The Chinese mid-autumn festival falls on October 4th this year and what better way to celebrate the centuries-old harvest ritual than the traditional way with delicious mooncakes? Here, we’ve listed nine spots you can get your mooncake fix around the Klang Valley, and some of the distinct flavours...
This lunar season, Nobu Kuala Lumpur is celebrating the Mid-Autumn festival by releasing an assortment of uniquely flavoured Nobu Style Mooncakes. Recognised for their creative blend of flavour profiles, the inspiration behind Nobu KL’s celestial mooncakes comes from familiar and essential ingredients of the restaurant’s contemporary cuisine styles —...
Dialogue in the Dark Malaysia presents a whole new way to experience Mid Autumn Festival this August in collaboration with Tai Thong Group. The first and only of its kind to be held in Malaysia, the audiences’ most dominant sense – the eyesight – is hindered to explore...
In conjunction with Mid-Autumn Festival, The Saujana Hotel Kuala Lumpur introduces their signature Ti Chen Mooncakes with nine variety of flavours to choose from. The Ti Chen Mooncakes are packed in beautifully designed packaging, ideal for loved ones, business associates and friends. Limited edition gift boxes are available in two collectable designs of...
Mid‐Autumn festival is just a month away and we’ve got just the thing to get you in the mood! Getting bored of your generic mooncakes? Want something with a icy sweet creamy twist? Häagen Dazs  introduces a range of exquisitely crafted ice cream mooncakes, perfect for gifting and...
If you’re a fan of both mooncake and the memorable flavors of the durian, you won’t want to miss Tai Thong’s mooncake that celebrates Malaysian heritage – The Imperial Musang King Royale Mooncake. Acknowledged by durian aficionados as the King of Durians, Musang King Durians are renowned for...