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Top 05 Spots to Celebrate Chinese New Year in Bali – Enjoy Second Celebrations

Chinese New Year pops up just as festivities for the Gregorian New Year are dying out. Bali home to a large Chinese population gets into the act with much enthusiasm, here are the best venues.


The Silk Road at Metis Lounge

If you are a party animal then do head over to Metis Lounge for some reverting celebrations. Easy to reach from Seminyak hotels, the special 'Silk Road' event is well choreographed to offer patrons a sophisticated experience, as they ring in the Chinese New Year, in true style. A top line up of DJ's were on offer for the 2017 celebrations, hence, one can expect the same or better performances for future shows. The icing on the cake, however, would be the very impressive menu, which participants are treated to. Expect nothing but the best gastronomic delights.


MoonLite Kitchen and Bar

Tourists enjoying a stay at a Seminyak Bali resort, are in luck; the MoonLite Kitchen and Bar is the perfect venue for welcoming in the Chinese New Year, in true celebratory fashion. Part of Anantara Seminyak Bali Resort, this dining venue has a "family reunion dinner" which features three-course and six-course set menu meals offering delectable Asian delicacies. Family meal time is one of the most enjoyable experiences during such festivals and sharing great food and company will no doubt make a Chinese New Year celebration even more special.


The Ru Yi Restaurant

Indulge and treat your taste-buds to authentic flavours of Chinese cuisine at this eatery. Located in Nusa Dua, this restaurant takes pride in offering guests only the best in traditional Chinese meals. The celebrations on New Year's Eve start at 5.30pm with the traditional dragon and lion dance. Dinner is a special menu, which is served from 6 pm onwards. You also have a choice of selecting from the 'Happiness Menu' which is nothing short of feel good comfort food, such as, steamed grouper fish, chicken herbal soup and salted egg prawns, amongst many more.


Table 8 the Mulias Restaurant

The elegant Mulia's Chinese restaurant offers lucky Table 8, dining at the best Cantonese and Szechuan buffets. Enjoy the variety which comprises of live grills, hot pots, clay pot cuisine and some local delicacies such as, jellyfish and baby octopus. A range of steamed and fried dim sum too, is on the menu, together with six-course meals which include lobster, salmon and abalone.


Fortune Dinner at Kwee Zeen in Nusa Dua

Look forward to celebrating the Chinese New Year as you tuck into the largest collection of dim sum variants in Bali. There are various themed menus on offer during the Chinese New Year period, and you get to choose from prosperity toss, seafood extravaganza, fortune teller, auspicious tea and enjoy the reverting lion dance performances.