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    Junior Member madangel is on a distinguished road
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    Tea serving in hotel room

    Hi,

    I'm wondering does anyone serve tea to elders in hotel room? We are intending to do serve tea, solemnization & banquet only.

    Thanks!!

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    Yes, I have seen it before. Not uncommon because people need to save time between the traveling around. Check with your elders first if they don't mind, that's the most important.

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    Junior Member madangel is on a distinguished road
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    thanks Honeydew will be checking with them ^^

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    yeah. i think it's just okay to do that.

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    you can serve some, just try asking the hotel beforehand if they serve tea.

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    Yeah, that is allowed.

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    I'm considering to serve tea in the hotel room also

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    Yup, this is quite common in Singapore. I've been to a few and am planning to do it, as it saves traveling time for guests, and the hotel preps all the things required (tea set, tea, seating etc) which is very convenient and one less thing to worry about.

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    tnx guys! also thinking about this. now we will continue with the tea serving.

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    Hello!

    I'm wondering who & who should be served tea first.
    My parents or my grandparents.

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    grandparents i guess...

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    Yeah just ask permission from the hotel admin

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    also wondering about this but tnx for answering.

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    Will be doing this for our wedding

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    Considering to do this too to save travel time, especially when my htb's parents are divorced. As we intend to have a church ceremony too, any advice LG whether the tea serving should done before the church ceremony or before the banquet dinner on the same day?

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