Restaurants for Tossing Yu Sheng & Lo Hei 2020

“Lo Hei”, Cantonese for “tossing up good fortune”, is a Chinese New Year (CNY) ritual adopted in Singapore with relish. The tossing of yu sheng with saying of auspicious phrases has become very much a part of the family CNY dinner and office lunar new year celebrations. Many restaurants in Singapore create special yu sheng presentations with influences from various cuisines. Here are some ideas and interesting suggestions for CNY lo hei 2020 – restaurants where lo hei can be memorable.

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Lim Chee Guan Bak Kwa for Chinese New Year 2020

You may not realise it, but Chinese New Year is less than a month away. The lunar new year decorations in Chinatown are up and Lim Chee Guan bak kwa outlets are doing roaring business once again. Lim Chee Guan has stopped doing delivery and you should soon see the familiar long lines of people waiting patiently to buy the prized bak kwa. The Signature Sliced Pork Bak Kwa was $58.00 per kg as at 29 December 2019 ($66 as at 14 Janaury 2020); and the price may increase further as CNY gets closer.

Lim Chee Guan Bak Kwa
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New Chinese Restaurants for Reunion Dinner 2020

The lunar year of the rat will begin on Saturday 25 January 2020. The family reunion dinner is one of the most cherished traditions of Chinese new year celebrations. Observing an old tradition need not mean going to the same old venues for dinner. You can toss yu sheng and enjoy all the delicacies associated with Chinese new year eve (chuxi) reunion dinner in exciting new restaurants opened not too long ago. However, do hurry with the reservations or be prepared to have the reunion dinner on a day other than lunar new year’s eve. Here is our list of new Chinese restaurants for Reunion Dinner 2020 to try.

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Restaurants to Celebrate Chinese New Year 2020 in Singapore

Chinese New Year will fall on Saturday 25 January 2020 and Monday 27 January will also be a public holiday. It should again be a period of feasting – of tossing yusheng, digging into pen cai and savouring traditional delicacies as well as exciting lunar new year specialties. Here is a list of restaurants to Celebrate Chinese New Year 2020 in Singapore.

Chinese New Year 2020
Chinatown, Chinese New Year 2020
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New Year’s Eve 2020 Celebrations in Singapore – Parties, Restaurants & Fireworks

The proper Singaporean way to celebrate 2019 and welcome 2020 is to have an entertaining party with good food and suss out the vantage points for views of the fireworks display. Many hotels and restaurants in Singapore have planned exciting and extravagant New Year’s Eve dinner celebrations and countdown parties. A number of the venues will allow you to get a view of the New Year’s Eve (NYE) fireworks which will be part of the Marina Bay Singapore Countdown 2020. Here are a few great places to wine and dine in Singapore on the last night of 2019.

New Year’s Eve 2020 Celebrations in Singapore 
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