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This M’sian Uncle Brought His Own Cookware & 55KG of Groceries In A Luggage To Quarantine

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Source: Jeremy Looi

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This Malaysian businessman, Jeremy Looi is showing people how his quarantine went and to be honest, it looked great!

Jeremy reached KLIA on 6 August from China. He hasn’t been back in Malaysia since 2008 as his family and business are in Manila, Phillippines where the borders are still closed to foreigners.

The businessman understands that once he returns to Malaysia, he would need to be quarantined for 14 days. As he would like to make the quarantine easier, he decided that he wanted to bring a variety of foodstuffs and beverages. He came back to Malaysia with 55kg of luggage!

The things that were in his bags were chinaware, pots, a dim sum steamer, cooking utensils, an induction cooker, dried foodstuff, Chinese sausages, century eggs, eggs, shallots, canned goods, sauces, milk, chrysanthemum, lemons, coffee and tea. The most mind-blowing one of all was actually the two bottles of Bordeaux wine along with his personal wine glass and decanter!

Speaking to World of Buzz, Jeremy told us that he was allocated to Grand Millenium hotel, Bukit Bintang and he feels so blessed that he got a very spacious room. In fact, the bathroom was so big that he made a little pantry in it! He also mentioned that food is given thrice a day and it tastes pretty good!

Bathroom was spacious enough for me to create a little pantry area for myself

Posted by Jeremy Looi on Ahad, 9 Ogos 2020

In order to get through the 14 days, Jeremy shares that his laptop was his closest companion. It truly helped him get a lot of work done and he could relax by reading e-books or watching Netflix and cable TV provided by the hotel. To keep fit, he also brought a yoga mat for his exercises and stretches.

Sharing with us, Jeremy showed some of the meals that he had cooked with his trusty ol’ induction cooker.

Today (20 August) is the day that he is free from the quarantine and to celebrate, the hotel gave him a cute little certificate. Mr Looi is also very thankful for the existence of the Malaysian Quarantine Support Group as it is “an extremely helpful guide to help Malaysians get home.”

We hope that Jeremy will be able to reunite with his family in Manila soon! 

 

Also read: Malaysian Whiskey, Timah, Wins Silver At World Spirits Competition

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