Saturday, May 31, 2014

ZTE: Answer & Win Contest

 How To Participate

1. Visit the Answer & Win app.

2. Fill in the necessary details.

3. Answer 3 simple survey questions to complete the submission.

4. Entries that are found do not comply with the above will be disqualified from the lucky draw.

Campaign Weeks:

  • Week 1: 26th May – 1st June 2014
  • Week 2: 2nd June - 8th June 2014
  • Week 3: 9th June - 15th June 2014
  • Week 4: 16th June 2014 – 22nd June 2014
  • Week 5: 23rd June - 29th June 2014
  • Week 6: 30th June - 6th July 2014
  • Week 7: 7th July – 13th July 2014
  • Week 8: 14th July - 20th July 2014

  • Week 1: ZTE V817 smart phone
  • Week 2: ZTE V809 smart phone
  • Week 3: ZTE V967S smart phone
  • Week 4: ZTE V817 smart phone
  • Week 5: ZTE V809 smart phone
  • Week 6: ZTE V967S smart phone
  • Week 7: ZTE V817 smart phone
  • Week 8: ZTE V809 smart phone

Terms & Conditions apply.

Contest Period: 26th May 2014 - 20th July 2014

Visit the ZTE Malaysia Facebook page for more details.

Free goodies, who doesn't want? No harm to try :)

Secret Recipe 's Free Slice of Cake Giveaway !!!

Secret Recipe is offering Free Slice of Cake

Special promotion for Maybank Credit and Debit Card Holders
Enjoy complimentary one (1) slice of cake with minimum RM38 spend on à la carte dine-in from Secret Recipe
This sweet promotion starts from 1 April 2014 till 31 March 2015
Let’s indulge yourself with their famous sweet treats dessert!

Wow, I'm sure most of you will agree that Secret Recipe's cake is nice !!! Maybank card holders, act fast ! Slurp Slurp...

6th Baby & Kidz Fair 2014 (Penang)

Date: 30th May - 1st June 2014
Time: 10am - 9pm
Venue: D'Piazza Mall, Penang

Lots of good bargains !!! Hurry be there for cheaper goods for your precious little one...

Friday, May 30, 2014

Wenger signs new deal, to stay at Arsenal until 2017

Arsenal have confirmed manager Arsene Wenger has signed a new contract with the club.

Wenger, who is the Premier League's longest-serving manager, has put pen to paper on a three-year deal that ties him to Emirates Stadium until May 2017.

The former Monaco boss said he would agree a new deal with the Gunners, with his previous terms due to expire in the summer.

Wenger had come under pressure after a slump in form in the Premier League, but ending their nine-year wait for a trophy by winning the FA Cup at Wembley in May lifted the mood at the club.

The Frenchman told the club's official website: "I want to stay and to continue to develop the team and the club. We are entering a very exciting period. We have a strong squad, financial stability and huge support around the world.

"We are all determined to bring more success to this club. The club has always shown faith in me and I'm very grateful for that. We have gone through fantastic periods and also periods where we have had to stick together.

"Every time when that togetherness was tested I got the right response. I think I have shown some loyalty as well towards this club and hopefully we can make some more history. I am sure we can."

Wenger took over at Arsenal in 1996 and has led the team to three Premier League titles and five FA Cup triumphs -- managing the Double in 1997-98 and 2001-02.

Arsenal's majority shareholder, Stan Kroenke, said: "Sustained excellence is the hardest thing to achieve in sport and the fact Arsenal has competed at the top of the game in England and Europe throughout the time Arsene has been manager, is the ultimate testimony to his consistency of performance, talent and ambition.
"We are delighted with the FA Cup success which has added to his already outstanding record. Under his guidance we look forward to adding more trophies in future seasons."

After joining the club from Nagoya Grampus Eight, Wenger's methods revolutionised Arsenal, overseeing an unbeaten campaign and developing star names such as Thierry Henry and Patrick Vieira.

Following impressive success in North London, Wenger struggled to replicate those heights, going close in 2006 when losing to Barcelona in the Champions League final and again in 2011 after falling to defeat versus Birmingham in the League Cup showpiece.

But, after overseeing the club during their change of stadium from Highbury to the Emirates, Wenger broke the side's transfer record last summer with the 42.4 million-pound signing of Mesut Ozil from Real Madrid.
Arsenal led the Premier League table for the first half of the 2013-14 campaign before suffering from a drop in form and ultimately finishing fourth -- qualifying for the Champions League for a 17th straight year in the process.

They went on to hold their nerve in the FA Cup last month, beating Hull 3-2 in extra-time at Wembley.
Wenger has been tipped to again spend big this summer as he looks to use the momentum of the FA Cup success and sustain a challenge for the league title.

Finally, it's done - sealed and delivered !!! So happy for my beloved club. I'm confident he will bring the club forward for more success...In Arsene I trust !!!

FREE SAMPLES of NutreMill Soymilk!

Terms & Conditions

  • Each complete form will entitle you to 2 free sachets - NutreMill Original Soymilk and NutreMill Soymilk with No Added Sugar.
  • Limited samples available on first come, first served basis.
  • Redemption limited to 3 fully completed forms per household.
  • Other Terms & Conditions apply. 

I love soy-milk, my all time favorite !!! Definitely will give this a try :)

Get free Quaker Instant Multigrain Porridge samples delivered to your house!

Simply register your details with Quaker Malaysia and free Quaker Instant Multigrain Porridge samples will be delivered to your house.

Visit the Quaker Malaysia website for more details.  

I'm loving it! Healthy food for health living!

Penang Hill Parking Area Due To Be Completed By Aug 31 - PDC

GEORGE TOWN, May 28 (Bernama) -- The multi-storey car park in Penang Hill which is being reconstructed, is due to be completed by Aug 31 and will be opened to the public before the end of the year.

Penang Development Corporation (PDC) deputy general manager (I) Iskandar Basha Abdul Kadir said the reconstruction of the parking area which was initially due to be ready at the end of this month, was now 65 per cent completed.

"The eight-storey building costing RM11 million has six levels of parking area, a commercial floor and one level for office space," Iskandar Basha told reporters here Wednesday.

The 28.1-metre high building contains 311 parking bays for cars, 171 for motorcycles, a food court and other basic amenities.

The original parking facility which was completed in March 2011, failed to obtain the occupational certificate from the Penang Municipal Council as its design did not meet the specifications.

The building was then demolished. The construction of the new block was originally supposed to be completed by Nov 25, 2013.


Hope this is a good beginning for all the residents staying nearby as well for all the visitors to Penang Hill !

Berjaya Times Square: Unlock in 60 Seconds

Unlike traditional vaults that were built in the basement, Berjaya Times Square’s vault is located at Ground Floor Central and the sleek finishing drives shoppers into a frenzy to live out their fantasy by playing a secret agent destined to unlock the unbreakable. Built to replicate some of the most sophisticated and modern bank vaults in the world, the attraction comes with a built in timer that keeps count of the 60 precious seconds which one is allowed in the vault, and an LED panel which displays the total prize money to be won.

To participate via the redemption programme*, shoppers have to spend RM200 in no more than 2 receipts of the same day to redeem an entry for 60 seconds in the vault. Upon gaining access, the outer cache contains numerous keys and one has to search for the correct key to unlock the vault. To kick up the excitement, the prize money of RM200 snowballs on a daily basis until it is retrieved from the vault! Once the prize money is won, the prize resets to RM200 for the next day and shoppers who qualify for the redemption on the same day will receive a mystery gift as a token of appreciation.

Campaign Period: 26th May 2014 - 21st September 2014

This is interesting! If you happens to shop >rm200 there, why not???

Bonita: FREE 1 Pair of Shoe

Time for shopping! 
Visit Bonita now and get a FREE pair of shoe with purchase of fashion bag!

* Promotion valid until 1 June 2014
* Promotion valid with every purchase on normal price fashion bag or 2 promotion bags.
* While stocks last
* T&C apply.

Better be hurry...only 3 days....but of course purchase of bag is needed... :)

9 things MUST KNOW about GST

Got this from a read and share :)
Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak will make his 2014 Budget speech on Oct 25 and the long overdue GST is highly likely to be a major part of a package of reforms to address the growing fiscal deficit.
In 2009 a Goods and Services Tax Bill made it as far as Parliament only to be withdrawn for reassessment. The same is not likely to happen this time owing to fewer obstacles to the introduction of GST.
Once an announcement on the GST is made, actual implementation of the tax will be subject to a 14-month long implementation period for businesses to familiarise themselves with the new accounting standards.
Here are nine basic GST questions and answers courtesy of KiniBiz:
1. What is GST?
A goods and services tax (GST) is a tax on consumption or in other words, spending. To be more specific, GST taxes only the value-added portion of a good or service and is collected at every stage of the supply chain.
This means GST is enforced on primary industry producers, manufacturers and retailers alike, with the end consumer footing the final tax bill at the point of purchase. The accompanying table provides a simulated supply chain example.
GST supply chain fixed 2A system of input tax credits ensures GST is only levied on the difference between the sale price and production cost. This is called the value-added portion.
All businesses are authorised to claim input tax credits once they are registered. Individuals on the other hand are not privileged to claim input tax credits. As a result, they bear the full GST burden.
Unless exempted by law, all goods and services (technical term: supply) in the course of furtherance of business in Malaysia are taxable. In international trade, imports are taxable whereas exports are exempt.
The pervasive nature of this consumption tax often leads economists to label it as a broad-based consumption tax
2. How will I be affected?
So long as a person participates in the economy as a consumer – practically everyone does – they will be nett GST payers once the tax is implemented.
Unlike income taxes, individuals will not need to fill in any forms or file returns; GST is collected on their behalf by businesses. As such, GST is considered an indirect tax.
Businesses may face additional paperwork. They will be obliged to maintain payment records in order to qualify for input tax credits as well as file returns on a regular basis. As a result, they may face compliance costs related to GST implementation.
The scope and reach of the GST, according to 2009 draft documents, means almost all goods and services – unless specifically excluded – will be taxed.
GST exempt supplies 011013In a seminar, Tan Eng Yew, Country GST leader of Deloitte Malaysia shared an interesting analogy to illustrate the pervasiveness of the GST system:
“In Singapore, where the GST was introduced in 1994, taxi drivers often joke that the GST acronym stands for Government Semua Tax.”
If implemented as originally designed the tax would have very few exemptions. Draft documents for the Malaysian system, however, indicate several classes of basic goods and services as exempt from the system.
3. Is the GST a new tax?
The GST unit of the Royal Malaysian Customs maintains the original purpose of the GST as a replacement to the sales tax and service tax. Therefore it is not a new tax, strictly speaking
Sales tax is currently levied at a rate of 10% and has been in force since the 1970s. Service tax, meanwhile, is levied at a 6% rate.
Comparison of tax system 011013 updatedThe government’s intention has always been to replace the sales and service tax regime with GST and to do so at a GST rate that is revenue-neutral.
Sales and service tax will be abolished once the GST is eventually implemented.
Compared to the sales and service taxes, GST is considerably more efficient. Critically, GST has a broader tax base and does not have a cascading or compounding tax problem.
Many countries worldwide have embraced the GST as a replacement to a single-stage sales tax regime.
4. Why do we need the GST?
The GST unit of the Royal Malaysian Customs Department considers GST as a ‘method of collecting taxes which works better than others’ to explain the need for GST.
Economists, meanwhile, believe the government has very rightly approached the GST as a new source of income with a broad tax base as a means to begin to diversify tax revenue sources.
The government is spending more than it earns leading to a 2012 fiscal deficit, which in 2012 was 4.5% of GDP. Introducing a GST could help the government raise additional revenue, as consumption increases, to narrow the fiscal deficit.
News reports suggest the government is aiming to reduce the country’s debt position to below 55% of GDP and cut the fiscal deficit to 3% by 2015; an ambitious target.
5. Will the GST cause inflation?
Yes and no. Studies allowing for a GST rate of 4% predict some goods and services will increase in price while others may see a decrease. The overall impact is expected to be neutral.
Economic modelling studies by a tax review panel of the Ministry of Finance circa 2009 found that at a tax rate of 4% the GST would have little overall impact on the Consumer Price Index (CPI).
Because the GST is a replacement for the current sales and services tax (SST), goods that now carry a heavy SST tax burden will likely fall in price.
Impact on Consumer Price Index and selected componentsConversely, goods and services not currently taxed under the sales and service tax regime will increase in price.
According to the GST unit of the Royal Malaysian Customs Department, any inflation will be one off, because the increase in prices would occur as single event. Following the spike inflation will return to the normal cycle.
Until an official announcement is made, inflation is difficult to predict, mainly because the government is yet to finalise the tax rate.
6. Will the GST be levied on basic necessities?
GST zero-rated supplies 011013Similar to other countries worldwide that have implemented a GST, there will be a list of goods and services that are either exempted or zero-rated.
Draft documents list several classes of goods and services, mostly fresh food as zero-rated.
Tax officers at the Royal Malaysian Customs Department say traders could use the GST as an excuse to unscrupulously increase prices despite the fact that the introduction of the GST will not introduce inflationary pressure to exempt or zero-rated items.
Deloitte’s Tan says the government has powers to prosecute errant traders under the Anti-Profiteering Act, 2011 and may enforce the law during the early stages of GST implementation.
7. Will there be a corresponding fall in income tax to compensate?
News reports suggest that the government will introduce measures to alleviate the effects of the GST on prices for the lower income group.
Ministry of Finance secretary-general Mohd Irwan Serigar has come on record to say the GST will be introduced as a package. However, there are no concrete details pending an official announcement.
Cash handouts in the form of BRIM (the 1Malaysia People’s Assistance Programme) next year have been promised to help soften the blow of subsidy rationalisation and the GST.
But considering the fact that the GST is designed as a revenue-neutral replacement tax, additional measures such as an adjustment to income or corporate taxes are considered unnecessary at this stage.
In the event a decision is made to implement a GST rate higher than the revenue-neutral rate of 4%, then the government may consider lowering income tax rates said Inland Revenue Board (IRB) director-general Mohd Shukor Mahfar in a press conference last month.
8. Will the GST increase the cost of doing business?
First, the short answer. According to Deloitte’s Tan “GST is not a cost of doing business if you are not providing exempt supply.”
Although the tax is collected at every stage of the supply chain, the eventual burden falls upon the end consumer.
Therefore economists do not consider GST to have an effect on business-to-business transactions.
The only cost to businesses will be compliance costs related to GST implementation.
This is of course assuming that the business in question is on the straight and narrow. GST returns will require companies to report on their cost of doing business which will indicate to authorities the scale of their businesses.
9. Will the GST take more from the poor than the rich?
Malaysia-street-genericEconomists call GST a regressive tax. That is, as a percentage of income, the GST will impact lower income individuals much more than high-income individuals.
The current draft of the Goods and Services Tax Bill has provisions to attempt to avoid this imbalance. Basic goods and services are either exempt from supply or zero-rated. That means they do not attract GST.
To protect small businesses there is a threshold of RM500,000 in annual turnover. Businesses below that threshold do not need to register nor collect GST.
Another question worth asking is if GST equates to double taxation of income. Technically this is true according to tax experts. Disposable income spent on goods and services that attract GST is income that has already been subject to income tax.

800sf CONDOMINIUM for just RM299,000 - IN PENANG !!!

TRI PINNACLE- Located in the premier part of town, residents of this urban housing will be very fortunate to able to have access to many conveniences within a short driving distance. Highly sought after, properties located at Tanjung Tokong cater for those looking for the best. TRI-Pinnacle is perfect for those who seek a more relaxed living away from the hustle and bustle of the city and still be spoiled with numerous amenities close by to fulfil every resident's social needs.

This was announced as Penang state’s first privately-initiated affordable housing project. Not much details were available except that the project is in Mount Erskine in Tanjung Tokong. However, with a price of just RM299,000, I can safely say that the number of registrants would far outnumber the total units available. Per sf basis, it is at RM373. For a condo, within Penang island and in Tanjung Tokong, I seriously think there is no such deals available even today. Oh yeah, I believe these condos should be under the moratorium whereby buyers cannot sell their unit for 10 years. This was announced by the state exco for housing, Jagdeep Singh Deo a few months ago. 

Not to be forgotten, there’s also another 390 units of low-medium cost apartments of 650sf priced at just RM72,500 each. Actually if you are family members and you happen to be able to get a unit side by side, thats just RM145,000 for a total of 1,300 sf! The GDV for this whole project is estimated at RM400 million and is expected to comment in the third quarter of this year. I have never heard of this developer, Aspen Group but MBSB is giving them a financial facility of RM95.5 million. Thus I think it should be pretty stable and safe.

Project name is called Tri-Pinnacle. Since Pinnacle is used to describe this project, you can be sure it is somewhere near highest point of an area where it is built. Tri may simply means there are three towers or blocks. I have never been to the site but normally names may give away their position. These houses are only opened to registered approved buyers by the State’s Affordable Housing Department. If you are interested, you may visit Aspen Group’s website here:

Updates from the Developer ASPEN GROUP:

Dear Valued Customers,

Thank you for your interest in our Affordable Condominium project- Tri Pinnacle.

The Tri Pinnacle project, the first Private Initiative Affordable Housing Scheme, will be open only to eligible buyers registered and approved by the State’s Housing Department. The eligibility criteria is bound by the conditions, requirements and regulations stipulated by the State Government. The public is encouraged to log in to to understand the stipulated requirements and regulations.

We wish to highlight that we are currently undergoing an introduction and awareness campaign of this Affordable Condominium to all aspiring buyers. We hope that through this campaign, all eligible home buyers will be given equal opportunity to buy their dream homes at a reasonable price, prime location and unmatched quality.

However, we regret that some inaccurate information has been spread around and this has caused confusion among many genuine first time home buyers. We encourage all interested home buyers to log in to to refer the requirements stipulated by the State Government. You can also register with us at so that we can keep you posted on the status of this project. You can also call us at 04-227 5000 or visit our office to get accurate and correct information and details.

Thank you.

The Management of Aspen Group

Hmm...really? TAKE SERIOUS NOTE you all out there....faster get the information on how to register and the criteria to be eligible....ACT FAST !!!

Thursday, May 29, 2014

ONLY IN MALAYSIA: A good laugh !!!

Haha, this picture explained the best scenarios happening in our Malaysian society...all sorts of funny and embarrassing news from all rounder almost everyday...have a good laugh !!!

8 Questions You Should Ask Your Interviewer To Prove How Smart You Are

Hmmm...worth to read this article from, nothing wrong to go through me it's useful and good to know :)

Maybe you’re capable of having an acceptable answer for every question that the interviewer shoots your way, but if every other candidate does too, you’ll be easily forgettable.

To gain an advantage, you need to show the interviewer that you can ask the questions too.
In her book 301 Smart Answers to Tough Interview QuestionsVicky Oliver writes that she “learned the hard way to always come prepared with questions” at the beginning of her career. 

“A successful job interview is simply a productive conversation. Sometimes, depending on the personality of your future employer, this conversation may seem somewhat one-sided. For these situations you should arrive with an arsenal of questions to ask — just in case.”

Here are eight questions you should ask the interviewer to win them over.

Q: What are some of the problems your company faces right now? And what is your department doing to solve them?

Why this works: Asking this type of question gets the “conversation ball” rolling, and your interviewer will surely have an opinion.

Furthermore, their answers will give you insights into their personality, ambitions and will likely lead to other questions.
Source: 301 Smart Answers to Tough Interview Questions

Q: What type of employee tends to succeed here? What qualities are the most important for doing well and advancing at the firm?

Why this works: This question shows the interviewer that you care about your future at the company, and it’ll also help you decide if you’re a good fit for the position or not.

“Once the interviewer tells you what she’s looking for in a candidate, picture that person in your mind’s eye. She/he should look a lot like you.”
Source: 301 Smart Answers to Tough Interview Questions

Q: I noticed that you teach a night class at NYU School of Continuing Education. How long have you been teaching, and what are some of the things that you’ve learned from the experience?

Why this works: ”You brought up the fact that your interviewer is an acknowledged expert in his field before he did.”

Source: 301 Smart Answers to Tough Interview Questions

Q: What are your plans for combating Japanese competition in the full-size pickup market?

Why this works: Asking this type of question shows that you’ve already done your homework on the company.

“Ask questions that are simple, direct, and show that you’ve done you’re homework without a great deal of elaboration. Your interviewer can’t fail to be impressed and to take your job candidacy seriously.”               
Source: 301 Smart Answers to Tough Interview Questions

Q: Who would I be reporting to? Are those three people on the same team, or are they on different teams? What’s the ‘pecking order’?

Why this works: “Asking about the internal structure of a company or details about the specific job description can also help you position yourself as the ideal candidate. If you’re going to be working for several bosses, it’s important to understand the lay of the internal land, also known as the ‘pecking order.’ If you’re going to be managing several people, it’s a good idea to try to meet up with them.”
Source: 301 Smart Answers to Tough Interview Questions

Q: I read your CEO’s letter to the editor in Business Week. How did his insights about the emerging Hispanic market impact your Hispanic subsidiary? Did they end up winning a lot of new business as a result?

Why this works: Again, this proves that you’ve done your homework and are genuinely interested in the company.
Source: 301 Smart Answers to Tough Interview Questions

Q: How do you handle new business pitches? Who gets involved in generating new business at this company? Is there a team in place, and do they ‘cull’ employees from different teams, depending on the business that your firm is going after?

Why this works: “Star performers are usually anxious to get involved to get involved in the new business effort, even if they are not technically on the new business team. When you ask about new business, you’re signaling that you’re an A player.”

Queensbay Mall NEW Basement Car Parking System

It was announced and implemented that Queensbay Mall's new Basement Car Parking System is up!

Instead of the previous paper ticket, you will receive a card-type ticket, which functions the same:

1. At entry, the card-type parking ticket will be given when you press for ticket
2. Before heading to your car, make payment at the New Auto Pay Machine by inserting the card-type parking ticket.
3. At exit, insert the card-type parking ticket into the machine.

It was said that they are still in the midst of testing the system for our Multi-level Car Park until further notice. So far my colleague tried using it, so far so good! I'm still finding out the logic behind changing this new system ...hmm...

Share Your dream Contest to Win a trip to Kidzania

The Share Your Dream Contest was created in conjunction with the upcoming 3rd Private and International School Fair Kuala Lumpur.

Every parent wants their child/children to have a wonderful and successful future. The organizer like to hear from you about what is the one thing that you want most of all for your child/children. Some may want their child/children to be a successful leader, while others, want their child/ children to simply be healthy and grow old.

Join and share your dreams and aspirations for your children and stand a chance to win 2 Kidzania tickets weekly, starting from 26th May 2014 to 19th June 2014.

How to enter?
1) Upload a picture of you and your children.
2) Enter a caption of your dreams and aspirations for your child(ren).
3) Winners will be announced every Friday on they Facebook page: Private & International School Fair
4) Collect your prize at the 3rd Private & International School Fair Kuala Lumpur at Mid Valley Exhibition Centre from 19th to 20th July 2014.

Prize and Sample Submission:

Terms and Conditions:

1. This competition will run in four phases, one per week, from 26 May 2014 to 16 June 2014.
2. Each participant is only allowed to submit one entry; further entries can and will be dismissed.
3. Winners will be notified through announcements on our Facebook wall. We may inform through email or telephone (submitted through registration).
4. There will be no cash alternatives for prizes. Prizes are non-transferable and non-refundable.
5. Decisions on winners are within the sole discretion of Mint Communications Sdn Bhd, and are final once announced.
6. Mint Communications Sdn Bhd reserves the right to publicise winners’ names and entries submitted through this contest.
7. Copyrighted, obscene, provocative and/or otherwise questionable content will be dismissed from this contest and the Private International School Fair Facebook page. Mint Communications Sdn Bhd retains sole discretion as to what constitutes questionable content.
8. Mint Communications Sdn Bhd reserves the right to amend or withdraw this competition in the event of any unforeseen circumstances beyond reasonable control.
9. Winners are required to collect their prizes at the 3rd Private & International School Fair held at the Mid Valley Exhibition Centre from 19-20 July 2014. Uncollected prizes are deemed forfeit.
10. Mint Communications Sdn Bhd accepts no responsibility for difficulties experienced in submitting an entry into this competition. 11. Participants are deemed to accept the terms and conditions upon entering this competition.
12. Participating and entering in this promotion is considered a complete release of Facebook by each entrant/participant.
13. The information you provide will only be used for marketing purposes and not shared with third parties.
14. This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with Facebook or its partners or application developers. You are providing your information to the owner or operator of this Facebook page and not to Facebook or any of its partners or application developers.
If you interested to join submit here 

Hmm, hopefully the prize tickets being given is not during peak school holidays, else you will be wasting lots of time waiting !!!

The Cruises Steak House: Enjoy Cash Voucher for Food and Drinks @ 50% Discount!!

Check it out, this is a good deal from Groupon, since The Cruise Steak House is so famous and popular and it's happening in Penang!

  • Cash voucher valid for food and drinks with up to 131 choices of chicken, lamb, beef, spaghetti dishes, and more.
  • Specialty dishes include lamb rack, honey lamb, sizzling steak, and more.
  • Wi-Fi available, with band performances every Wed, Fri, and Sat.
  • Price range from RM3 to RM42.90.
  • Redemption period: Jun 23, 2014 – Aug 23, 2014.
  • Bookings must be made between May 28, 2014 – Aug 20, 2014.
  • Min 3 days prior booking required. Bookings subject to availability.
  • No rescheduling allowed.
  • Valid Mon – Thu: 12pm – 2.30pm, 5.30pm – 11pm / Fri: 5.30pm – 11pm / Sat: 12pm – 2.30pm, 5.30pm – 11pm / Sun: 4.30pm – 11pm (not including eve of public holidays and public holidays).
  • Not valid from Jun 14, 2014 – Jun 15, 2014.
  • May buy and use many. Groupons may be combined.
  • Limit 1 Groupon per person per table (eg: 2 Groupons for 2 people, 3 Groupons for 3 people, etc).
  • Dine-in only.
  • Sharing not allowed.
  • Not valid with on-going promotions, discounts, and alcoholic beverages.
  • Unused balance from voucher cannot be refunded.
  • Pork-free restaurant.
  • Cash vouchers can be used to cover service charges and Government tax.
  • Printed Groupon voucher required upon redemption.
  • Valid at The Cruises Steak House: 04-643 9622 / 017-571 6671.
  • See the rules that apply to all deals.

Besides holding food items down and inserting them into mouths, forks can also be used as replacements for darts. Today’s Groupon hits the bull’s eye with cash vouchers for food and beverages from The Cruises Steak House in Penang. Choose from:
  • RM15 for RM30 cash voucher
  • RM28 for RM60 cash voucher

Click here to see full menu.

Valid at

The Cruises Steak House, The One
73-1-1 & 73-1-2 Ideal@The One, Jalan Mahsuri, 11950 Bayan Lepas, Penang

The Cruises Steak House, Georgetown
No. 8, Bishop Street, 10200 Georgetown, Pulau Pinang