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With less than a month to the dawn of Ramadan, many of my friends are already making plans to break fast at different eateries and dining spots around town. One of the places that is never out of their radar over the years is definitely Ipoh's leading city hotel, Syeun. Why? Take a look at these ... continue reading »

With two pairs of ferocious lions and a fiery dragon dancing to the rhythm of clashing cymbals and banging drums, Syeun Hotel Ipoh ushered in the Year of the Earth Dog on the third day of the Lunar New Year. Joining in the annual celebration were the proprietors, business partners, associates, management, staff, guests and ... continue reading »

It was an evening of joy and much revellery among family and close friends during the mass reunion dinner hosted at Syeun Hotel Ipoh on Chinese New Year's Eve. Hosted for the eighth consecutive year by the hotel, yesterday's "family reunion dinner" saw family members coming from all corners of the world to observe age-old tradition ... continue reading »

Ringing in a brand New Year has been done and dusted. Now, it is the time of the year that is no less important. No, it is not Chinese New Year (CNY) yet, but this is when we need to decide, as a family, where to hold our Chinese New Year reunion dinner! It is no ... continue reading »

With not one, not two but SIX extensive mouth-watering menus to break fast, one does not need to look far to berbuka puasa this holy month of Ramadan, but to head over to Syeun Hotel in Ipoh. With the theme of "Sentuhan Aneka Rasa 29 Hari", guests are certainly served with a delicious array of familiar ... continue reading »

It is a brand new year again according to the Chinese Lunar Calendar. Day 3 of the Year of the fiery Rooster saw me joining in the hour-long celebration of Spring Festival at Syeun Hotel Ipoh. It has become the tradition of Syeun Hotel, one of the premier hotels in Ipoh, to usher in the New ... continue reading »

Chinese New Year is a wonderful opportunity for families to get together. After all, for many families, it is only a once-a-year occasion. Although the modern generation may skip making a trip home for Chinese New Year, or would rather spend the "holidays" on an overseas vacation, traditionally, people do not mind braving the miles, crowd ... continue reading »

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