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Hotels and restaurants in the Klang Valley have lined up wide array of meals, yee sang and dishes for Chinese New Year.
GUESTS at Royale Chulan Penang are sure to feel an abundance of joy this Chinese New Year as the hotel’s talented chefs have prepared an array of bountiful, festive feasts.
Concorde Hotel Kuala Lumpur Indulge in the festive season with delicious cuisine at Melting Pot Cafe. The Christmas Eve Buffet Dinner is priced at RM138 nett per person, Christmas Eve Supper at RM60 nett per person, Christmas Buffet High Tea Special at RM80 nett per person and Christmas Day Buffet Dinner at RM110 nett per person. Buffet dinner highlights include Roast Turkey with Apple Pecan Nuts Stuffing and Giblet Sauce, Honey-Glazed Meatloaf with Clove and Pineapple, Roast Duck with Cauliflower Puree and Honey Orange Sauce, Freshwater Prawn Thermidor, Singapore Style Chilli Mud Crab and Lamb Shank Briyani. For reservations, call 03-2717 2233.
BEACH Blanket Babylon – the only beach bar in George Town, Penang – is a great place for those wanting to kick back and chill out.
The unruly Chinese tourists seen in viral videos are only a small portion of the country's 1.3 billion people.
From the rich history to the splendid architecture, Seville is home to beautiful and passionate flamenco dance.
The "terrible twos" are a stage where toddlers struggle between their natural tendencies to cling to their parents and to demand for independence.
A painting, a song, a dance and a novel – these are all forms of expression. So too, is a film as art and literature are all forms of expressions.
At some point, common sense needs to prevail over sensationalised extremist opinions.
English Week at Convent Bukit Nanas (CBN) is more than just a formality. It’s an opportunity for students to express themselves and to learn more about what the language can offer.