Chinese New Year cookies and snacks are an integral part of the lunar new year celebrations. They must be offered to visitors and often given as gifts. Most of all, there are indulgent treats to be enjoyed by all. There may not be the usual CNY fairs this year but there is no lack of options for Chinese New Year cookies and goodies, both online and in traditional brick and mortar stores.
Chinese New Year 2021 will fall on 12 February. With restaurants likely to be still operating with significantly reduced seating capacity and limits on dining party size, it will be prudent to plan early for the lunar new year celebrations. Whether you plan on eating out or having a feast at home to usher in the Year of the Ox, it is not too early to explore the varied celebratory options.
2020 has been a year of unexpected and unprecedented events and experiences. New Year Eve & Year End Celebrations this year may be extra special. The fact that we can still have a good meal and have a new year to look forward to should indeed be more than enough reason to celebrate.
Christmas Log Cake is a sweet part of the festive celebration. Never mind that log cake has little significance in our tropical island, we have a surfeit of choice for Christmas log cake in Singapore. There are timeless classics as well as log cakes in exciting and unconventional flavours and more than a few uniquely Singaporean creations.
The 2020 Munich Oktoberfest cannot take place but we can still celebrate the time-honoured beer festival and fair in Singapore. Many restaurants are making sure that we can feast on sumptuous German fare and toast with good Bavarian beer for Oktoberfest Singapore 2020.
Paulaner Bräuhaus Singapore is a brewery and restaurant that has been at Millenia Walk ever since the mall opened. Oktoberfest is celebrated in Germany in September every year, but the 2020 Munich Oktoberfest has been cancelled because of COVID. In Singapore, the 2020 Paulaner Brauhaus Oktoberfest presses on from 12 Sep to 25 October 2020.