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Chinese New Year Hampers in Singapore

Chinese New Year Celebration is a memorable experience wherever you can witness it, like in China itself and few parts of the world. In Singapore, the holiday has its own special charm and traditional way of celebration with family and friends. Also known as the Spring Festival, this time of the year is celebrated by almost all Singaporeans regardless of their background. This year, the spring festival of Ox, is on 12-Feb-2021, just two days before the Valentine’s day!

People prefer sending Specially and Traditionally Made Chinese New Year Hampers, Flowers, Plants on this festival day. Singapore Florist Brings to you an exclusive Range of Such Chinese New Year Flowers etc., for you to chose from. Here is a quick overview of what you can expect on this Day.

Chinese New Year HampersChinese New Year Hamper : Chinese Traditional Hampers are the most popular and most preferred on this day, mainly because the Hampers consists of Traditional items like the Chinese Tea, Dried Mushrooms, Cookies, Chocolates, Wines, Tonics, fruits, Candies, Fish Snacks etc., We’ve customized several Chinese New Year Hampers only for you – order now!

 

  

Chinese New Year Flowers and Chinese New Year Plant are specially made by the expert florists at Singapore Florist – all the products are carefully handpicked keeping in mind the necessity of long lastingness of your order.

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Chinese New Year Hampers in Singapore, Flowers & Plants

Unlike the English Calendar where Every New Year is celebrated on the first of January, Chinese New Year takes place on a different date each year between January 21 and February 20, because it is based on the lunar calendar. This Chinese New Year is called the year of Dogs.

We at Singapore Florist are always committed to serve our gifts with a personal touch! For this Chinese New Year, here are something we are making exclusively for you! Do not forget, that our expert teams are always there to customize your hampers/flowers based on your specific needs.

Chinese New Year Plants in SingaporePlants has life. Sending live plants means you are sending a life to live with your loved one, inside their home and it is going to wish good time whenever your loved ones look at them and reminds your message.

Chinese New Year Flowers in Singapore: Every occasion has flowers, every flower has meaning. Sending flowers means sending expressions. There are several real and artificial flower arrangements to send for this Chinese New Year.

Chinese New Year Hampers: Hampers are always special, that becomes part of your celebrations. Hampers made at the Singapore Florist bouquet are made in a variety of styles. Consisting of Fruits, Tonics, Organic Chinese Tea, wines and artificial alcohols to add some fun to your celebrations.

Chinese New Year Hampers in Singapore

Chinese New Year is the most momentous of all the Chinese holidays during which Chinese people from all over the world unite together in their tradition to spend 15-day celebration with their New Years. There are lots of gifting, hampers, feasts, decorations, and interesting symbolism that relates to the Chinese New Year in Singapore. We at Singapore Florist, serving Singapore since 1987 make sure the hampers are readily available much before the New Year and during the 15 day celebration period.chinese new year gifts

This year, in Singapore the Chinese New Year holidays are February 8 and 9; Monday and Tuesday respectively making it a long weekend thus a long and exciting celebrations. Here are a couple of Chinese New Year hampers in Singapore Florist’s cart for your quick view. Do not forget to watch the video below and share it with your friends and family!

We wish in advance all our valued customers a very Happy and Prosperous New Year. We also thank you for giving us a chance every year to become part of your celebrations by serving your friends, family and all loved ones with the Chinese New Year Hampers and Chinese New Year Gifts in Singapore.