Malaysian Hawker Village @ Putrajaya Marriott Hotel

Malaysian Hawker Village 


Malaysian food are always a treat to have, what more hawker fares. Just recently, Putrajaya Marriot launched the Malaysian Hawker Village promotion in conjunction with our National Day and Malaysia Day celebration. I was there to witness it as well as to try out their fares. Not bad at all, held at the Summer Palace in Putrajaya Marriot. Check out what they have to offer below.


Malaysian Hawker Village @ Putrajaya Marriott Hotel
Malaysian Hawker Village @ Putrajaya Marriott Hotel



Putrajaya Marriott Hotel
IOI Resort City
62502 Sepang Utara, Malaysia
Tel : 603-8949 8888
Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/MarriottPutrajaya


Various stalls can be found, serving local delights
Various stalls can be found, serving local delights
Penang Char Kuey Teow
Penang Char Kuey Teow

Imagine hawker fares in a five star hotel. It's true, Putrajaya Marriott presents authentic comfort food from the streets of Malaysia, to the streets of Summer Palace. There were props showcasing the street names where famous foods in Malaysia can be found, and with it a potpourri of mouth-watering offerings.

Merdeka Gallery @ Putrajaya Marriott Hotel


Launch of the Merdeka Gallery
Launch of the Merdeka Gallery 
Ribbon cutting ceremony
Ribbon cutting ceremony

During the launch of the Malaysian Hawker Village, just next to it was the all-new Merdeka Gallery. Take a stroll through the Merdeka Gallery featuring visuals, articles and videos from our historical independence day when Malaysia declared its Independence Day; 31 August 1957. You get to understand a bit more of our Malaysian history, while enjoying your delightful meal at the same time. Pretty cool.

Chee Cheong Fun & Yong Tau Foo Stall
Chee Cheong Fun & Yong Tau Foo Stall
Yong Tau Foo
Yong Tau Foo
Assam Laksa
Assam Laksa
Curry Laksa
Curry Laksa

Dine at the Malaysian Hawker Village @ Putrajaya Marriott Hotel and try out all 15 of Malaysia’s most sought after, best-of-the-best hawker food cravings. So many delightful dishes were seen to be served, from Assam Laksa, Curry Laksa, Chicken & Duck Rice, Penang Kuay Teow, Radish Cake, Oyster Omelette & Penang Lobak, Chee Cheong Fun & Yong Tau Foo, Rojak & Popiah, Prawn Mee Soup & Fish Ball Noodle, Nasi Lemak Kukus, Sarawak Noodle, Pan Mee, Rojak & Cendol and more!


Nasi Lemak
Nasi Lemak Kukus
Fried Radish Cake
Fried Radish Cake
Chicken & Duck Rice
Chicken & Duck Rice

Teachers and Students’ Co-curriculum Deal


Currently, there's an on-going Teachers and Students’ Co-curriculum Deal, where it's only RM15 nett per head inclusive of 1 meal package of your choice and complimentary Putrajaya Marriott bus pick up. The terms are that there's a Minimum 20 persons (must include at least 1 teacher), subject to availability at the point of request, minimum 48 hours’ reservation notice to 603-8949 8888 (Cik Azela marcom officer).


Popiah
Popiah

The Teachers and Students’ Co-curriculum Deal promotion is available daily 11 am till 9 pm from 29 August to 16 September 2016, priced at RM15 nett per meal package (1 food item + 1 dessert or 1 drink of your choice). For more information on Malaysian Hawker Village @ Putrajaya Marriott Hotel, please contact 603-8949 8888 ext 1332 or visit their official website at www.summerpalacerestaurant.com.my.




6 comments :

  1. Appreciate their effort to highlight the best of Malaysia - I would much sooner go for our own homegrown hawker food anytime. Ummm...but nothing from Sarawak? Awwwwwwwww!!!!!!

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  2. wow lots of food to try. you know I just awake lol.

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  3. Selection looks pretty good. I guess if you live in Putrajaya this definitely helps loads.

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  4. Oh how nice - I didn't know that Putrajaya Marriot Hotel had this Isaac. The Teachers and Students’ Co-curriculum Deal promotion also looks like a good deal too as the selection has a vast variety :) Dishes look extremely tasty too ^^

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  5. oh gosh... those food look just so good... I cannot resist.... I wish I can have some.. feeling peckish now...

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  6. Wah, lots of Malaysian foods, my favorite :)

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Always appreciate the comments. Thanks!

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