It seems the norm to invite family member/friends for a last bachelor's night before you are being "tie down". Normally for the buddhist, there would be prayers and the "hair-combing" rites for the bride/bridegroom- ie where the parents would offer blessings for the bride/groom. First comb for a long lasting relationship from beginning to end; second comb till eyebrows and hair grow white; third comb for new generations to come. After that the bride/groom could eat a bowl of the Tong Yuan (glutinous rice dumplings) for a sweet life together. My late mother used to say that unless the bride/groom goes through this rites, they will still be a "child" (not an adult) in the eyes of the gods!.
However instead of having a buffet at home (too messy and too lazy for cleaning up later), we went for a Japanese buffet dinner at the Sunway Legend Hotel.
Thought I could show the night view of the city's skyline to my "chan-kar" ie Eunice parents. I especially liked the view of KLCC from the Gen @ 10 Japanese restaurant at the Sunway Legend Hotel. But this time due to the huge number of us, we were given a room by ourselves. It has it's advantages (more privacy) and disadvantages (got to get up and down from the seat to get our food!).
So we were seated tatami style... a bit difficult for my poor knees getting up and down for food and as you can imagine how many times, I have to do that! D:
The buffet spread was good here... fresh sashimi, numerous types of sushi, teppanyaki, shabu-shabu..well you name it. Service was efficient too and the staff friendly.
Happy Birthday Esther
One Happy photo before the night ended.