Exciting new tastes, and
tradition-filled favourites send guests over the moon for Resorts World
Genting’s mooncake promotion.
mid-autumn (or mooncake) festival falls on 13 September 2019, but Resorts World
Genting is already leading the festive charge with a delectable selection of
the traditional treats. From 8 July to 13 September 2019, the mountain-top
resort will offer a wide array of their signature mooncakes across many venues
within Resorts World Genting, in preparation for one of the most popular
festivals of the Chinese lunar calendar.
keeping with the tradition, Resorts World Genting is offering 15 delicious mooncake
variants which are available at locations throughout the resort. Ranging from
traditional to contemporary flavours, the mooncakes are made by the talented
Resorts World Genting chefs, to recipes which have been refined over years of mooncake
research and development.
most traditional mooncake is the lotus paste with single yolk. The filling for
this mooncake is handmade in the Resorts World Genting mooncake production
kitchen, and is a perfect blend of sweet and creamy, offset by the richness of
the salted egg yolk. For those who cannot get enough of the yolk, there is the lotus
paste with double yolk and for those who prefer minimal sweetness in their
mooncake, pick the low sugar option with lotus paste. For a twist on this
traditional version of the mooncake, try the fragrant green tea lotus paste mooncake
or the Pu Er lotus paste with single yolk. The newly created pandan jade (lotus
paste with screwpine leaf) with chocolaty hazelnuts is also a must try for its
intense nutty flavour and rich mouth-feel.
have a membrane which clings to the seeds. The removal of this membrane before
cooking results in white lotus seed paste, which is deemed by connoisseurs to
be the highest quality of paste. Fittingly, Resorts World Genting uses this
slighter less sweet paste in the creation of its more premium offerings, namely
lotus paste with black sesame. The resort’s latest white lotus paste creation
pairs the premium filling with X.O
jingsa, for an overtone of citrusy tanginess which is delightful with freshly
brewed Chinese tea.
popular traditional variant of the mooncake is the one with red bean paste. Resorts
World Genting also offers the golden jade with single yolk, and pandan jade
with buttermilk custard.
lovers will delight in the new durian paste with premium durian jingsa and the
delicate snow skin durian paste mooncake. Those who prefer more bite to their
mid-autumn treats will be happy to know that the master mooncake makers have
perfected the assorted nuts “Ng Yan” variant.
The traditional Kam Tui mooncake - which is a dense mix of nuts, seeds,
dried melon and cured Chinese ham - is exclusively available only in two
non-halal restaurants: Genting Palace and Good Friends Restaurant.
at all kiosks is Resort World Genting’s signature moon biscuit, the God of
Wealth cookie which utilizes the recipe for the mooncake crust, pressed into
moulded shapes. God of Wealth cookies are priced at RM7 nett for two pieces.
the exception of the Kam Tui mooncake, all mooncake
variants can be purchased at the following locations:
➢ Genting Palace, second floor, Genting
Grand, from 12.00 noon to 9.00pm.
➢ Good Friends Restaurant, level two,
Maxims Hotel, from 12.00 noon to 9.00pm.
➢ Maxims Platinum Lounge, lobby, Maxims
Hotel, from 12.00 noon to 9.00 pm.
➢ Malaysian Food Street entrance, Level
4, SkyAvenue, from 12.00 noon to 10.00 pm.
➢ First World Hotel lobby, First World
Hotel, from 10.00 am to 10.00 pm.
➢ Grab & Win, Level 1, Sky Casino
➢ Flavours Café, lobby, Resorts World
Awana, from 12.00 noon to 9.00 pm.
World Genting will offer a 20 percent discount for early birds, from 8th
to 31st July 2019, while from 8 July to 13 September, there will be
a 30 percent discount for a minimum purchase of 50 boxes of the four-piece
For more information, please visit
www.rwgenting.com or call
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