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Wow! 38kg Giant Mooncake by Promenade Hotel

The Promenade Hotel Kota Kinabalu’s team of Master Chefs led by award-winning Executive Chef H.K Cheong made history once again by preparing a 38kg Giant mooncake, which was officially launched by the hotel’s General manager Mr Adrian Ng at the hotel’s Lobby Lounge. The launch was witnessed by Senior Citizens from the Senior Day Care Centre of Kota Kinabalu’s widows ...

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Where to celebrate Father’s Day 2016 in Kota Kinabalu

Father’s Day falls on June 19 and hotels and restaurants everywhere are offering buffet brunches and set dinners galore.  Our list of restaurants celebrating Father’s Day will ensure dad is filled with good foods and cherished family memories Shangri-La’s Tanjung Aru Resort & Spa Celebrate Father’s day at Cafe Tatu with a selection of delectable cuisines during buffet dinner. If you feeling a little traditional this ...

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Ramadan street food – Wonderful flavours celebrating the best of nature

  By Justine Cheng More than just nasi lemak, grilled fish, curry puffs, popiah and penjaram (a traditional Sabahan cake), the varieties of Ramadan street food serves not only to satisfy our palates but also gives us the feeling of eating at the home of our favourite aunt. The food at the Ramadan markets is CAPTIVATING, scrumptious…an event that everyone ...

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Guide to Kaamatan

KAAMATAN FESTIVAL The word Kaamatan is derived from the root word tomot, a Kadazandusun term for “harvest”. Kaamatan refers to the paddy-harvesting period, which involves a series of traditional rituals culminating finally with the Magavau and commemorative Moginakan Kaamatan (Harvest) Festival, in honor of Huminodun, the sacrificed Ponompuan — Daughter of Kinoingan (God). The Kaamatan Festival is an annual event ...

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Guide to Valentine’s Day dinner in Kota Kinabalu 2016

Shangri-La’s Tanjung Aru Resort & Spa Whether you’re looking for quiet and intimate, or wish to dance in the moonlight, this is the perfect spot. Surprise…contact 088-327868 for more inquiries or reservations. Posted by Shangri-La’s Tanjung Aru Resort and Spa on Thursday, 4 February 2016 Vino Vino, Times Square Special Set menu available with/without champagne and one stalk of rose for ...

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Hyatt Regency Kinabalu celebrates Chinese New Year with Lion Dance performances for guests

Hyatt Regency Kinabalu treated their hotel guests and members of the public with its annual  five-star Chinese New Year lion dance performance on the second day of Chinese New Year to usher in the Year of the Monkey. Hyatt Regency Kinabalu  believes in “Caring For Our People So They Can Be Their Best” by engaging in an enjoyable day of ...

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Sutera Harbour Resort welcomes the year of the Monkey

Sutera Harbour Resort ushers the Year of the Red Monkey with a Yee Sang Toss hosted by the Deputy Chief Executive Officer Gerard Tan for their media partners at Silk Garden, The Pacific Sutera Hotel today. Also present was the Executive Chinese Chef – Chef Louie Hoi, Communications Manager Tracy Lim and Assistant Communications Manager Clara Lim. During the luncheon, ...

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The Best Traditions are the ones that bring families together

When welcoming the Lunar New Year, reunion dinners are particularly important as families meet to share their memories and joys. The reunion meal is not just about togetherness but also synonymous with great food. Enjoy the perfect family gathering with delightful Chinese New Year celebrations at the exciting Tanjung Ria Kitchen. A special way for people to express good wishes ...

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Sabaheats Christmas Dining Guide 2015

Have you check out our guide to Buffets at Kota Kinabalu for the upcoming Christmas? You can check it out at http://www.sabaheats.com/festive-buffets-in-kota-kinabalu-for-2015-christmas-day-and-2016-near-year/ You prefer a quite dinner or restaurants which offer special Christmas menu for dine in or takeaway? Here are our pick of the best Christmas Dining options in Kota Kinabalu this year. Pick N Pay American Roast Turkey with pork ...

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Festive buffets in Kota Kinabalu for 2015 Christmas Day and 2016 Near Year!

  Planning your Christmas Day feasting? So are we! It’s time to discover some of the Christmas feast offering by major hotels around Kota Kinabalu City. Insta fourtead of fine dining, why not consider one of these fantastic buffets or Christmas Set. They are all packed full of the traditional turkeys, meats  and Christmas pastries — just the way we like it, ...

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Sabaheats Halloween party ideas

Sabaheats halloween party ideas, with material source from Pick N Pay Find the right size pumpkin, carve out the shape of the eye and mouth. Scrap out the flesh. The pumpkin flesh can be used to make pumpkin soup, dessert and dip sauce (don waste it!) Carve using a sharp knife. The hard part is done. Now prepare the dipping ...

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“Bazaar Ramadhan” buffet at Le Meridien Kota Kinabalu

Kota Kinabalu, 19 June 2015 ~ Le Meridien Kota Kinabalu continues to lead the city’s quest for inspired dining with this year’s “Bazaar Ramadhan”-themed Iftar buffet.  This is the 7th year since the hotel introduced the innovative Ramadhan buffet to delighted diners. Listing more than 300 items on its abundant spread, the hotel’s “Bazaar Ramadhan” theme dinner buffet effectively recreates ...

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沙巴客家年菜 Hakka dishes for Chinese New Year

沙巴客家人过新年的时候家里都会准备的传统食物 Food plays an important element during Chinese New Year. For the Hakka at Sabah, these few traditional New Year dishes using ingredients with auspicious symbols and meanings appear on the new year’s table. 1)Hakka Pork Roll 春卷 Hakka Pork Roll (Chun Kien) literally means “Egg Roll.” It is a traditional dish that originated from China. Sabah “Chun Kien” tastes ...

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Yee Sang Infographic

sabaheats yee sang

The tossing of yee sang symbolizes the action of wishing one another a great year ahead filled with abundant health, prosperity and happiness. A modern version of Yee Sang is made up of fresh vegetable, fruits and salmon. Each ingredient added is well thought of because there is a corresponding auspicious greeting with it. Yee Sang Infographic by Sabaheats.

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