I’m back again! 😀
Yesterday I posted about my review of Aaron Crow’s Fearless Magic show, the highlight of my recent weekend trip to Genting Highlands. Today I’ll be posting about the rest of the trip and cover everything else we did! It’s gonna be super image heavy! 😛Traveling with my sis for this trip! On the coach~
My cute personalized passport cover thanks to Tiffy!
We reached the hotel early in the morning around 5am, caught some sleep before we headed out around 10+am~
Checked out Terminal 2 cafe just at the lobby of XYZ wing.
They had nice bread, but servings were huge. We didn’t want to be too full as we were expecting a buffet lunch at Coffee Terrace~
So I snapped a few photos and we headed to check out other food places.
Like 1 Meter Teh!
The porridge smelled amazing, so we decided to get a bowl to share…Teh & Chicken Porridge. Honestly the porridge was so-so, it was the fried onion that made it smell heavenly and taste good!
Then it was time for buffet lunch!!!
Once again, our SOP – array of cuisine on our table! 😀
Close ups of the delicious food… Once again, the buffet did not disappoint, both in quality and quantity. 😛
A photo with the bloggers and plus ones, and our blogger host from RWG, Eric. 🙂
This time round, I explored the Coffee Terrace place with Chiu Yen and sis and found this sightseeing spot:
You can pay to view further… but I didn’t la. Haha.
Then I was trying to practise selfies/wefies on my new Canon G7 camera…
Apparently my sis is a pro at it! 😛
Here’s one of me after a few takes. But as you can see, I can’t seem to take on with one hand only… I need more practice. Haha.
Next we headed to Snow World!!! I know I sound super excited now, when I was initially not. But I unexpectedly had a lot of fun for what was supposed to be for kids/children, hahaha. All you need to have fun, is to have a child’s heart! 😛
We went just shortly after Easter, so it was Easter themed!
The Dress Up Corner where we changed into our jackets and shoes.
Here’s one with the group before going in! The plan was to take 5-10 min before it was open to public, to snap some photos before we can have fun after! Photos and cameras are not allowed (except for media) inside Snow World as they have professional photographers inside and will charge you for photos, should you want.
Super cute Easter eggs and sweets decor~
They have ice sculptures too.
Another group we-fie, inside!
With sis outside the Igloo house!
After this we couldn’t snap photos when the Snow World opened to public and we kept our cameras away, but I did get to seat the slide which is only for people before 65kg, and we also played with the red sledges and it was a lot of fun! It’s those kiddy level kind of intensity which is just perfect for me because I don’t like scary rides, hahaha.Group we-fie outside Snow World~
After Snow World, we went to catch the Fearless Magic Show, which I’ve already covered in the previous post. After the show, we had dinner at Bubbles & Bites!
The name Bubbles & Bites originates from the fact that the restaurant serves simple western food with an exquisite list of drinks―including sparkling wines imported from such countries as Italy, Spain and France. Hence the word“Bubbles.” True to its name, Bubbles & Bites makes the perfect chillout place for effervescent young people, families and all others who believe great food and good ambience go hand in hand.
Let’s check out the place!
I like how it has an open concept, it’s like dining in a European cafe along the streets except it’s indoors, haha.
Here’s the view from the stairs to the mezzanine level for VIP seating.
A lovely feature wall, with presumably names of Italian dishes.
Our VIP and private spot at Bubbles & Bites!
We-fie with dinner group~
The menu, sorry it’s a little dark, basically you have choices from Pizzas, Pasta and Meat.
Refreshing Blackcurrent with apple base juice.
The dancers from Fearless show were having dinner, salad! That’s how they stay so slim…
With Salad. My favourite rocket leaves.
Slow braised lamb shank.
My favourite dish, Chicken Schnitzel, it’s crispy on the outside and tender inside. Love!
Spaghetti Bolognese.Carbonara Pizza.Lam Lee Burger, tastes like a restaurant version of Ramly burger.Ethiopian Chicken, as its name goes, it tastes like curry chicken from Africa. One of the recommended / popular dishes.
Oblong Margherita Pizza.Kampung Chicken.Old Angus Beef T-Bone Steak.Old Angus Beef T-Bone Steak. This was pretty good! Overall the food at Bubbles & Bites were of great value with prices from RM29 for Ethiopian Chicken to RM75 for the Old Angus Beef Steak. I highly recommend the Grilled Salmon Tagliatelle & Cremosa Pesto (RM33) & Chicken Schnitzel (RM29).
After dinner, Eric arranged for us to feast on Gelatos! The server reallyyy packed in a ton of Gelatos for us in this bowl. We went with Hazenut, Mango, Chocolate and Blood Orange flavors.
After desserts, we had free and easy time… My sis and went walking around the Plaza Square, there was a Japanese fair going on… It was inspired by the hanami/pink blossoms season.
After some shopping, we joined William, Leong, Gerald, Lenice and Jocelyn at K Studio for some Karaoke!
It’s located at level 4, above Nike Factory Store: Oops, I didn’t snap a pic of the room / hour rates HAHA. I thought this was it. T_T I think it’s about RM80 per hour.
We all had a lot of fun singing both chinese and english songs, I did wish the walls weren’t so thin / better cushioned as we could totally hear what the next room was singing! LOL.
After the K-session, sis and I headed back to our room to rest! It was 3am by the time we prepped for bed and slept.
The next morning we checked out some of the art at the lobby and I took shots for my OOTDS before we headed for breakfast at Food Factory! 🙂
Striped Top / Dress from Motel Rocks, Revolve. Skirt from Stradivarius, Bag and Shoes from Steve Madden.
My sis looking all fine and grand with her Starbucks coffee fix! HAHA.
The Food Factory is a brand new dining concept located at 3rd Floor First World Plaza. It is a 23,568 sq ft opened kitchen concept restaurant that can accommodate 1300 diners. The restaurant serves a delightful range of breakfast offering from 4 different counters ie: West Asian, East Asian, Western and pastry from 6.00am to 11.00am daily at only RM 29.00 nett (adult) and RM 14.50 nett (child).
Fascinating pancake making machine!
The chef says the machines make it possible to serve up to 2,000 people at one time. The pancake machine, for instance, can make up to 200 pieces of pancakes in approximately 30 minutes. Using the machine saves time and energy. More interesting fun facts: Making pancakes for 2,000 people requires 7.2 kg of flour, 13 eggs and 7.2 liter of milk!
Among other choices offered are varieties of freshly Baked Breads and Local Buns, Danishes, Pancakes, Cereals, Nasi Lemak, Idli, Dhokla, Putu Mayam, Pita Bread, Paratha, Congee and Condiments, assorted pau, Juice, Coffee & Tea. Pizza lovers will also enjoy freshly baked pizza from our large pizza conveyor such as Pizza with Tomato Sauce and Cheese and Vegetarian Pizza with Mushroom.
Our picks for breakfast!
Lots of freshly baked bread!!! <3
At East Asian Counter, you may find favourite local delicacies such as Fish Ball Noodle Soup or Curry Noodle Soup, Fried Carrot with XO Sauce, Grilled or Deep-fried Yam Roll, Deep-fried Cheese Roll or Chee Cheong Fun, Fried Loh See Fun or Fried Yee Mee, Chinese Soup and Dim Sum too.
At West Asian Counter, wide varieties of local cuisines such as assorted Malay and Nyonya Kuih, Nasi Lemak with condiments, Potatoes Samosa, Vegetables Pakoras, Tandoori Chicken, Fish Head Curry, Ayam Masak Merah, Chicken and Lamb Skewer to Roti Jala or Grill Seafood.
For light snackers, you may also want to enjoy some finger food such as Margherita Pizza, Chicken Ham Pizza, Toasted Bread with Kaya and Butter or even Fried Banana or Sweet Potatoes.
Leong looking so happy with his food! 🙂My sis took prata for our round 2! By now I was really full already. 😛
With the group after a hearty and full breakfast!
Last shot with our hosts Eric and Jia Yi before we get back on the road home~
Do check out my previous trip post here if you haven’t, I’d love to go back and visit the scenic temple surroundings, they do have the best view in Genting after all!
Thank you Resorts World Genting once again for the kind generosity in hosting and preparing such a fun trip for us! ^^