About a month back, I made a one-day trip to Resorts World Genting together with five omy Blog Club bloggers, Melicacy, Shine, Miyo and Grace:
Group photo of the five bloggers with their mothers at Min Reng Restaurant
The five ladies were hosted for a 3D2N stay at Resorts World Genting with their mothers while I was the chaperon from omy.sg. I flew back via KL Airport the next day for work while the ladies and their mums continued their vacation. You can read more about their adventure in Genting HERE and HERE.
Videos on the trip by Melicacy:
The group dined at some of the best restaurants in Genting; spent half a day at the outdoor theme park; went for a spa session and even attend a Sam Hui (许冠杰) concert! All these in just three days! There is obviously no lack of activities to keep everyone occupied at Resorts World Genting.
Here are some photos I took on the first day:
Bus ride to Genting
Large, spacious coach seat with entertainment system
The colourful First World Hotel where we stayed
The hotel room which all of us stayed at
Min Reng Restaurant where we had lunch
Tucking in for lunch
Boiled Yam and Papaya Soup
Fried French Beans with Preserved Radish
Stir Fried Scallops with Lily Bulbs, Sweet Corn and Hawaiian Nuts
Lamb Skewer (RM 8++ per skewer)
Roasted Xinjiang Lamb Leg (RM 140++)
Deep-fried Seafood Bean curd served with Thai Chilli Sauce
Spicy Roasted Chicken
Steamed Estuary Grouper with Red Chilli Padi & Garlic
Fried Prawns in Wasabi Sauce dressed with Fruits (RM 32++ Small, RM 60++ Medium)
Special Xinjiang Almond and Pistachio Ice Cream (RM 10++)
Cinema and other indoor attractions
Mini Big Ben and Eiffel Tower
Candies and chocolate
Fast food galore
Outdoor theme park
Theatres and concerts
Kid having fun with parents at the arcade
Genting Palace Restaurant where we had our dinner
Head Chef, Jacky Yap Sak Chong, who has been with Genting Palace Restaurant for more than 5 years
Double-boiled Minced Quail Ball with Assorted Fungus (RM160)
The Quail Balls are delicious!
Baked Fresh Oyster with Cheese, Garlic and Fish Roll
Simmer Spare Ribs with Red Vinasse Sauce Wrap with Aluminium Foil
Before eating… need to take photos!
Steamed Dragon Tiger Grouper with Pickled Cabbage
Sautéed White Prawn with Chef Special Sauce
Steamed Yam & Dried Shrimp with Chicken Fried Rice
Chilled Moisten Snow Pear with Preserved Date
Group picture with the Chef after dinner
Although I was there for just a day, the good food kept me really occupied!
It must have been at least ten years ago since I last visited Genting. Much have changed, for the better of course, while preserving much of Genting’s unique attractions.
A coach ride to Genting from Singapore takes just around 5 to 6 hours. The air is great up there, with cool, air-con temperature throughout the year. Perfect for a short weekend getaway.
If you are interested to visit Resorts World Genting for a holiday, pop over to their official website for more information. 🙂