Chinese Lunar New Year Celebration at The Manila Hotel
posted January 25, 2016 at 02:13 pm by
Celebrate the Chinese New Year at the Grand Dame with flair and fervor. Guests can look forward to lively festivities that usher in the Year of the Fire Monkey bringing joy, happiness, and prosperity.
Book The Manila Hotel’s special Chinese Lunar New Year Room Package from February 7 to February 8, 2016. For PhP8,888.00 NET per room, it includes staying in one of the Hotel’s well-appointed rooms with two (2) tickets to the Chinese New Year Dinner Celebration (includes cocktails, full program, and Cantonese dinner lauriat).
On February 07, 2016, eve of the New Year, hanging Chinese lanterns and red flowers are sure to delight visitors of all ages. Take part in the revelry as the Hotel holds a colorful Dragon’s Eye Dotting Ceremony complete with a special lion and dragon dance while having cocktails at the Grand Lobby. Enjoy an authentic Cantonese dinner lauriat with family, friends, and business partners as one savors the mouthwatering dishes prepared by Chef Sun Bing of the Mabuhay Palace.
World-renowned Feng Shui expert Master Joseph Chau Kam Shing together with his son, Master Vittorio Chau will share their fortune predictions of the Year for the Fire Monkey. A special blessing for prosperity and good health will also be given to all guests. Master Chau is acknowledged as a primary figure in Chinese geomancy and was featured in several television shows and publications all over the world, including CNN International, London’s Feng Shui for Modern Living, and Los Angeles Times. Ticket prices are PhP2,888.00 for adults and PhP1,888.00 NET for children (aged 5-12 years old).
Each ticket entitles guests a copy of Master Joseph Chau’s book, Feng Shui Essentials, a collection of daily advice and predictions leading to good luck and fortune. The book is believed to help readers in planning life’s events through horoscopes corresponding to their respective zodiac or animal signs.
A celebration will not be complete without a fireworks display. In ancient Chinese, fireworks are used to drive away the evil in China. On New Year's Eve, fireworks will be launched from the ground of The Manila Hotel to celebrate the coming of the Year of the Fire Monkey as well as to drive away the bad spirits.
For inquiries and reservations, please contact 527-0011 local 1175 to 1179 or visit www.Manila-Hotel.com.ph. To avail of the tickets, please call our Events Team via 527-0011 local 1275 to 1276.
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