Mandarin Oriental The Best Way to Celebrate CNY

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The Year of Ox is coming upon us, get in the mood for loud yet warm family reunions and celebrate Chinese New Year in style. While still in cautious times, Mandarin Oriental hotels across Asia have launched an array of festive offerings, which guarantee a safe yet joyous holiday celebrations that old and young would both enjoy. With a series of CNY packages and items specially crafted and launched, Asian parents approve that these are the best ways to celebrate the festive season. 

Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong

The Club Escape Package at Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong offers a retreat staycation for friends and family during this festive season and beyond. Besides relaxing in style at the newly-opened executive lounge, The Mandarin Club, guests can also taste off-menu Cantonese classic delights from the renovated Michelin-starred Man Wah while enjoying panoramic views of Victoria Harbour and the Hong Kong skyline. Priced at HK$5,880 per night, the package is valid from 1 February to 30 June 2021 with an array of complimentary services.

For further information and reservations, visit https://www.mandarinoriental.com/hong-kong/victoria-harbour/luxury-hotel/offers/club-escape. 

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Mandarin Oriental, Taipei

Kick off the Year of Ox at the Mandarin Oriental, Taipei with a full stomach of gastronomic delights. Indulge in the Chinese New Year Afternoon Tea at The Jade Lounge, featuring an array of festive sweet and savoury delights that are almost too pretty to eat. Guests can also share the blessings with family and friends with the "Fortune" cake and pastry by The Mandarin Cake Shop.

For reservations at The Jade Lounge, please call +886 2 2715 6668 or email motpe-jlounge@mohg.com. 

For The Mandarin Cake Shop enquiries, please call +886 2 2715 6789 or email motpe-cakeshop@mohg.com.

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Mandarin Oriental, Singapore

Chinese New Year celebration is not complete without a Lo Hei (Prosperity Toss) for any Asian communities. Cherry Garden at the Mandarin Oriental, Singapore launches a selection of Yu Sheng platters, such as the Prosperity Yu Sheng with salmon, Bountiful Yu Sheng with abalone, or the Harmonious Yu Sheng with lobster, abalone and salmon, which diners can toss for good luck, good health and good fortune before digging in this culinary gem.

For reservations at Cherry Garden, please call +65 6885 3500 or email mosin-dining@mohg.com. 

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Mandarin Oriental, Kuala Lumpur 

Award winning restaurant Lai Po Heen at Mandarin Oriental, Kuala Lumpur has specially curated menus, which are ideal options to spend an auspicious Chinese New Year celebration with loved ones while remaining safe. All available for takeaway, guests can indulge in a toss to prosperity and abundance over a selection of yee sang. Signatures of the year, Wagyu Beef Striploin Marble Eight Yee Sang and Sea Urchin & Fish Roe Yee Sang are the impeccable dishes to welcome the Year of Ox that will not disappoint. Another iconic celebration dish is Supreme Treasure Bowl featuring 19 sumptuous delicacies such as Japanese dried scallops, supreme fish maw and 6-head South African abalones.

For reservation at Lai Po Heen, please call +60 (3) 2330 8798 or email mokul-fb@mohg.com.

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Celebrate at Home

While this Chinese New Year might not be a conventional one, Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group is dedicated to make celebrations at home special by offering staple dishes and prosperity hampers from Shop M.O.

Shop online via the direct links:

Mandarin Oriental, Kuala Lumpur

https://kualalumpur.mandarinorientalshop.com/collections/chinese-new-year-2021

Mandarin Oriental, Singapore

https://singapore.mandarinorientalshop.com/collections/chinese-new-year-treats

Mandarin Oriental, Taipei

https://www.mandarinoriental.com/event/ya-ge-chinese-new-year-hamper

Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong

https://hongkong.mandarinorientalshop.com/collections/chinese-new-year-treats

Mandarin Oriental, Macau

https://www.mandarinoriental.com/event/chinese-new-year-delights