AS part of its corporate social responsibility (CSR) programme in conjunction with the joyous Chinese New Year celebration, Lexis Suites Penang visited 25 underprivileged senior citizens at Rumah Charis in Pulau Betong, Balik Pulau today.
The old folks, aged 63 to 92, were treated to a Chinese New Year feast.
Source: Buletin Mutiara
Seramai 42 kanak-kanak daripada Pertubuhan Kebajikan Shemariah, Kuala Pilah diraikan dalam satu majlis sempena sambutan Hari Krismas oleh Kumpulan Hotel Lexis, di sini baru-baru ini.
Menurut Presiden Kumpulan Hotel Lexis, Mandy Chew Siok Cheng, program itu merupakan acara tahunan dan sebahagian daripada tanggungjawab sosial korporat (CSR) kumpulan berkenaan.
THERE are a few things better than comfort food, like familiar flavours that conjure up memories of our grandmother’s kitchen, creating nostalgia at Christmas time.
For people who cannot replicate their favourite dishes, we can always rely on chefs to do it.
Lexis Hibiscus Port Dickson culinary director chef Ryan Poon, whose 21 years of cheffing includes stints in Ireland, Dubai, Egypt and Hong Kong, recreates the classic Christmas dishes we have all grown to love.
THE Lexis Hotel Group did the country proud by winning a “grand slam”.
At the recent Haute Grandeur Global Hotel Awards 2018 held at Palazzo Versace Dubai, the group won awards in four categories: Best Pool Villa; Best Pool Villa Resort; Best All Suite Resort; and Best New Resort.
The first two awards were won by Lexis Hibiscus Port Dickson while its latest property – Lexis Suites Penang – swept the other two.
FORTY residents from the Sri Ragavendra Welfare Home in Seremban were treated to a Deepavali lunch by staff of the Lexis Group of Hotels.
The group, led by Lexis Hotel Group president Mandy Chew Siok Cheng, spent a couple of hours playing games and participating in fun activities before they served lunch to the residents who included old folk as well as special needs and mentally challenged people aged between nine and 99.
Nine hours of painstaking work and about 150kg of coloured rice.
The results? A gorgeous kolam designed in vibrant colours, depicting a peacock in all its glory.
“We decided on a peacock design as it symbolises immortality and renewal,” said Simon Tan, who is general manager of Lexis Hibiscus where the kolam is displayed at the hotel lobby.
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