The Lunar New Year is a time to catch up with family and friends.
After making your rounds and feasting on yummy goodies, what else is there to do?
We are glad you asked.
This year, we have prepared a bumper guide on the Lunar New Year for you. We provide an overview of the various activities and events that are taking place especially during the Lunar New Year period.
The Lunar New Year is also not complete unless you have had a chance to experience lion and dragon dance performances – so this year, we have included a roundup of where you can catch these exhilarating performers in action.
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Finally, there have been plenty of new places that have opened in recent months. If you have not already visited them, the Lunar New Year long weekend is a great time to head out to explore a new place together as a family. We bring you some suggestions of places you can visit (in other words, they are open) over the long weekend.
Download your Little Day Out Guide to the Lunar New Year below.