A Ritzy Chinese New Year Feast 2020
at Rumah Luwih Beach Resort
Chinese New Year, also known as Spring Festival or Lunar New Year is a celebration of the arrival of the new lunar year, which will fall on 25 January 2020 and marks the beginning of the year of the Rat.
During this time, families come together, which is commonly referred to as a family reunion. Make Rumah Luwih your home to celebrate the festival here in Bali. The entire resort will be adorned with pretty red Chinese lanterns, couplets, interior and exterior decorations depicting images of prosperity.
You will be delighted with the resort’s lavish Chinese Specialty Buffet Brunch that offers authentic and refined Chinese cuisine such as hand-pulled Lamien noodles and the iconic Yee Sang in a stunning beachfront colonial setting priced at just IDR 350,000 nett per person. There will be amazing performances by a traditional Barongsai, a fashion show and an array of food that will tantalize your palate. At Rumah Luwih, you’ll embrace the Year of the Rat in the most jovial ambiance.
The Chinese New Year Brunch at Rumah Luwih comes with complimentary access to the infinity pool and the children’s playground. Reservations are essential by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Terms and Conditions apply. Welcome in prosperity and joy in celebrating the new year with Rumah Luwih’s Lunar New Year Feast on 25 January 2020.
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