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At Hotel Mulia Senayan, Jakarta, Arrival of the Year of the Rat is All About Numerous


Hotel Mulia Senayan, Jakarta teases valued guests with a myriad of auspicious promotions for this Chinese New Year, from dining to staycation packages

The grandest festival in China, the Chinese New Year or generally referred to as Lunar New Year globally, marks the first day of lunar calendar in a cycle denoted with an animal sign. This year, it falls on Saturday, 25 December 2020, initiating the Year of the Rat. In mainland China, it also coincides with the Spring Festival. The ceremonial day is usually observed with family gatherings at home, preparing a feast with offerings to the ancestors and Gods, hoping for blessings in the coming year and wishing each other for prosperity and happiness. It is then followed with exchanging red envelopes (ang pao), small gifts and setting off firecrackers.

In Indonesia, the tradition is celebrated widely in the country, and Hotel Mulia Senayan, Jakarta has crafted an ultimate guide to welcome the arrival of the Year of the Rat, starting from hampers, lavish feast, afternoon tea, specialty dishes, to entertainment and staycation package.

Ever wonder of hosting a major family reunion? Chinese New Year is one of the perfect moments to spend quality time with your extended family. Guests can enjoy an exciting lineup of a lavish feast with exceptional culinary indulgences at the hotel’s favourite dining venues. Usher in happiness, good health and good fortune this Year of the Rat at either Table8 (set menu only), Orient8, The Café or Edogin (buffet), available on 24 January 2020 for dinner and 25 January 2020 for lunch. For reservations, please email to [email protected] or call +62215747777.

Hotel Mulia Senayan, Jakarta has crafted an ultimate guide to welcome the arrival of the Year of the Rat, starting from hampers, lavish feast, afternoon tea, specialty dishes, to entertainment and staycation package

Spread your wishes of prosperity and good fortune to your family and friends with the Mulia festive hampers, a handcrafted gift of style and tradition, available to order until 27 January 2020 at Chocolate Boutique in Ground Floor. Alternatively, guests can call +62215747777 (ext. 4332) or email to [email protected] or order online via bit.ly/HMS-MuliaGift.

While enjoying your Chinese New Year feast, don’t forget to stop by at the Lobby to watch the famous Barongsai performance. Guests will have opportunity to meet and give red envelopes (hong bao) to the Lion which portrays a symbol of wisdom, courage and power. On Friday, 24 January 2020, the Barongsai performance is divided in 2 sessions starting from 6pm in the Lobby of Hotel Mulia Senayan, Jakarta, all the way to Table8, Cascade Lounge, The Café, Orient8, il Mare, Bleu8 and passing through Chocolate Boutique and Cake Shop, with the final stop at CJ’s Bar. The performance will continue on Saturday, 25 January 2020 during lunch and post-dinner.

Hotel Mulia Senayan, Jakarta teases valued guests with a myriad of auspicious promotions for this Chinese New Year, from dining to staycation packages

Families with kids are welcomed at Hotel Mulia Senayan, Jakarta for a special room package only on Chinese New Year. The festive accommodation package is inclusive of breakfast for 2 (two) adults and 1 (one) child, and valid for Splendor to Signature guest rooms, which offers a breathtaking view of Jakarta’s cityscape. Offer is valid for stay period between 24 January 2020 to 2 February 2020. For reservations, please email to [email protected] or call +62215747777.

Last but not least, snap the memorable moment of Chinese New Year celebration with your family in the photo booth section specially decorated by the hotel’s in-house artists located at the Ground Floor of Hotel Mulia Senayan, Jakarta. Take your best picture and post it on your Instagram account to get a chance to win special prizes, and don’t forget to tag and mention @hotelmulia with the hashtag of #MuliaMoments. To view the latest updates and promotions, please visit www.themulia.com/jakarta.