Happy New Year! Welcome to the January edition of our Monthly Happenings. Find out what’s happening in and around our hotels this month and be sure to check it out if you’re in the area!
It’s beginning of the year and best time to plan your next holiday for great savings!
Hotel Promotions & Happenings
Everyone deserves a break. Enjoy our best deals deals from our hotels.
- Concorde Hotel Kuala Lumpur– Spend some quality time with your family in the golden triangle Kuala Lumpur premier shopping district.
- Hard Rock Hotel Penang– Book in advance to enjoy best rates! Rates from RM340 per night!
- The Lakehouse Cameron Highlands – Enjoy 10% best available rates in highland getaway.
Out & About – Events not to be missed
If you happen to be in these cities, be sure to check out these events and festivals happening!
Kuala Lumpur: Dinosaurs Alive
Now – 14 January 2018
Source: Malaysia Tourism Board
Dinosaurs are back from the dead and they are roaring in KL!Get up close and personal with the most infamous of prehistoric creatures, the colossal Tyrannosaurus Rex, as Dinosaurs Alive in Kuala Lumpur roars under the Big Top in an amazing, immersive family experience.
Click here for details.
Kuala Lumpur: E-Waste Campaign
Now -31 July 2018
Go green with 1 Utama – Be rewarded with shopping vouchers when you bring your e-waste to One Utama Shopping. Donate your electrical and electronic waste to their Collection Points Customer Service Centre.
Visit One Utama Website for details.
Singapore: River Hongbao
26 January – 4 February 2018
Source: Singapore Travel Hub
Usher in the Chinese New Year at the River Hongbao, a celebration of all things Chinese at Singapore’s iconic Floating Platform @ Marina Bay. This lively festival offers a special Chinese cultural experience—from giant lanterns to mouth-watering food—that is a feast for your senses.
Visit River Hongbao for more information.
30 January – 1 February 2018
Picture credit: Najjua Zulkefli
Thaipusam signifies the victory of good over evil. During this celebration, a pilgrimage procession takes place to bring the statue of Lord Muruga on a golden chariot worth RM3 million led by more than 60 kavadis from Little India to the Arulmigu Balathandayuthapani hilltop temple at Waterfall Road. On Thaipusam day, devoteed go through a physical endurance of being skewered and pierced on the back and front of their bodies as act of penance.