This time it’s been a while since our last blog entry. We hope that our friends and guests will forgive us – we haven’t lost our passion for blogging. But traditionally the weeks between Xmas and Chinese New Year are high season. And so we, too, have been very busy.
In Kuala Lumpur the Chinese community is getting ready to usher in the Year of the Snake. And as is customary here in Malaysia, you need not necessarily be of a certain ethnic group or religion to celebrate with your friends the highest holidays of the year. Kudos to DBKL (the city administration) for putting up so many Chinese style lanterns and other street decoration and for pushing ahead with the renovation and beautification of the city center. We particularly love the new greenery along the renovated sidewalks in the downtown area. It looks great and makes a huge difference in the way visitors experience the city.
No doubt, the coming Year of the Snake will bring us new opportunities and also a few innovations. As far as we are concerned, they are intended to further improve the feel-good experience of our guests. As we introduce these changes, we will introduce them here in this forum as well. For now, we would like to wish all our Chinese friends and guests a Happy Chinese New Year and “Gong Xi Fa Cai”!