All posts tagged: Macau

Any Playboy Bunny wannabe?

As Macao eagerly counts down to the opening of Playboy Club Macao later this year, Playboy is recruiting for Playboy Club Bunnies and holding a ‘Bunny Hunt’ event on Friday 15 October, 2010. The Playboy Club Macao Bunny Hunt will recruit potential Playboy Bunnies from around the world to host Playboy Club members and high rollers… To achieve the coveted position of Playboy Club Bunny, applicants must undertake a strict audition and training process before officially becoming a Playboy brand ambassador. Playboy maintains high standards of etiquette, behaviour and dress code, right down to each Bunny’s manicures, make-up and mannerisms. “A Playboy Bunny should always carry herself gracefully, be camera ready and provide smiling and stylised service,” says guest judge Reggie Martin. “Playboy Bunnies are recognized as truly polished professionals and representatives of one of the world’s most well-known brands.” How to apply for The Playboy Club Macao Bunny Hunt: Applicants can apply at http://www.playboymacao.com. Selected Bunnies will then be contacted by Playboy Club Macao. From http://www.hiphongkong.com Your whereabouts will be sooo monitored on October …

Le Guide Michelin

The first book we bought in Hong Kong is the Michelin Guide Hong Kong Macau 2010, a tradition that we want to keep for every country we get posted to. I remember the man at the bookstore suggesting some other travel guide instead of this, but in my mind, I feel sorry for him for not being aware what an institution this book is. The first Guide Michelin was published in 1900 by Andre and Edouard Michelin as a free travel guide for the motorists of France. Through the years, it expanded to the rest of Europe and the United States and is now uncovering Asia. The red guides review restaurants and/or hotels, whereas the green guides review other points of interest. The Michelin Guide New York won Best Restaurant Guide in the World, and Bibendum, the best corporate logo of the century. For the red guides, anonymous inspectors give 1 to 3 Michelin stars to restaurants, with three being the highest, based on the quality and compatibility of the ingredients, the technical skill and …