Posted: 20 Aug 2011 06:46 AM PDT
Come to the Sharp electrical products road show until Aug 21. The road show will be held at the lower ground floor in KSL City from 10am until 10pm. For details, call 07-288 2888.
Come to the Mid-Autumn festival & performances at the lower ground floor in KSL City from Aug 23 and Sept 12. The festival will be from 10am until 10pm. For details, call 07-288 2888.
Grab & Win
Shoppers who shop for RM100 at Plaza Pelangi in Johor Baru would stand a chance to win a prize in the Grab & Win event from now until August 20. For details, call 07-276 2216.
Shopaholics can now shop at Metrojaya as there will be a promotion until August 20 from 10am until 10pm at Plaza Pelangi. For details, call 07-276 2216.
A Hari Raya bazaar will be held at Plaza Pelangi from now until August 20. Members of the public can purchase Raya cookies and clothes at the bazaar. For details, call 07-276 2216.
Raya fashion show
Tenants in the Johor Baru Plaza Angsana will be holding a Hari Raya Fashion Show displaying the Malay traditional clothes. The show will start at 3pm. For details, call 07-2351420.
In conjunction with the month of Ramadhan Al-Mubarak 1432H, Kuantan Municipal Council (MPK) is organising breaking fast programmes at several selected mosques and suraus in Kuantan. To honour this auspicious occasiontoday. All Muslims are invited to the Masjid Al-Munir at Kg Selamat.
Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak will present the dividends Group Plans New Plant (RTBB) and Commercial Replanting (CSR) RISDA 2011 at the Dewan Konvensyen Pekan today, 10am.
Riang ria dance
Bring your friends and family to watch the Riang Ria Aidilfitri cultural dance show at 8pm today, in Kuantan Parade shopping complex, Kuantan. Admission is free.
Be amazed with the Hari Raya Aidilfitri singing and dance performance at the Atrium I of Kuantan Parade shopping complex, Kuantan at 3pm, tomorrow. All are welcome.
In conjunction with the Malaysia Contemporary Art Tourism, Resorts World Genting proudly invites you to the Genting Art Festival. This 10-day festival is until Sunday at Resort Hotel function rooms. Children can also do glass paint workshop with renowned artist Phillip Wong today and tomorrow at 2pm-3.30pm or 4pm-5.30pm. To accentuate the Genting Arts Festival, they have crafted a special menu incorporating renowned artistic techniques. A feast for the senses, this is one visual and gastronomic experience not to be missed available at The Olive of Maxims Genting. For reservations, call The Olive at 03-61059668.
In Melor concourse of Berjaya Megamall shopping complex, Kuantan today a colouring contest for children will be held at 2pm. AF's artistes Akma and Aishah will meet the fans around 4pm and 8pm. Admission is free.
Health Minister Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai will officiate the Raya road safety campaign 2011 at 8.30am today at Jalan Ah Peng. (next to Hotel Kristal). Goddies bag will be given away at Plaza Tol Bentong, 10.30am.
Aluna Sweet Home is offering teak furniture with many choices at reasonable bargains, especially for this coming Hari Raya at Jalan Datuk Wong Jang, Kuantan. For details, call 09-513 0819.
PUBLIC can enjoy Gulai Kawah, Opor Ayam, Lamb Kuzi, Ikan Asam Pedas, Kerabu, assortment of ulam and local desserts including mouth watering Malay kuih, chendol and ais kacang priced at RM55 for adults and RM25 for children will be served at Silka Johor Hotel from 6.30pm to 10.30pm. For reservations, call 07-3601008.
The M-Suites Hotel offers scrumptious traditional food buffet during the Ramadan month at the Myra Bistro until Aug 29. Diners can enjoy traditional Malay, Chinese and Indian food at the hotel such as bubur lambuk, Kambing Golek, asam pedas, barbeque and many more.The buffet is priced at RM60++ for adults and RM20++ for children aged five to 12. For reservations, call 07-2211000.
Break fast with the heritage favourites and their signature dish, 'Seafood Kava', The Legend Resort in Cherating, Kuantan presents this Ramadan buffet at RM46++ per adult and RM28++ per child (aged 12 and below). For reservations, call 09-581 9818 ext 2 or 1100.Full Feed Generated by Get Full RSS, sponsored by Used Car Search.
Posted: 20 Aug 2011 06:46 AM PDT
MALACCA: About 100 orphans and poor folks in Malacca were feted to a sumptuous spread of Ramadan specialties at Avillion Legacy Hotel in Malacca recently.
The hotel general manager manager Low Kee Nam said the less fortunate people were from Rumah Jalinan Kasih, Krubong Perdana and Jasin Muslim Orphanage Association.
"This is the sixth consecutive year that we are organising the event for the less fortunate.
"This is part of our corporate social responsibility and we will continue to organise more of such events for this group," he said.
Low said the hotel's staff also livened up the atmosphere by arranging fun-packed games for its guests.
The hotel's executives also belted out several Hari Raya evergreen songs that left all of them captivated.
Later Low and Human Resource manager Wan Azlan Wan Ismail distributed duit raya to all the invited guests.Full Feed Generated by Get Full RSS, sponsored by Used Car Search.
Posted: 20 Aug 2011 06:46 AM PDT
NUSAJAYA: Apart from dates, bubur lambuk is another must-have item at Muslim households when it comes to breaking of fast during Ramadan.
Bubur lambuk only make its appearance during the holy month of Ramadan and can be bought at food bazaars around the country.
There is actually no standard recipe in preparing the dish as each state in the country has its own specialty and the Johor's version probably differs from the type served in Selangor or Penang.
The normal ingredients that go into making the dish include potatoes, meat, vegetable, spices, groundnuts, rice, fried shallots, parsley, coconut milk and rice.
However, other cooks might opt for ingredients such as dried shrimps, prawns, crabs, cashew nuts, almonds, baby corns and chicken meat.
"But one thing is common as we have to spend many hours in preparing the porridge,'' UEM Land Holdings Bhd corporate communication Nik Surina Suria Nik Abdullah told The Star.
She said this while preparing three big cauldrons of bubur lambuk to be distributed to the company's employees and local communities from nearby areas and passing motorists.
More than 90 UEM Land employees volunteered in the event which started from 9am and by 2pm had they packed bubur lambuk into 1,500 containers.
Later in the evening, 180 less fortunate people comprising single mothers, orphans and the disabled from four villages around Gelang Patah received Hari Raya goodies from the company.
Each of them received RM130 duit Raya and a goody bag worth RM75 containing among others 10kg rice, two litre of cooking oil, two kg wheat flour and two kg sugar.Full Feed Generated by Get Full RSS, sponsored by Used Car Search.
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