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Ramadhan Special Rates

Apart from the Ramadhan Sungkai Buffet, we are also giving you a special room rates when you stay with us during the month of Ramadhan!
With only $70 PER NIGHT, you can enjoy a night stay with complimentary SAHUR for 2!
For reservations, please call +673 2335111 ✨

Ramadhan Buffet


In conjunction to the Holy month of Ramadhan, we are pleased to introduce you to our first ever RAMADHAN SUNGKAI BUFFET that will be held at our Damai Ballroom! 🌟
Some of the special menu we will be serving are roast duck, lamb steaks and bubble tea! 😱😍
Priced at only $14.80 for ADULT and $6.90 for CHILDREN! 🤩
Do note that we are taking bookings via RESERVATION ONLY.
For reservations, please call 📞 +673 2335111
. (Happening from 10th May 2019 – 3rd June 2019)


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March Open Day 2019

All wedding halls fully booked? Still don’t have a venue for your wedding? Did you miss our earlybird promotion last year?

Fret not! Cause we will be having our 2nd Openday NEXT MONTH on the 22, 23 & 24 MARCH 2019! Take advantage of this openday to grab some special exclusive promotions! *Terms and Conditions apply*

SAVE THE DATE! We’ll see you there! 😊✨ 

December Promotion

2019 is fast approaching, and what better way to prepare for it than a festive countdown? Take advantage of our School’s Out Promo and enjoy a 3D2N staycation complete with daily buffet breakfast, welcome treats & vouchers from Heatwave, Sushi Tei & Aman Hills Shopping Centre! *Subject to availability*

Have your much needed December escape without breaking the bank! Our Deluxe Twin Room is waiting for you, just unpack & relax! Book now!


Simple Packing Tips

You’re going on a trip and you have your passport ready to go. Hooray! There isn’t much else you have to do besides packing your bags. Not many people enjoy packing. It can be stressful, annoying and it’s one of the least fun aspects of preparing for a trip.

So what stays and what goes? Here are the tips from travel experts. Less weight, less liability, less spending and overall less stress.


There is no point jamming a whole bunch of clothes into a suitcase that doesn’t make sense together. Make a list and get organized, start packing a few days before you leave, look at your itinerary and work out what outfits you will need each day. Knowing what you’ll be wearing each day can save you from over packing.

“Lay out everything that you think you want to pack on your bed and take a good hard look. It’s only when you lay your entire ensemble in front of you that you see where you’ve made mistakes and can make the appropriate cuts.” – Samantha Brown of the Travel Channel.


Wear your bulkiest articles of clothing – jackets, sweaters and boots on the plane to save space in your suitcase.


Rolling your clothes not only saves space but also helps your clothes to not get wrinkled as it would otherwise. Alternatively, use vacuum compression bags.


Check the extended weather forecast and do a bit of research on weather patterns for your travel destination. You need to pack for the climate you are heading to. Knowing the weather and packing accordingly is by far the most important factor to consider when packing for your vacation.


Select versatile and interchangeable pieces and let go of the idea that you have to take a different outfit for each day. Neutral are your friend when you’re packing, so you can mix and match the clothes you bring.


Leave some of your toiletries behind and use the soaps and lotions provided by the hotel or you can always buy those items once you get there. Also, most hotels have hair dryers so never pack one of those.

“I love to try the new shampoos and conditioners when I travel.” – Kelly Vrtis of The Container Store.


If you need to store travel money somewhere, consider placing it in an empty sun tan lotion bottle or similar. Thieves are unlikely to look in locations like that and if you retrieve your luggage following theft, it stands a good chance of still being there.


Shoes are one of the bulkiest items to pack, so you want to limit the number of shoes that you pack. Since people tend to walk a lot when they are abroad, making sure that you have a durable pair of walking shoes is essential. You can wear a pair of shoes on the plane, but a great way to pack the others in the suitcase is to stuff them with other items that you’re planning to take. Be it socks, T-shirts, or anything else you can think of.


If you are traveling with children, your nappy bag will count as your carry on. Make sure you’ve got everything (you might want to factor in possible delays too): baby wipes; spare pacifiers; diapers; formula; toys; a pillow and it is worth bringing a few suck-able sweets to help with the pressure change during take off and landing.