2016 - JW💓QQ The Wedding Eve in Penang

Ching Jin Wei💓❤️  Shevin Teoh Qingqi

25.11.2016 - Today is the wedding eve day and all of us traveled to Penang for the unique garden wedding ROM ceremony held the next morning. A total of 20 pax in 7 cars traveled in the early morning to Penang, Ellen Law and Loo Boon Fong flew in from Hong Kong and Alecia Lam flew in from Australia. Fifteen of us stayed at Gurney Home, a two storey building with 7 rooms (5 bathrooms) at No. 56 Medan Lim Cheng Teik, Pulau Tikus. Eight of Jin Wei friends stayed at Cititel Hotel, Penang Road.

Professor Dr.Goh Chooi Beow reading some flyers.
The names of room.

Happy Birthday to Ching Bee Geok: Upon our arrival around noon in Penang, we had Penang streets food for lunch at Pulau Tikus market. Had a good rest in the afternoon and evening was a dinner hosted by Ching Neng Shyan and Judith Khoo to celebrate Ching Bee Geok's birthday at D'White Beach Seafood Restaurant 沙滩小馆, Burma Road, Penang.
The D'White Beach Seafood Restaurant 沙滩小馆 is located on the ground floor of Premier Centre, facing Burma Road, Penang. The interior is distinct from the Middle Kingdom with lantern spelling downwards.

This special birthday cake by courtesy of Judith Khoo. Many thanks to Judith Khoo for the cake and Ching Neng Shyan for the sumptuous dinner.

"Happy Birthday and Many Happy Returns Of The Day" to Ching Bee Geok from all of us.

Ching Bee Geok, Ching Neng Shyan, Judith Khoo, Ching Sze Lin.

Ching Sze Lin and Ching Sze Yin

Isabelle Ching and mama Winnie Law.

After dinner, Jin Wei and myself drove to Suffolk House for final preparation and inspection of the wedding decoration and settings.

Suffolk House established in 1804 is located off Jalan Air Itam, Penang, standing on Peper Estate that was originally owned by Captain Francis Light. It has been part of Penang history for almost as long as Penang's history itself. By learning about Suffolk House, you learn the lives and times of the British settlement in Penang.

The handsome Georgian country mansion of Suffolk House.

Main entrance and reception hall of Suffolk House.

Main entrance and reception hall of Suffolk House.

The ground floor Marble dinning hall, Suffolk House.

The ground floor Marble dinning hall, Suffolk House.

The tea patio of Suffolk House northern side.
The VIP room of Suffolk House.

Another VIP room of Suffolk House.

The wedding R.O.M ceremony decorations at the north garden of Suffolk House.

View of the modern annexed of Suffolk House.

Dinning at first floor Suffolk House Ballroom with its surrounding verandah overlooking lush rain-trees makes this venue all the more unique and exciting.

Upstairs Ballroom Dinning Hall of Suffolk House.

Upstairs Chandeliers at Suffolk House.

First-floor colonnade terrace at Suffolk House with modern netting installed.

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1 comment:

  1. Woah! This place is gorgeous. The decoration and the arrangement look mind blowing. I would so want to decorate an event space just like this, so warm and welcoming it is. The north garden looks beautiful with all the set up.