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Mother’s Day Set Menu at Si Chuan Dou Hua Park Royal Kuala Lumpur

A TRIBUTE TO PARENTS THIS MOTHER’S AND FATHER’S DAY AT PARKROYAL KUALA LUMPUR

As Mother’s Day falls on 12 May and Father’s Day on 16 June, there is no better way than to treat your beloved parents at St. Gregory, Si Chuan Dou Hua and Chatz Brasserie at PARKROYAL Kuala Lumpur.

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Start the month of May by treating your mother to the ‘Most Soothing Body Rejuvenating Ritual’ package at St. Gregory. Priced at RM260 nett, experience the ‘Thai Herbal Compress’ with ‘Balinese Massage’ for 80 minutes. The ‘Thai Herbal Compress’ is a warm herbal compress which contains a luxurious concoction of Thai herbs. This treatment helps stimulate blood circulation, relax aching muscles and ease away stress and tension. The ‘Balinese Massage’ is a rigorous massage that boosts circulation to relieve strained muscles and eliminate toxins. This package was also recognised and selected as a winner by the Harper’s Bazaar Spa Awards 2013. Also available is the ‘Vibrant Wonder’ package priced at RM200 nett. The package consists of a ‘Moisture Quenching Facial’ which combats dehydration and improves skin texture. Then, there is the ‘Collagen Eye Treatment’ which enhances skin hydration and firmness, promotes tissue repair and circulation while reducing wrinkles. This package is for a duration of 75 minutes. These promotions are available from 1 – 31 May.

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Chinese New Year at Si Chuan Dou Hua Restaurant Park Royal Kuala Lumpur

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Fruit Loh Sang

I just love the arrival of the Chinese New Year festival as it is the time that I get to taste delicious delicates specially for the festive. My first Chinese New Year feast was at Si Chuan Dou Hua Restaurant and we firstly embarked with with toasting the Loh Sang. Here at Si Chuan Dou Hua Restaurant we graced the night with a tremendous delicious fruit Loh Sang. The dish itself was so colourful and so easily spotted. It had a variety of finely sliced fruits such as dragon fruit, jambu, melon, carrot, pickled ginger, onion, daikon and many more to name on the list. The platter was accompanied with five spice powder, crackers and a delicious homemade sweet sauce to complete the whole recipe. We went toasting and shouted loudly to welcome the new year in hoping to bring us luck, prosperity and joy ! Got to say every bite into the Loh Sang was such a treat and defintely suited well for any one especially those who are vegeterian.

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