Tatler, June 2011 - Magical Afternoon

Tatler, June 2011

WHAT: Malaysia Tatler Homes celebrates becoming a quarterly publication
WHERE: Tropicana Grande Sales Gallery, PJ
WHO CAME: Datin Puspa Nathan, Datin Salmah Shanaz and Datin Kim Lee

DUE TO POPULAR DEMAND FROM THE MARKET, MALAYSIA TATLER HOMES will be available at newsstands four times a year - which was certainly a cause for celebration. To share this delightful news with its cherished readers and supporters, a special afternoon

tea party was organised within the modern interiors of Dijaya Corporation Bhd's latest property showroom, Tropicana Grande Sales Gallery. Arriving in style on chauffeur-driven golf carts after they parked their cars, guests sportingly slipped off their high heels and polished

shoes to enter the venue. Glasses of iced drinks and wine served were accepted thankfully by guests to quench their thirst from the sweltering heat outside.

While waiting for the event to begin, guests wandered around Tropicana Grande Sales Gallery, admiring the sleekly decorated property showroom, which featured paintings and sculptures from Ode to Art Contemporary, toiletries such as body scrubs, hand creams and

lotions by Burt's Bees and textile home accessories from Pasaya. Lillian Lung and her team from Tropicana Grande Sales Gallery worked closely with the Malaysia Tatler staff to anwer the queries from interested guests about the luxurious property development.

The afternoon took off on a good note with the official launching, when Malaysia Tatler's General Manager of Sales SUE LOKE and Editor-in-Chief SUNITA CHHABRA unveiled the latest cover of the Malaysia Tatler Homes magazine to thunderous applause. Keeping the

mood of the afternoon buoyant, harpist Jee Fei played some lovable classic tunes with her instrument while illusionist David Lai wandered around the venue performing tricks for awestruck guests.

Several guests returned home with gleeful smiles when they received special gifts from a lucky draw, sponsored by Dijaya Corporation Bhd and Pasaya. It was a lively afternoon enjoyed by one and all, and many remained to socialise and mingle even after the event ended.

It was almost peak time in traffic that they reluctantly headed back home.

Sue Loke and Sunita Chhabra

Jee Fei