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Saturday March 30, 2013 MYT 12:00:00 AM
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Experience the new attraction in Kuantan. Tin Mines in Sungai Lembing is the deepest underground and the longest tin mine in the world. In its glory days, this city was even dubbed the Malay States’ very own El-Dorado as it was here that a special settlement for British officers was located around the Kenau River Valley. Visitors will ride ‘The Minecraft’ to enter the the mine. Tickets available with 50% discount until end of the month. Tickets priced at RM30 per adult and RM15 per child (aged 12 and below). For details, contact 09-541 1480 or Kuantan Municipal Council (MPK) 09-512 1555/1666. (www.sungailembingmines.com.my or www.mpk.gov.my)
Malaysia IT fair will be held in the Berjaya Megamall shopping complex in Kuantan, from 10am-10pm untiltomorrow. It is an IT event where consumers come face to face with innovative technologies in computer hardware and software, digital products, wireless applications, ICT Gadgets, components and solutions from world renowned brands. Drop by and check out the great bargains and chance to win fabulous prizes. Admission is free.
MR BEAN IS HERE
Bring your children and friends to watch this ‘Malaysia’s Mr Bean Fun Time’ event at Atrium I of Kuantan Parade shopping complex, Kuantan at 3pm today. Admission is free.
Mahsa University is holding a preview and walk-in registration in Pahang: tomorrow (March31) and Monday (Apr1) at the Zenith Hotel, Kuantan, in Temerloh at Hotel Seri Malaysa on Tuesday (Apr2) and Apr 3 at the Hotel Jelai in Raub. (time at all locations will be from 1pm-7pm) (www.mahsa.edu.my)
FOR MANDOPOP FANS
Mandopop star Leehom Wang returns to charm his fans with his suave appearance and musical abilities in Genting. He is set perform Music-Man II Round II, an electrifying performance enriched by the interweaving of ‘east-meets- west hip-hop’ pieces with breathtaking dance movements that promises an authentic musical journey. Come see him perform in his superhero alter-ego Music-Man as he enthralls audiences with adrenaline pumping material arts sequence, sizzling dance choreography as well as an exhilarating display of the singer-songwriter’s musical prowess through an array of ‘weapons’ as such the zither, piano, Er-hu, violin, electric guitar and more. Catch him tonight (March 30) at 8.30pm in Arena of Stars.
K-pop fans are invited to Kuantan Parade shopping complex in Kuantan as Juvenile K-Pop dance show will be held at 3pm tomorrow. Admission is free.
Accessible from the KL-Kuantan road, Jerangkang Waterfalls is situated approximately 30 kilometres after Maran. From the car parking lot it’s only a 15-minute walk to the first of the falls – according to locals there are a total of 43 separate waterfalls in Jerangkang. There’s also a lovely campsite that is the perfect spot for an afternoon picnic or an overnight camping trip.
FISH, MEAT AND POULTRY
Selasih Malay Restaurant at Persada Johor International Convention Centre is having fish head curry and briyani rice promotion for lunch from 11.30am until 3pm in April. The fish head curry set is served daily at RM30 ++ for two persons which includes white rice, vegetable of the day, egg omelette, fresh fresh ulam-ulaman and sambal belacan. The beef, chicken and mutton briyani is available on Thursdays and Fridays priced at RM14++, RM12++ and RM16++ per person respectively plus air sirap selasih or mint tea. For reservations, contact: 07- 219 9999 ext 7389 or restaurant manager Zamri Perdziman at 012-739 006.
Island Two Cafe in Kuantan, Pahang offers an assortment of popular Malaysian food and drinks. Savour the all-time favourite and delectable “dim sum” and our latest Crispy Noodles with large Freshwater Prawn in Egg Sauce. Opens from 11.30am to midnight (Mon-Thurs) and 10.30am to midnight (Fri-Sun); More information call 09-5660978.
Having a craving for ayam penyet (crushed chicken) lunch? Then head to Puteri Café at Tanjung Puteri Golf Resort in Pasir Gudang for the lunch promotion on Saturdays and Sundays from noon to 2.30pm. The Indonesian spiced chicken comes with steamed white rice, raw vegetable salad, fried soya bean curd and tempe (fermented soya bean cake) and sambal.
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