GLITZ at Genting Highland a.k.a #mss Mini Gathering

by - Sunday, November 21, 2010

First of all I would like to thanks to Genting for the invitation. It is a little bit rush for me and guess what? I still manage to attend. Sorry for make the trip a little bit delay and I know you guys can enjoy the food longer if I do not make any delay right? *sad*

I having my final exam from 8am - 11am but off early and went to Lin Yu Chun press conference at J.W. Marriott 11.30am. Right after that, I went to Peter Pan the Musical at Sunway Lagoon. Oh ya, I will giving out the Gala Premiere to my reader.

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They are so lucky to have a group photo with illusionist and escape artist - Charles Bach

The much awaited, brand new resident show at Resorts World Genting is finally here: GLITZ! An hour-long extravaganza bringing together internationally acclaimed performers in an East-meets-West concept, get ready to be dazzled by an enchanting and fabulous journey of wonder - guaranteed to be an amazing and unforgettable experience for the whole family!

Among the main acts featured will be the renowned magician, illusionist and escape artist - Charles Bach. With his extensive theatrical training, he will captivate you with amazing feats of illusion and deft sleight-of-hand. Next, we have the PuYang HuaChen Acrobatic Group - whose agility and dexterity is backed up with over 3000 years of tradition. Their skilled display of gravity-defying tricks will leave you on the edge of your seat. Last but not least, we have the brilliant and beautiful Daria Pushankina - mistress of sand art. Though young, her sheer talent in sand animation has won her accolades the world over. A truly unique form of story-telling that is sure to leave an impression!

Check it out more detail: HERE!

This is my food. Nice?
Hmmm... should I be honest?

Nom nom nom at Coffee Terrace, Hotel Genting. The food just ordinary even though they have a lot of variety. My jie jie and I straight away went to the Japanese section and this is where our "kiasu mode" on. Unfortunately, I prefer Asian food since their Japanese food not as good as what I expected.

Can see the differences? LOL

Some people ask me how is My Selangor Story trip.
You can check it out my previous post:

I just wondering how nice if I have a cup of hot Starbuck cappuccino.

I manage to try the Christmas Starbuck promotion... *heart*

Till then... looking forward for My Selangor Story part 2.
Good luck to the new family.

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