Genting Highlands is known to us by its entertainment industry that had attracted a lot people around Asia to this great destination. Not only that, Genting had cater food for a lot visitor that F&N industry had served more than 20million people over the years. Cafe Terrace is one of them.
What they have done so far over their F&B industry is amazing and with a new theme, ‘Resort World Genting is Moutain of Food’ that simply will be the new theme carry by them and I am truly amaze by it as a foodie.
To kick-start Moutain of Food, the resort is offering Penang Hawker Food Festival from now till 23rd January at Coffee Terrace, Maxims Genting Hotel Lobby. For all Penang food lovers, the resort had specially brought in famous Chefs whom have made themselves popular serving all the Penang signature food such as, Char Koey Teow, Roti Canai, Curry Noodle, Har Mee, Fried Oyster, Parsembur, Lobak and many Penang food speciall for this Penang festival.
Its a buffett style serving. . . Apart from the delectable Penang hawker food selection, we also can buy signature Penang goodies such as famous Tau Sar Pneah, nutmeg, belacan, Penang’s Kun Kee Coffee and more.
I have just coming back from my shopping trip at Bandung, a city where I really shop till drop.. Most of the things there are soooooo CHEAP! That will be on my next blog post and now let me bring you thru some snapshots, Streets of Bandung. So This post will be mainly more on photo’s . . .. . We will just love the temperature there, as at night its a bit similar to Genting Highlands weather, cool and chill and in the afternoon we were lucky that the temperature was around 20-22 degree for both days…
Bandung (pronounced [bənˈduŋ]) (Indonesian: Kota Bandung) is the capital of West Java province in Indonesia, and the country’s third largest city, and 2nd largest metropolitan area in Indonesia, with 7.4 million in 2007. Located 768 m (2,520 ft) above sea level, Bandung has cooler temperatures year-around than most other Indonesian cities. The city lies in a river basin surrounded by volcanic mountains. This topography provides a good natural defense system, which was the primary reason for the Dutch East Indies government’s plan to move the colony capital from Batavia to Bandung.
The Dutch colonials first opened tea plantations around the mountains in the eighteenth century, followed by a road construction connecting the plantation area to the capital (180 km or 112 miles to the northwest). The European inhabitants of the city demanded the establishment of a municipality (gemeente), which was granted in 1906 and Bandung gradually developed itself into a resort city for the plantation owners. Luxurious hotels, restaurants, cafes and European boutiques were opened of which the city was dubbed as Parijs van Java (Dutch: “The Paris of Java”).
(Source from Wikipedia)