Kow Po Coffee Shop is popular for its homemade ice cream. Choose from chocolate, strawberry, vanilla, sweet corn or the more exotic flavours like peanut butter, coconut, durian and pandan that you will not be disppointed. No artificial flavourings and preservatives are used during the ice cream making process as everything is homemade using machines they built themselves during the olden days and also with helped of new machines. Yong tau fu available too. The shop is at Bentong Heights, Bentong in Pahang. (09-222 1258) Opens daily from 10am-7pm and closes on every alternate Monday.
Food lovers if you are in Mentakab, Pahang drop by to the Bendera Resort at Taman Bukit Bendera. Try on their Ikan Patin dishes, Sambal Petai Ikan Bilis, Beancurd with Shredded Crab Meat, Sweet Sour Garupa Fish, Lemon Chicken or Mix Fried Vegetables. (09-298 2828).
Chia Kee, at Restoran Lin Chi Kang (Lorong Sri Kuantan 24) famous for yong tau foo. The family-run stall has been around for 40 years and is regarded as one of the best places in town for yong tau foo. Over 20 types of yong tau foo are on offer, the crunchy fried bean curd skin stuffed with fish paste is one of the most popular. Comes in big pieces and in curry, is sufficiently spicy. The accompanying sweet dipping sauce is quite unusual and seems to have a whiff of alcohol. Open 5.30am-10.30pm, closed on Sundays.
Return to the roots of traditional Italian cusine with Chef Sasharim’s creations. This promotion is priced at RM148++ per person, your unforgettable epicurean journey at Italian Bistro of Hyatt Regency Kuantan on Sept 5. For reservations, call to 09-518 1234.
Covering an area of 121 sq kilometres in the Kenong Valley, Kenong Rimba Park lies in the south-west of Taman Negara. Within the park are some magnificent limestone caves. The sense of tranquility and quiet solitude are broken only by the chirping of birds and the cascading waterfalls. Each limestone cave is situated about half an hour’s trek from each other. The most striking is the Gua Batu Tinggi, which resembles a dug-out boat. The Sungai Kenong River passes though this cave. Local folklore has it that the cave was formed when a boat carrying the King’s messenger from Pekan was turned into stone. This cave is approximately 122 to 152 metres above sea level. Here you can find a variety of plant life that includes orchids, fig trees and epiphytes.
Not getting enough of computing? Head to this Computer Fair at the 0101 IT Centre (opposite the back lane of Berjaya Megamall Shopping Complex), Kuantan which is ongoing until Sept 1 where laptops, computers, GPS, gadgets, computer accessories, smarphones, androids, tablets, cameras, printers, scanners, internet plan and more good stuffs for more amazing great price to be grabbed. Free admission.
Raub Health Department in Pahang is holding the ‘Kem I Want Sihat’ today from 1.30pm to 6pm. Admission is free with many exciting activities such as healthy eating quiz, healthy menu competition, exhibition, health screening, folk games and lucky draws to be won.
Members of public in Kuantan especially Muslims are welcome to the Atrium I and II of Kuantan Parade shopping complex, Kuantan as 12th Islamic Book Fair 2014 is ongoing with great bargains and activities to join in until Sept 7. Admission is free.
Shoppers at Berjaya Megamall shopping complex in Kuantan are welcome to join this Shell FuelSave Challenge 2014 today and tomorrow. Today there will be a special appearance of Shell FuelSave ambassador, actor Fahrin Ahmad at the mall. Free admission.
The public, especially Muslims in Muadzam Shah, Pahang are invited to Auditorium Universiti Tenaga Nasional (Uniten), Muadzam Shah branch campus or known as Kampus Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah for the ‘Forum Perdana 2014’ programme on Sept 3 with famous speakers Ustaz Kazim Elias and Ustazah Asmak Husin at 8.30pm.
The Kumpulan Terus Maju, as part of their Corporate Social Responsibility initiative will launch the Gaza Palestine Relief Fund to help the people of Gaza with collaborate Aqsa Syariff Pahang and Muip today at the compound of Pasar Raya Terus Maju Batu 6, Jalan Gambang, Kuantan at 4.30pm. Members of public are welcome to give support.
Anakku fair is happening at the outlet at Taman Tas in Kuantan where discount up to 50% on selected items while stocks last from 11am until 10pm. Baby products including apparel and toiletries, disposable diapers, feeding equipment, toys, accessories and gift sets are available with great deals.
Perfect Sports in Kuantan is holding a sale until Aug 31 with great bargains on sports attires and equipments. Outlet located at Sri Dagangan II and business hours from 11am-9pm.
Pasaraya Borong Sakan Taman Tas branch in Kuantan (ex-Maybank Taman Tas) is holding the closing shop sale with discount up to 70% on selected items while stocks last. Hurry out to get your favourite items.
Pahang Buddhist Association will be organising a special praying and blessing session in view of the coming public examinations on Sunday from 10am-12noon. It is open to all primary and secondary school students. The session conducted by Bhante Sumana is to give encouragement and confidence to students of the Buddhist faith who will be sitting for their UPSR, PMR, SPM and STPM examinations. For more information, contact its office at 09-573 9644.
An Nur lighting shop at Malay Town, Putra Square in Kuantan is having a warehouse price sale on selected items, while stocks last. Among the products offered include pendant light, chandelier, table lamp, ceiling light, wall light, fans, outdoor pillar light, floor lamp and many more.