Staycation at WEIL HOTEL IPOH

Whenever I go back to Ipoh, I don’t stay in hotels.
Why should I, when my family is still there and I have some perfectly comfortable accommodation to stay? Someone asked me the other day “Well, if you have to book a hotel to stay, in Ipoh, where would you choose?”  That can be quite a difficult question to answer – there are so many hotels that have sprouted in Ipoh in the past few years – many of these are old buildings converted to “boutique hotels” in and around the city. I must say some of them are very tastefully designed too.

Weil Hotel Ipoh’s impressive lobby with high ceilings and clusters of chic contemporary chairs & sofas

OK, if there’s one hotel I would book to stay in Ipoh, it would be Weil Hotel and mainly for two very good reasons: excellent location and super-comfortable set-up. Perched on a quiet side of Jalan Sultan Idris Shah, Weil Hotel has an adjoining shopping mall, Ipoh Parade Shopping Centre and its central location makes it easy to get to any part of Ipoh town quickly. Guests can just walk over to the mall next door – easy shopping without having to drive out! Shops and restaurants are also easily accessible nearby – right across the road and just a few minutes’ walk away. It’s perfect for business, leisure and pleasure. The hotel is fitted-out along contemporary lines, casting an ambience of modern chic-ness which allows one to just lounge back and enjoy its cozy comforts in style.

The name “Weil” is actually meant for “Liew” (spelled backwards)  – owned by the Liew family who founded the famous Ipoh Pagoda groundnuts.

Our room gives an immediate sense of relaxation, thanks to the soft earthy hues of the furnishings and relaxing spaciousness. The large bathroom comes with strong rain shower and a stand-alone bath tub for that luxurious touch. We love the bed – the bedding is really comfortable and we had some blissful sleep here. From our room, we enjoyed a pleasing vista of the sprawling city and the roll of picturesque limestone hills in the distance.

Spacious room with cosy sofa corner and a big bathroom complete with bath tub!

Note the Pagoda groundnuts!

Beyond the standard, deluxe and premier rooms, the hotel does offer several other premium-tiered rooms and suites with interesting concepts based on Ipoh’s unique heritage.

View from our room

Swimming pool and gym – work off the calories after all the good food in Ipoh!

Weil Hotel has four F&B outlets: The Deck, Yuk Sou Hin, Tiffin Restaurant and Tea Lounge.

The Deck is the hotel’s rooftop gastrobar – a cosy spot for chilling out and taking in a breath-taking sunset from up high on a good clear day. We had a simple western-style dinner here on a quiet romantic evening.

The Tea Lounge is a cool place to relax and catch-up with friends over tea and coffee. In the evenings, if you are feeling peckish before dinner time, I hear they serve a very decent Afternoon Tea spread.

Tiffin is the hotel’s all-day dining restaurant. The restaurant’s relaxed and casual ambience is perfect for leisurely dining. In the mornings, buffet breakfast is served and there’s also buffet dinner on a daily basis. Complete with live cooking stations, food selection at the buffets is wide and varied.

Entrance to Tiffin

Curry Mee here is really good!

Fine Chinese cuisine reigns in Yuk Sou Hin, helmed by a Hong Kong Masterchef. A separate post will be done for this restaurant – stay tuned!

Weil Hotel Ipoh has extensive function and ballroom space, making it one of the top choices in Ipoh for events hosting. With its strategic location and more than 2,500 sqm of function space spread over two levels as well as a stylish ballroom, there’s always something happening in Weil Hotel. During our stay, there were quite a few events happening in the hotel – from meetings, private parties and even a wedding!

So, the next time you are heading to Ipoh and need a place to stay, Weil Hotel is a good option due to its excellent location, comfortable rooms and facilities at reasonable rates and warm hospitality.

 

WEIL HOTEL
292 Jalan Sultan Idris Shah
30000 Ipoh
Tel: +605-2082228
http://www.weilhotel.com/

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A magical stay at ANANTARA HUA HIN RESORT, THAILAND

The Anantara Hua Hin Resort & Spa is the very first resort developed under the Anantara brand. We had a short stay in this resort recently and were charmed by the rich traditional design from its historic heritage surrounded by natural beauty all around. The name Anantara in Sanskrit means “without end” – an indication of the freedom of movement flowing in harmony throughout the resort, from design to nature.

The resort’s mascot!

Built in 2001, this resort gave birth to “The Anantara Experience” with the aim of bringing guests closer to the rich culture and history of Thailand. We get the distinct feeling of being in a traditional Thai village the moment we stepped into the main lobby of the resort. Checking-in was a breeze and we were then whisked off to our Deluxe Room with a balcony overlooking into the lush greenery of the resort.

Our comfortable Deluxe Room with Garden View

Walking through the resort, we could see that much of nature has been preserved. The lush grounds are shaded with the canopy of huge trees, walkways are carved out along natural lines and everywhere there’s the sound of water – in lotus ponds, fountains and natural streams. It’s totally relaxing being cocooned in this green haven.

The Anantara Hua Hin Resort caters to everyone, from honeymooners to families and bigger groups for events and functions. Children can totally immerse themselves in lots of fun activities at Baan Pla Noi Children’s Club like art & crafts, sports, cooking and Thai language classes. For the adults, there’s yoga, muay thai, tennis and a well equipped fitness centre for the gym bunnies. Oh did I mention there are 2 lovely pools in the resort?

The resort plants its own organic herbs 

Welcome to the Spa!

The beachfront is incredibly calming, with wide stretches of fine sand rolling into the sea. We totally enjoyed chilling out here, especially at sunset when the whole environment took on an ethereal feel. One of our most memorable meals was a dinner at Sai Thong, the resort’s oceanfront restaurant. There was a cool gentle breeze that evening as we indulged on grilled seafood and lusciously tender pork ribs.

Our delicious dinner at Sai Thong!

Rim Nam is another signature restaurant at the Anantara Hua Hin Resort. It’s listed on Trip Advisor as the No.1 Thai restaurant in Hua Hin. The quaint elegant Thai-style pavilion restaurant serves traditional family-type Thai food. We enjoyed Mieng Kam, various Thai salads, green chicken curry and a perfectly steamed seabass with chilli-lime sauce.

Authentic Thai cuisine at Rim Nam

Breakfast is a delightful affair at Issara Cafe. The open-air white-washed pavilion setting is the perfect venue for a leisurely meal to start off the day. We love the many live stations where chefs prepare orders a la minute. But what really made our breakfast complete was their huge selection of fresh tropical fruits. And the coffee was really excellent too!

Glorious breakfast at Issara Cafe!

There are several other dining outlets in the resort which we didn’t get to experience – Baan Thalia (Italian fine dining), Sala Siam (contemporary lounge), Loy Nam (poolside refreshments) and their Lagoon Bar. So, there’s really nice dining options for guests in the resort, should they choose to dine in.

We didn’t do too badly at the Thai Cooking Class, eh!

Throughout its landscaped sprawling grounds, immersed in its laid-back luxury, we can’t help but be enchanted by the Thai culture in this beautiful resort – from the gardens, the food, traditionally carved wooden structures and even attending a Thai cooking class!

With Air Asia now having direct flights from KLIA2 to Hua Hin, it’s so easy to get to this seaside resort town. With a flight duration of less than 2 hours, Hua Hin is a very attractive destination and the Anantara there is a topnotch option. We will be back!

 

ANANTARA HUA HIN RESORT & SPA
43/1 Phetkasem Beach Road
Hua Hin
Thailand
Tel: +66-32-520-250
Email: huahin@anantara.com

Visit the website for more & latest information!

 

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AVANI+ HUA HIN RESORT, Thailand

When Air Asia started direct flights to Hua Hin in mid 2018, I knew I had to make a trip there. I enjoy Thailand and Hua Hin was definitely in my radar. However, my travel schedules were crazy last year and before I knew it, the year was out. Once 2019 dawned, I made my Hua Hin plans and finally got to this stylish coastal town last month. It’s a short flight from KLIA2, just under 2 hours and after a quick shut-eye onboard, it was time to land.

Clearing Immigration at Hua Hin Airport was a breeze and before long, I was whisked away heading to Avani+ Hua Hin Resort. It’s just a short drive – the resort is about 6km from the airport. In a matter of minutes, I arrived at the open lobby/reception of the resort and checking-in was done very quickly.

My stay was in a Lagoon Pool Villa which is located towards the beach end of the property. It’s a sprawling property, mind you but worry not, there are buggies to transport you to anywhere in the resort! Avani+ Hua Hin has 196 rooms, suites and villas.

My Lagoon Pool Villa is gorgeous – king bed overlooking the lagoon pool! A split level from the bed is a lounging space with a long cushioned seat, coffee-maker and dining table. Just open the sliding door, there’s a cool patio for sun-lazing and for a cool dip, just jump straight into the lagoon pool. Ahhh…that’s the life! Perfect for honeymooners or just about anyone who wants a cosy stay in a luxurious villa. I checked out the other rooms and they all have the same contemporary decor of elegant light woods and classy fit-outs (just different sizing of space!)


 

I wanted to just stay in my Lagoon Pool Villa all day! But then, need to eat, right? Guests at the villas have access to the Avani Club, just a few steps away from my villa. There’s buffet breakfast and sundown cocktails served here. I like the special breakfast dishes for order – their Prawn Omelette was so good that I had that every morning!

A whole leg of jamon ham for breakfast!

Sunset canapes at Avani Club

Guests can also opt to have breakfast at Staa’s, the resort’s all-day dining restaurant serving Thai and international fares. Personally, I prefer breakfast at the Avani Club as it’s more relaxed, exclusive and service was really attentive.  But the breakfast spread at Staa’s was pretty phenomenal – in addition to the usual bacon, sausages, eggs, breads and pastries, there’s also a huge selection of Thai street-food like noodles, pork skewers, fried mini crullers and Thai desserts.

Breakfast at Staa’s

I got a taste of diversified dining at Avani+ Hua Hin. On the first night, I tried Indian cuisine at Staa’s. Thali Sets (both vegetarian and meat sets) are hugely popular – biryani rice with a good selection of Indian favourites. I must say the curries were really very appetizing and I ate more biryani rice than I should have.

Thali Sets for dinner at Staa’s

On another night, I had barbequed seafood and Thai dishes at Brezza, their beachfront restaurant. I chose to sit outside as the weather was fine – it was al fresco dining at its best with a cool sea breeze blowing in and the soft lull of ocean waves breaking on the shore.

BBQ Seafood at Brezza, ocean-front dining is the best!

With 2 swimming pools, a lagoon pool, a well-equipped gym (AvaniFit), kids’ centre (Avani Kids) and yoga classes, there’s no lack of activities at the resort. For me, my favourite is their Avani Spa of course, with its spa therapies and authentic hammam experience. Oh did I mention that there’s a jazz bar in the resort too? Blue Biscuit is the perfect spot to chillout in the evenings as the ocean view from the bar is really something!

Avanifit: well-equipped gym

Yoga, anyone?

AvaniKids – kids will definitely love it here!

AvaniSpa: my favourite corner!

Blue Biscuit – jazz bar

With its vast grounds and beautifully landscaped rolling gardens facing the ocean, Avani+ Hua Hin is great for hosting events as well. While I was there, the beachfront was beautifully set up for a corporate event – guests were thoroughly enjoying themselves dining under twinkling stars in elegantly laid out tables.

Lovely sea-facing grounds set-up for events

Besides the physical activities, guests at the resort can also sign-up for cooking classes to learn to cook some traditional Thai dishes.

Results of our cooking class – impressive?

Hua Hin is definitely a destination to head to, now with short direct flights there and Avani+ Hua Hin is suitable for all kinds of getaway – romantic stay for couples, fun vacation for the whole family or group event of any sort. Beach weddings and honeymoons … totally fit the bill here!

 

AVANI+ HUA HIN RESORT
1499 Petchkasem Road
Cha-am, Hua Hin
Phetchaburi 76120
Thailand
Tel: +66-32-898-989
email: avaniplus.huahin@avanihotels.com

Avani Reservations Team:
+66 2 365 9110 or
reserveavani@avanihotels.com
(English, Chinese, Thai only)

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An idyllic stay in DANI BEACH COTTAGE, LANGKAWI

On a recent trip to the mystical island of Langkawi, we had a chance to stay at Dani Beach Cottage. Yes, I always think of Langkawi as “mystical” – no other island has that impression on me. Maybe it’s all about the Mahsuri legend surrounding it, but every time I gaze at the island from the air as the plane lands, Langkawi has always seemed like a transcendent magical isle rising from the sea amidst swirls of mist and mystery.

Lush green surroundings and your very own private beachfront!

Dani Beach Cottage is located in the grounds of Century Langkawi Beach Resort (currently not operational) in Pantai Kok but is privately owned and managed by S&W Premium Collections. From the airport, it’s only about 15 minutes’ drive through quiet winding roads. The caretaker, Azura, was already waiting for us when we arrived. Smiling and friendly, she showed us in and briefed us on the workings of the cottage, telling us she’d be back with breakfast in the morning before leaving us to enjoy the premises. Yes, this is one of those rare AirBnB stays which include breakfast provided by a generous host.

You can be sure of a very comfortable stay in these beautifully appointed rooms

The cottage has 3 spacious bedrooms: 1 king bed in the master bedroom and bedroom 2 & 3 have a king bed + a twin bed each and all rooms have attached bathrooms. That means a total of 8 guests can be accommodated very comfortably in the cottage. I love the warm rustic charm of the decor and furnishings with local touches enhancing the cosy premise.

Thoughtful touches by the host

A welcome basket of fruits, batik sarongs for guests’ use during the stay, bottles of drinking water – these are all thoughtful gestures from the host. Bath towels and toiletries are laid out in the bathrooms.

Besides the lovely abode, what’s really profound and memorable of this stay is the idyllic peace and quiet which envelopes the place like a surreal cocoon. With its own private beachfront amidst the lush grounds, we felt like we own this entire corner of tropical paradise.

In the mornings, we had our breakfast on the balcony facing the calm ocean with only the birds calling out an occasional greeting while we enjoyed our nasi lemak, toasts and coffee. And in the evenings, it was just us savouring and admiring Mother Nature’s handiwork as she painted the horizon in glorious sunset colours.

We slept very well during our stay – must be the island air and the super-comfortable bed. Besides going out for meals, a bit of shopping and a visit to the Langkawi Sky Cab (cable car), we spent lots of relaxing moments in the cottage – reading, watching internet tv and just chilling out on the balcony enjoying the sea breeze.

It’s best to rent a car in Langkawi (rates are very affordable) – makes moving around the island a breeze. There are many eateries in Pantai Kok itself, some just about 5 minutes’ drive away from the cottage. We had dinner in one of the seafood restaurants nearby (just about 3 minutes’ drive from Dani Cottage) and on another night, we drove further to Pantai Cenang for a spa session, followed by dinner at another seafood restaurant.

If you are looking to stay at a cosy, quiet & private place, with the ocean in front and lush greenery all around, Dani Beach Cottage is just the perfect spot. Get a small group together and enjoy Langkawi the Dani way.

Booking is via AirBnB and here’s the link:

DANI BEACH COTTAGE

The host is very responsive and communication is excellent.

I can get used to having breakfast like this every day!

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NEW WORLD HOTEL PETALING JAYA

Rising high against the skyline, the New World Petaling Jaya Hotel is one of the tallest hotels in this part of town. Located adjacent to Paradigm Mall, this deluxe hotel exudes simple elegance and class right from the moment you step inside. Designed along contemporary classical lines with subdued greys and earth colours throughout its interior, I felt a sense of cosiness and relaxing welcome when I checked in for a weekend stay recently.

Lobby Lounge & Reception – so cosy & inviting!

Lobby Lounge bathed in romantic hues after sunset

Our suite was spacious and ever so comfortable. Complete with a sitting lounge accommodating a full sofa and armchair, the roominess was very welcome. With a separate tv in the sitting room and another one in the bedroom, DL and I could choose to watch our own stations without disturbing the other. I love the huge wardrobe space in the bedroom which has moveable walls – open them up for that walk-in effect!

The dual-sink marble-clad bathroom has a free-standing bathtub for that touch of luxury.

As suite guests, we got access to the New World Hotel’s signature Residence Club Living Room with exclusive benefits. There’s complimentary breakfast, all-day refreshments and dedicated concierge service provided. We just had to check out the breathtaking views from that floor when we dropped by for some drinks and canapés before dinner. We didn’t take breakfast here as we had ours at Pasar Baru during our stay.

Entrance to the Residence Club Living Room

Check out the view from here!

Pasar Baru
Even before this stay, we had been here for some meals and were impressed by the food here. We couldn’t resist having our breakfasts and dinners here during our weekend stay.

From the Buka Pausa meal we had here not too long ago, we already knew their buffet meals were good. The spread is not lavish nor too extensive but what they serve are focused and tasty dishes. As the name suggests, Pasar Baru serves a selection of multi-cultural local cuisines – Malay, Indian and Chinese favourites in a lively market-style setting. We love the vadai, roti and curries at the Indian counter. The grilled seafood, satay and fried chicken at the Malay stall. From the noodles station, our all-time curry laksa is a must-have every time we’re here! Don’t miss the Hainanese chicken rice – it’s really good. Although local food features quite a bit here, Pasar Baru also serves some Western favourites.

Fresh seafood

Glorious Indian fares!

My never-miss Curry Laksa

Deep-fried Durians!

We love the local selections for breakfast at Pasar Baru. There’s thosai and capati freshly made at the Indian counter – nothing beats the aroma of fresh rotis on the griddle! Nasi lemak is of course served. Then there’s also Chee Cheong Fun and Chicken Soup Noodles as well as dim sum from the Chinese corner. Oh there’s even Chinese tea eggs served – a first for me, at a hotel restaurant!

Irresistible with coffee!

Chinese Tea Eggs!

Curry Chee Cheong Fun & Vadai

PJ’s Bar & Grill is the largest rooftop bar in Petaling Jaya, set on the 30th floor. The panoramic view from this location is truly amazing, especially during sunset, so be sure to catch that before dinner at the al fresco dining space or inside the restaurant. Check out my earlier review of PJ’s Bar & Grill here.

Level 30 is also where the hotel’s infinity-edge swimming pool is located. It definitely feels like you’re swimming at the top of the world, backdropped against the city panorama below. A fully-equipped state-of-the-art fitness centre illuminated by natural light is located on Level 29 of the hotel.

So inviting! There’s a reason why this is called an infinity pool!

If you’re thinking of throwing a big party, this hotel can very well accommodate that with a 1,700 sq meter pillarless grand ballroom being able to host 1,000 guests.

 

NEW WORLD PETALING JAYA HOTEL
No.1 Jalan SS7/26A
Kelana Jaya
47301 Petaling Jaya
Tel: +603-7682-0111

Email: reservations.petalingjaya@newworldhotels.com
Visit newworldhotels.com

NEW WORLD HOTEL PETALING JAYA

Rising high against the skyline, the New World Petaling Jaya Hotel is one of the tallest hotels in this part of town. Located adjacent to Paradigm Mall, this deluxe hotel exudes simple elegance and class right from the moment you step inside. Designed along contemporary classical lines with subdued greys and earth colours throughout its interior, I felt a sense of cosiness and relaxing welcome when I checked in for a weekend stay recently.

Lobby Lounge & Reception – so cosy & inviting!

Lobby Lounge bathed in romantic hues after sunset

Our suite was spacious and ever so comfortable. Complete with a sitting lounge accommodating a full sofa and armchair, the roominess was very welcome. With a separate tv in the sitting room and another one in the bedroom, DL and I could choose to watch our own stations without disturbing the other. I love the huge wardrobe space in the bedroom which has moveable walls – open them up for that walk-in effect!

The dual-sink marble-clad bathroom has a free-standing bathtub for that touch of luxury.

As suite guests, we got access to the New World Hotel’s signature Residence Club Living Room with exclusive benefits. There’s complimentary breakfast, all-day refreshments and dedicated concierge service provided. We just had to check out the breathtaking views from that floor when we dropped by for some drinks and canapés before dinner. We didn’t take breakfast here as we had ours at Pasar Baru during our stay.

Entrance to the Residence Club Living Room

Check out the view from here!

Pasar Baru
Even before this stay, we had been here for some meals and were impressed by the food here. We couldn’t resist having our breakfasts and dinners here during our weekend stay.

From the Buka Pausa meal we had here not too long ago, we already knew their buffet meals were good. The spread is not lavish nor too extensive but what they serve are focused and tasty dishes. As the name suggests, Pasar Baru serves a selection of multi-cultural local cuisines – Malay, Indian and Chinese favourites in a lively market-style setting. We love the vadai, roti and curries at the Indian counter. The grilled seafood, satay and fried chicken at the Malay stall. From the noodles station, our all-time curry laksa is a must-have every time we’re here! Don’t miss the Hainanese chicken rice – it’s really good. Although local food features quite a bit here, Pasar Baru also serves some Western favourites.

Fresh seafood

Glorious Indian fares!

My never-miss Curry Laksa

Deep-fried Durians!

We love the local selections for breakfast at Pasar Baru. There’s thosai and capati freshly made at the Indian counter – nothing beats the aroma of fresh rotis on the griddle! Nasi lemak is of course served. Then there’s also Chee Cheong Fun and Chicken Soup Noodles as well as dim sum from the Chinese corner. Oh there’s even Chinese tea eggs served – a first for me, at a hotel restaurant!

Irresistible with coffee!

Chinese Tea Eggs!

Curry Chee Cheong Fun & Vadai

PJ’s Bar & Grill is the largest rooftop bar in Petaling Jaya, set on the 30th floor. The panoramic view from this location is truly amazing, especially during sunset, so be sure to catch that before dinner at the al fresco dining space or inside the restaurant. Check out my earlier review of PJ’s Bar & Grill here.

Level 30 is also where the hotel’s infinity-edge swimming pool is located. It definitely feels like you’re swimming at the top of the world, backdropped against the city panorama below. A fully-equipped state-of-the-art fitness centre illuminated by natural light is located on Level 29 of the hotel.

So inviting! There’s a reason why this is called an infinity pool!

If you’re thinking of throwing a big party, this hotel can very well accommodate that with a 1,700 sq meter pillarless grand ballroom being able to host 1,000 guests.

 

NEW WORLD PETALING JAYA HOTEL
No.1 Jalan SS7/26A
Kelana Jaya
47301 Petaling Jaya
Tel: +603-7682-0111

Email: reservations.petalingjaya@newworldhotels.com
Visit newworldhotels.com

KINGS GREEN HOTEL, MELAKA

With Melaka being just less than 2 hours’ drive away from the Klang Valley, it’s one of the most popular places to head to for a break, especially during the weekends.

Recently we took a drive down to Melaka and decided to check out Kings Green Hotel. Located along Jalan Tun Perak, the hotel is actually just 10 minutes away from Mahkota Parade. It’s in a pretty quiet location yet not too far away from the city centre and most of the tourist sites. This boutique hotel is the first Green Building Index (GBI) certified hotel in Melaka.

Checking-in was a breeze. Before long we were whisked away to our Premier Suite. The spacious room has a king bed + a twin bed, large bathroom complete with a bathtub. It comes with all the usual modern room amenities like personal safe, mini bar, flatscreen tv and wifi of course. We loved the little touches of welcome like the plate of delicious local kueh and bars of handmade soap!

Such a sweet welcome: famous local kueh keria and dodol!

Kings Green Hotel has an adequate swimming pool and gym as well as meeting and functions facilities. This caters to their corporate clients or just about anyone who wants to hold some private events here.

There are 3 F&B outlets in this medium-sized hotel (150 rooms). The Hibiscus Cafe is their all-day dining restaurant and this is where daily buffet breakfast is served.  In the afternoon, try their “Sembang-sembang” Tea at the restaurant.  They serve lovely local snacks like cucur udang, cucur ikan bilis, keropok lekor, goreng pisang and fried sweet potatoes.  It’s an irresistible set at only RM8 to RM12, inclusive of 1 hot drink (teh tarik or Nescafe Tarik)

Buffet breakfast at Hibiscus Cafe daily

Eat well at breakfast

Cucur at Sembang-Sembang Teatime

Rojak Buah

Pisang Goreng

Western Food promotion at Hibiscus Cafe: Chicken Chop (RM22 nett)

Grilled Chicken Chop (RM22 nett)

Jia Restaurant serves both Chinese and Nyonya cuisines from their a la carte menu. It’s opened for lunch and dinner and we found the locals love to dine here as well. On the day that we dined here, the restaurant was pretty full and happening! We sampled some of the chef’s signature home-style dishes which turned out to be quite impressive.

Baked Prawns with Cheese & Butter Garlic Sauce

Braised Chicken with Salted Fish in Claypot

Deep-fried Squids with Butter 

Braised Seafood Noodles 

Chinese Pancake 

On another day we had a lunch of Nyonya specialities which showcased the chef’s skills in curating dishes of nyonya origins. Just take a look at the spread we had…

Ayam Keluak 

Udang Masak Lemak Nenas

Fried Rice

What a spread!

After dinner, just adjourn to the top floor where their Green Acres Lounge & Bar is the perfect spot to relax with some drinks and watch the live band performing. On a clear cool night, the al fresco rooftop is just the place to chill and chat.

So, if you are looking for a comfortable and affordable boutique hotel to stay in Melaka, Kings Green Hotel is a good choice. It’s in a convenient location, just about 10-15 minutes’ drive to most of the popular places in Melaka.

 

KINGS GREEN HOTEL
28 Jalan Tun Perak
75300 Melaka
Tel: +606-288-1091
www.kingsgreenhotel.com.my