Tiger Beer, the world’s iconic Asian beer presented the first ever Tiger Translate event here in Malaysia at Kenanga Wholesale City (KWC), right in the heart of Kuala Lumpur. Thousands of art and music enthusiasts witnessed as art and music collided under one roof for an unforgettable, one of a kind experience.
Bruce Dallas, Marketing Director for Guinness Anchor Berhad (GAB) said, “Over the years, Translate has had resounding success globally and today we are happy to finally join the movement by introducing this platform to Malaysia. Tiger’s main aim has always been to connect with our hip, young and energetic consumers and with today’s turnout, the Translate platform has successfully enabled us to engage with them. Our deepest gratitude goes out to the visual and music artists who did a stellar job bringing the two worlds together and engaging with the audience. It has always been our aim to keep the brand relevant to our consumers and tonight was a testament to that. We definitely look forward to having more of these in the years to come.”
In true Translate fashion, attendees were treated to an array of live art installations as they made their way towards the main hall through the Translate art tunnel.
Within the tunnel, they had the opportunity to witness first hand, talented graffiti artist, Kenji Chai, creating beautiful pieces of Tiger Translate art.
*Kenji Chai doing live painting*
Upon exiting the tunnel, attendees find themselves being greeted by a massive trampoline at the Translate Jump Station where they had pictures of their jumps taken against the massive Translate logo and immediately shared on social media.
*Tiger Translate Trampoline*
As some of you might have already knew this, the outdoor Starlight Cinema in Mont Kiara is back!
It Samsung Galaxy device users can just redeem the tickets for FREE! Non-Galaxy device users of course can opt to pay, but why pay if you can watch for free, right?
Samsung Galaxy device users just have to download the Samsung Galaxy Life App for FREE on the Google Play Store, then redeem the movie tickets and other stuff (including food, drinks, and desserts) at the outdoor cinema, located at Bukit Kiara Equestrian Club.
I saw the deals above yesterday but I was too late for it. To watch the Fast & Furious 6 on the Malaysia’s largest outdoor cinema, for FREE!! Dang!
So I went to check again today, as expected, there’s another movie deal of the day for Titanic. And I can redeem a pair.
So if I were to go to watch, there are lots of other good deals that I can redeem to complement my movie session.
Had a scrumptious lunch the other day at D’Cuisine at somewhat new office building, Plaza 33 at Petaling Jaya. It’s located just beside Jaya 33.
D’ Cuisine is a fusion restaurant, featuring Malaysian unique dishes in a modern way, such as your local Nyonya curry noodles with salmon, and mustard and herb crusted baked chicken among others.
I ordered the Peranakan Platter aka nasi lemak Peranakan that comes with steamed coconut rice, chicken thigh, and prawn in their very own sambal sauce.
The steamed coconut rice is very fragrant that I can eat the rice alone without any condiment or dishes.
The chicken thigh is pretty crispy on the outside and tender on the inside. The sambal prawn is another flavourful condiment that goes very well with the coconut rice.
Price wise, D’Cuisine is slightly on the high side where this plate is RM25. I wouldn’t mind returning for other stuff but maybe restricted to celebration meals only. That’s just me.