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Dinner And Winner At Gentings

BESIDES FOOD AND SHOPPING, we spent most of our time inside the casinos.  During my younger days, there was only one casino in Gentings, that time was in the 1980s.  But now...  there are at least a few.. Monte Carlo, Gentings in First World and another one at the Gentings Hotel.. perhaps there are three in total excluding those VIP clubs.

After some enquiry, we found out that for new registration *newcomers* to the Gentings casino, they will be given a Reward Card which is red in colour.  Once registered at the counter with our ID, we were given an incentive of RM30 to play at the slot machines.  Well, we have nothing to lose so why not exercise our fingers at the endless machines.... And that was exactly what we did during our second day... Our free RM30 lasted us for many long hours.... LOL....
The way leading to Tower 3 where our rooms were... 
Many kiosks are available... for check-out purposes..
Checking in and out are very easy now... no more long Queues...

While waiting for our dinner... and our hungry looks! LOL...
Soon it arrived... My Ginger Steamed Chicken.. RM17
Special container to keep the rice and dish warm... 
Wonder if this is sold over here in IPOH.. LOL..
My Photographer in action!
Ladies in action.... 
Watching from behind is more interesting actually.... 
Out of the RM30, I won another RM40... 
LOL... 
And after that.... 
 I quickly cashed it out and put it safely into my purse and locked it up..
And call it a night.... LOL...  
Pin Pin Onn Onn.... 

Comments

  1. Wah, you are so lucky! Untung RM40! :D

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  2. congrats! first timer already won something!

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  3. Next will be the casino in Singapore? haha...

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  4. The food looks fab. You are one smart cookie, Claire. I would have done the same with the winnings i.e. I would put a padlock on my purse.☺️

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  5. Ha ha not all of us are as untung as you. Watching from behind is more fun than playing the game.

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  6. I am waiting for the outdoor theme park to open, wanna bring my kids there!! ;)

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  7. Agree with Corina that you are so smart. Laugh at her comment about putting a padlock on her purse.

    Congrats to you

    The ginger steam chicken looks good

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    1. Thanks Libby. It is so easy to spend and so hard to earn.

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    2. That was why I put the money inside my purse.. take and eat better! hahahaa

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  8. I love all those discs on the ceiling and reflecting in the mirrors, so beautiful! So you gambled and won, good for you!

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    1. hahaha.. Slot machines... never played for such a long time already..

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  9. I agree with you that watching from behind is indeed more fun and interesting actually because there is no pressure of losing money

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    1. You are right cos we sayang our own money so much! hahahaa

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  10. I will try my luck next time, the last I went to Genting were with my kids, they are not allowed in to the casino. We spent time in the fun park and snow world instead.

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    1. Me too.. and also sayang the money.. not easy to earn and then losing them in minutes..

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  11. What a strong willpowered gambler! Genting will close shop if all aunties cashed out so fast like you. I love to sit inside the casinos too and hear the coins paying out at the slot machines.

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  12. Very clever! Keep your winnings safe and sound in the pocket because if play some more, the machine might take back even more :)

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  13. Wahhhhhhh!!!! So lucky, should have gone on to the tables, win big! LOL!!!

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    1. We've been filming for a new DVD with Terri, Bindi and Robert Irwin
      (Wife and kids of the late Steve Irwin)

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