Celebrate the year of the tiger at The Glen.
Lunar New Year, otherwise known as the Chinese New Year or Spring Festival is the festival that celebrates the beginning of a new year on the traditional lunisolar Chinese calendar.
Explore the Room of Fortune, an interactive in-centre installation with daily prizes, find your fortune at the torii gate, and enjoy traditional festivities with a special lion dance.
An infinite display of lucky lanterns and envelopes will captivate customers this Lunar New Year! Step inside and be enchanted with the beauty of the lanterns. Spend over $50 at participating retailers, to reveal a secret fortune card, only visible under the light of the Room of Fortune!
A vibrant and theatrical Lion Dance performance will take place in centre on Saturday 5 February. Experience the true celebration of this special occasion with a traditional performance.
The Year of the Tiger begins on the 1st of February, and with it comes the opportunity to start the year afresh with good wishes for health and prosperity.
Whether this is your first Lunar New Year celebration, or you’re a pro when it comes to preparing for this time of year, here’s how to bring you and your family plenty of luck, joy, and deliciousness in the Year of the Tiger.
The Chinese zodiac is based on a 12-year cycle, represented by 12 unique animals who bring their own attributes to the year based on their relationship to the Tiger.
The Tiger is brave and straightforward, born to lead, it’s active, innovative, fearless and rebellious. It is one of the Travel Horses within the Chinese zodiac, indicating there will be a lot of movement, change and travelling this year.
Find your Chinese zodiac below to discover what’s in store for you!