Sunday, December 22, 2013

Chinese New Year 2014 at Marina Bay Sands

Marina Bay Sands presents a string of shopping, dining and entertainment specials for Chinese New Year of Horse in 2014 from blockbuster museum exhibition Dinosaurs: Dawn to Extinction to well-loved Broadway
musical My Fair Lady, gourmet feasts and attractive gifts with purchase, visitors are in for a celebratory reunion.

“Fortune Swipe and Win” with a total of $150,000 worth in prizes 
From 30 January to 9 February 2014, all visitors at Marina Bay Sands stand a chance to win a total of $150,000 worth in prizes1 when they sign up for a free membership Sands Rewards LifeStyle. A total of 188 winners will be announced daily. 

As members of Sands Rewards LifeStyle, guests enjoy discounts, parking privileges, as well as instant rewards of three per cent in destination dollars on all nett purchases, which can be redeemed at over 175 at Sands Rewards LifeStyle programme outlets, including luxury boutiques, celebrity chef restaurants, hotel stays and entertainment.
Shop and win limited edition gifts at The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands 
In celebration of the spring festival, The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands presents ‘Blossoms of Bliss’ from 16 January to 16 February. Shoppers who spend a minimum of S$188 can redeem an exclusive Mandarin Blossoms scent reed diffuser specially created for The Shoppes by Mt. Sapola, as well as Marina Bay Sands red packets. In addition, shoppers stand a chance to win eight limited edition LIULI crystal horse sculptures (worth S$2,600 each) on the first two days of Chinese New Year (31 January and 1 February). 

From 10 January to 16 February, The Shoppes presents a special exhibition of LIULI crystal Horses and Flowers of Spring at the Grand Colonnade South, Bay Level (L1) amidst melodic Chinese orchestra performances starting 24 January to 16 February, from 7pm to 9pm on Fridays, and 12.30pm-2.30pm and 5pm-7pm on Saturdays and Sundays. 
All boutiques and restaurants at The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands will be operating as usual throughout Chinese New Year from 10am to 11pm on Sundays to Thursdays and until midnight on Fridays and Saturdays. 

Chinese New Year 2014 at Marina Bay Sands
Chinese New Year 2014 at Marina Bay Sands

Feast with an Oriental flair 
Celebrity chef restaurant db Bistro Moderne is also joining in the Chinese New Year celebrations with a special family-styled dinner menu crafted by Executive Chef Jonathan Kinsella. The menu features the popular Seafood Platter (oysters, lobster, shrimp and razor clams), Boston Lobster & Black Pepper Mee as well as the succulent Roast Stuffed Suckling Pig with gratin dauphinois, wild mushrooms, garlic baby kalian and butternut squash. Diners can also round up the meal with the Baked Alaska, a sweetly satisfying desert with almond biscuit, caramelised white chocolate and mandarin sorbet. The Chinese New Year menu is 
available from 30 January to 2 February.

This Chinese New Year, SweetSpot will also present festive treats created by Executive Pastry Chef Ryan Witcher. For a deliciously refreshing and creamy treat, guests can indulge in the Cheesecake (S$9) with mango, lime breton and fresh pomelo, or the Mandarin (S$2.70), an almond macaron filled with candied mandarin ganache. 
The traditional Chinese New Year favourites at SweetSpot - the Cookie Trio (S$15) featuring dried prawn rolls, green pea cookies and Kueh Bangkit cookies - also make perfect gifts to take home this Chinese New Year. 
Guests can purchase these items from SweetSpot at Hotel Tower 3 Lobby from 23 January to 14 February.
Restaurants at The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands will also be serving up exclusive Chinese New Year set menus. From 16 January to 16 February, the all-time favourite Au Chocolat will be presenting a set menu starting from S$38++ per pax, while Chinese restaurant Jin Shan  will also be dishing out an exclusive Lunar New Year set menu perfect for families over the same period from S$188++ per pax.

Enjoy a cultural respite at the museum and theatres 
Come 25 January, Dinosaurs: Dawn to Extinction will open at ArtScience Museum to visitors from all over the world for the first time in Southeast Asia. Occupying over 3,700 square metres of floor space, the exhibition will feature more than 400 fossils, over 50 original artworks and more than 490 models. 

Through a timeline thread, visitors will be transported more than 600 million years back in time to learn the unique story of what came before and after the dinosaurs, and gain a deeper understanding on how these species evolved and adapted to changing environmental conditions. 
Over at the MasterCard Theatres, award-winning Broadway musical My Fair Lady opens February to the delight of all musical lovers. Based on George Bernard Shaw’s 1912 play Pygmalion, My Fair Lady will transport audiences to Edwardian London to witness one of the most beautiful stories ever told about language and clash of cultures. The musical runs until 23 February. 
Witness splendid fireworks display around Marina Bay 
Visitors are in for a visual treat this Chinese New Year all around Marina Bay, with the Sands SkyPark and Event Plaza being two of the many vantage points to witness the splendid fireworks display by the River Hong Bao 2014. The annual festive celebration located on The Float@Marina Bay will be launching spectacular fireworks displays on 29 and 30 January. 

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