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Happy Hour Karaoke In ONE UTAMA

Having filled our stomachs with Damansara Utama food, we proceeded to our next destination....
Yes!  United As One...
ONE U... or One Utama...
or is it Bandar Utama?
To me, it is ONE U.... 
We passed through The Garden...
Nice ambience... 
On the first floor, I took a picture of this.... 
 and I notice a "plump and rounded" lady here...
(I blamed it on the Nasi Lemak and Lam Mee!)
At around 2pm, we went to "register" in Neway...
For students 20% discount off the normal price...
Since we were not students, we enquired about "senior discount"
And we were told that 60 years of age is only entitled... sigh...
Well, we were not entitled to both promotions... we were like "in-between"
So we ended up paying the normal price of RM22++ per person...
Given 2 glasses of drinks each..... and 2 hours to SING only! 
 (Happy hour ends at 4pm)
Wasting no time, we started to sing almost immediately and 
only remember to take pictures when it was time to go....
.... 

Comments

  1. My! My! You certainly are getting to be very well-rounded now. Looks younger, better!!!

    Hmmmm...I don't like singing in a box - want an captive audience. Hehehehehehe!!!

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  2. wah, i have not been to karaoke for so so so long already.. i remember when Red Box just came to KL around year 2000, i went there every weekend!! until the booking staff also good friends with us already, haha~~

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  3. What fun! It's good for the soul....haha.

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  4. What fun! It's good for the soul....haha.

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  5. stp: you are more PRO ma... I don't have the confidence and The Voice yet! :)


    Sk: next time it would be great if we have one gathering in a Karaoke!!

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  6. stp: you are more PRO ma... I don't have the confidence and The Voice yet! :)


    Sk: next time it would be great if we have one gathering in a Karaoke!!

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  7. i think u are just perfect la, don't have to be too thin but have to start watching on your diet now ;)

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  8. ONE U... or One Utama...
    or is it Bandar Utama? They 'Want U' lah haha

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  9. Exercise, Eat and Enjoy Singing. What a blissful life! :)

    One U is the name of the shopping center that is located in Bandar Utama so you are right on both counts. :)

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  10. You really know how to enjoy life to the fullest! Very good!

    I am also a karaoke addict and always crooned with just my wife in the whole room! One day she fell asleep and I still sang alone till 3.00am!!!

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  11. This looks very fancy and artistic! Is it in a mall...it looks so huge!

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  12. ken: oh no.. how to do that when I think of food all the time? :p


    bananaz: hahahaha... love that!!

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  13. Mun: oh so that is it! Ok, I have been there numerous times but I still dont know the directions to go there.. hahaha..



    TM: oh gosh..did the neighbours complain.. 3am wor.. you must be very good, you sing till they want more and more..!!


    ginny: yes, it is a mall.. what you want, they might have them there.. hahaha..

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  14. I heard about One Utama, but not been to One Utama...

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  15. You look prosperous in the photo, . Wow, really have a good time singing your hearts out. Enjoy yourself & be happy.

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  16. sharon: singapore malls are huge and much much safer! :)


    irene: Yeah, forget the blues .. :)

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  17. Did you have anything to eat Gardens. I quite like the food there.

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  18. Yee Ling, we just passed through only.. :)

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  19. what is your favorite song?
    I go Neway to enjoy their food. Not that great but accompany friends whom like to sing. I Don't sing :p

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  20. Wah, K time some more! Enjoying life, huh?

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  21. Wow...so enjoyable aye. Karaoke. :D

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