Museum Roundtable Lunar New Year Hongbao Campaign 2024 Returns From 12 Jan To 9 Feb

Museum Roundtable Lunar New Year Hongbao Campaign 2024 Returns From 12 Jan To 9 Feb
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The National Heritage Board’s (NHB) popular Museum Roundtable Lunar New Year Hongbao Campaign is back with limited edition red packet designs for the Year of the Dragon. 

From 12 January to 9 February 2024, visitors will be able to collect a set of unique red packet designs at 43 participating museums, heritage institutions and galleries, while stocks last. This is a great reason to make a stop at one of the museums and heritage institutions part of your plan for things do to for the Chinese New Year

The dragon design hongbaos come in a set that contain eight pieces of red packets.


Museum Roundtable Lunar New Year Hongbao Campaign 2024: Red Packets at the Museums in Singapore

Museum Roundtable Lunar New Year Hongbao Campaign 2024: Red Packets at the Museums in Singapore


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Each of the designs are individually themed to the 43 participating museums. This means there is good reason to a visit to the different museums around Singapore.

One of these museums is the Char Yong (Dabu) Association Heritage Hall, which is participating in the Museum Roundtable Lunar New Year Hongbao Campaign for the first time.

The Char Yong (Dabu) Association, Singapore was founded in 1858 to provide welfare for the Dabu Hakka community and its Heritage Hall showcases the history and heritage of the Dabu Hakka culture

Other museums that you can pay a visit to include the Singapore Navy Museum, Children’s Museum Singapore, Singapore Maritime Gallery and others. 

If you are looking for family-friendly ones to visit, do check out our recommendation of kid-friendly museums in Singapore.

We hear that the Museum Roundtable Lunar New Year Hongbao Campaign is so popular that some of the museums have run out of hongbaos within a couple of days. 

This year, at some of the museums, such as the ArtScience Museum, there are conditions such as a limited number of hongbaos being given away per day. Hopefully, that means that more people will be able to get hold of the coveted red packets. 

This year’s Dragon designs are by Colombian artist Carlos Puentes.


Limited Edition Collector’s Box Set

The limited edition Collector’s Box Sets are making a return!

Each Collector’s Box Set contains two full sets of Museum Roundtable’s Dragon Year red packet designs from all participating 43 Museum Roundtable members as well as a special edition design for the National Heritage Board that is not available anywhere else.

The hongbaos in the Box Sets will have a unique orange background which is different from the red packets that can be collected directly at the participating museums, heritage institutions and galleries.

The Collector’s Box Sets are available in a limited quantity of 450 albums which will be available for purchase only at Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall (12 Tai Gin Road, Singapore 327874) on pre-specified dates in January 2024.

Each Collector’s Box Set will be sold at $108 nett.

Each person is limited to the purchase of only one box set during the sales period. Payment for and collection of the Collector’s Box Sets will be conducted physically, only at Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall.


Giveaways of the Museum Red Packets

If you wish to get hold of the red packets without necessarily visiting all the museums, National Heritage Board will also be organising two online giveaways on the I Love Museums Facebook page.

Giveaway participants will stand a chance to win either a limited edition Collector’s Box Set or a full set of the 2024 Museum Roundtable Lunar New Year red packets. No purchase or payment of any kind is required to participate in the online giveaways.

If this is of interest to you, be sure to like and follow the I Love Museums Facebook page for more updates on the two giveaways.


Collecting the Museum Roundtable Red Packets

Excited yet to start collecting the Museum Roundtable red packets for 2024? 

You can find out more about the Museum Roundtable Lunar New Year Hongbao Campaign 2024 here.

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