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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.
For a change this season, enjoy a cooling Year of the Rat while dining with loved ones at three restaurants up in Genting Highlands.
THOSE planning to head up to Genting Highlands this Chinese New Year season will certainly be on the lookout for restaurants serving up scrumptious meals to keep warm while enjoying the cool weather.
MORE than 150,000 visitors thronged Resorts World Genting from the eve to the second day of Chinese New Year to usher in the Year of the Rooster.
A VISIT to Genting Highlands, for some, is more than just a good day out in the clouds, it is also a great way to enjoy tasty meals with the entire family while taking in the cold climate.
A trip to the highlands led to a discovery of some interesting dishes at two popular Chinese restaurants.
Get a taste of “heavenly food” with Genting Highlands’ three very different MIGF festival menus.
CHEFS from 25 restaurants across the Klang Valley will be making their mark at this year’s edition of the Malaysia International Gourmet Festival (MIGF) with an array of mouth-watering dishes.
Treat your family, friends or business associates to a delectable line-up of festive treats this Chinese New Year as you welcome the Year of the Goat. Choose from creatively designed set menus, buffet meals and a variety of ‘yee sang’.
In conjunction with Chinese New Year this year, DPulze Shopping Centre is organising a Dragon Dance Performance by Tarian Naga Dan Singa Kwong Ngai. Bring your family and friends to catch the spectacular performance at the shopping mall’s Centre Court on the Ground Floor. Shoppers with purchases of RM150 in accumulated receipts on the same day from any outlet in DPulze Shopping Centre are eligible to redeem a set of Chinese New Year ang pow packets from now until Feb 17. For details, call 03-8800 9803 or visit www.dpulze.com.