Chinese New Year 2012

Wherever I turn I see red lanterns, mandarin oranges, cookies, bak kwa (dried marinated pork barbecued over charcoal fire) and what everybody longs to have in their hands - "ang pow" packets (red envelopes for monetary gift). Yes, the grand festivities is sweeping the town and filling the air with excitement. More excited are the office workers since a 2-day non-working holiday lies ahead after this weekend, that's 4 days of fun and freedom. *winks*

Hubby and I will spend our CNY in Kuala Lumpur, it has been 5 years since we last saw this wonderful city where we spent 2 1/2 years of our lives in, and having to bond with our friends there is something we have been looking forward to doing again.

In Singapore, there are lots of exciting activities planned for everyone to enjoy (too bad we'll miss it this year, but we'll make sure to experience CNY Singapore version next year). For those staying back in the city or those planning to come here during this CNY holidays, here are the upcoming activities to enjoy:

Chinese New Year Singapore 2012

Whatever your plans are for the holidays, do enjoy it and take care ok!

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