Snag yourself their collector's edition red packets or visit participating museums to collect them all

On it’s 8th edition, the National Heritage Board’s Museum Roundtable Lunar New Year Hongbao Campaign returns with a new range of adorable designs based on this year’s Chinese Zodiac animal, the Tiger.

These limited-edition collectibles are available from now 4 Feb. Themed according to their participating museums, collect all 35 unique designs from each of the 35 museums, heritage institutions, and galleries. This year’s collection also features 2 brand-new participants, the Geylang Serai Heritage Gallery and Kreta Ayer Heritage Gallery, both new members to the Museum Roundtable.

Limited to one set per visitor, each set contains 8 red packets.

 

 

This year’s campaign also unveiled their first-ever limited-edition collector’s album. Each collector’s album comes with two full sets of this year’s Roundtable red packet designs and a customised album.

The special red packets from the collector’s album will also differ from those collected at individual Roundtable members, with a vibrant red background instead of the latter’s pink. Only available at the Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall from 22 Jan onwards, be sure to grab them before they run out.

Limited to 2 collector’s albums per person, follow them here to stay updated on the latest news and sale of these albums.

 

 

For more information on the campaign, participating museums, and collection addresses, head over to their website here.