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Traditional Indian wedding ceremony

Wedding Reception at Renaissance Hotel KL

If you are looking for a grand multi-purpose location with great ambiance to conduct your wedding ceremony as well as the reception, you may have landed on your perfect site at Renaissance Kuala Lumpur. Depending on the number of guests the Grand Ballroom is available with a minimum of 60 tables, while Ballroom A or B with a minimum 30 tables. The hotel provides good sound and lighting system. The ballroom of the hotel is big, spacious, decorative, pillar-less great for 360 view wherever you are seated.

Many of Malaysian couples today under the influence of western culture, organize their weddings the simplistic way. They reduce the effort of traveling all the way to the bride's hometown to fetch her. If she lived in the other end of the country, precious time could be wasted on just driving alone. Instead, the hotel allows you to have the traditional ceremonies, garden wedding, solemnization, and the reception all on the same day. You can even stay over night at the hotel to make the morning getting-ready session more convenient.

I attended my long time best buddy's wedding at this venue. I thought the ballroom was indeed very nice. Two words appeared in my head; comfort and style. We had a cocktail party before the dinner and the bride wore a white color cheongsam tailor made by her designer sister. 

Photo by Sean Lim Photography | Apr 2017
The grand stairway to the ballroom


https://malcolmmusic.net/2016/01/25/wedding-band-at-renaissance-hotel-kl | Jan 2016

Sandeep and Navrita | Punjabi Wedding Reception at Renaissance Hotel
Photographed by McCain Goh
wedding indian dance performance
happy occasion
wedding first dance

Reception of Han How and Lydia in Aug 2011
Photographers: Grace & Johan (Stories)
renaissance hotel k ballroom

Joshua & Carol | Renaissance Kuala Lumpur Hotel | Apr 2015 | Leonard Hon Videography

Indian weddings customarily involve big celebration and dance. You would need a stage and environment considerably huge to hold the party. Renaissance is preferred thanks to its high ceiling and elegant ballroom. The space is sufficient to create a dance floor right in front. The performers can either entertain the guests on the dining area in closer proximity to the audience or they can carry out their act up on stage. You will have your first dance under the romantic dimmed lights in an intimate moment witnessed by your friends and family.

Mar 2017
The ballroom of the hotel is big, spacious, decorative. If you wish to arrange any celebration party you may go for it including food with a very reasonable price compared to other hotels in Kuala Lumpur.

Sep 2014
The Ballroom is spartan and pillarless...perfect for a 360° view wherever one is seated.
The Bollywood theme supported characteristic drums and Gorgeous melodies was laid bare by the lacklustre soundsystem.
Even the waiters were found wanting as most could not understand English...only a smattering of local staff were attentive and really made the function pleasant.
The food served on a central revolvable platter was cold and well quite forgettable.
The enjoyable bits were the assemblage of family and friends.

AL @ Nov 2012
Attended wedding dinner in RenaIssance Hotel last week. Ambience was alright, but food is not up to expectations.

Feb 2012:
"It was our first time to shoot at Renaissance Hotel in Kuala Lumpur. The entire event from the preps, the ceremony until the reception were done in the same hotel. We really loved the place especially the grand staircase. This is completely western style wedding as there is nothing about the gaming and gate crashing session."

Sep 2012
The grand ballroom where we attended a wedding was beautiful and the setting is great for wedding dinners. The staff were excellent and ready to assist any time.

Renaissance Kuala Lumpur Hotel

Add: Corner of Jalan Sultan Ismail and Jalan Ampang · Kuala Lumpur, 50450 Malaysia
Tel: +60 3 2716 9923
Website: http://www.klrenaissance.com
FB Page: https://www.facebook.com/pg/RenaissanceKL
Email: cani.ng@renaissancehotels.com

Ballrooms and Other Rooms Capacity
Grand Ballroom - Maximum 80 tables, Minimum 60 tables
Ballroom A or B - Maximum 40 tables, Minimum 30 tables

2017 Wedding Menu packages:  from RM2388 nett per table

Outdoor Settings
For a tropical poolside wedding, Renaissance's Olympic-sized swimming pool forms the backdrop to a relaxed outdoor ceremony for weddings. You can say 'I Do' in the presence of a religious or civil official and adjourn to high tea or a poolside barbecue. 

Capacity Chart:

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Intimate Wedding at Talent Lounge, Damansara Perdana

Talent Lounge is an event venue, recruitment office, training center, talent developer, talent showcase or launchpad, restaurant or a café bistro (with entertainment, live band performances from time to time) and many more. It is a modern chic industrial space that can be used as a unique venue for your special occasion.

Located on the ground floor of Menara Mustapha Kamal, this venue is nestled in the garden courtyard of the award-winning PJ Trade Center (winner of the Fiabci Prix D’Excellence Awards 2013 and recipient of Business Excellence Award 2016). Talent Lounge embodies urban design with concrete walls and brick flooring including soaring ceilings and top-to-bottom retail glass windows. Hence, there will be natural lighting during the day. The garden courtyard presents a pleasant environment with some greenery.

They offer on-site customized catering and culinary delights from their western-fare restaurant. The venue is equipped with a complete sound system which is able to deliver amazing audio for your live wedding performance and ceremony.

http://michelleng321onstage.blogspot.my/2015/09/wedding-dinner-talent-lounge-pj.html | Sep 2015

Dec 2015 (taken from Talent Lounge's FB Page)
top to bottom glass windows

Lovely Ambient, in shop and also a calm serene atmosphere on the surrounding outside. Ample parking spaces.

I just love love love the high ceiling architecture. The lighting and ambience is superb. Staff are polite and food is ready for your palate to explore. Really.

great place for local musical talents

Sep 2015
The place was unique and beautiful with bright lights and lovely decorations

Talent Lounge

Talent Lounge located at Menara Mustapha Kamal, @ PJ Trade Centre

Website: http://www.mytalentlounge.com
Add: Menara Mustapha Kamal, Level G-01-01, Block A, PJ Trade Centre, 8 Jln PJU 8/8A Damansara Perdana, 47820 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
For events
Talent Lounge Tel: 03-7722 2952
Hannah : 012-341 2309
Email: event@mytalentlounge.com.

Capacity: 100 pax (seated)

Monday – Thursday: 9.00 AM – 6.00PM
Friday – Saturday: 9.00 AM – 7.00PM
Sunday Closed

360 view:


Ref: pjtradecentre.com

Historical Photoshoot Location | Melaka

With its government buildings, churches, squares and fortifications, Melaka demonstrates the early stages of this history originating in the 15th-century Malay sultanate and the Portuguese and Dutch periods beginning in the early 16th century. This city has been inscribed in the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 2008.

Baba & Nyonya Heritage Museum
Website: http://babanyonyamuseum.com/
Add: Nos. 48 & 50 Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Lock, 75200 Melaka

This museum was the home of Baba Chan Cheng Siew (1865-1919). The interior decor of the house has Dutch, Portuguese, Malay, and Colonial influences, which make the peranakan home unique. Lavish Blackwood furniture from China, inlaid with pearl and marble, greet visitors in the formal reception hall. Set above them are 5-meter high silk embroidery of Chinese symbolism. A unique set of stairs made of solid cenggal wood leads to the second floor.

peranakan house
door gold carving design antique wooden furniture
Bottom from left: Cenggal wood Stairs, Reception hall, Kitchen, Ancestral hall

prewedding photoshoot wall upstairs carving
topi fan chinese malay fusion sarong shirt
holding hands old setting

Jonker Walk (Jalan Hang Jebat) and Its Vicinity
The Jonker street is a famous street in Melaka town center known for its Friday and Saturday's Jonker Walk night market where you can find delicious street food and knick knacks. There are plenty of cafe, restaurants, guesthouses, art studios housed in refurbished heritage buildings. (Pre-wedding photos taken by heartpatrick.com)
The Orang Utan House - studio-gallery of Charles CHAM
Galeri Seni Rakyat, street art along the Melaka River and Kg Jawa Bridge
Zheng He Duo Yun Xuan Art Gallery 郑和朵云轩(马六甲)艺术馆 Lorong Hang Jebat Malacca

Melaka 3D Street Art (Lorong Seni)
The Orangutan House
Sungai Melaka (Malacca River).
Creepy info: The Kampung Jawa Bridge is also called the ‘Ghost Bridge’ because severed heads of people killed by the dreaded Japanese military police were hung along its pillars [source]

Red Square (Dutch Square)
This famous tourist spot in Melaka town is where the historical red painted buildings and structures are located. Among them are Stadthuys (used to be Dutch administrative building), Christ Church, Tan Beng Swee Clock Tower, Queen Victoria Fountain from the British colonial time. 
Add: Jalan Gereja,75000 Melaka

clock tower christ church stadthys
Source: thevastlife.blogspot.com

carrying bride christ church
walking up the stairs
Photos by CM Photography

A' Famosa Fort (Porta de’ Santiago) and St. Paul's Church
There is a staircase from Stadthuys that goes up the hill to St. Paul's Church. It was first built by the Portuguese, originally known as the Chapel of the Mother of God. After the Dutch invaded Malacca, they reconstructed and renamed it to St. Paul's Church. When the Christ Church was established, the Dutch turned St. Paul’s Hill into a burial ground for their noblemen.

At the foot of St. Paul's Hill is the remains of A'Famosa Fortress built by Portuguese admiral, Alfonso d’Albuquerque to protect the Portuguese position in Malacca.

st pauls church tomstone rustic wall
Clockwise: A'Famosa Fortress. St Paul's Church exterior. St Paul's church interior. Granite tombstones.

http://fabulous-moments.com/blog/matthew-renata | Dec 2016

rock fort old demolish
Photo by: Aleeya Studio Taiping. @ A'Famosa Fort.


Ref: abckualalumpur.com, travelblog.org, malaysia-trulyasia.com, coachnvanrental.com.my, google.com, tripadvisor.com, unesco.org