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First World Hotel And Breakfast At Nyonya Colors, Gentings

IT IS A RELAXING HOLIDAY... so definitely NO alarm clock to jolt us up from our beauty sleep! LOL...

And when we finally got up and ready, it was almost brunch time... first item on our itinerary was to look for the capital F... FOOD!
On the way out from the new Tower 3 to the lobby... 


On the way out for our breakfast, we took a few pictures of the First World Hotel entrance... 
First World Hotel... World's Largest Hotel.... as it says...
Rising to Great Heights... that's me.. 
I think I look taller in this picture... right?  LOL...

Once the photo session ended, we went up an escalator to go looking for Nyonya Colors... I saw the outlet only after we took our lunch the previous day.  I love Nyonya Colors, have been smitten by it at 1-Utama, KL and seeing this outlet here in Gentings, is a great Delight!  I told my friends that we must go for their food even though they are manned by a group of foreigners.... 
Breakfast ranged from RM10 for a cup of coffee and toasted bread with eggs... 
and of course, there are a few selection to choose from.
For me and my friends, we started off the day with a simple meal like this... 
Roti Jala with Curry Chicken, two packets of Meehoon Siam and a packet of Nasi Lemak.
We shared out our meal here.. it cost around RM30 in total... 
No coffee for us... we know a place where we can get Free drinks!
We are very "kiamsiap!" on the drinks...   LOL...
While we got up to leave, the desserts arrived at the counter... 
Temptation arised in us and we sat down again to make our order.... 
How to walk away without tasting the fresh Cucuk Udang??
And some Sago delights.... A complete meal... at last.... 
Time to shed off our calories!
At the Genting Grand.... security is tighter here... 
Genting Grand... 
Took a few pictures and off we go for our free drinks!
Met up with the rest of the ladies to register with the Gentings Rewards...
Each new registration rewarded with RM30 ....
Let's GO!!

Comments

  1. No wonder everything looks familiar!!! From Nyonya Colours! Ok, not bad, some nice stuff there.

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    1. Saturday singing #auslan #weekendvibes

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    2. Yeah, not bad... the food especially... price of course will be a bit high..

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  2. I like the Mee Siam and tong sui. It was a wonderful holiday with great company!

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  3. All the artwork in these buildings is fantastic! And the lights!! My favorites are the first one, with those discs on the ceiling and rectangles on the wall, #9, and the next to last. The next to last is astounding! All the strange and beautiful lights on the ceiling.

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    1. Yeah, I like their deco too.. very modernized..

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  4. I ever ate at Nyonya Leaf at City Square, wonder if Nyonya Colors belongs to the same management as Nyonya Leaf

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    1. Oh, I dont know but Nyonya Colors have a few branch in Klang .. .

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  5. What an indulgence of Nyonya cuisine. I want that cucur.

    Nice getaway in Genting. Hope to visit it next year when the theme park is completed.

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    1. Yeah, I heard next year theme park will be ready! :)

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  6. I like Cucuk Udang, if let me see, i sure can't resist and sure buy and eat, hehe...

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  7. Nyonya Colors food in Genting looks as good as here. Good trip! Everyone enjoyed themselves! Have a good week ahead!

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  8. Cucur udang looks good. Haven't eaten for so long.

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    1. Since I left office, I also didn't get to taste them.. :)

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  9. I am a fan of Nyonya Colors in KL and very surprised to know they have opened in Genting. Your photos are luring me to visit soon as the ambiance looked different with new areas to explore!

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