Hotel features prosperous menu for Year of the Ox

DoubleTree by Hilton Melaka has an exciting line-up of seasonal dining experiences this lunar new year.

After taking a break for several months because of low tourist arrivals, DoubleTree by Hilton Melaka is ushering in the lunar new year with a bang.

The hotel hopes that the Year of the Metal Ox will bring a prosperous year filled with endless opportunities for the tourism industry in the state, which was heavily impacted by the movement control order that was implemented to curb the spread of Covid-19.

Ox symbolises diligence, honesty, strength and determination.

As such, The Year of the Ox reminds us to embody these powerful traits and start the year fresh with positivity.

This Chinese New Year, DoubleTree has an exciting line-up of seasonal dining experiences that honour the time-honoured traditions of loved ones coming together and savouring feasts in unity.

The culinary delights will herald a bounty of replenished luck, prosperity and happiness.

Among the dishes to symbolise good fortune are fish — which in Chinese is a homophone with the word for surplus, signifying a wish for abundance — and dumplings, which represent great wealth due to its shape that is similar to gold or silver ingots in the olden days, as well as noodles, which are all about longevity and smoothness.

There is an option to take away selected items with Bring Hilton Home.

Specially curated oriental buffet selections such as Reunion Dinner Buffet, Chinese New Year High Tea and an exquisite Chinese New Year Day Set Dinner from the hotel’s chefs are also planned.

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