In conjunction with the month of Ramadan Al-Mubarak, The Royale Chulan, Seremban- recently hosted a Buka Puasa event for single mothers, senior citizens, orphans and poor children from Pertubuhan Anak-Anak Yatim dan Miskin Darul Khusus (PEYAKIN) in Rembau, Negeri Sembilan were joined by Tuan Mohamad Hapil, Director of Welfare Department, Negeri Sembilan, management and guest. The Royale Chulan, Seremban’s General Manager, Mr Leo Kuscher said “it was a joy and privilege to share and help the wishes of these young children and light up their festive celebration with joy”. The General Manager, Mr Leo Kuscher also presented donations and gifts worth RM10,000 from the hotel groups We Care Campaign to the children as part of the event. It was heart-warming to see that everyone joined in the spirit of Ramadan, acknowledging a time of togetherness and sharing.
After breaking fast with dates, a dietary habit espoused by the Prophet Muhammad (S.A.A.W) because of its energizing value after a long day of going without food, the children and guests were treated to wide variety of dishes ranging from kampung delicacies and traditional delights to a variety of local and continental savouries, with the roast lamb one of the most sought-out dish. They were treated to an array of sumptuous spread at the Aroma Asiatique Restaurant.
This is an effort to showcase Royale Chulan, Seremban as an innovative player in the hospitality industry which is willing to spread cheer and joy to the less fortunate and at the same time to encourage management and guest to serve the community.
A sumptuous spread of Ramadan delights is served at Aroma Asiatique Restaurant throughout the month of Ramadan from 7pm to 10pm from 6th May to 4th June with 4 rotation menus and with more than 100 dishes, stall concepts and live stations to choose from including whole roasted lamb, Soup Gearbox, Nasi Briyani and the famous ‘Apam Balik’, you will discover the true spirit of Malaysian cuisine.
This event has become a tradition for Royale Chulan and they look forward to celebrate many more occasions with the less fortunate and share the company’s success by giving back to those in need. In addition to the sumptuous spread of local delights, the evening tapered off with the Muslims performing the Isyak and Terawih prayers as sign of gratitude and respect for the holy month.