Chinese New Year at Taipei, Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok...
Posted on 14 February 2018
Packist.com is steadfast in its position. A Chinese New Year celebration in Taipei is as authentic as it gets. Following ancient Chinese traditions and customs, Taipei avoids all gimmicks and focuses itself only upon family, friends and festivities.
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Taipei is largely vacant on the most part so exploring the city and all its attractions is easy and effortless. The vibrance of the city is something to appreciate.
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The typically bustling and loud city suddenly transforms into a serene and calm sanctuary. Visiting Taipei 101, shopping at Tonghua Night Market or joining in the Pingxi district sky lantern festival; you will assuredly experience Taiwan and Chinese New Year in an intriguing and unique manner.
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Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
The Petronas Twin-Towers remains the tallest twin towers in the world. But Kuala Lumpur is not solely defined by these internationally renowned twin-towers. Locally, Malaysia is respected for its multi-racial, multi-cultural unity. With a substantial population of Malaysian Chinese people, Kuala Lumpur tends to become quite spacious during Chinese New Year. This is because most Malaysian Chinese people return to their hometowns during this period, most of Kuala Lumpur becomes explorable and can be experienced with great distinctiveness from any other time of the year.
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With stunning, acrobatic Lion dances and a uniform red that decorate the city, you will love experiencing a traditionally cultured Chinese New Year. At 5:00pm, Publika Shopping Gallery displays traditional Chinese Opera during the period and between the 16th - 28th of February, Pavilion KL offers a range of traditional chinese workshops featuring calligraphy, handiart, knotting art and embroidery art.
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Yaowaraj Road is where Bangkok’s very own Chinatown is located. The Thai Chinese community gathers around in a this lively, bustling occasion of festivity and comradery. Bangkok’s Chinatown is the largest Chinatown in all of Thailand so it manages to captivate people from all over the world.
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The busy town will feature more stalls than on any other time of the year with an awesome range of Chinese, Thai and other Asian cuisine. While you are snacking on some scrumptious finger foods, feast your eyes upon the dramatic Dragon Dances and ignited fireworks that spark colour in the late night skies.
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