Plan an unforgettable Chinese New Year with Mandarin Oriental Singapore
With this year’s Lunar New Year celebrations arriving earlier than usual, we’re all neck-deep in planning our gatherings and festivities for this season of reunion. This year, shake things up with the amazing Mandarin Oriental Singapore and make your CNY a memorable one with loved ones.
Indulge in a luxurious stay with the renowned hotel and embark on their Lunar New Year edition of Cycle for MOre, taking in the picturesque views and bustling vibes of our Marina Bay area as you embark on an exclusive two-hour guided cycling tour along the waterfront, exploring Singapore’s landmarks, skyscrapers, and the stories behind Marina Bay.
Then take the retreat to another level with The Spa’s revitalising wellness package, featuring a 60-minute Tai Chi session, a multi-sensory tea ceremony, followed by a 30-minute Oriental foot and leg massage, before trying your hand at a calligraphy session led by an award-winning Master Calligrapher.
For an unforgettable feast to mark your CNY celebrations, head over to Cherry Garden, where you’ll get to pick from five unique Yu Sheng platters to toss to a year of abundance ahead. From their Prosperity Yu Sheng with Arctic clam, salmon, and crispy fish skin, to the lavish Triumph Yu Sheng with caviar, black truffle, sweet shrimp, and salmon, there’s something for everyone.
But that’s just a prelude to the festive menu’s real highlights. Look forward to delicacies such as chicken soup packed with American ginseng, fish maw, conpoy, Chinese mushroom, and sliced abalone, Braised 4-head Abalone with premium sea cucumber, Sautéed Lobster with braised ee-fu noodles, and the decadent Canadian Lobster and Oscietra Caviar from their Hennessy V.S.O.P CNY Edition menu for a truly extravagant affair.
If that’s not enough, bring home exquisite goodies or find the perfect gift with the hotel’s array of Pineapple Tarts, Traditional Nian Gao, and even their Cherry Garden Superior Pot pen cai, all conveniently available on The Online Shop.
Can’t wait to find out more? Head over to Mandarin Oriental Singapore’s website here for more information.