Get ready for Chinese New Year 2021
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Preparing your Chinese New Year from house organisation to gifts purchases
Restaurants available for delivery during CNY 2021
Find our curated selection of eateries open during CNY, you may need to check their opening hours.
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When is Chinese New Year 2021 in Singapore?
Like in most of the Asian countries celebrating, Chinese New Year in Singapore is on Friday 12 February 2021.
How long does Chinese New Year last in Singapore?
Chinese New Year 2021 in Singapore lasts from 2 to 3 days.
Which food to order Chinese New Year in Singapore?
How to prepare for Chinese New Year?
1. First keep calm. Make a plan, think about the ideal celebration context, what needs to be done, which dishes to eat and what to buy.
2. Before the holiday arrive, prepare the house, clean it, tidy up to increase the odds of good fortune in your household with the right materials. Avoid last minute organisation and even more on the day of the lunar year.
3. Once done, add a festive flair with red banners ornements with gold Chinese calligraphy to welcome prosperity in the new year.
4. Anticipate early closures from shops and businesses: buy or order, stockpile your groceries for the festival dinners and regular meals, purchase gifts to exchange with your beloved ones (sweets, teas, small cakes, candles, etc.) and red envelopes if children are attending your event.
5. Time to prepare the meals if you're hosting: you can get inspiration from various restaurants'menus in Singapore and advice from our Magazine.
6. Take some time for yourself, pamper yourself with having hair done, nails cut and dressed up for pictures.
But how to prepare Chinese New Year during this pandemic time?
It's indeed curious to celebrate one of the biggest holiday of the year with limited gatherings, so you may better schedule several reunion dinners with less people or opt for virtual reunion dinner allowing you to host more than 8 people!