505507 & 014-6355081
Email:[email protected]
Facebook: https://facebook.com/EcoMuraiRimba

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Feast like royalty on Dim Sum at The Emperor, Grand Dorsett Subang

In conjunction with Dorsett Grand Subang’s 6th anniversary, The Emperor will extend its celebrated All-You-Can-Eat Dim Sum for lunch on weekdays, every Tuesday to Saturday starting 1 September to 30 November 2015.

Tuck into an all-you-can-eat experience from a customized menu specially curated by our Dim Sum masterchef. Savour delightful morsels of delicately handcrafted signature Dim Sum from The Emperor’s Dim Sum, Wok and Dessert selections.

Feast like royalty on Dim Sum classics such as Steamed “Siew Mai” Emperor Style and fluffy Steamed BBQ Chicken buns. Both variations are delectable with power packed tasty goodness that leaves you wanting more.

Elevate your palate with delectable dishes such as Sautéed Cuttlefish coated with Oriental Butter Sauce, or Wok-Fried Shelled Prawns with Lemongrass and Curry Leaf – bite in to crisp and succulent prawns fused with tinge of spiciness and tang.

End on a sweet note with refreshing Chinese desserts such as Chilled Honeydew Melon with Sago, Mango Pudding and Royal Herb Jelly to cool your palate after a hearty meal.

Here’s a sneak peak on some of the Dim Sum that’s definitely worth your calories. I would highly recommend these:

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Double Boil Pitaya Yellow Flower with Dried Scallop Soup

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Steamed Dim Sum Variation: Steamed “Siew Mai” Emperor Style, Steamed “Extra Ordinary” Sauce Chives Dumpling, Steamed Prawn Dumpling with Coriander Steamed Squid Ink Bun with Salted Egg Custard.

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Deep-fried Dim Sum Variation: Deep-fried Yam Dumpling, Deep-fried Prawn Dumpling with salad, Deep-fried Vegetarian Spring Roll.

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Sauteed Mixed Vegetables “Teo Chew” Style with Macadamia Nuts.

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Braised “Eu-Fu” Noodles with Crab Meat and Chives

The Emperor remains an award-winning restaurant, specialising in Cantonese cuisine headed by our Executive Chef Loh Jiunn Voon and his team of culinary masters such as Dim Sum masterchef, Chef Ang; who oversees the Dim Sum daily operations at The Emperor.

All-You-Can-Eat Dim Sum Lunch is priced at RM78.00 nett per person (minimum of TWO persons) and is available from Tuesday to Saturday. Family Dim Sum Brunch at The Emperor is available every Sunday and public holidays and is one of the top choices in the city.

Operation hours are from 12.00noon to 2.30pm for lunch, 6.00pm to 10.00pm for dinner and 10.30am to 2.30pm for lunch and 6.00pm to 10.00pm on Sundays and Public Holidays.

For enquires or reservation please call 03-5031 6060 ext. 1954. Visit Dorsett Grand Subang’s website for more information at www.dorsetthotels.com/malaysia/subang and don’t forget to “Like” them at https://www.facebook.com/DorsettGrandSubang

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Halal Mooncakes by Grand Dorsett Subang

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In celebration of the Mid-Autumn festival, Dorsett Grand Subang introduces the tradition of mooncake crafting, with its highly anticipated selection of mooncakes. This year, the hotel offers a selection of HALAL certified mooncakes that will offer its Muslim guests a peace of mind when consumed.

Mooncakes are a traditional staple during Mid-Autumn festival which occurs between the month of August and September every year. During the Yuan Dynasty, mooncakes were used by the Chinese to plan a rebellion against Mongol government.

A total of 11 types of mooncakes will be available for purchase, the traditional baked mooncakes and the snowskin variant of the mooncakes.

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The traditional baked mooncakes.

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The crystal skin variety of mooncakes.

A must try ncluding the signature Honey Dragon Fruit mooncake. The unique flavour of Honey Dragon Fruit comes in both baked and crystal skin variations, handcrafted by master chefs.

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Honey Dragon Fruit mooncake, crystal skin

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Honey Dragon Fruit mooncake, baked version.

The exotic dragonfruit is high in both antioxidants and Vitamin C hence, making it less of a guilty pleasure for guests who are health conscious.

For guests who are keeping track of their sugar levels, Dorsett Grand Subang offers low-sugar variations for its baked mooncakes.

“Jewels of Mid-Autumn’ is available from 4th August to 27th September and prices start from RM24.00 nett. Guests who purchase four pieces of mooncakes and above receive exclusively designed mooncake gift box.

For bulk purchase, 15% discount is given for 10-29 boxes purchased; and 30% discount for 30 boxes and above purchased. Dorsett Prestige Club members will receive 20% discount on all mooncakes purchases. The rates and 10% service charge are inclusive of 6% GST rate.

For orders and enquiries, please call 03-50316060 or visit www.dorsetthotels.com/malaysia/subang

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Behind The Scene Tour

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I went to Genting for Behind the Scene Tour with my parents and blogger friends last Sunday. It is an interactive tour that shows you how some things are operated in Genting. Everyone else takes the bus but since our house is quite near go Genting, my papa drove up instead. When we arrived, we were greeted by a group of Genting staff and Miss Irene, the cute PR lady personally lead us to our first stop, the huge laundry room in First World Hotel.

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First World Laundry

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It is a very hot and uncomfortable place

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We get to see staff hard at work, cleaning dirty clothes and bedsheets by using very big machines.

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Clean clothes, ready to be sent to customers.

Our next stop is : See, Do& Eat Interactive Workshop. Here, participants of the tour were given a chance to make sushi bento or decorate cupcakes or doughnut. Since I don’t like to eat rice, I chose to decorate my own doughnut instead.

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Everyone is busy making their doughnut after being shown how to do if by the chef.

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Doughnut for everyone. It is sliced into two so that you can put filling of your choice onto it.

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Sliced chocolates, for decoration

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I chose strawberries and cream as fillings and toppings.

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I made this. Simple one. I call it Strawberry Attack. It tasted much better than those we buy in bakeries. :)

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Miss Irene and friends. They joined in and made their own doughnuts to eat too. They are the kind people who bring us around for the tour and let us have fun in Genting. I think, their doughnuts looks better than mine.

After eating the food that we made, Miss Irene brought us to Genting International Showroom. Here, we were shown how lights and music is managed during shows and concert.

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Sound and light engineer showed us how it is done.

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The stage with lights and music.

It was really a fun and happy visit. Thank you Resort World Genting and Miss Irene and friends for taking us to experience this educational tour. Hope to see all of you soon.

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Checking in to First World Hotel

First World Hotel implements a self check in system. Here’s a guide for first timers or those who are not familiar with such procedure:

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There are 2 types of check-in kiosk at First World Hotel Annexe Tower 2 A Lobby. One is grey in and another one is green. There are 2 types of check-in kiosk at First World Hotel Lobby. One is grey in and another one is green in color.  Grey color is Express Self Check-In while Green kioks is for guests who have means made prior bookings at First World Hotel Genting website where they can directly check-in upon arrival and proceed to get their room number and access card.

To check in:

Step 1 : Touch the screen to begin and select your preferred language (English or Mandarin)
Stsp 2 : Identify yourself with MyKad or passport 
Step 3 : Select your booking to check-in. You can also make new reservation if you have not pre-booked in advance 
Step 4: Tap the boxes to select your requests
Step 5 : Proceed to check in and confirm your reservation and payment details 
Step 6 : Select your preferred payment method and confirm the payment (cash or Genting points)
Step 7: Once your payment is successful, press next to proceed for check-in
Step 8: Merge your reservations if required
Step 9 : Select number of room keys required (one card or 2 cards) 
Step 10: Collect your room keys and check-in slip. Check-in is now complete.

Express check in:

Step 1: Scan your MyKad/ Passport (for foreigners) 
Step 2 : Confirm your booking information 
Step 3: Select the number of room keys (1 or 2) and collect access card with receipt.

To check out, simply insert your access card into the check out machine slot.

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