The Lunar New Year checklist

The Year of the Dog is almost upon us, and with January already in the rear-view mirror, it’s time to get back into the festive mood. The Lunar New Year brings with it an opportunity for renewal, rejuvenation and reconnecting with the people you care about, and to get started on your plans, you only have to head to Millenia Walk. Here’s what you can do when you visit.

Give your home a makeover

Take your spring cleaning to the next level by updating the things that make home, well, home. Millenia Walk has a wide variety of furnishing houses for you to choose from. On the homegrown side, you have Commune—with their focus on environmentally friendly pieces—and the innovative Grafunkt. On the international front, take your pick from the likes of Harvey Norman (who have a flagship superstore here), Hokkaido-based Conde House, French manufacturers Ligne Roset and Switzerland’s Vitra.

Give yourself a makeover

With home looking spiffy, you can’t forget to treat yourself to an upgrade. For gents, Millenia Walk is where you’ll find top Singapore tailors Rossi and Mr Bulli & Sons alongside German shirtmaker van Laack. Complete your new look with made-to-measure shoes from Last & Lapel and Diamond Walker. Expect nothing less than bespoke, personalized service.

For Ladies, there’s the all-new Be Salon by 99 Percent to check out. Before they do anything to your hair, they’ll go the extra mile to come up with a style that suits your lifestyle while addressing any hair issues you might have. And if you’re still surfing the Korean Wave, stop by Korean nail parlor Nail County and Zinc Korean Hair Salon.

Get ready for a feast

The highlight of the Lunar New Year season is, of course, the reunion dinner, and Millenia Walk has the perfect venues to offer for a reunion to remember. Wholesome restaurant Elemen is serving up their eight-course “Prosper-licious” menu (from Feb 12-Mar 2) which includes a “Prosperity” truffle yu sheng (the yu sheng on its own will be available from Feb 1-March 2).

Japanese restaurant Rakuzen, meanwhile, has a “Prosperity” yu sheng of its own with 15 pieces of salmon sashimi. Rakuzen also has a “create your own yu sheng” option with a number of ingredients to choose from. Both come with homemade yuzu sauce or sesame dressing and are available from Feb 2 to Mar 2.

Pick up red packets and a box of kueh lapis

On top of all that, Millenia Walk will also be handing out a host of rewards to patrons during the Lunar New Year season. Spend $88 and you’ll be entered into a lucky draw with a top prize of a $3,000 Harvey Norman home makeover. Spend $228 before Feb 15 and you’ll receive a limited edition set of red packets. Spend $888 before Feb 15 and you can redeem a box of kueh lapis from Conrad Centennial Singapore. And if that isn’t enough, parking is complimentary when you spend $50.

For more information, and a full list of promotions, head to Millenia Walk’s website.