PML’s “Escape the City” Food Trail

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Performance Motors Limited (PML), with more than 80 people, including customers and their families hit the road recently and embarked on a day trip to Johor to enjoy some delicious food and experience sheer driving pleasure during the “Escape the City: Food Trail Edition”.

“‘Escape the City’ is a long-standing tradition of Performance Motors’ to engage and interact with our customers through drive-aways, usually short holidays and breakfast drives in Malaysia. On this food trail, we took our customers on a one-day food adventure to taste the signature flavours of Johor and at the same time, enjoying a quick break from the customers’ busy schedules in Singapore. This is one of the many customer engagement events organised for our loyal customers to thank them for their continued support,” said Horst Herdtle, Managing Director of Performance Motors Limited.

A fleet of nearly 30 BMW hatchbacks, sedans, 7-seaters and sports activity vehicles took off at dawn on 8 September from the BMW showroom located at the Sime Darby Performance Centre, 303 Alexandra Road to beat the early morning traffic at the Singapore-Malaysia Second Link. After 90 minutes, the convoy arrived at Kluang Rail Coffee where participants were treated to authentic kopitiam eats from Mee Siam and Mee Rebus to Bun Bakar and Hainanese Kopi. The participants then embarked on a two and a half hour journey to Jade Garden Seafood Restaurant at Sungai Rengit for the ocean’s freshest catch for lunch.

With their bellies well fed, the participants gathered for a group photo before returning to Singapore. By 5pm, the Tuas checkpoint was in sight and more than 300 kilometres of trunk roads and expressways had been covered!


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