Feast your way through Chinese New Year at NagaWorld

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Toss Yee Sang higher for greater prosperity.

Chinese New Year is synonymous with family get-togethers that mainly revolve around sumptuous dishes, and that is exactly what NagaWorld offers during this auspicious festive season.

Usher in the Year of the Pig with the quintessential Southeast Asian delicacy, Yee Sang, also known as the Prosperity Toss, at two of NagaWorld’s award-winning Chinese restaurants Fortune Palace and Hall of Golden Chimes, from now until February 19. Yee Sang is a tradition believed to bestow abundance and prospering upon its diners throughout the coming year.

Both restaurants offer a wide array of fresh seafood toppings, including Norwegian salmon, deluxe Pacific clams, South African abalone or Australian lobster. The dish is available in either small or large portions, and as dine-in or takeaway meals.

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The highlight of the offer is the ultimate festive-themed feast that incorporates delicious dishes like double-boiled fish maw soup with sea whelks and chicken, braised baby abalone with corn-fed chicken, Fortune Imperial Peking duck, stir-fried prawns with mushrooms, lily bulbs and shrimp paste, and many more.

Especially prepared by executive chefs at both Chinese restaurants, the special Chinese New Year menus range in price from $238 for four persons up to $488 for groups of 10.

Catch a vibrant Lion Dance performance at NagaWorld’s main entrance from 11am on 7 February.

With over 20 food and beverages outlets available, guests are spoiled with mouth-watering choices. Don’t miss out on delicacies such as Poon Choi, a Chinese treasure pot overflowing with superior seafood, meats and vegetables at Hall of Golden Chimes; longevity noodles with shredded chicken at Golden Bowl; braised pork leg with dried oysters at Chopstick; and stir-fried prawns with parmesan cheese at Fortune Palace.

During the festive period the option of an international buffet dinner is still available from 5:30pm daily at the award-winning 2Pangea, with every second dinner only costing $8.

Embrace the spirit of giving by getting your friends and family freshly-baked Chinese New Year goodies such as peanut kapit or coconut cookies from Lobby Lounge or Food Pavilion. The traditional rice cakes in classic flavours like brown sugar, honey, pandan, and white radish are available in an ornate gift box for only $22. Nothing says “greater prosperity” better than this gift.

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Don’ t miss the chance to bring home an adorable Lucky Pig plush toy if you spend $68 or more on a single receipt at any of the NagaWorld restaurants (available only while stocks last). The same offer stands if you book $50 worth of Golden Passage Destinations tours, book a spa package from $98 up, or purchase a Gold or Silver Hotel Top Up Package.

Feel free to take photos with NagaWorld’s dazzling decorations, the bright red lanterns and sculptures of golden pigs. The God of Fortune and lucky mascots are ready to greet you during their complex-circumnavigating parade, which starts at 6pm daily, and don’t miss the free Chinese New Year Highlight Show at NagaWorld Lobby Stage, starting daily at 10pm.

On February 7, join NagaWorld’s welcoming a cornucopia of good fortune and wealth for 2019 and beyond, manifested with a vibrant lion dance performance at 11am in front of NagaWorld’s main entrance.

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