DPMM FC ends season finished 8th
Celebrating a goal from Shahrazen
Ending on a middling note. So close yet so far. Last season, DPMM FC finished runner-ups and just missing the championship. This season, it’s a different story. With new import players and injury problems, DPMM FC failed to regain their old form and it has been a roller coaster ride for DPMM FC. The import players couldn’t seem to gel properly and some were given the boot midway to the season.
The only player that remained from last season is Tales dos Santos. The departure of Ivan Jerkovic in midfield left a huge gap for others to fill in. It wasn’t an easy task for the scouters of DPMM FC to find such a great talisman as Ivan Jerkovic. Despite the problems, I was happy about one thing - having more time for local players on the field and this is where the rebuilding begins. Adi Said, the younger brother of Shahrazen Said, has been getting more field time and this will be vital to gain more experience. The same could be said for Hendra and Azwan Ali who have still many years under their belt. Give it another season or two and these young players can truly show their potential in their prime time.
The reliable full-back Sairol just under went knee surgery and he is now under recovery programme and I hope for him to be fully fit for next season. Azwan Salleh had a good first half season with a few goals under his belt. I still remember his late goal winners and it was one of the best run that DPMM FC had before they began to slide down the league.
Last night DPMM FC had themselves to blame for squandering a two goal cushion. The host could have tripled their lead or even more - Subhi hitting the post and Azwan Ali’s efforts failed to hit the net. They were missing the likes of Wardun (in goal) and Pg Salleh (defender) who were both serving suspension. Vjeran Simunic’s departure was announced recently and last night match was his final duty and it wasn’t the send off that he wanted. He shared to the media and the press that it was a cruel outcome but that’s the beauty of football as anything can happen. I will definitely miss his emotional antics from the bench and he did a great job in guiding DPMM FC to a StarHub League Cup and finishing runner-ups in the S•League tournament. Pressure will be on the next coach for DPMM FC to better that record and so we shall wait and see.
It was good to see some supporters turned up
All eyes on Santos
Let’s hope he (Shahrazen) keeps in scoring form in 2014
Simunic final words to Adi Said on the pitch
An emotional finish for Simunic who thought DPMM FC was robbed off 3 points because they conceded a last minute equaliser
Geylang International FC’s keeper was the hero when he saved this shot from Azwan Ali. With the score line in favour to DPMM FC at 2-0, it could have been 3-0 and in the end, Geylang scored 2 goals late in the game to share the spoils
We’re gonna miss you, Santos! All the best!! Another fan favourite among Bruneians
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The moment heats up as the BIBD big event is just around the corner. BIBD yesterday held a second supporters meeting with the key stakeholders for this year’s BIBD CE-ALAF (Charity Expedition - Advocating Lifelong Learning for an Aspiring Future), to be held on November the 24th at the Hassanal Bolkiah National Stadium.
The meeting was organised to provide clarity and understanding on the proceedings for the BIBD CE-ALAF 2013 event between all stakeholders, ensuring the streamlining and prioritisation of the success and safety of all participants involved in the event.
The event was held at the BIBD Headquarters in the capital and was conducted by BIBD CE- ALAF 2013 Project Manager, Ahmad Nazmie bin Hj Omar. Also present at the meeting were key supporters for the BIBD CE-ALAF 2013 event, compromising of representatives from Royal Brunei Police Force, the Brunei Amateur Athletics Association, Cityneon, AdXpert, Jerudong Park Medical Clinic, The Raja Isteri Pengiran Anak Saleha Hospital, HEARTS and Armtrix, along with the BIBD Midnight Marathon coaches; Hamsul Sulaiman and Ahmad Fathi Junaidi.
BIBD CE- ALAF 2013 Project Manager, Ahmad Nazmie bin Hj Omar (second from left) headed the meeting
The Charity Expedition (CE) is one of the fund-raising activities under the ALAF initiative. ALAF is BIBD’s flagship Corporate Social Responsibility programme. The CE, carrying the tagline “One step, One pedal, One education’, will consist of running and a cycling event along with a charity bazaar. Winners of the competitive races stand a chance to win cash prizes of up to BND 2,000, along with tickets and accommodation packages to Singapore. First, second and third prize winners will also receive an exclusive winners’ T-Shirt, together with a winning medal.
The ALAF programme is a fund developed in tandem between BIBD and the Ministry of Education towards helping to provide assistance to underprivileged students. BIBD CE-ALAF 2013 is sanctioned by the Ministry of Home Affairs and Brunei Athletics Association and in partnership with the Ministry of Education. Besides the partners mentioned earlier, BIBD is also partnering with Brunei Press, OGH, Aewon, Superwater Marketing, Crystal Time and Ezy Printing & Services to ensure the success of this year’s BIBD CE-ALAF event, along with Singaporean companies; Drummond Printing and Active Networks. Other organizations wishing to partner with BIBD for support of CE-ALAF are still welcome to come join and participate.
Launched earlier in the year, the ALAF initiative is an extension of BIBD’s contribution towards its strong belief in the importance of early childhood education as the underlying core for everyone, in support of His Majesty’s 2035 vision of obtaining a 100% level of education to everyone. ALAF is an initiative that seeks to support the nation’s aspirations to building a well- educated and highly skilled human resource pool by providing opportunities of educational progression to underprivileged students.
In other news, the 42km runners in training more. You can check more of their photos here.
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Came out today in The Brunei Times.
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KFC Crazy Crunch
Recently KFC Brunei launched the KFC Crazy Crunch
KFC Crazy Crunch. Featuring a unique mixture of savoury tastes that KFC is marketing as “indescribable”, the KFC Crazy Crunch will be available for the next two months accompanied by two new items; the delicious butterscotch bun and Sjora Mango Peach drink to complement the fried chicken, targeted mainly at teens and young adults who long to experience new tastes.
“It’s an indescribable taste, rich in both aroma flavor, taste it for yourself to experience its uniqueness” said Jonathan Bong, Senior Marketing Manager, KFC (B) Sdn Bhd. So far, KFC has shown good record when it comes to launching new spicy flavoured chicken recipe with such examples as the recent Spicy Korean Crunch, the KFC Flaming Crunch in 2012, and the KFC Tom Yum Crunch way back in 2011. The new KFC Crazy Crunch is our gift to KFC Spicy die-hard fans out there,” added Bong. Following the usual tradition, KFC will stop serving the Hot & Spicy Chicken during the promotion period.
This KFC Crazy Crunch serves in 2 pieces and 3 pieces combo which comes with a delicious butterscotch bun and a cup of Sjora Mango Peace drink, of course also included the KFC signification side dishes, a regular size of whipped potato and coleslaw. There are only at B$7.80 for 2 pieces combo and B$9.80 for 3 pieces combo. For a group dining of seven to nine people, KFC Crazy Crunch also available in Feast A which inclusive of 9 pieces of Crazy Crunch chicken, a bottle of Pepsi (1.5L), a large size of whipped potato and coleslaw at B$28; Feast B which includes 15 pieces of Crazy Crunch chicken, 2 large size of whipped potato, a large size of coleslaw and a bottle of Pepsi (1.5L) at B$43.50. Customers can also opt to upgrade to KFC Crazy Crunch from the existing menu for an extra charge of B$0.20 per piece.
KFC Crazy Crunch is now available at all KFC outlets in Brunei. For delivery, customers can call KFC Delivery hotline at 2222-822.
You can choose the 2 pieces or 3 pieces combo :D
Not bad pricing for an Audi Q3 ;)
Lego still strong in Brunei
Lego craze is still there. It’s been a year and a bit that we have been coming across Lego displays in the Sultanate and this kinda shows that the interest is still strong among the public. I’m not an avid collector but I do have a few collections of my own, mainly Marvel and zombies related and maybe a bit of DC. Apart from that, I don’t collect Lego as a hobby. It’s more of a short term interest and I believe most of you have seen my minifig Hulkie especially when it appeared frequently on my IG handle a few months ago.
Speaking to “Novelty Nostalgia”, one of the founders of Bulat Lego, he said that the group has its ups and downs but the interest in Lego have been growing steadily ever since the FB group started. Back then, the interest was quite low when it first started. But thanks to the Lego events and activities, it picked up pace in terms of interest.
They have plans in the near future and hopefully making future collaborations with Gloria Jeans Coffee (Citis Square) like they did previously (May the Froth, a Star Wars themed lego display). They are also in discussion with Mabohai Shopping Complex and Times Square for upcoming events. So do stay tune for updates and join their Bulatlego group at FB and also their instagram @bulatlego.
Last night was the 2nd BUILD Display they organised which was held at Holiday Lodge.
Thor: The Dark World
A reason why Thor is popular. The irony.
Better than the first? Finally a comic adaptation sequel that is still impressive. We always tend to compare and benchmark movies from its predecessor and judge a movie where it’s a hit or miss from those comparison. Thor: The Dark World, in a way, defies that being an inferior sequel though I felt there are still flaws which are excusable to an extent.
Overall, I enjoyed this ride but it’s not a movie that I would watch twice actually. I know of a friend who watched twice and I’m pretty sure there are a handful who enjoyed it more than I did. If you are craving for above-average action scenes with some blend of comedic humour, then The Dark World is your cup of tea.
Oh, let me share that Tom Hiddleston famously playing the role of Loki kinda stole the show for me. I’m truly enjoying the chemistry of them brothers, Thor and Loki, and as my guest on the Popcorn Panel described that Loki is a villain that you love to hate. The other plus for me is the supporting cast especially Kat Dennings playing Darcy as Jane Foster’s assistant. I still prefer Iron Man 3 than The Dark World. Do check out our audio review in depth here and tell us what you think. Verdict: 7/10 @lilmopiko 8 @kkristine10 6 @timelessrealm 8 @4mywong 6.5 Rottentomatoes 78%
Was the remake necessary?
Thicker than blood. I caught this movie with @marul69 two weekends ago in Singapore and surprisingly it wasn’t launched here yet. For your info, this is a remake of the classic hit, back in the 1970s, and it was well directed by Brian DePalma. I didn’t remember much of the movie but it had its impactful moments that I could still remember. However, for the remake, it was almost the opposite.
Honestly, I lost interest almost half way through the movie but the final third kinda gave me some popcorn moments. Then again, the damage had been done earlier on. I’m a big fan of Chloe Grace Moretz and she was awesome in a vampire movie Let Me In but she seemed to lost her mojo in Carrie. Maybe she has been hyped too much and she has been receiving many roles as of late and rising in popularity. Could I be sensing some burn out? She’s an adorable actress but she couldn’t pull off a Sissy Spacek effort (the 1976 Carrie version) or even come close to it.
This ain’t a horror movie if you ask me. It’s more of a supernatural and perhaps you can say, gore or gory but it ain’t a horror flick. I found this movie a step down from the Brian DePalma’s work. The remake is directed by Kimberly Pierce (Boy’s Don’t Cry) and I don’t why they chose a remake for this classic hit. I felt it was unnecessary and if you want to have more feel and emotion, watch the classic one. The music score and dark theme setting, though old, are much better than the remake. Did you know it was also one of John Travolta’s earliest movies?
Carrie 2013 was definitely a tough act to follow and to better the original, it might take a much more experienced director as Kimberly Pierce only has 5 movies that she directed to date. If you haven’t watch the original, the remake would be slightly pleasing for you. It didn’t work for me but it’s still a pass nonetheless. You can also check out my Popcorn Panel review here for more in-depth review. Movie is slated for tomorrow’s release in Brunei, pending censorship. Verdict: 6/10 @marul69 6.5 Rottentomatoes 46%
The new and the old carrie. Sorry, Chloe, but Sissy Spacek hit the spot for me.
Two big guns collide. I would have never thought both would team up for a movie and it happened. The Terminator vs Rambo if you want to label it. Of course, I didn’t expect much from this flick, being it both mediocre superstars at best. They are both suited for action-themed movies and nothing more. So Escape Plan seemed like a better bet for them though it kinda flopped in the box office but is the movie worth the watch?
I didn’t see the trailer surprisingly and perhaps it wasn’t market well worldwide. Overall, I did enjoy the flick but not as much as my peers (Marul, Nazlee, Mizan). Both Nazlee and Mizan were hoping that I give a high grade for this *lol* The idea and the concept looks stylish, however, there were simply many flaws that I could easily point out but then again, let’s give these actors the benefit of the doubt and at this stage of their career, it’s still a commendable movie for many and I still enjoyed it nonetheless but it’s not a movie I will watch again or even get on Blu-ray.
A good effort by Mikael Hâfstrom but I still expected more from Escape Plan. Oh, do expect a lot of one-liners which best suited for both of the ageing stars and it did lighten me up with their silly humour. Some viewers might see this concept as overflowed and ridiculous but take that aside, it can be a wonderful ride till the end. Catch more of our Popcorn Panel review here featuring @delgoh and @marul69. A crowd pleaser at best but nothing more. Verdict: 7/10 @delgoh 7 @marul69 8 Rottentomatoes 49%
Cheap thrill with a viral effect. Highland Tower set a new bar with full house today and should be raking in more patrons after yesterday's commotion which was wrongly speculated. The person was not possessed but merely she was causing a little troublesome which her mother claimed that disrupted the audience in her vicinity. Her mother quoted saying "selalu menyusahkan”. A video that went viral might have suggested otherwise but it was clarifired by her mother at that time.
In the end, the movie was stopped halfway and the patrons were refunded and given new tickets but the show began more of an instant hit because of the spread of the said news on social media and whatsapp. I guess it's a pre-warning if you can't take horror movies, it's best to stay away from this genre. And plus, it’s not advisable to bring kids or children to this movie. I’m not sure what the rating is for Highland Tower but better be safe than creating a nuisance for movie goers. I’m definitely gonna catch this show once I'm back from KK by next week. Show only available at The Mall Cineplex.
Dare to catch this in the movies?
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A New Year
His Majesty Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah Mu'izzaddin Waddaulah, the Sultan and Yang Di-Pertuan of Brunei Darussalam delivering his titah on the eve of the 1435 Hijrah at the Istana Nurul Iman yesterday BT/Yusri Adanan
Syariah law critics are illiterate. Negativity towards the country’s decision to implement Syariah law was again criticised by His Majesty in his Hijrah New Year titah yesterday.
Islamic law is the best and most perfect judicial system bestowed upon mankind by Allah (SWT), said His Majesty the Sultan and Yang Di-Pertuan of Brunei Darussalam, adding: “Who are we to compete with Allah’s law? And who are we to overcome Allah’s mercy and humanity? Also, who are we to claim to be better protectors of human rights than Allah himself who is the best protector?”
His Majesty also said Muslims should not just pay lip service to protecting human rights.
“The law of Allah (SWT) is neither obsolete nor cruel... Those who look at it in negative ways are those who are illiterate and have never understood Islam at all. If they know and understand Islam as the true religion, they would not talk badly about it,” he said.
Upholding the law of Allah (SWT) is not the work of evil people but the opposite, he added, “because the law of Allah (SWT), in its entirety, is for all of His subjects. If people are looking for justice they will find it in the law of Allah (SWT), and if they are looking for mercy or humanity in the law there they will find what they are looking for”. Text courtesy of Harny Abu Khair of The Brunei Times.
For more of the titah, click here.
Our precious water. Great turnout at JKR’s REACH event 10 days ago. Over 3,000 participants showed up for the event though there were 5,000 who registered for the event. REACH stands for “Run, Exercise and Cycle for Health” and it took place at the Old Airport where all the government agencies are located.
The idea of this event is to raise awareness on the importance of water conservation. Did you know that we Bruneians use up to 450 litres a day? As compared to neighbouring countries (250 litres). Now that’s a huge amount and we shouldn’t take our natural resources for granted too.
Sefli Anak Ahar came out on top, winning the 5km male category and collecting a $500 cash prize and trophy. In second place was Md Qamarul Arifin Hifni, who received a $300 cash prize and a trophy, while third place went to Shahminan Hj Salleh, who received a $200 cash prize and a trophy. In the 5km female category, Sarah Rowdrill ran her way to first place, also receiving a $500 cash prize and trophy. In second and third place were Jacqueline Lim and Nikmatul Fatimah Ismail, who received $300 and $200 respectively, along with trophies.
Ampuan Ahad Ampuan Kassim, who participated in the 2.5km fun run wearing an outfit that combined Iron Man and Transformers, won the prize for best costume. He received a $100 cash prize, as well as a medal.
The JKR REACH event also managed to collect a generous amount of donations, which were awarded to six beneficiaries. The Pengiran Muda Mahkota Al-Muhtadee Billah Fund for Orphans (DANA) received $30,000 and Pusat Ehsan received $20,000, while the Centre for Children with Special Needs (KACA), the Society for the Management of Autism (SMARTER), and Learning Ladders Society each received $10,000. Lastly, Care and Action for Strays (CAS) also received $5,000.
JKR REACH 2013 was organised with the Brunei Association of Surveyors, Engineers and Architects (PUJA).
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Peugeot Movember Campaign
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Congrats Dhau, Mas’
His Majesty the Sultan and Yang Di-Pertuan of Brunei Darussalam and Her Majesty Raja Isteri Pengiran Anak Hajah Saleha accompanied by HRH Prince ‘Abdul Wakeel and HRH Princess Ameerah Wardatul Bolkiah in a group photo with the newly weds at yesterday’s Bersanding ceremony held at the Indera Samudera Hall, The Empire Hotel & Country Club
Finally hitched. Congratulations to cousins Dhau’iyah Abdullah and Mas’udah Abdullah who both celebrated their wedding day together. It was my first experience of a double wedding and both brides look gorgeous indeed. I’m happy for both of you and may Allah bless you on your new journey.
Dhau’iyah Abdullah is married to Ak Abu Bakaruddin Shah Dinny Pg Hj Kamaruddin while Mas’udah Abdullah is married to Ak Hj Muhammad Ali-Yusrin Pg Dato Paduka Hj Sani. For the past few days, they have been busy with other functions prior to the Bersanding event which took place yesterday at the Indera Samudera Hall, The Empire Hotel & Country Club.
It was good to see the Royal Family entourage during the Bersanding ceremony. His Majesty the Sultan and Yang Di-Pertuan of Brunei Darussalam and Her Majesty Raja Isteri Pengiran Anak Hajah Saleha graced the Bersanding ceremony of two brides, Dhau’iyah Abdullah and Mas’udah Abdullah.
Also attending the ceremony were HRH Prince Hj Al-Muhtadee Billah, the Crown Prince and Senior Minister at the Prime Minister’s Office, HRH Paduka Seri Pg Anak Isteri Pg Anak Sarah, HRH Prince Hj Sufri Bolkiah, HRH Prince Hj Jefri Bolkiah, HRH Prince ‘Abdul Malik, HRH Prince ‘Abdul Wakeel, HRH Princess Hjh Rashidah Sa’adatul Bolkiah, HRH Princess Hjh Majeedah Nuurul Bolkiah, HRH Princess Hjh Hafizah Sururul Bolkiah, HRH Princess Ameerah Wardatul Bolkiah, HRH Princess Hjh Masna, HRH Princess Hjh Amal Umi Kalthum Al-Islam, HRH Princess Hjh Amal Rakiah, HRH Princess Hjh Amal Jefriah and other members of the Royal Family.
The event concluded around 3pm and after the Royal Family entourage left the function, there were photo shoot with the newly weds on the stage. I love their wedding souvenirs and I had trouble carrying it because I was already carrying my camera bag. It was perhaps the heaviest (and biggest) wedding souvenir I had in years. Awesome!!
More pictures to come on my behind-the-scenes for their wedding. Oh yea, do check out on instagram with the #dhaudinny2013 and #ymwedding2013 for more pictures. Enjoy!!
HRH Prince Hj Al-Muhtadee Billah, the Crown Prince and Senior Minister at the Prime Minister’s Office, HRH Paduka Seri Pg Anak Isteri Pg Anak Sarah, HRH Prince ‘Abdul Malik, HRH Prince ‘Abdul Wakeel and HRH Princess Ameerah Wardatul Bolkiah
My mom makes a rare appearance in public
Pehin Orang Kaya Laila Wijaya Dato Seri Setia (Dr) Hj Abdul Aziz seeking consent from His Majesty to proceed with the ceremony
The arrival of Dhau’iyah Abdullah
Followed by the arrival of Mas’udah Abdullah
Ak Abu Bakaruddin Shah Dinny Pg Hj Kamaruddin being led to the “pelamin”
Ak Hj Muhammad Ali-Yusrin Pg Dato Paduka Hj Sani being led to the “pelamin”
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The magnificent pelamin. I remember another awesome one a few months back.
The groom paying respect to their Majesties
HRH Prince ‘Abdul Wakeel and HRH Princess Ameerah Wardatul Bolkiah are very close to the newly brides, Dhau’iyah and Mas’udah. Both of them attended the Doa Selamat and Kesyukuran Dinner last night on behalf of the Royal Family.
The newly weds almost done with the ceremony
It’s photo time!!!
I wasn’t aware of this huge running event until my friend sent me pictures of the 2XU Compression Run Malaysia. The event took place yesterday at Mid Valley City, Kuala Lumpur and it’s one of the running event calendar in Malaysia too. It’s the 15km and 8km race and I believe all the four Bruneians who took part opted for the 15km route.
The runners were Essma, Zaim, Ali Akbar and Zura. One of the runners was chosen to run for the full marathon in the upcoming BIBD Charity Expedition Run and he is Ali Akbar. He was also recently involved in the Putrajaya Run which took place a few weeks ago in Kuala Lumpur.
Essma Bakri, Zura, Ali Akbar and Zaim in yesterday’s 2XU Compression Run at Malaysia
That’s a cool shade!!
Essma and Zaim
That’s a good medal for collection
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Pose with a Mo’. Now with this interesting gimmick by Peugeot (Brunei), you can earn yourself a movie ticket (plus popcorn and drink) or a Peugeot Merchandise only for the month of November. Well, past few years, Movember has been a huge hit among the locals by raising awareness about prostate and testicular cancer for men through means of social media. Recently we see a few private companies following the trend to raise awareness to the community. Hence, Peugeot (Brunei) is joining the bandwagon to do so.
The word Movember is coined from the words “Moustache and November” and similar to Breast Cancer awareness month, October, the Movember campaign will last for a month. Basically for the whole month, if you want to raise awareness or be part of this campaign, you will not shave your moustache (or beard) for a month. Moustache as you know has been long associated with masculinity and usually NGOs raise funds for cancer research and also change the face of men’s health.
So it’s good to know that Peugeot is promoting this campaign with a special gimmick of their own. All you have to do is grow a moustahce or wear a fake prop moustache or you can even draw one yourself. So this means it’s also open for ladies. Then you will will need to test drive a Peugeot car from their showroom and to complete the task, you have to pose with any of the "moustached" Peugeot models with the hashtag #PeugeotMovember, in order to claim the prize. Simple, right? :D
Peugeot Movember is also supported by Movember Brunei, which started the movement in Brunei two years ago. To find out more about this event, visit the Peugeot Kiarong Showroom or call 2426969. You can also visit the Peugeot Brunei facebook page and follow @PeugeotBrunei on Instagram for more updates.
One of the moustached Peugeot at their showroom
You can pose like this too :p
I believe they have props for moustache at their showroom
Testing driving with Amy but it was more of a pose, right? :p
The promotion has been a huge hit. Two more weeks to go for the EasyWay mystery promotion.
Nasi Padang at Tasek Brasserie
I love Nasi Padang. Are you craving for Nasi Padang? Now Tasek Brasserie is having a Nasi Padang promotion and it ends on 9th November. There are many pre-cooked dishes which originates from West Sumatra, Indonesia. I’m pretty sure most of you are familiar with the term Nasi Padang and I’m a huge fan of Nasi Padang though it’s not the type of food that you eat once a week.
According to Cameron Lawless, Radisson’s Executive Chief and Food & Beverage Manager, such promotion suits the taste of the locals.
For the main dishes, there are many to choose from. I didn’t get to try the Ayam Bakar or the Lamb or the Sayur Lodeh but I ate the Ayam Rendang and Bakso Soup. I’m a light eater when it comes to night time :D
The buffet is priced at $22 for adults and $11 for children (four to 11 years old), and with BIBD partnering in the promotion, there is a 20 per cent discount exclusively for BIBD cardholders (debit and credit card). So that’s a pretty good deal and the offer ends on 9th of November. So plenty of time to do so.
Lots of dishes to choose from
Duck Rendang. Something different.
Professor Soon happened to be dining here as well and he will be heading to Brazil to receive the Top 10 Outstanding Young Persons of the World Award early November.
Some of the dishes from Nasi Padang selection
Recommend you try these desserts
Apam Gula Hangus
Ahh.. I love this
This is the society we live in nowadays hahaha.. True? :p I fall in this category too.
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