To embrace the upcoming Chinese Lunar New Year, The Mulia, Mulia Resort & Villas – Nusa Dua Bali presents an array of enticing programs to showcase the traditions behind the extravagant oriental celebration.
The Mulia’s signature Chinese restaurant, Table8, obviously will take the center stage of this year’s CNY; with authentic Cantonese-style cooking that will represent two essential heritages; Nian Gao and Yee Sang.
Made of glutinous rice, Nian Gao is traditionally consumed during the new year as it is believed to bring good fortune and it is a symbolism of self-improvement. Packaged in Mulia signature decorative boxes, the Nian Gao is perfect as an exclusive gift for your family or colleagues.
Yee Sang at Table8 is the contemporary version of Yee Sang service is presented in Chinese New Year celebrations held in Indonesia, Malaysia, and Singapore. It usually consists of strips of raw fish, mixed with shredded vegetables and a variety of sauces and condiments, among other ingredients. It is considered as a symbol of abundance, prosperity and vigour. Every ingredients used on Yee Sang symbolize certain meaning and prayers in specific ways; raw fish means abundance throughout the year, pepper attract wealth and treasure, sesame seeds means prosperity for the business, and so on, and so on.
Both of these unique dishes will be available at Table8 from 13 January to 8 February 2020. Meanwhile, for those wanting to add something special for the celebration, Mulia Deli is offering an exclusive selection of hampers for guests to choose from. Find out more about this merry events and special deals on www.themulia.com or call +62 361 301 7777.