The Fullerton Hotels Singapore Everyone's go to place to get their Chinese New Year goodies is most definitely Chinatown.
Busy streets and stores selling almost everything and anything you want from flavoured jellies to bak Kua to kuihs.
I understand that there are days where you just don’t want to deal with crowds and stuff. So, we’ve scoured the net for hot places where you can get your goodies!
Prepare for the Lunar New Year with a selection of thoughtfully crafted festive goodies by The Fullerton’s team of chefs. Snack on buttery Prosperity Pineapple Cookies shaped adorably as miniature bulldog terriers with a chocolate patch eye, or gift a box of crumbly Rose-flavoured Sweetheart Cakes, crafted from scratch with a filling of winter melon delicately sweetened by rose-scented sugar.
For enquiries, call 6877 8943 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Get your Chinese New Year goodies at Goodwood Park Hotel. This year, Goodwood Park Hotel debuts their bite-size pineapple ingot tarts. How cute! Also, look out for other favourites like Tree of Blossoming Treasure which is inspired by bonsai trees and Spicy Salted Egg Yolk Lotus Root Chips with an option of topping it with their Chef’s addictive ‘Mala’ (spicy Sichuan spices) seasoning.
For more enquiries, call 6730 1786 or email email@example.com.
GODIVA’s Chocolatiers carefully created a range of Chinese tea infused chocolate pieces inspired by the Asian market to enliven the taste buds, awaken your senses and indulge those celebrating the occasion. Just like the intense colours of the orchids, the GODIVA Chinese New Year Collection celebrates the occasions with intense passion.
Available at Bugis Junction, ION Orchard, Jurong Point, Raffles City, Suntec City, Takashimaya, VivoCity and Westgate.
Add a little twist to your Chinese New Year with goodies from One Farrer Hotel. They offer unique infusions like Bak Kwa Madelaines, Salted Truffle Macadamia Nuts and Golden Salted Egg Fish Skins. There is also traditional options like Traditional Chinese Coin Walnut & Gula Melaka Nian Gao and Handmade Golden Pineapple Tarts.
For more enquiries, call 6705 7824 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Established in Singapore last July, The Kettle Gourmet serves up fresh hand-baked gourmet popcorn with a unique local twist. Bak Kwa, Baileys, Cookies & Cream or even Teh Tarik…. In your popcorn? Bringing a local twist to traditional popcorn this Chinese New Year with The Kettle Gourmet.
Head down to The Atrium of Plaza Singapura from 5th to 14th February to get your hands on it.
Images courtesy of Fullerton Hotels, Goodwood Park Hotel, Godiva, One Farrer & The Kettle Gourmet
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