Time flies and it feels like it is just yesterday that we have Ramadhan buffet in some hotels. Recently, special thanks to to Eastern & Oriental Hotel (GPS: 5.42361,100.33472), we were being invited again to bring you sneak preview of upcoming Jamuan Berbuka Puasa buffet dinner.
Occasionally we received emails of some great deals. Instead of keeping them, we decided to share out with our readers. Note that deals usually end fast and old deals may no longer available. This list will be updated whenever we receive new deals for both products and services.
Rushing for school assignment? Hate seeing boss early in the morning or just gather with friends? We spent few days compiling a list of Starbucks outlets in Malaysia and re-organized them into lightweight tabular form for the ease of our readers as a reference.
[PENANG] As a blogger, it was an honor to be invited to G Hotel Kelawai topping off ceremony, witnessed by Chief Minister, Mr. Lim Guan Eng himself on 25th-April-2014.
Ulala~ Most guys probably did not notice the guitarist (and the Macbook), and only found out that this is a live band performance after the show. She is Haidee Lim, a Philippines based in Penang. The band is called Sweet Tone and you can find them in Farquhar’s Bar of Eastern & Oriental (E&O) Hotel from Thursday to Saturdays between 8pm to 11pm from now until 26 April 2014.
Dim Sum – a breakfast I like to enjoy. Recently, I was told that there is a new Dim Sum restaurant at Sungai Petani with new “order then cook” concept – Harbour Palace 港湾皇庭. Without further adieu, we gave this new restaurant a try.
In conjunction with Malaysia’s 56th Independence Day, Ninetology Malaysia has officially launched its Flagship Touch Point at Plaza Low Yat, Malaysia’s Largest IT Lifestyle Mall, on 30 August 2013.
In conjunction with Mid-Autumn Festival, from 12 August to 19 Sep 2013, Eastin Hotel Penang is pleased to offer you a series of Mooncakes made available at hotel lobby daily from 11am – 9pm.
Kizuna 绊 (Chinese: ban4) is a Japanese word meaning “bond”. Today, I introduce you a new Japanese restaurant hidden near Queensbay Mall (Bay Avenue) which share the same name – Kizuna.