Lunar New Year


Johnnie Walker Limited Edition Bottle Celebrates the Year of the Dog

The Johnnie Walker limited edition Blue Label bottle, a collaboration with Taiwanese artiste Page Tsou, is perfect for the Chinese New Year in 2018.

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Grab ang baos

Thank Your Grab Driver With S$8.88 Digital Ang Baos Sponsored By Grab

Show a little appreciation to your Grab driver with a sincere thank you note and S$8.88 digital ang baos through the Grab app.

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POSB Pop Up ATM (POSB Photo)

PSA: More Ways To Get New Notes From DBS or POSB For Lunar New Year

POSB and DBS are offering its customers more ways to get new and almost-new notes for the coming lunar new year, even after banking hours.

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We won't go thirsty during the Lunar New Year festivities

We Won’t Go Thirsty During the Lunar New Year Festivities

Don’t go thirsty in the year of the Monkey. Here’re some beverages we think you should be serving your guests.

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"No Monkey Business" Red Packets (Ang Bao) Worth Collecting For 2016

“No Monkey Business” Red Packets (Ang Bao) Worth Collecting For 2016

Red Packets (Ang Bao) with evergreen designs in 2016. Spot any favourites?

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Year of the Monkey Red Packets in 2016

Monkey Around with These Red Packet Designs in 2016

Here are over 30 red packet designs from Singapore and Malaysia with the monkey incorporated in them to herald in the year of the Monkey.

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Singtel celebrates the year of the monkey with goodies for its customers.

Enjoy Free Singtel Mobile Data and Singtel TV Preview for the Lunar New Year

Singtel celebrates the year of the monkey with a bag of goodies for its postpaid mobile customers and Singtel TV customers.

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2016 Singapore Lunar Monkey Coins

Singapore Mint Unveils 2016 Singapore Lunar Monkey Coins

Singapore Mint ushers in 2016 with the Year of the Monkey Almanac Coins and the third Almanac Series Puzzle Coin Set issued by the Monetary Authority of Singapore.

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Treasure Chicken

Bakerzin Chinese New Year Delights

Bakerzin tries its hand at a traditional Chinese New Year Menu, with a two-course set menu that comes at an economical price of S$18.80++

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First Wood Goat Baby in Singapore Gets RISIS Goat

RISIS celebrates the year of the wood goat by welcoming the first Chinese New Year newborn with a gift package of good fortune.

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