Hotel Mulia Senayan Jakarta Welcomes The Year of the Wooden Drago


Jakarta, IO – Hotel Mulia Senayan Jakarta proudly announces an enchanting celebration for the upcoming Chinese New Year, embracing the Year of the Dragon with a myriad of festivities, delectable dining experiences, and cultural grandeur. Immerse in luxurious traditions with festive hampers, the sweet Nian Gao, and the prosperous Yee Sang salad. Savor authentic culinary experiences across our award-winning restaurants. Witness the vibrant Barongsai performance, and capture memories with themed photo booth. Revel in a celebration where luxury meets tradition, all in the heart of Jakarta. 

Chinese New Year marks the first day of the lunar calendar, symbolized by a distinct sign and coincides with the spring festival. It is celebrated with unique traditions as the expressions of gratitude, as well as hopes for prosperity and happiness. This year is marked by the year of Wooden Dragon which believed to be a symbol of a good luck, strength and health. 

Hotel Mulia Senayan joins the celebration with extended Lunar New Year blessings with Mulia’s festive hampers or indulge in Nian Gao, two favorite dishes that capture the essence of the festive season. Crafted with style and tradition, these collectibles are a delight to gift and receive, representing the best wishes for prosperity and good luck to loved ones. Another cherished tradition is celebrating the new year with Yee Sang, a healthy salad that has become a festive staple at Chinese New Year, believed to bring good luck. Nian Gao, known as a rice cake dessert, adds sweetness to the celebrations and is believed to carry wishes and prayers for the New Year. 

To enhance the experience, Hotel Mulia Senayan presents a variety of restaurant options and menus. From the award-winning Chinese restaurant, Table8, serving authentic Cantonese and Szechuan dishes, to The Café (International restaurant) and Edogin (Japanese restaurant), each venue providing an ideal setting for family and friends to celebrate. Reservations are highly recommended. 

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Chinese New Year traditions come alive with the Barongsai performance, where guests can meet and give lucky red packet to the Lions as a symbol of new hope, courage, and strength. Barongsai shows are scheduled on 9 February (starting at 6 pm, local Jakarta time) and 10 February 2024 (during lunch and dinner time) at the Lobby of Hotel Mulia Senayan, Jakarta, followed by visits to Table8, Cascade Lounge, The Café, and the Chocolate Boutique and Cake Shop. 

Capture the essence of family togetherness at the specially-decorated Chinese New Year-themed photo booth at the Ground Floor. (des/ast)