Bring the celebrations home with online markets, takeaway banquets, shopping deals and more…
The long weekend may be over, but Chinese New Year is still in full swing (until the Lantern Festival on Friday, 26 February!), and Fortunes at Home is here to help you make the most of the festivities with online markets, takeaway banquets, virtual blessings and spectacular shopping and dining deals. Think of this as a socially-distanced twist on tradition.
Shop your heart out at the dedicated Online CNY Mart by FEED, where you can pick up a selection of CNY goodies. Keep an eye out for exclusive collaborations between classic local brands and newer emerging names, highlights of which include Handmade Herbal Tea Candies by Kung Lee Herbal Tea and Papabubble, Tea Cookies by Ying Kee Tea House and Sassy fave, Cookieism, and the Chinese Preserved Sausage Croissant DIY Set by classic Cantonese restaurant Ser Wong Fun and Swiss chef Jacques Kagi.
In the mood to eat? You’re in luck – over 20 hotels and restaurants have created special themed menus and desserts for your feasting pleasure, all of which are available for takeaway. We’ll be diving into Pun Choi from Mott 32, CNY Afternoon Tea from Four Seasons and Fu Gui Chicken from Rosewood’s The Legacy House, to name but a few.
Looking to score a bargain? Don’t forget to check out the abundance of discounts from dining and retail merchants like Fortress, City Chain, Victoria Harbour Restaurant and even The Peak.
Last but not least, continue to share virtual blessings with your loved ones near and far thanks to these exclusive e-cards and special AR filters (available on Instagram and Facebook). With a range of festive designs featuring an adorable ox mascot, you’ll be full of holiday cheer in no time!
Sure, Chinese New Year is looking a little different for all of us this year, but that doesn’t mean we can’t celebrate in other ways. Head over to the Fortunes at Home hub from now until Friday, 26 February to join in the fun!
Brought to you in partnership with Hong Kong Tourism Board.
All images courtesy of Hong Kong Tourism Board.