Whether you’re local or just visiting, love and prosperity abound as you experience Chinese New Year with fresh perspectives at Andaz Singapore. Here’s how to best experience the bustling festivities in our hood! ? 0:18 - Yu Sheng at Auntie’s Wok and Steam This raw fish salad is a Chinese New Year tradition in Singapore called ?lo hei?, which means ?tossing up good fortune?. It is believed that the higher you toss, the more luck it brings. ? 0:22 - Reunion Dinner at Auntie’s Wok and Steam ??? (tuán yuan fàn) is usually held on the eve of Chinese New Year and is the most important meal for Chinese families as every member gathers at home to celebrate. ? 0:26 - Palm Reading at Waterloo Street Just a 5-min walk from Andaz Singapore, try some Chinese palm reading where you can check on your fortune and future. ? 0:33 - Incense Offering at Kwan Im Thong Hood Cho Temple One of the most popular Chinese temples in Singapore and just 5-min from Andaz, this is where devotees gather to offer incense to Kuan Yin, the Goddess of Mercy. It is believed that whoever offers the first incense of the year would get the most blessings. ? 0:40 - Dried Goods at Albert Centre Market Shopping for traditional Chinese dried goods and seafood is vital part of the Chinese New Year preparation for Chinese families. Just round the corner from Andaz, you can explore the scents, sights and sounds of a local dried goods market. ? 0:44 - Chinese New Year Bazaar at Waterloo Street Immerse in the bright-red festivities as locals and tourists alike shop for all things Chinese New Year – from traditional handmade pastries like pineapple tarts and love letters to festive decorations. ? 0:53 – Bar Square at Andaz Singapore Cheers to a new year filled with good fortune and prosperity at Bar Square on level 25 with locally-inspired cocktails!
Experiencing Chinese New Year in Singapore
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