Planning to visit your in-laws this Chinese New Year? We've got some handy tips to make sure they'll welcome you with open arms in no time!
You never know how strict Asian in-laws can be, so always adhere to the dress code. Dress modestly yet fashionably to make a lasting impression. You wouldn't want the conversation to revolve around your outfit after you leave. Make thoughtful choices like these outfits from Love Bonito and don't wear anything black!
Wear accessories that bear cultural significance, such as pearl and jade jewelry, believed to bring good fortune. Keep it elegant and avoid excessive or flashy accessories. If you're looking for a more modern touch, Lovisa is fantastic at adding soft and stylish elements to your outfits.
Bring Oranges or Tangerines
Present oranges or tangerines as a traditional gift when visiting your in-laws. These fruits symbolise abundance and good fortune, signifying a wish for a prosperous year ahead. Time to redeem it from our concierge counter at Level G here!
Since your in laws are probably preparing most of the dishes, it's time to show your appreciation and contribution with a thoughtful gift that resonates with their interests. Get delicious Yee Sang from Sushi Zanmai with only 618 points here!
Gift hampers appears to be one of the most popular gift choices for both your parents and in-laws during Chinese New Year. Ranging from different products such as chicken essence, bird's nest, abalones and even wine! No idea where to get them? Hurry, because MyTOWNKL has got you covered! Jin Ye Ye is hosting a pop-up booth at Central Town, Level G this CNY! So don't miss out!
Usually, the elderly give out angpaos during Chinese New Year. However, to show filial respect, children can also give red packets as a gesture of appreciation for their hard work and sacrifices over the years. Check out various angpao designs here!