Apart from the special check-in counters, there is another VIP treatment for the World Club guests. That is the buffet breakfast!
The buffet breakfast for World Club guests will be served at the World Club Lounge located on the 24th floor of Tower 1 and 28th floor of Tower 2. This is a private dining area for World Club guests only.
All the guests from the Standard and Deluxe Rooms will enjoy their buffet breakfast at the First World Café. I heard that the café can be quite crowded especially on peak seasons. There are over 6,000 rooms in First World Hotel, and the amount of guests can easily hit 10,000!
In the exclusive World Club Lounge, you can dine with comfort. The place is very cozy with comfortable sofa seat, wooden flooring and views of the theme parks. However, the food variety is quite limited. You can choose to have your breakfast at the First World Café too, if you don’t mind the crowd.
Buffet Breakfast – noodles, dim sum, pau, rice, porridge etc..
V asked, “Want to eat char siew pau? Not bad la.”
Little Edison counting fingers after having his breakfast
World Club Lounge
After breakfast, we went to the Jungle Gym – an indoor adventure playground in Genting operated by Pedas Springs. It is very similar to Amazonia in Singapore. The entrance fee is RM28 for two hours. So, our boy had another hour of fun before we returned to our hotel and check-out.
He can never get enough of ball pit!
Climb, climb, climb…
Jump, jump, jump…
My favourite shot! 🙂
Our coach left Genting at 2pm. After a super tiring 7.5 hours journey, we finally reached our home sweet home at 9:30pm. Nonetheless, it’s still a nice short vacation for us. I truly enjoyed every moment of my time there with V and Little Edison.
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