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    Have an auspicious reunion at The Emperor with festive authentic Cantonese delights. Available for lunch and dinner, the three Lunar New Year set menus offer highlights like the prosperity yee sang with salmon and mango, wok-fried tiger prawn and braised black mushroom with dried oyster. WHERE Dorsett Grand Subang WHEN…

    With Blessings of Proseprity, Sungei Wang wishes its shoppers a year of goodwill and happiness this Chinese New Year, along with stately festive decorations that adorn the mall.From 5 January to 11 February, the mall’s centre stage is transformed into an ancient Chinese port with a life-size golden sailboat display.“This…

    As one of the most important dates on the lunar calendar, Chinese New Year sees almost all of KL’s shopping malls decked with celebratory decorations to usher in the festival. While you’re filling your bags with the best bargains, take some time to admire the impressive installations at these strongholds…

    Spend Chinese New Year indulging in a five-course set dinner at Bintang Lounge & Restaurant while taking in the city skyline. With a combination of Asian and Western flavours in the dishes, each course will satisfy your appetite with amazing flavours. WHERE The Federal Kuala Lumpur WHEN 5pm-12am (4-6 Feb)…

    Rejoice with family and friends over a delectable yee sang from Hilton Petaling Jaya for a toss of prosperity and abundance. Go for the single salmon sashimi, double deep fried salmon skin with salmon sashimi or salmon sashimi, soft shell crab with top shell abalone combinations. WHERE Hilton Petaling Jaya…

    Staying ahead of Chinese New Year festivities, The Mines celebrates with The Return of Spring, transforming the mall into a mystical Chinese imperial garden that you don’t want to miss. While you’re on your shopping spree, head over to the Centre Court where you’ll find a patio at the imperial…

    8 January 2019: Paying homage to the roots of Chinese clans this Chinese New YearUshering the Year of the Pig, Sunway Malls have joined forces in celebrating Chinese New Year with a unifying Chinese clan heritage theme.Sunway Malls in the Klang Valley, Penang and Johor Bahru are each decked out…

    Catering to both smaller and bigger groups of diners, Shang Palace has come up with two eight-course and three nine-course set menus. Each menu is distinctly different from each other, tickling taste buds with dishes such as poached chicken, steamed soon hock and sweetened ginger soup. WHERE Shangri-La Hotel, Kuala…

    With seven types of yee sang to choose from, you’re bound to find one that suits your preference at Lai Ching Yuen. Options include jelly fish, crispy fish skin, soft shell crab, Norwegian salmon, abalone, char siew and vegetarian, each of which comes with radish, peanuts, crackers and plum sauce.WHERE…

    Available for dine-in or takeaway, Shang Palace’s yee sang is prepared with the freshest and most unique ingredients. The five varieties include Korean snow pear, crispy fish skin and jellyfish, salmon, tempura soft shell crab and shimeji mushroom and the signature sliced abalone with caviar and gold flakes.WHERE Shangri-La Hotel,…