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Escape the whirlwind of traditions and taboos this Lunar New Year. Instead of battling traditions, embrace pure bliss this Lunar New Year.

We're offering a sanctuary of captivating shows designed to melt away your worries and transport you to a world of laughter, wonder, and joy.

So ditch the stress, grab your favourite snacks, sit back, relax, and be entertained.

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Shows Highlights

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Lunar New Year Special

From all-time favourite animation such as The Angry Birds Movie 2, Spider-man: Into the Spider-Verse, to Blockbuster Movie, After Earth and Awards Show, Encore of People’s Choice Awards and Circle Chart Awards. Be Spoiled with endless entertainment!

9 to 12 February, Friday to Monday
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Majestic New Year

Feast your eyes and senses as Global Trekker brings you on a food journey from Farms to Streets, from east to west.

9 to 12 February, Friday to Monday

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Lunar New Year Taboos and Why?

No porridge as people believe it brings poverty

Eating food such as fish, dumplings, and spring rolls brings more wealth and prosperity.

No Crying as it brings bad luck

Tune in to the above shows to cheer and excite your days!


On auspicious days of the new year is said to be unlucky as the action depicts sweeping away food luck and fortune.

Minimise the use of Scissors or Knives

As the gestures mean cutting off wealth.

No black or white clothes as it is perceived to be unlucky colours

New year New you, freshen up your wardrobes with lucky colours to bring positive energy and invite prosperity during the Lunar New Year.

Be sure to settle all your debts before the lunar new year

It is believed that you will continue to be in debt and make it hard for you to accumulate wealth in the coming year. Sounds logical?

Avoid giving odd number in your Ang Bao

Instead, always give the amount in even numbers as even numbers are considered lucky numbers.

Stay awake on the eve of Lunar New Year

According to traditional Chinese belief, the longer you stay awake on the eve of Lunar New Year, the longer your parents will live.

Avoid saying unlucky words

Like ‘illness’, ‘loss’, ‘death’, as it is believed that these will follow you through the year.

Try not to break bowls or plates or glasses

As breaking symbolises bad luck and a potential financial loss or family conflicts in the coming year. If accidents do happen, carefully wrap the fragments in red paper and say “Sui Sui Ping An”, wishing for safety and well-being throughout the year.