Spoil your tummies in the year of the Water Tiger.
Lunar New Year
Looking for a destination for drinks and perhaps some bites this February? Here are some recommendations to check out.
This is the time of the year when the team at SUPERADRIANME.com look forward to seeing the best Ang Bao (red packet) designs for the Lunar New Year.
Taking a break from feasting? Check out specially curated cocktails from Nutmeg & Clove, MO Bar, GudSht, Junior the Pocket Bar or Mitzo.
This year, we have received some 119 red packet designs for the year of the OX with fewer designs from overseas.
National Heritage Board’s campaign from 4 to 27 February 2021 explores the origins and evolutions of this Lohei in Singapore.
Dining in this Chinese New Year may be a more practical so we check out some takeaway or delivery menus available for the year of the Ox.
Where can you go for Chinese New Year dining in the year of the Ox. We’ve tasted some of the menus so that you can start booking.
Celebrate the year of the metal rat at Sofitel hotels in Singapore, Orchard Hotel or get that Timorous Beastie or Glenfiddich Limited Edition bottle.
With over 150 designs for the year of the Metal Rat this year, we bring you the most authoritative Ang Bao design article in the world.
Have you gotten your abalone for the new year celebrations? Also check out the New Moon Trick Eye Bus Stop ads and win some abalones.
Starbucks has produced dangerously cute merchandise for the year of the rat. They range from mugs & tumblers, a rat bank to a Chinese Zodiac Pin collection.
Sylvia Toh enjoys the Lunar New Year because it is a feastival of red huat dressing and prosperity eating, She shares her joys of festive dining.
Check out the red packet (Ang Bao) designs for the year of the earth pig. Over 100s of designs from Singapore and Asia.
Can’t decide where to dine this Chinese New Year. We visited a couple of restaurants and picked some of the dishes you must have.
We picked out some suggestions so that you can entertain your guests this lunar new year.
Hock Wong debuts its bak kwa with a series of absolutely cute packaging featuring cut-out caricatures of mythological Chinese Gods. Too cute.
Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre’s CNY Family Fun 2019 event is happening this weekend on 12 and 13 January 2019 from 10am to 8pm.
For the past few years since 2014, we have been compiling the various designs of red packets for the Chinese New Year in Singapore and around the region.
Enjoy Emirates’ exclusive Lunar New Year seasonal menu when flying between Singapore and Dubai from between 15 and 17 February 2018?