Hotel Maya hosts children from welfare organisation

Kuala Lumpur’s Hotel Maya recently hosted children from Pertubuhan Kebajikan Al-Firdausi to share the Ramadan spirit of sharing and giving to a breaking of fast event held recently.

Themed Warisan Delights, the buffet spread laid included roast lamb, together with dishes specially prepared by the hotel’s accomplished chefs.

Traditional favourites like ulam, jeruk buah and the special Claypot Mamak and Apam Balik were also offered together with traditional sweets such as the mouth-watering Ice-Kacang, assorted kuih-muih, bubur, cakes and the special Ice Cream corner that has local flavours like Teh Tarik and Durian.

“We are very thrilled to offer a variety of traditional favourites at Maya Brasserie, and we would like our guests to reminisce a time when they back in their kampung – and all their favourite delicacies. At the same time, we maintained the warisan (heritage) so that the flavours remain as authentic as possible”, said Teekay Goh, General Manager of Hotel Maya Kuala Lumpur.

“Hotel Maya would like to give back this Ramadan, and we are very happy that the children from Pertubuhan Kebajikan Al-Firdausi are here today to enjoy our buffet spread, and at the same time get to know us,” added Tee Kay.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Latest News

Halal Street UK and Alliance Islamic Bank sign MOU to offer tailored programmes to SMEs

Halal Street UK,  an online store for Malaysian products in the United Kingdom has signed a multi-year Memorandum of Understanding with Alliance...

Shopee and Visa sign five-year strategic partnership to offer MSMEs more digital opportunities

E-commerce platform, Shopee and Visa has announced a five-year regional strategic partnership that will encourage greater participation in Southeast Asia’s digital economy,...

MADX Panel selects IBM Cloud to offer enhanced digital services to Malaysian enterprises

IBM has announced that MADX Panel, the leading Malaysian fintech software solutions company, is implementing IBM Cloud solutions to improve digital services...

AirAsia Digital partners with Google to launch Redbeat Academy

AirAsia Digital, in partnership with Google, has launched the Redbeat Academy as part of their continued digital transformation journey.

Better e-commerce service for higher consumer spending

By Farhan Kamarulzaman, As the usage of e-commerce platforms by Malaysians is on the increase during the Covid-19 period,...

Must read

Unprecedented times with Covid-19, business decision makers prepare for a soft landing and focus on employee retention

By Andrew Seow, Regional General Manager, Rimini Street Southeast Asia and Greater China, The Covid-19 pandemic is attacking health...

Caring for young hearts

By Dr. Marhisham Che Mood, Head of Paediatric and Congenital Heart Centre (PCHC) & Consultant Paediatric Cardiologist, While heart...

PropTech and the pandemic

By Adrian Un, CEO, SkyBridge International Digitisation and PropTech (property technology) have been buzzwords in recent years, but following...

Empower local agility to unlock new business models post-Covid-19

By Scott Hensarling, Senior Client Partner and Tobjorn Karlsson, Senior Client Partner, Korn Ferry, 2020 has challenged many assumptions...