NagaWorld marks Chinese New Year with 18 Lions

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Brightly-decorated lions mark NagaWorld’s Chinese New Year celebrations.

NagaWorld sets an exceptional feast of traditions as it ushered in the Year of the Dog through a special high-flying and roaring performance of traditional lion dancing last weekend to symbolise a spectacular start to the integrated resort’s Golden Chinese New Year celebrations. Guests were treated to a lively dance performance of 18 brightly-decorated lions as they performed jaw-dropping feats on top of high rise stilts.

From now until 4 March, NagaWorld is inviting everyone to enjoy a wealth of festive feasts and special promotions, as well as a spectacular entertainment line-up including the daily Chinese New Year Highlight Show from 7 PM at the Lobby Stage and the chance to receive lucky gold packets from the God of Fortune.

Enjoy the longest seafood buffet at 2Pangea.

NagaWorld’s award-winning Chinese restaurants Fortune Palace (Level 1, NagaWorld) and the newly opened Hall of Golden Chimes (Level 5, Naga2) are serving special ‘Prosperity Yee Sang’, a quintessential Chinese New Year delicacy in Southeast Asia featuring 18 auspicious ingredients including your choice of fresh salmon, tuna or clam. Hall of Golden Chimes is also serving traditional Chinese casserole ‘Poon Choi’, packed with premium ingredients such as lobster, abalone, sea cucumber, scallops and black moss.

Savour delectable dishes available at any of NagaWorld’s outlets including the longest seafood buffet at 2Pangea at $33 per person or Food Pavilion starting from $3.

Grab this limited edition NagaWorld Puppy Toy while items last.

Get a free limited edition adorable plush puppy toy, while items last, either upon signing up as new GERC member, Superior room booking at Naga2 via www.nagaworld.com if you check-in between now to 2 March, or by spending a minimum single receipt of $88 at Fortune Palace or Hall of Golden Chimes.

Celebrate with a sumptuous Chinese cuisine at Hall of Golden Chimes and Fortune Palace.

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