January 26, 2015

Party of the Century at Empire City!!

Remember my post on Party of the Century?
Well, the day finally came!
The day to dress up and party all out with free flow drinks! Wee~

Party of the Century at Empire City, Damansara Perdana!

Going inside the venue, there's a line of models welcoming us like VVIP ^^

#OOTN
With a 1920s theme, I wore a long black dress and accessorized with a headpiece and costume jewelleries. I was rushing from work, so that's as much I could manage to pull off hehe I was practically dressing myself up in the car LOL

With gorgeous Fish! Thanks babe for all <3

There were a variety of canapes served at the event. All of them were so yummy!!








The huge stage to hold international artiste performances throughout the night.

My date with the other half for the night <3

Free flow of premium beers and alcohol throughout the night. It was crazy!


Super love this premium Kronenbourg beer!


Of course, the organisers did not forget the non-alcoholics.
There were juices available...

...and Coke for refreshments as well.

The venue was done nicely for the event and we were actually standing on what is to be an Olympic size ice skating rink when Empire City is built.

The arrival of Paris Hilton! Woots~


The show then started with emcees of the night introducing the first act...

2am!!!
Girls were so excited when they came on stage.
They performed three songs out of which 2 were ballads and it was an enjoyable stint!

Mark Vincent, winner of Australia's Got Talent in 2009 then took the stage. He sang 'You Raise Me Up' and his powerhouse vocals really impressed everyone.  

I especially enjoyed the acrobatic show as well.


They were guided by songs on a violin played by a lady hanging in the air!

She could even play while hanging upside down. Cray Cray!!

Next up were two speed painters coming up with their own art portraits within few minutes. So impressive.



Both of the portraits happened in a blink of an eye and this guy drew his upside down! Such talents!

Then there was shadow dancing by two dancers and..

Drum performances.

Dato Sean Ng, Managing Director of the Empire Group then took centre stage to address the crowd.

Empire City will be a 2.5 million square feet of net lettable retail area, 8 corporate towers and office suites, 3 international 5+ star and 5 star hotels and a cinema themed hotel. Can't wait to visit again when it is fully built. 
This is one impressive city within a city.

Cheers to the launch of Empire City!


Then came the star that was the hype of the event, Paris Hilton!
Everyone then went crazyyy especially photogs with flashes and flashes of lights!

She was the deejay for 30 minutes. There was some hiccups in the beginning where her dancers didn't appear..

..But they appeared eventually and got the show going. 
Paris unfortunately didn't sing for us.


She just put on her 'deejay' hat for awhile and went off stage.

But it's alright, because the final act of the night brought the house down! Taboo from Black Eyed Peas may not be as famous as his other BEP counterparts but after this, he will definitely be remembered. 
The opening act for Taboo.

Taboo deejayed for awhile..

...and got the crowd crazy with his rap, dance moves and he was so engaging with us!

He even brushed through the crowd, stepped on the bar table and sang with us!
He was so awesome! He ended the night with a bang. He sang my favourite song of all time- Where is the love! And he said Black Eyed Peas will be back. Arghhh! Can't wait. I would totally go for a B.E.P concert hehe

All in all, I had a wonderful time with all the international artiste performances. The venue was big enough to accommodate all few thousand of us so it wasn't stuffy, food was great, the premium free flow drinks were generous, ample parking spaces and so many helpful workers to guide all of us.

It was a great event and definitely one to be remembered!

January 24, 2015

Jipangi Ice Cream, Sunway Pyramid

Jipangi is the newest ice cream shop to open in Sunway Pyramid.


The unique thing about this ice cream is the J shaped cone.


For a mix of flavour is RM9.
One flavour is RM7.

The ice cream goes all the way in the J shaped cone.

I think this is another overrated and overpriced dessert shop.
The ice cream is just normal sundae ice cream. The cone is harder and has corn taste. Yeap, that's about it. I don't understand why is it RM9 for that. Such a rip off!

I would rather pay RM9.90 for a Magnum ice cream