Chinese New Year

February 01, 2018

Chinese New Year

16 February

Just like anywhere else in the world, Chinese New Year is celebrated with great pomp and splendour here in Bali. You’ll see Lion Dances, Dragon Dances and plenty of Red and Gold decorations to match the Lunar New Year spirit. Most hotels, villas and restaurants will offer delicious themed Chinese New Year dinner during this period featuring festive favourites like the Yee Sang, Peking Duck and Mandarin Oranges for luck! You might even receive a lucky Ang Pow packet if you’re in the right place at the right time. To find out more on where you can go to celebrate this festivity in style, do check out our Review pages or visit our website at www.baliplus.com for the latest updates and information.


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