Welcoming the Year of the Tiger, restaurants and resorts across the island are getting their Lunar New Year feasts ready. So, if you’re celebrating Chinese New Year in Bali, then you’re in luck! On Tuesday, 1 February 2022 the island will see delicious food, moon cakes, red ang pao envelopes and more to celebrate this special occasion.
Still in the spirit of the festive holidays, AYANA Hotels in Bali has announced its vibrant festive programme to welcome the upcoming Chinese New Year. Featuring wonderful dining experiences and celebrations, this Chinese New Year at AYANA Hotels in Bali has been carefully curated to inspire good fortune and boundless blessings for all of 2020.
Apart from being a time to feast and reunite with family, Chinese New Year is a festivity accompanied by a large array of customs and rituals. This significant holiday is also the time when the Chinese temples, or Klenteng, across Bali celebrate by painting the island red. Among the highlights during Chinese New Year festivities to