Mar 17, 2010

Eat @ Genting Highland - Part 2

28th Feb 2010

We went "Yum Cha" the next morning at Ah Yat. The dim sum were all average tasting and nothing impressive but service was pretty good. Overall, we enjoyed the meals and total bills for 9 was about RM320.00 about RM35 per pax. After conversion to SGD, it was actually quite cheap.

Scallop Dumplings / Siew Mai / Prawns Dumplings / Char Siew Pau

Steamed Chicken Feet / Fish Dumplings / Steamed Pork Ribs / Seafood Porridge

Fried Prawn Dumplings / Banana & Prawn Rolls / Beancurb Rolls / Spring Rolls

Egg Tarts / Carrot Cakes / Fried Custard Buns / Prawns Rice Rolls

Level T2A, Lot F/L2A.23,
First World Hotel,
69000 Genting Highlands,

We had a light & late lunch at the bus terminal before we left for our coach back to Singapore. Surprisingly, the cafe at the bus terminal serve very nice Char Kway Teow. All of us gave thumb up for it.

First World Hotel Bus Terminal
That's end our 2 days 1 night at Genting Highland.


Blessed Homemaker said...

I don't usually enjoy my stay in Genting for 2 reasons:
1. Poor ventilation in hotels
2. Low food standard.

I find the food overly priced and quality so-so only. I prefer KL's local restaurants, recommended by the locals, much better food and cheaper too.

Anyway, thanks for sharing your experience :)

Wen said...

Hi Blessed Homemaker,

Totally agreed with you. The rooms are without aircon so if windows are not open, the ventilation will be quite bad. I think Genting is more for gamblers and the theme park is not interesting too.

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