11 Feb How to Celebrate the Year of the Ox in CDO: Special Promos on Lunar New Year 2021 for Kagay-anons
Mga higala! Can’t decide where to spend the Year of the Ox here in Cagayan de Oro? Look no further as we have gathered some of the events and promos that a few establishments in the city have prepared just for this special day!
Enjoy exciting activities at the Amaya View as they celebrate the Chinese New Year with the following:
**Chinese Buffet from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
- Adult – P600
- Kids – P350
**Live Acoustic Performance from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
**Fireworks Display at 6:00 PM
Make sure to bring with you your friends and family!
Get lucky this Chinese New Year with Macao Imperial Tea! For only P88, you can already grab any of the selected lucky drinks this February 12, 2021.
- Original Milk Tea
- Black Pearl Milk Tea
- Grass Jelly Milk Tea
Just opened last February 8, 2021 at the Grand Central, Lin’s Kitchen offers premium Eng Bee Tin tikoy and hopia perfect for the Lunar New Year celebration!
You can visit them at their physical store or contact them at 09358546282 for orders.
How about some baked goodies that you can munch on this Chinese New year?
- Portuguese Egg Tarts
- Basque Burnt Cheesecake
- Durian Tarts
- Leche Flan
Visit them at SM City The Canopy, Carpark Bldg, Beacon Ave at 2:00 PM until 5:00 PM.
What’s not to like about shopping on Chinese New Year?
Enjoy great deals at #TheGreatDowntownSale starting this February 12 to 14. 70% OFF on home and beauty essentials, fashion styles, tech and gadgets, and more!
To celebrate the Chinese New Year with our fellow Kagay-anons, Suki Desu CDO which is located at Tomas Saco St will be offering promo for dine-in customers.
For advanced orders and reservations, contact them at 09352882925 (Globe/TM) or 09515779162 (Smart/TNT).
As an offering for all Kagay-anons this Lunar New Year, Lexy’s Sweet Kitchen will be selling their best-selling cheesecakes at 10% OFF!
- Oreo Cheesecake
- Blueberry Cheesecake
For pre-orders and other inquiries, contact them at 09156338322.
While we celebrate the Chinese New Year, may we not forget the standard safety protocols set by the authorities considering the COVID situation in the city.
Gong Xi Fa Cai!