This year the Mid-Autumn Festival falls on 4 October and weeks before now, restaurants and hotels have displayed their mooncakes for the coming celebration. I know how the current economic situation is affecting most people – our ringgit has weakened so much and things have become so much more expensive these days. So, do people still celebrate such festivals?

I’d say most Chinese would still celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival come 4 October, albeit on a smaller scale for the prudent. This festival, fondly also known as the “Mooncake Festival” has always been something I looked forward to when I was a kid. Traditional lanterns made of cellophane paper and bamboo sticks were the order of the day back then. And the food, of course – mooncakes, peanuts, baby yams, pomelos… the lot. So, suffice to say, most people still upkeep the tradition every year – the Mid-Autumn Festival is still held dear… it’s a time for family and food 🙂


Recently I had my first taste of mooncakes for this year. Toh Yuen unveiled some new flavours of house-made snow skin mooncakes while retaining the popular evergreen baked ones. The new flavours of their 2017 signature snow skins are the Golden Mango and the Chocolate Pistachio Indulgence. I must say the Golden Mango is really good as the tangy mango centre with dried mangoes isn’t too sweet and leaves a refreshing trail in the mouth.

Golden Mango

Inspiration for the Chocolate Pistachio Indulgence came from the hotel’s renowned American Chocolate Cake. Chocolate fans would love the rich velvety chocolate ganache, bits of dark chocolate cake and fresh nutty pistachios in this mooncake. It’s pretty decadent, for sure. The snow skin mooncakes are priced from RM19nett each and RM98 per box of 4 pieces.

Chocolate Pistachio Indulgence

Besides these 2 new flavours, there are 3 other flavours to indulge: Lotus Paste with Sunflower Seeds, Black Sesame Paste and the Yam Paste.

Black Sesame Paste Snow Skin Mooncake

Lotus Paste with Sunflower Seeds Snow Skin Mooncake

Yam Paste Snow Skin Mooncake


At Toh Yuen, there are 6 traditionally baked mooncakes available. My favourites are the white lotus with and without salted egg yolk, the mixed nuts and the green tea with pistachios. Each golden-baked mooncake is priced at RM25 nett and RM108 nett for a box of 4. Certain banks are offering discounts for credit card purchases and for bulk purchases, the hotel does offer some volume discounts as well.


To celebrate the festival, Chef Ric Teoh of Toh Yuen has curated a 6-course special “Mid Autumn Reunion Set” priced at RM1,388 nett for a table of 10 persons. Here’s what the meal is going to be like…

Special 5 Deluxe Platter of Mixed Barbecue Combination

Double-boiled Soup with Mushrooms, Fish Maw & Dried Scallops

Duo Platter of Wok-fried Prawns with Red Wine Sauce and Wok-fried Fish Fillets with XO Sauce

Stuffed Sea Cucumbers with Brown Sauce & Seasonal Vegetables

Fried Vermicelli with Eggs, Seafood & Mushrooms

Crystal Osmanthus Jelly


Chef Ric Teoh


For bookings and enquiries, please call 03-7955-9122 ext.4073/4.
For the latest F&B promotions, do visit Hilton PJ’s F&B blog, www.ZestPJ.com



TOH YUEN Chinese Restaurant
Hilton Petaling Jaya
No.2 Jalan Barat
Petaling Jaya
Tel: +603-7955-9122

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SATURDAY NIGHT VIBES @ SHOOK! in Feast Village, Starhill, Kuala Lumpur

Where in Kuala Lumpur can you find a nice place which serves good food with vibrant entertainment in a cosily posh environment? And pay an affordable value-for-money charge per head of RM168 nett, for a Saturday evening of good food and good fun? Sounds almost too good to be true, right? It’s true. It’s all happening at Shook! every Saturday.

Located in Feast Village Starhill Gallery at the JW Marriott Kuala Lumpur, Shook! has been setting standards of dining experiences in the city for discerning guests for years. Now with the recent launch of “Saturday Night Vibes”, its Cirque du Culinaire experience is taking diners to the next level.

The unique dining concept of Cirque du Culinaire offers the freshest ingredients from the various show kitchens; with handcrafted desserts served at table side while being entertained by their very own magicians, entertainers and even clowns. All these certainly set very vibrant and fun vibes to the restaurant – I mean, it’s a really happening scene there.

Gorgeous food display!

Now let’s get to the food. Believe me when I say the selections are pretty mind-boggling. I didn’t know where to start because everything looks so inviting and appetizing! The entire spread is a combination of signature dishes from restaurants at Feast Village. These include the critically acclaimed Shook!, Fisherman’s Cove, Luk Yu Tea House, Sentidos Gastrobar – The Latin Grill and Khushi Spice. So my advice would be: take a slow walk through the entire premise to check everything out first before zooming in to your favourites. That’s the only way to do it. But it’s not easy…because it’s hard to pick out the favourites when everything looks so mouth-watering.

These babies were just irresistible!

The Japanese delicacies are screaming my name so how do you pick among the pile of glistening sashimi, the lightly-battered crispy tempura and freshly-rolled sushi? Right next to these are trays of beef tenderloin & sirloin, chicken wings and quails just waiting to be grilled a la minute. Further down, the platters and pots of fresh and cooked seafood beckon – oysters, prawns, crabs, lobsters, clams – you name it, they have it.

Did I say the food selection was amazing?

Chefs clad in bright satiny mandarin robes keep busy throughout the evening dishing out endless trays of kam-heong clams, spicy prawns and lobsters which are quickly devoured. Just how can you resist Seafood Paella, King Prawn Noodles, freshly shucked Pacific Oysters, Five-Spice Rack of Lamb, Snow White Dancing Prawns, the finest Wagyu beef cheeks as well as Tiger Prawn Skewers Seasoned with Togarashi – I tell you, it’s next to impossible!

I love their Sang Har Meen – noodles cooked with bouncy freshwater prawns and then served at table-side. The whole evening was like that – small individual servings of freshly-cooked delectables are brought to guests at their tables

So what’s a Cirque experience if not for another key element – the music? Every Saturday night there will be a different notable performer taking the stage with original music and mesmerising renditions of well-loved tunes.

The first to join the hand-picked Saturday Night Vibes line-up was FAZZ, a world-class Malaysian band known for its soulful jazz vibes. Taking the stage at Shook!, FAZZ entertained the guests with its own creative versions of Take On Me, Shooting Star and others; and also introduced the audience to an original number from the band, The Game. In the weeks to come, Shook!’s guests can expect to be serenaded by the likes of Evelyn Feroza, Reza Salleh, Jumero, Bihzhu, and Ryot Jones, just to name a few.

Never skip the desserts ya!

Saturday Night Vibes – an amazing evening of good food, fun and music starts from 6pm to 10pm at RM168nett per person. A beverage package is also available at RM88nett (which includes an Aperol Spritz, a light-hearted cocktail of prosecco, Aperol and soda & applies to diners of Saturday Night Vibes only) while the 1-for-1 Happy Hour is available from 9.30pm to 11pm – selected draft beers, house wines and cocktails are served.

Contact Shook! Kuala Lumpur for reservations at +603-2782-3875 or shook@ytlhotels.com.my. Online reservations can also be made on the website as well.

Details of Saturday Night Vibes are available on Feast Village Starhill Gallery’s newly redesigned website, www.feastvillage.com. It’s the most happening dinner buffet in town on Saturdays!



Feast Village Starhill Gallery
at JW Marriott Kuala Lumpur
183, Jalan Bukit Bintang
55100 Kuala Lumpur
website: www.feastvillage.com

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The first time I met Chef Yenni Law was at the launch of her first cookbook “Meatology” back in March 2015. I can’t believe that more than 2 years had passed since I got to know this warm and vivacious chef. And of course, I have dined many times at her restaurant Meatology in TTDI (which used to be the Boathouse) and our friendship has strengthened over time.

Passion for cooking and her restaurant is what drives Yenni and she’s constantly renewing, revamping and creating new stuff. Many months ago she told me very excitedly that she’s working on her 2nd cookbook and this time with Her World magazine. Imagine my surprise too when she said it’s a compilation of more than 40 rice recipes! I was wondering just how many ways can rice be cooked but I had no doubt Yenni would come up with some amazing stuff. The process was like a marathon as she had to work within a very tight timeframe. Bear in mind that she still had to run her restaurant while working on those recipes. The testing, ingredients sourcing, re-working of processes, writing and re-writing the recipes practically had her burning well beyond the proverbial midnight oil amidst plenty of whisky fumes and ciggie smoke.

Well, long story short, finally Yenni Law’s “The Rice Pot” was published a couple of months ago by Her World. Needless to say, we (and anyone who knows Yenni) are all very proud of her and quickly got an autographed copy.

Recently, the publishers, Her World held a Tasting Party at Meatology (but of course) for media and friends where we all got privileged tastings of some of Yenni’s recipes from The Rice Pot. Her World is no stranger to many of us, me in particular, as I grew up reading this magazine. Yes, way back in the 1970’s as a schoolkid, believe me, and when I started working, a small portion of my salary went into buying this well-loved magazine every month. I always looked forward to the last few days of the month when I would keep a keen eye out for the latest issue to hit the news stands. God knows how many pleasurable hours I have spent since – poring over the varied articles covering everything from fashion, make-up, lifestyle, home matters and food!

Chef Yenni Law with Eena Houzyama (Editor, Her World magazine)

So, you see, being among the people of Her World and enjoying Yenni’s rice creations at Meatology at the Tasting Party was like being on very familiar grounds. Some of the rice dishes we tasted were:

Carmague Red Rice Salad – this recipe is found on page 33 of the cookbook. It’s a playful and light appetizer, with cubes of feta cheese lifting up the healthy grainy red rice.

Steamed Otak-otak – Yenni’s interpretation of a one-dish meal, marrying cooked Thai fragrant rice with seafood like shrimps, squids, crabmeat, fish fillet and mussels. Everything is then mixed with eggs, coconut milk and otak-otak spices and steamed together in one plate, minimising fuss and ready to eat on the go! Page 28 of the cookbook has all the details.

Shrimp Fritters – a more robust version of the local delight “cucur udang” as cooked red rice is added to the batter. Rice flour makes the fritters really crispy and they are delicious when eaten with an Indian mint dip. The recipe is on Page 44 of the cookbook.

Salmon Rice Muffins – these cute babies would be excellent for any party and they are so filling too! Page 42 has the recipe.

Mint Rice with Lamb – The mint rice is made with basmati rice cooked with a variety of spices, cashew nuts and cauliflower. This incredibly fragrant rice can be eaten on its own but we had ours served with grilled lamb loin and tomato raita! Check out the recipe on Page 58 and impress your friends at your next house party!

Seafood-teh Rice – Chef Yenni’s take of bak kut teh broth cooked with assorted seafood with Thai fragrant rice. The sweet flavours of the seafood together with the aromatic chinese herbs make this pot of fluffy tasty rice pretty irresistible! Details on Page 80 of the cookbook.

Rice Crème Brûlée – warning: this is a really filling dessert as risotto rice is used. And there’s also banana, raisins and rum in it – oh my! Spare some considerable tummy space for this! Learn how to make this on Page 104.


Now I’m so inspired to try out some of Yenni’s recipes in the cookbook which is not only reader-friendly but also kitchen-friendly. There are so many ideas to cook with rice (in all its glorious forms and varieties) – from appetisers, mains to desserts!

Lemongrass Chicken – this is not in the cookbook , it’s a new item on Meatology’s up & coming revamped menu!

Chef Yenni flambe’ing the sauce for Crepe Suzette (she loves her flambe, she does!)

Crepe Suzette, a signature dessert at Meatology


This Her World Cookbook 2017 (Volume 84) featuring Chef Yenni Law’s “The Rice Pot” priced at RM18 is available at all major bookstores and news stands nationwide. A digital version can also be downloaded for USD2.99 on the App Store or Google Play.



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In my earlier post on The Westin Resort Nusa Dua, Bali, I promised that I will share with you my dining experiences in this beautiful resort.  When it comes to dining choices, The Westin Resort Nusa Dua is hard to beat.  Offering both indoor and alfresco dining, there are 7 outlets to choose from – each one different and unique in its own way.

As we were there for only 2 nights, it wasn’t possible to check out all 7 of their F&B outlets.  We only managed to eat at 4 of their main outlets, namely the Lobby Bar & Lounge, Seasonal Tastes, Prego and Hamabe.



This is a gorgeous space, just a few steps down from the main lobby.  It’s a casual set-up, with interesting opaque glasswork suspended over the bar and every day, guests get to re-fuel themselves with  a delicious spread of SuperFoodsRX pastries, cakes, sandwiches and chocolates for Afternoon Tea from 3.30pm till 5.00pm.

It’s a perfect spot to relax as this space overlooks the pool and tropical garden and beyond which is the Indian Ocean.

Sipping our JING Tea and Illy Coffee, we couldn’t resist the dainty bites of beautiful pastries and sweets.  Mindful that the spread promotes their SuperFoodsRX philosophy, I noted that everything served here is packed with nutritious ingredients that promote energy.  And they are so lovely to look at too!




This is the place where every guest starts his/her day with a sumptuous spread of super foods for breakfast!  We love the bright breezy atmosphere in this all-day dining outlet with its contemporary layout, overlooking lots of greenery in the garden beyond.  A short walk from here and the beach beckons.

There are several live-cooking counters manned by chefs deftly cooking up a la minute orders or replenishing trays.  From tempting local Balinese and Asian fares to regular western favourites, it’s breakfast fit for kings!

The interactive juice bar is a firm favourite – I found myself going there to get endless glasses of freshly-pressed fruit and vegetable juices.  The vibes here are lively, cheerful and energetic and this uplifting ambience makes having breakfast in Seasonal Tastes one of the highlights of our stay.



This Italian restaurant is very popular not only with in-house guests but also walk-in diners.  The colorful deco and open kitchen project a wholesome family-like atmosphere for guests to enjoy its authentic Italian cuisine.

We were there on a Friday evening and were lucky to enjoy its seafood market dining experience where the freshest catch of seafood was showcased.  We chose some bouncy prawns, a snapper and squids to complement our dinner.

From antipasti and salads to roasted meats, pasta, pizza and regional specialties, Chef Alessandro Molini and team ensure that freshness, great tastes and authenticity  rule.

I’m told Prego’s Sunday Family Brunch is a highlight and much-awaited event every week.




We’re delighted to know that The Westin Nusa Dua houses a Japanese restaurant and couldn’t wait to check out Hamabe.  Located on a quiet spot in the resort, this cosy restaurant combines modern and authentic Japanese cuisine of the very best quality.

What stands out, besides the teppanyaki counter, is its robata grill, a traditional cooking method used by the fishermen of northern Japan. Skewers of chicken, beef, pork, seafood and vegetables are delicately grilled on the robata and then served to diners using a paddle.

We had our fill of nicely seared juicy meats done robata-style before savouring some of the sashimi and sushi plates.

Our teppanyaki beef was executed perfectly too.


As you can see, there’s no lack of dining outlets at The Westin Resort Nusa Dua.  Whatever we have experienced in this trip has been really delicious and the variety astounding.  Besides these restaurants which we have tried, there’s still the Velada Tapas Bar and Ikan Beachfront Restaurant which I heard holds some very interesting culinary feasts!  That will be something to discover later, in future stays, hopefully.




Kawasan Pariwisata Nusa Dua
No. Lot N-3, Benoa
Kuta Sel., Nusa Dua
Bali 80363
Tel: +62-361-771906


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Where do I even begin when it comes to The Westin Resort Nusa Dua in Bali?

Let me start by saying that our 2-night stay at this fabulous resort was certainly not enough. We barely got to enjoy half of the facilities available in this sprawling resort spanned across a white sand beach facing the Indian Ocean in Nusa Dua on the southern shores of Bali. However, let me share with you what we actually got to experience in this vast resort.

Let’s check-in!

The impressive Main Lobby


The Westin celebrates “Wellness” like no other hotel, worldwide… therefore you can rest assured that this is echoed in everything throughout the property, from the toiletries, activities, cuisines to their signature spa, of course. Personally, I adore their Heavenly Bed the most! I think it’s really the best bed I’ve ever slept in, and for me, a good night’s sleep is the beginning of wellness. Each of the 433 rooms and suites at The Westin is furnished with these Heavenly Beds together with all the standard amenities of a 5-star resort. Wifi internet access is available for easy connectivity.


The best thing about staying at The Westin Nusa Dua is that there’s always something for you to immerse in – whether its a relaxing massage, rejuvenating spa session or for the active ones, there’s a host of recreational activities to keep the adrenaline flowing. The well-equipped gym, known as the WestinWORKOUT has a good range of state-of-the-art equipment to keep the muscles burning.

How about a massage in these Spa Bales at the beachfront garden?

As a wellness sanctuary, The Westin Nusa Dua’s daily wellness program is impressive. It’s all about relaxing and renewing energy for the body, mind and soul. Led by their resident Wellness Specialist, Jitendra Pokhriyal, the daily sessions of hatha yoga, meditation and pranayama helps in rejuvenation. I participated in a pranayama where Jitendra taught us how to breathe right to activate our energy. I garnered a few tips from him on how to re-energise whenever fatigue threatens – useful stuff!

The kids’ pool

How about a game of billiards?

The Heavenly Spa by Westin is an experience not to be missed. Therapeutic massages, cleansing facials and invigorating body treatments are part and parcel of nourishing the body and mind. Here at The Westin Nusa Dua, stepping into the beautifully set-up spa immediately made me feel lighter and more relaxed. From the gentle footwash to the relaxing sauna leading up to their signature massage, I had an incredibly rejuvenating time at the nurturing hands of the spa therapists. That night after the massage, I slept like a log for 9 hours straight (of course the Heavenly Bed helped too!)


With 3 swimming pools in the resort and the great big ocean, staying dry is not an option. Oh well, if you really want to chill it, just laze in one of their Dream Beds or private gazebo by the beach while watching others do the hard work, like snorkelling, windsurfing, beach volleyball etc. Oh by the way, those Dream Beds are just perfect for that romantic bonding time with your loved one, especially at sunset.


Well-known as a family and kids-friendly resort, The Westin Nusa Dua has an assortment of complimentary facilities just for kids. The resort’s hub for children, The Westin Family Kids Club is a supervised centre complete with games, toys and enriching activities for the little ones.

The comfortable and fun playroom for the little ones

The resort’s Recreation Department organises plenty of activities for the whole family to participate in – think cycling tours around Nusa Dua, Balinese dance lessons, water volleyball and even fruit carving!

Oh there’s one thing I’d like to highlight – the Living Room at this resort is a really thoughtful facility. Guests who arrive too early when room check-in is still not possible or guests who have a late flight to catch – where do you go? Well, the Living Room, of course!Overlooking the Premium Wing Pool, this stylish venue features a lovely lounge, individual wash & change facilities and wifi in air-conditioned comfort. Guests can also enjoy a refreshing dip in the pool or order some delicious food from the resort’s signature Italian restaurant, Prego. It’s open 24/7 and I think this is really a great facility.

The Living Room – cosy and comfortable

The Westin Nusa Dua is located in the same compound as the iconic Bali International Convention Centre and 30 minutes’ drive from Ngurah Rai International Airport. There’s always something going on and this resort is perfect for anyone attending any event at the convention centre.


So there you go, The Westin Nusa Dua has everything going for just anyone – for families with kids, couples on a romantic getaway, jaded travellers who need some rehabilitation of the mind and body or those who are attending some convention and possibly extending a weekend stay. For me personally, I’d love to revisit their wellness program on a deeper level and also indulge more on their culinary offerings. Oh yes, the food – which I will elaborate more in a separate post. There wasn’t enough time to try all the F&B outlets this time, so a longer stay in future is called for!



Kawasan Pariwisata Nusa Dua
No. Lot N-3, Benoa
Kuta Sel., Nusa Dua
Bali 80363
Tel: +62-361-771906

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Puttin’ on a FESTIVE FEAST at THE RITZ-CARLTON Kuala Lumpur

This year, The Ritz-Carlton, Kuala Lumpur is putting up their Festive Feast in conjunction with the fasting month. You can call this their inaugural event as they have not done this for many years, probably since almost 30 years ago, I was told. So after such a long lapse, the chefs at The Cobalt Room are now cooking up a stellar showcase of signature dishes representing the 13 states in Malaysia and in addition to that, expect to savour some Middle Eastern specialities, too.

Golden Roast Chicken

Helming the culinary team is Executive Chef Zaffar and together with his crew, be prepared to go on a gastronomic journey through colourful Malaysia as you’ll be able to taste dishes from all the states.

Festive goodies are all available

How about some Sambal Udang Petai? Good stuff, yo!

Ikan Bakar Cencaru

Paru Masak Chili


There will be flavourful signature dishes from Johor, Malacca, Pahang, Kelantan, Perak, Penang and all the way up north to Perlis. From Melaka, there’s the Asam Pedas Ikan Tenggiri , Ikan Patin Masak Tempoyak from Pahang, Laksa from Kedah, Nasi Kerabu from Terengganu, Penang Rojak and more. East Malaysian favourites are not forgotten in the showcase and a spread of Middle Eastern favourites will also be featured.

Freshly-grilled meats make up a fantastic shawamar!

The Roast Lamb is always the main attraction!

This guy makes the best ever Roti Canai, I swear!

Murtabak all piled high

The Curry Mee here is really good!


Local kuihs are the stars of the enticing dessert counters with classics for blissful indulgence which include Kek Lapis Sarawak, Talam Pandan Sabah and Cik Mek Molek, a Kelantanese delicacy. Looking at the pretty spread of desserts, I felt like Hari Raya has come early as so many of my favourite kuih raya are already being served in this buffet!


Price: RM118 nett per adult, RM59 nett per child (12 years & below)

For reservations, please call +603-2782-9099 or email dining@ritzcarlton.com.my


Level 1
The RItz-Carlton, Kuala Lumpur
168 Jalan Imbi
55100 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: +603-2142-8000


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SERAMBI JUADAH WARISAN DESA at Latest Recipe, Le Meridien Kuala Lumpur

In the blink of an eye, the Muslim holy month of Ramadhan has started – time really flew! Restaurants and eateries, big or small, are all geared up for the breaking of fast during this time.

At the Latest Recipe, Le Méridien Kuala Lumpur, Chef Budiman and his kitchen team are cooking up a dream feast featuring traditional dishes that are close to Malaysians’ hearts across the nation. This showcase, aptly named “Serambi Juadah Warisan Desa” features a host of cherished traditional gems like the wide selection of kerabu (Malay salads), bubur lambuk berempah Mikerhani, acar ikan masin (Chef Budiman’s mother’s recipe), rendang ayam pencen, pucuk ubi gulai lemak merah, daging panggang rempah arab, asam pedas, rendang merah utara, masak lemak cili api with rebung and ikan bakar air asam.

Can’t say No to all these seafood!


This year, there’s a special Le Cucur corner serving piping hot fried delicacies like banana fritters with Turkish ice cream drizzled with 3 different types of exotic honey: kamahi, rata or clover.


The must-have Roast Whole Lamb took centre-stage too. Marinated for 10 hours with all sorts of spices, it’s roasted for 2 hours and then steam-baked for 30 minutes to seal in the juices. There’s a never-ending queue at this counter!

Check out the Noodles Station for these yummy noodles!


Besides all the special traditional Malay dishes in this showcase, all the regular favourites of the famous Latest Recipe buffet are available, like their ever-popular teppanyaki and sushi counters and don’t forget their sumptuous Indian fares.

Selection of sushi

The Teppanyaki counter is always busy!

Sumptuous spread of Indian dishes


Do save some room for the desserts. The chefs have really outdone themselves here. There are several counters groaning with endless varieties of traditional kuihs and cookies, in addition to the regular desserts. My never-miss item here is their signature Serawa Durian (durian gravy) which only appears on the buffet at this time of the year, eaten with roti jala. If you are a durian lover, don’t miss this!

Gateway to happiness!


The Serambi Juadah Warisan Desa buffet is available at Latest Recipe from now until 24 June 2017.

Price: RM180 nett per adult, RM90 nett per child.
SPG members get 20% discount of total food bill. Selected credit card discounts also apply.

The buffet is inclusive of free-flow date juice, sirap bandung, sugar cane juice, iced lemon tea and hot teh tarik.

For reservations, call +603-2263-7434 or email: dining.lmkl@lemeridien.com

Le Méridien Kuala Lumpur
2 Jalan Stesen Sentral
Kuala Lumpur Sentral
50470 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: +603-2263-7755

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