Welcoming the Lunar New Year

Welcoming the Lunar New Year

Enter the Year Of The Wood Dragon with these feasts

Welcoming the Lunar New Year

The Year Of The Wood Dragon brings with it a hope of calmness, loyalty and reliability, akin to the personality of the spirit animal. Get into the spirit of the season with sumptuous festivities.



The H&M Chinese New Year 2024 collection features stylish designs in bright colours. The distinctive colour palette blends the auspicious red with cutesy pastel pink, all sleekly complemented by eye-catching patterns, with dragon motifs. Highlights include playful puff-sleeve mini-dresses, cropped tops adorned with floral embellishments and dragon-printed cropped tops. For men, the collection offers cool and stylish looks, featuring standout pieces like dashing dragon-patterned shirts and colour-blocked shirts, perfectly paired with fashionable shorts. In the children's collection, discover vibrant colours and playful patterns, including charming collared jackets and short skirts that exude cheerfulness. Available in stores and online.

Bottega Veneta 

The Lunar New Year campaign stars actress Shu Qi and shows different characters welcoming the dawn in a variety of panoramic settings. Bottega Veneta Chinese New Year capsule collection is themed around The Year Of The Dragon, with highlights including Andiamo, Sardine, Orbit sneakers and a bespoke Jodie with dragon-tail handle. Available in stores and online.


Swarovski launches new collections with colourful glittering crystals. The Dragon & Phoenix Collection is inspired by important symbols in traditional Chinese culture and consists of necklaces, bracelets and earrings, in which the elements of the dragon's claws and the phoenix's tail are crafted using the Pointiage and Dancing Stone techniques with clear crystals and Swarovski zirconia. The designs vary from lucky coins, half red fabric/cord chain, and a unique blend of pearls. The Zodiac Dragon collection includes necklaces, earrings and bracelets. The lucky coin and white crystal pearls symbolise long-lasting luck and fulfilment, while asymmetrical earrings reflect delight in the spirit of the season. The gold-tone plating, and colorful crystal is designed to make the dragon look alive. The Iconic Swan Collection presents a distinctive and inspired reinterpretation of the Swarovski swan, combining the all-over pave of red crystals of the swan with pearls, in a variety of necklaces, bracelets and stud earrings. The Crystal Rock Oval watch features a special design with a brilliant red colour palette, signifying well-being and good fortune, while the Home Collection includes a dragon figurine and ornament, and the Pixiu. The limited-edition Dragon Myriad took 354 hours to create and is adorned with some 36,800 crystals. The Dragon & Phoenix Myriad is brought to life with approximately 30,500 crystals, taking 308 hours to create. Available in selected Swarovski stores and online.

Central Department Store

Central Department Store, under Central Retail, and Central Shopping Centers, under Central Pattana, with Central The 1 Credit Card unite to celebrate Chinese New Year. "The Great Chinese New Year 2024" campaign is a collaboration with French artist Jeanne Detallante, combined with reginal art of Thailand, transforming Central all branches into “Dragon Kingdoms”, and the remarkable "Grand Dragon Head" CentralWorld. The celebration includes a ceremony to pay homage to Cai Shen, god of fortune, led by Chang-Tossaporn Sritula on Feb 9 at CentralWorld. Find offerings, products and auspicious foods alongside dragon and cultural performances from the Ministry of Culture at Chinese Market at all branches. Enjoy a special Chinese New Year collection and promotions, including easy e-receipt benefits, at Central shopping malls and department stores nationwide until Feb 20.  



To celebrate the dragon, Penfolds is expanding beyond Bin 389 Limited Edition packaging. The LNY Magnum is complimented by Penfolds Grange, Bin 707 & Bin 798 RWT. This is only fitting, as the first vintage of Grange was also the Year Of The Dragon. The limited-edition packs are inspired by the strength and power of the dragon. Penfolds has launched the Grange 2019 Lunar New Year Gift Box, the Bin 707 Cabernet Sauvignon Lunar New Year Gift Box, the flagship cabernet which celebrates 60 years this year, the Bin 389 Cabernet Shiraz 2021 Lunar New Year Gift Box Magnum 1.5L. and the RWT Bin 798 Barossa Valley Shiraz 2019 Lunar New Year Gift Box. The limited-edition Grange, Bin 389 Cabernet Shiraz Magnum 1.5L, RWT Bin 798 Barossa Valley Shiraz and Bin 707 Cabernet Sauvignon will be retailing nationwide in Thailand.


The Fössta collection blends traditional and contemporary Chinese design, and is inspired by  Tang dynasty art. The  collection boasts distinctive brush patterns and ceramic materials that were popular during that time. Highlighted products in this year’s collection include acushion in a dragon design, a door mat in a red dragon design, a duvet cover and two pillowcases in green and a cushion cover in pink with an embroidery design. Until Feb 10, Ikea Thailand is serving a variety of food and drink. Delicacies like Chashu pork, Mini hongtae, Bamboo soup, Betong noodles and Honey plum soda. Spend B5,000 on home furniture and decorations to receive a B500 ang pao cash coupon on Feb 3-4. The deal is for the first 250 customers per day at Ikea Bangna, 75 customers per day at Ikea Bang Yai and Ikea Sukhumvit, and 25 customers per day at Ikea Phuket. Show an Ikea receipt to draw a fortune stick and stand a chance of winning a special prize from Feb 10-11. Visit the website.


Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai

During February, the resort is offering “The Extended Stay package”,  tailored for those seeking a prolonged retreat amid the serene beauty of Chiang Mai, offering special savings for stays of four nights or more. This package offers couples or solo travellers stays in the Pool Villa, designed for intimacy and relaxation, offering secluded luxury amid lush landscapes. Families exploring northern Thailand can avail of the "Private Retreats package”, which offers stays in the Residence Villa. A key highlight is family get-togethers and dining experiences with live music, with the lion dance taking centrestage. Succulent Peking roast duck or the Beef yakiniku at Khao are just two of the many specials on offer. There is also the afternoon tea featuring farm-fresh strawberries. Wara Cheewa Spa offers the “Lunar Radiance Spa Ritual”, an immersive 90-minute ritual, pairing the 111Skin Signature Harley Street Facial with a soothing leg and foot massage. Manifesting the calmness of the Yang Wood Dragon with the “New Moon Manifestation Sound Bath”, a meditative journey set to the celestial tones of crystal singing bowls and Tibetan healing bowls. There will also be a lunar new year parade, a treasure hunt, Chinese blossom art class, Chinese dragon mask making, dragon puppet-making, new year Chinese drum, panda doll-making, fan painting and more. Visit the resort’s website.


JW Marriott Bangkok

Celebrate at Man Ho Chinese Restaurant with a Chinese New Year set menu and premium Dim Sum buffet. Executive Chinese chef Leslie Du blends culinary finesse with auspicious symbolism in dishes like Wok-fried Boston lobster with shallots, Suckling pig, Steamed spotted grouper with dried orange peel and Iberico ham, Honey-glazed premium BBQ pork rib with cantaloupe melon, Man Ho-style Peking duck and Bean curd soup with spinach and crab meat fish maw. Conclude the feast with the iconic Salmon yu sheng and Chinese dessert, Nian gao. Available for lunch and dinner from Feb 8-12. Until March 31, savour Hangzhou cuisine with with dishes such as Xi hu song sao fish maw soup with crabmeat, Iberico ham and ginger, Chrysanthemum fish with sweet and sour sauce and pine nuts, Braised pork ribs with preserved mustard vegetable, Pickled streak pork with fresh bamboo shoot in golden broth soup and Osmanthus-fermented glutinous rice with Thai glutinous rice balls.

Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queens Park Hotel

The hotel rings in the car with a lion and dragon dance and surprise gifts. From Feb 10-15, Pagoda Chinese Restaurant will serve a special à la carte menu with Cantonese delicacies, including Baked sugar buns with BBQ pork, Steamed pork dumplings with shrimp, shiitake and mushroom, and Wok-fried wagyu beef with asparagus in XO sauce, presented in a noodle nest. The Lunar New Year tradition of yu sheng includes salmon and abalone. For the ultimate Spring Festival feast, a set menu for a minimum of eight people will also be on offer. The menu includes Salmon and vegetable yu sheng, Golden roasted Peking duck, Double-boiled fish maw soup with morel mushrooms, Baked Boston lobster in superior stock, Wok-fried Wagyu beef with asparagus in XO sauce in a noodle nest, Hong Kong-style steamed soon kock, wok-fried baby cabbage, mushroom, conpoy and seaweed in oyster sauce, and E-fu noodles with crab meat, followed by deep-fried Nian gao, the traditional Lunar New Year cake. A Special Gift Hamper filled with Oolong tea in a red box, Yuan bao, Nian gao, a Chinese dessert, Sweet pork, Red shaoxing jiu, and a Candle is also available. Gift boxes also include a choice of Nian gao rice cakes or Yuan bao cakes, available from Feb 1-15.

Conrad Bangkok

Welcome the year at Liu restaurant, where the iconic Chinese New Year dessert Nian gao is the star of the show. Available for pre-order until Feb 4, the dessert is a cherished token of well-wishes. Pick up is from Feb 5-10. Liu’s Homemade Cookies comes in cashew nut; sesame with coffee; and caramel walnut flavours. The all-you-can-eat dim sum lunch at Liu offers Tiger prawn and abalone in mustard mayo, Double-boiled black garlic soup with pork spareribs, Peking duck roll and Crispy pork belly. Also on offer is the Essential Set Menu Experience featuring  the Prosperity salmon toss, Braised fish maw and Conpoy in sweet corn soup. There is also a Family Set Menu. Visit the hotel’s website.

Crowne Plaza Bangkok Lumpini Park

Embrace prosperity while savouring Cantonese cuisine at Xin Tian Di. From Feb 9-11, a Chinese New Year Special Set Menu for 10 Persons will be served in three menus: Prosperity Feast Set, Wealth And Fortune Delights Set and Hade Emperor's Feast Set. There will also be the traditional lion dance to usher in good luck and happiness, a fortune teller and a magic show, tableside. Visit the hotel’s website.

Asiatique Ancient Tea House

The new Chinese-inspired teahouse and stylish cocktail lounge overlooking Bangkok’s Chao Phraya River, has revealed details of its first Lunar New Year menu. Available from Feb 10-12, the menu showcases a selection of auspicious dishes like Double-boiled fish maw, Braised abalone with vegetables and Golden fish nian gao. There will also be a Chinese calligrapher creating auspicious words. Visit the website.

Shangri-La Bangkok 

Shang Palace Chinese Restaurant is offering an array of delectable auspicious Cantonese set menu for lunch and dinner From Feb 9-11. Indulge in two set menus, a special à la carte menu, and a premium à la carte dim sum lunch, featuring The Fortune Set for a minimum of four guests and The Prosperity Set, also for a minimum of four guests. The Premium À La Carte Dim Sum menu features the traditional “Lo Hei” available from Feb 5-18. The dining experience will be enhanced by live guzheng performances. A traditional lion dance, featuring Chinese drumming and cymbal clashes, will take place at the Shangri-La Wing entrance on Feb 10 at 10.15am. The “Poon Choi” one-pot wonder is filled with premium ingredients like braised abalone, fish maw, sea cucumber, dried oyster and roasted duck. Until Feb 29, the dish can be order in two portion sizes. Visit the hotel’s website.

InterContinental Bangkok 

Unwind with Chinese-inspired cocktails at Balcony Lounge, while Chinese New Year hampers from Summer Palace and Chinese sweet treats from Butter are also on offer. On Feb 10, the hotel lobby comes alive with a captivating Lion Dance at 10am. Experience the timeless artistry of Chinese calligraphy from 11.30am to 2.30pm. From Feb 7-25, indulge in a culinary journey at Summer Palace with a Chinese New Year menu. The Emperor set menu is for four to six persons, and the Fortune and Wealthy set menus are for groups of 10.  The à la carte specialties include Roasted duck lo hei, Steamed fish black grouper with matsutake mushroom and sliced Iberico ham, and Mapo tofu with tiger prawns, available from Feb 1-25. Visit the hotel’s website.

Chatrium Grand Bangkok

On Feb 10, Savio restaurant will host a festive Chinese New Year event with an exquisite lunch buffet, a mesmerising lion dance show, and the opportunity to win fabulous prizes. The highlights include tableside Peking duck with traditional condiments, succulent Hong Kong-style roasted pork, Lobster in xo sauce and an exquisite selection of dim sum, such as Lobster ha gao and black truffle. The menu also features exotic offerings like Steamed abalone with egg tofu, Mapu tofu with Canadian lobster and Sichuan-style scallops. The buffet’s centrepiece, Buddha Jumps Over the Wall Soup, is a must-try delicacy that encapsulates the essence of the cuisine. Each table will receive an angpao for a chance to win in our lucky draw, with one entry per bill per table. Visit the hotel’s website.

The St. Regis Bangkok 

On Feb 10, celebrate with a dragon and lion dance in the lobby. Viu will offer special culinary experiences, as well as a chance to win lucky draw prizes. The Chinese New Year Menu includes Braised e-fu noodles with lobster and Bird’s nest soup. Golden fried rice with brown crab meat sets the tone for a year of growth and success, while Beggar’s chicken with truffles is similarly served as a symbol of luck and prosperity. Continue the tradition of bringing good luck into households with complimentary oranges on the table as a token of fortune and joy. The Exquisite Sunday Brunch will also feature selected Chinese menu highlights and unlimited Canadian lobsters on Feb 11. Visit the hotel’s website.

Holiday Inn Bangkok

Indulge in a sumptuous lunch buffet at Ginger, complemented by delightful Chinese-inspired cocktails at Beer Republic. The excitement crescendos with a mesmerising lion dance in the hotel's lobby on Feb 10 at 10.15am. The buffet's highlights include Chilled jellyfish, Marinated drunken chicken, Succulent BBQ pork and a myriad of other delights. Beer Republic will offer Chinese-inspired drinks from Feb 7-15. Visit the hotel’s website.

Avani Sukhumvit Bangkok

A Chinese New Year Lunch Buffet will be offered at Greenhouse Restaurant on Feb 10. Culinary delights will include Seafood on ice, Dim sum, BBQ (beef striploin, Kurobuta pork, river prawn and rock lobster) and a handpicked selection of classic Chinese dishes. Indulge in Peking duck roll, Fish maw soup with crab meat, Drunken chicken, and more.  Adding a touch of tradition and spectacle, kick off the year in style with a lion dance performance, symbolising good fortune and prosperity. Visit the hotel’s website.

The Peninsula Bangkok

The hotel’s celebrations begin on Feb 10 and kick off with a lion dance in the lobby, which will feature Chinese blossom trees, orange trees and festive lanterns. Chef Grace Choy will takeover the kitchen at Mei Jiang from Feb 9-18. Chef Choy, whose Tokyo restaurant ChoyChoy has won accolades, has curated nine-course Cantonese Mei Jiang Exclusive dinner or à la carte choices. Highlights include Spicy tiger prawn and vermicelli, Traditional steamed grouper, Double-boiled chicken soup with fish maw and mushroom, and Cchicken with numb and spicy sauce. Mei Jiang also offers dim sum for lunch, available from Feb 10-18. Visit the hotel’s website.

Anantara Riverside Bangkok Resort

Spice & Barley is offering special Chinese delicacies from Feb 10-12. After tossing to prosperity with a complimentary Yee Sang salad,  enjoy unlimited trips to live cooking stations where chefs will be plating up steaming plates of Hainanese chicken rice, Wok-tossed Shanghai seafood, Cantonese goose feet claypot, Fish maw and abalone soup, and other festive favourites. Meanwhile, the Chinese BBQ station will keep everyone happy with generous servings of Roasted honey pork ribs, Peking duck and Crispy chashu pork, plus a selection of Spice & Barley’s signature sweets for dessert lovers. The “Non-Stop Dim Sum, Chinese New Year Edition”. Visit the hotel’s website.

The Westin Siray Bay Resort & Spa, Phuket

Kick start the year with a buffet dinner that captures China’s rich culinary traditions. This fantastic family feast includes an array of authentic dishes such as Chinese noodles, Peking roasted duck, Steamed red snapper and a variety of dim sum. The evening will be further enlivened with a vibrant lion dance performance in the lobby, adding a burst of colour and culture to the occasion. Visit the hotel’s website.

Kimpton Maa-Lai Bangkok

From 5-6pm on Feb 10, Kungpak Thailand, an award-winning Dragon Dance troupe, will stage a show at Urban Oasis to welcome good fortune. From Feb 1-11, Craft will serve  a dim sum menu in partnership with Kowloon Diner.  Stock.Room brings rows of hawkers, the quintessential street food experience, to this expansive grocerant. The Sea Bar x Hawker feast is available from Feb 9-11. Maa-Lai Library will offer a Chinese-themed afternoon tea set that merge yum cha and afternoon tea traditions. The Dragon Delight afternoon tea is offered in a choice of two sets. The “Premium Edition” features highlights such as Prawn toasts, Peking duck pancakes, Langoustine wonton soup and Spicy Szechuan crab spring rolls. The “Vegetarian Edition” includes delicacies like Chinese salsa on rice crisp, Taro cake with sweetened ginkgo nut, Persimmon mousse and white chocolate, and Chestnut egg tart. Both sets are served with Sichuan peppercorn scones and superfood Goji berry-vanilla scones. The  tea is available from Feb 1-29. Bar.Yard will offer a special cocktail menu throughout February, featuring tipples concocted with Peddlers’ Gin, Shanghai’s first home-grown gin, including Spicy Fortune and the Zest Tea Sour. On Feb 5, Mario la Pietra of Singapore’s popular Neon Pigeon, will take up positions behind the bar to demonstrate his mixology and shaking prowess while serving up their distinctive concoctions in this neon-lit playground. Visit the hotel’s website.

Courtyard By Marriott Phuket Town

The hotel will mark the start of the “Year Of The Dragon” with a choice of vibrant dining experiences. At Krua Talad Yai, savour the “The Auspicious Feast” on Feb 10. At Yue Restaurant & Bar, the “Feast Of The Dragon” will be served from Feb 8-13. The set menu includes Fortune salmon and seaweed yee sangm and Yue original Peking duck. Every diner will also be treated to Nnian gao, the fish-shaped Chinese New Year cake, and a live lion dance performance will be staged at 11.11am and 6.30pm on Feb 10. Book before Feb 5 for early bird prices. Visit the hotel’s website.

Bangkok Marriott Hotel Sukhumvit

Embrace the festive spirit with the Chinese New Year Brunch at 57th Street, Bangkok Marriott Hotel Sukhumvit. On Feb 10, indulge in an exquisite buffet featuring a wide array of Chinese delicacies like BBQ suckling pork, Peking Duck and Crispy pork, Hokkien noodles, Chinese seafood soup and XO fried rice. Highlights of the brunch include a dim sum station, seafood on ice, oyster bar, sushi and sashimi station, and a delectable array of Chinese desserts to sweeten the celebration. There will also be lion dance performances. Visit the hotel’s website.

Sindhorn Midtown Hotel Bangkok

Celebrate the Lunar New Year and bring happiness, wealth and prosperity to your friends and loved ones with the hotel's exclusive set of eight lucky orange cakes, regarded as the lucky number eight in Chinese culture. A three-day pre-order is required at Sip & Co. Available until Feb 15. 

Above Eleven

The rooftop destination on Sukhumvit 11 is celebrating the Lunar New Year from Feb 9-11 with a Chifa-inspired feast. Blending Cantonese and Peruvian flavours, the menu features chef Omar Frank Maruy's diverse and delectable creations like Cebiche chifero or sea bass marinated in sesame oil leche de tigre, peanuts, pickled vegetables, and crispy wonton; Lomo saltado spring rolls or beef tenderloin sautéed in soya sauce with red onions, tomato, potato, cilantro, and spring onions. served with red huancaina sauce; Tiger shrimp chifa tacos or crispy shrimp in Sriracha spicy mayo with white cabbage and sesame seeds; Aarroz chaufa duck or duck leg confit with wok-sautéed jasmine rice, eggs, spring onions and red peppers; and Whole fish chifero or crispy whole sea bass (600g) covered in sweet and sour red chili sauce. Visit the restaurant's website.  

Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok

Executive pastry chef Franck Istel has created Gugelhupf flavours to celebrate the Year Of The Dragon, on offer until Feb 18. The "Gugelhupf — Lunar New Year Limited Edition" features flavours of Mandarin orange and pomegranate, in a four-piece pink discovery set box. The bos comes with two pieces and is available for takeaway or dine-in. Visit the hotel's website.

Capella Bangkok

Usher in the Lunar New Year with Chinese and Thai delicacies at Phra Nakhon restaurant. Highlights include the Pad mee sua talay or wok-fried with yellow noodle and sprinkled with mushrooms and local vegetables and Pu ob woonsen, in which baked glass noodles with crab meat from a fishing village in Ranong come served with ginger, bacon, celery and oyster sauce. The Cantonese celebratory specialty Lo hei, a salmon salad with a variety of ocal vegetables and citrus is also on the menu. Phra Nakhon is also serving a hot pot experience in a special tom yum broth. Finish the feast with Chinese-inspired desserts, including Black sesame dumplings in ginger soup and assorted traditional Chinese treats. Being served from Feb 8-11. Visit the hotel's website. 

Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok

The China House will be open for lunch and dinner from Feb 9-11 and will offer Chinese New Year set menus, which are eight courses. Executive Chinese chef Andy Leung has crafted two  set menus: The Prosperity set menu features eight dishes and highlights include Lo Hei with prawn and jellyfish; and The Dragon set menu includes eight auspicious dishes, such as Steamed fillet of codfish and Golden roasted duck with rice. The hotel is also offering, for a limited time, a Lunar New Year hamper set, with eight auspicious pieces of nian gao rice cakes. The set comes with a tin of TWG tea and a Bluetooth speaker. The Lunar New Year collection of pastries, chocolates and hampers are available for  at The Mandarin Oriental Shops at Siam Paragon, Gaysorn Village and The Emporium.

Phuket Marriott Resort and Spa, Nai Yang Beach

A buffet dinner at  Andaman Kitchen will kick off the Lunar New Year, along wth a lion dance performance. The “Thai Street Food Buffet” offers Thai cuisine on Mondays, while on Wednesdays, the “International Buffet Dinner” is offered. A “Beach BBQ Buffet” is offered on Fridays offering fresh seafood and prime imported meats with salads, side dishes and desserts. Visit the hotel's website.

Centara Reserve Samui

Salt Society Beach Bar & Kitchen is offering “A Lunar New Year Spectacle By The Sea!” on Feb 11 during the day. The feast showcases traditional Lunar New Year flavours with contemporary culinary innovation. Highlights include the rich succulence of Whole suckling pig, the spicy zest of Szechuan beef noodles and the fresh, oceanic tastes of Seafood chow mein. These traditional dishes are complemented by a selection of fine wines and artisanal cocktails, adding a modern twist to the culinary experience. There will also be live music and DJ sets and a traditional lion dance. Special rates for children. Visit the hotel's website. 

Hua Hin Marriott Resort & Spa

To ring in the “Year Of The Dragon”, the resort presents a series of enticing “Chinese New Year Specials” at Big Fish & Bar. Couples, families and friends can come together and elevate their evening with Chinese premium delicacies being served until Feb 19. On Lunar New Year’s day, the “Chinese New Year Dinner Buffet” at Amber Kitchen will offer Chinese delights, such as Roasted Peking duck, Suckling pig and Szechuan chili beef, along with sSeafood on ice, a live BBQ and more. Prepare to be dazzled by majestic dragon and lion dance performances. Visit the hotel's website.

Visama Mae Chan, Chiang Rai

Reu Doo Gaan restaurant at luxury Visama Mae Chan tented camp in Chiang Rai will celebrate Chinese New Year with a special "Fire Dragon Delight Dinner" from Feb 8-10, including a dance show on Feb 9. Visama Mae Chan executive chef, Suphanat "Miu" Amnuayrit invites guests to indulge in a symphony of flavours that symbolise prosperity, luck and abundance in four courses. Visit the website.

Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit Bangkok

The hotel will host a series of  cultural and culinary experiences that capture the essence of the Year Of The Dragon. On Feb 10-11, there will be a Chinese calligraphy class for all ages, followed by buffet lunch at Orchid Café. The Lunar New Year Lunch will showcase Seafood on ice (French & Irish oysters, New Zealand mussels, rock lobster, white shrimp and more), Handcrafted sushi and sashimi, Australian prime rib of beef, grilled meats, Indian flavours, Thai favourites and desserts. There will be Crystal prawn salad, Chinese drunken chicken, BBQ duck, Steamed sea bass in soy sauce and Stir-fried egg noodles with shrimp. To add an extra spark of Chinese theatre and drama, red and yellow lion dances will weave through the hotel. In the evening, Orchid Café will stage another edition international buffet. On Feb 11, the Lunar New Year Sunday Jazzy Brunch will be on offer and Rossini’s and The Living Room will open up to create a vibrant Spring Festival celebration. Visit the hotel's website. 

Avani Pattaya Resort

Kick start a Lunar New Year with tasty treats from the east. At Garden Cafe, the buffet spread includes BBQ seafood, Chinese classics and much more. Delve into the most popular oriental dishes that our chef has created to perfection. Available on Feb 9-10. Visit the hotel's website.

Four Points By Sheraton Phuket Patong Beach Resort

This magical month of festivities starts on Feb 10 at Chao Leh Kitchen which is offering a “Chinese New Year Buffet Dinner” showcasing traditional dishes, such as Rasted duck, Crispy pork belly and Fish maw soup with crab meat, plus a dedicated dim sum station, succulent seafood on ice, carved premium meats and delectable desserts. There will be live music, a classical Chinese fan dance and a dynamic dragon dance. Visit the hotel's website.

Centara Grand at CentralWorld

Celebrate the Year Of The Dragon with a box of “Lucky Orange” cakes at Tea & Tipple. The traditional Chinese New Year cakes, known as nian gao, symbolise good fortune, strength, and success. Each  box includes two sumptuous “Lucky Orange” cakes and can be picked up from Tea & Tipple until Feb 10.

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