Friday, February 29, 2008

Restoran Damansara Hokkien Mee

Restoran Damansara Hokkien Mee is situated in Kota Damansara. They have another outlet in Damansara Utama. This hokkien mee cost me Rm 5. The quality is average compare to many hokkien mee which I have tried.

Thursday, February 28, 2008

All Female Chinese Traditional Music Team

All female Chinese Traditional Music Team performing during Chinese New Year in The Curve shopping centre.

Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Nasi Lemak In Petaling Jaya

One of the best nasi lemak in Petaling Jaya is situated at the junction of Jalan SS21/11B or for those who are from PJ is fondly known as the nasi lemak stall nearby Maybank PJ. Is nearby the roadside. Is packed most of the time.

This nasi lemak cost Rm 4.50. Is one of the best in town. Try it!

Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Restoran Fong Keow (Pottery) Bah Ku Teh In Klang

Klang of course is famous for Bah Kut Teh. Restoran Fong Keow is directly behind the famous Teluk Pulai Bah Kut Teh restaurant in Taman Intan which is not open at night unlike Fong Keow. They have two signboard. They are the one of the very few bak kut teh restaurant that are also open at night.
This meal cost me Rm 10 plus Chinese Tea with ice. For Klang's standard, the quality of the Bak Kut Teh here is only average.
Restoran Fong Keow (Pottery) Bah Kut Teh
53, Jalan Batai Laut,
Taman Intan,
41300 Klang,
Selangor.
Eddie: 016- 668 8606
Business Hours: 8.00a.m-9.30p.m

Monday, February 25, 2008

The Curve During Chinese New Year- Part 4

The Curve in conjunction with Chinese New Year festival.



Sunday, February 24, 2008

The Curve During Chinese New Year- Part 3

The Curve- Chinese New Year Takes On A Breath Of Fresh Air.

Bright Red Lantern.
Pagoda type of entrance.

The Curve
6, Jalan PJU 7/3, Mutiara Damansara,
47810 PJ.
Tel: 7710 6868

Saturday, February 23, 2008

The Curve During Chinese New Year- Part 2

The Curve decorated with bright red lanterns during Chinese New Year recently.

Friday, February 22, 2008

Thursday, February 21, 2008

Mid Valley Garden During Chinese New Year

Mid Valley Garden during Chinese New Year. It was well decorated with bright red lantern. Check out more at http://midvalleygardens.com.my


Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Ikano Power Centre During Chinese New Year

Ikano Power Centre is going golden this year to make a difference while most of the malls deck their centre courts in reds to usher in the Lunar New Year. Fairy lights and golden lanterns made of cloth in gigantic octagon and mini olive shapes decorate the mall. Enjoy shopping for delightful Chinese New Year goodies ranging from delicacies and decorations to festive clothes and handicrafts while you bask in a truly festive ambience at the Oriental Market.



The mall has adopted the Golden Oriental Bazaar concept that brings the joys of Chinatown shopping. The bazaar with eight booths offers a nice balance of fashion and accessories. There is also a special non-halal food section where shoppers can get food like waxed-duck, Chinese sausages, dried barbecued meat and more. To keep the youngers shoppers busy, there are six arts and crafts booths where children with their parents can spend hours in painting, T-shirts, doing caligraphy, fridge magnet painting and more. The traditional Chinatown shopping experience provides a nice balance to the moden mall. Beside red, gold is also a prosperous colour for the Chinese.
Ikano Power Centre
Mutiara Damansara
Opening Hours 10.00a.m-10.00p.m
Tel: 7720 7333

Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Mid Valley During Chinese New Year- Part 2

A striking New Year celebration at Mid Valley KL. Usher in a prosperous Lunar Year with striking array of bazaar offering and festive treats for you at Mid Valley. This is the centre court decoration. Bright and colourful lantern hanging from the ceiling.
A bazaar offering many type of flowers for good wishes.




Check out more about Mid valley at http://www.midvalleycity.com

Mid Valley open daily from 10.00a.m- 10.00p.m.

Monday, February 18, 2008

Mid Valley During Chinese New Year

Mid Valley, a major shopping centre in Malaysia is decorated beautifully during Chinese New Year.

Sunday, February 17, 2008

Berjaya Times Square During Chinese New Year


The Lion dance is a symbol of good fortune and is very much a part of the Chinese New Year celebration around the world. Whether young or old, Malaysians have always been fascinated by the lion dance. During the lunar year, Berjaya Times Square brings to life a mammoth size lion. Standing at a gigantic 20 feet tall, shoppers will finally get the chance to get up close to the lion. Coupled with a revolving Mandarin Orange which symbolises 'gold' inside its mouth, the giant lion waits to greet shoppers with good fortune and joy.

The giant 2o feet lion from afar.

Draping down from the ceiling, an eight auspicious vertical 'flower banner' adds to the grandeur of this massive Chinese New Year decoration and is indeed a sight to behold.
The stage at the Lower Ground is also decorated to welcome the lunar year in great splendour. You will also see two lovable mice amongst a heap of gold ingots to herald the arrival of the lunar year.
As the largest mall in Malaysia, Berjaya Times Square wants to bring shoppers something big, a "wow" experience the minute they step into the mall.
Berjaya Times Square
1, Jalan Imbi,
55100 KL.
Customer Service Hotline 1 300 888 988
Business Hours: 10.00a.m - 10.00p.m

Saturday, February 16, 2008

Sungei Wang Plaza During Chinese New Year

Sungei Wang Plaza has transported itself into a veritable garden of golden wonders. From the main entrance to the walkway right down to the concourse and main stage, the decorations display on amazing artsy blend of modern and traditional elements. Large golden trees with jade leaves and tasselled lanterns in yellow and red can be seen glimmering in and around the mall.

A live garden of flowering plants, pagoda, inspired multi-tiered gazebos and a truly ornate moon gate welcomes shoppers in the concourse area. Coupled with dangling jade and gold-hued leaves and bright lanterns hanging from ceiling above, it looks like the mall is truly set for an incredible festive celebration.



A large walk through garden complete with statues of the 12 lunar animals, wooden courtyard and ancient Chinese architecture inspired roof and walkway greet visitors at the mall's main entrance.

More about Sungei Wang Plaza at http://www.sungeiwang.com/

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