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Mooncake Singapore 2020 Ultimate Roundup: Best Mooncake Promotions this Mid-Autumn Festival

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It’s that time of the year again when we look forward to another few weeks of non-stop mooncake indulgence and all things related to the mooncake, or mid-autumn festival. 

This year, the mooncake festival falls on 1st October 2020, the 15th day of the eighth month in the lunar calendar.  

With whatever that is going on around the world right now, the usual throng of massive and electrifying mooncake bazaars popping up in Singapore malls and popular heartland spots all across the island won’t be happening. 

Nevertheless, the majority of mooncake brands and sellers have taken this chance to get onboard the digital bandwagon and focus on selling their mooncake flavours online, via online marketplaces or their own branded ecommerce websites. 

A number of mooncake sellers are also taking the creative route and coming up with innovative collaborations with other food brands to create a variety of interesting offerings for the Singaporean consumer. 

To help you stay up-to-date with the latest available mooncake promotions and offers, this guide will be regularly updated with 2020’s most comprehensive selection of mooncakes, from the most popular MSW durian mooncakes, perennial favourite snow skin mooncakes and the traditional baked ones, to halal mooncakes as well as all the new, interesting flavours that are making their debut to the market, including chocolate lava, yuzu mango, and even alcoholic variants.  

So, let’s dive right in and look at all the amazing mooncakes in Singapore for 2020!

Bread Garden

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One of the best brands to get your mooncakes from in Singapore for mooncake festival 2020 is Bread Garden, a popular and highly-reviewed bakery that doles out yummy festive treats whenever one rolls around the corner. 

Bread Garden has been delighting fans and customers over the years with their signature MSW (Mao Shang Wang) durian mooncakes as well as exquisite snow skin mooncakes besides the more traditional baked ones. 

This year, it is also coming up with new exciting flavours such as Yuzu Mango, Black Sesame and Lychee Roselia among others. 

Bread Garden mooncakes are also a favourite among local Muslims; all their mooncakes are for halal consumption as Bread Garden is one of the first halal bakeries in Singapore. 

Loved and supported by customers who religiously bought year after year, Bread Garden is definitely a brand to check out if you’re looking for value-for-money mooncake indulgence with the whole family this mooncake festival. 

Prices: Single pieces from $9.50 per piece; box set from $64 per box/set. Bread Garden is also having an early bird promotion of 15% off all mooncakes (when you buy $80 and above) from now till 25th August 2020.

Dates: now till 1st October 2020

To order your mooncakes, visit their website.

Goodwood Park Hotel

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Some names are just royalty and an institution when it comes to mooncakes. Such is the case with Goodwood Park Hotel’s annual mooncake offering that the general Singaporean consumer populace eagerly awaits every year. 

It is extra special this year as the hotel commemorates its 120th anniversary, with the hotel unveiling a grand 120th Anniversary Mooncake (limited pieces available) with 12 sumptuous salted egg yolks in a lavish white lotus seed paste baked mooncake spanning 16.5cm wide. 

Together with the commemorative mooncake, the hotel also introduces 2 new snow skin mooncake flavours – Orange with Grape and Japanese Sweet Potato with Pumpkin-Coconut Centre, the latter being inspired by the Japanese sweet potato autumn harvest of satsumaimo. Taste wise, this mooncake achieves a harmonious balance between the creamy blend of luscious Japanese sweet potato flesh and a silky core of pumpkin purée with desiccated coconut.

A true Singaporean mid-autumn festival celebration won’t be complete without savouring some mooncakes from Goodwood Park Hotel and as years past, the brand is still showing up at the party in 2020. 

Prices: $108 for each piece of 120th anniversary mooncake; $58 for a box of 8 snowskin; $62 for a box of 4 baked mooncakes

Dates: from 25 August to 1st October 2020

To order your mooncakes, visit the website here

Raffles Hotel

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If a luxurious treat is your thing this mooncake festival, then be sure to check out Raffles Hotel’s selection of mooncakes for 2020. 

The all-time favourite among fans, Champagne Truffle Snow-Skin Mooncake, remains the top draw offering from the prestigious hotel this year. This flavour is among the top mooncake choices for anyone looking for a personal indulgent treat or a gift that will leave the recipients undoubtedly impressed. 

In addition, new flavours are also unveiled this year – Apricot and Sourplum Snow-Skin Mooncake and Yuzu and Osmanthus Truffle Snow-Skin Mooncake.

Prices: $76 for 8 pieces of snow-skin; or 4 pieces of classic baked

Dates: from 10 August to 1st October 2020

To order your mooncakes, visit the website here.

InterContinental Singapore

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InterContinental Singapore goes peranakan for mooncake festival in 2020 with the likes of local dessert-esque flavours such as Chendol – comprising Gula Melaka with red bean, coconut and pandan jelly; or Pulot Hitam, made of dark glutinous rice with candied longans and coconut; or Durian Pengat – filled with rich durian cream, gula melaka, and butterfly-peas; or even Pandan and Coconut Kaya, featuring fragrant pandan kaya paste enwrapping a coconut kaya inner core.

The result is a presentation that is equal parts classy, traditional and heartfelt, that expresses our unique Nanyang culture and heritage to the fullest. 

Prices: $84 for 4 pieces of snow skin; $66 for 4 pieces of baked

There’s a 30% promotion now on till 28th August 2020 with an extra 5% off on online orders.

Dates: available now till 1st October 2020

To order your mooncakes, visit the website here.

Shangri-la Singapore

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Always a popular choice whenever the mooncake festive season comes around is the signature Mini Baked Custard with Bird’s Nest from Shangri-la Singapore. Loaded full with rich, creamy custard on the outside and generous bird’s nest in the middle, this is one treat to get obsessed over if there is ever one. 

Then for those who prefer an alcoholic blend, you’ve got to check out Hennessy XO Chocolate Mini Snowskin Mooncake. It is a unique combination of chocolate with dark cocoa notes amplified by the liquor element in it. Also worth mentioning is the Yuzu Sake Mini Snowskin, which marries their citrusy flavour with the sweetness of sake for an extraordinary sensation. 

A frustration for vegans during the mooncake festival season is the general lack of vegan mooncake varieties. Fortunately, Shangri-la Singapore is one of the few sellers to offer a vegan mooncake. Its Mini Vegan Mooncake cleverly swaps out the usual egg yolk with a ball of sweetened pumpkin at the core instead.

Prices: $76 per box of 4 baked; $88 per box of 4 snowskin; $120 for 8 pieces of mini baked custard with bird’s nest 

Dates: available now till 1st October 2020. Early bird discounts up to 30% now till 16th August 2020.

To order your mooncakes, visit the website here.

Mandarin Oriental Singapore

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True to the brand’s name, you can’t get any more traditional presentation-wise than Mandarin Oriental’s mooncake offering this year. 

Their mooncake comes in an elegantly designed box decorated lovingly with oriental floral motifs that add that extra touch of classiness to the occasion. If you’re not buying for your own enjoyment, these treats certainly make wonderful gifts. 

The brand carries a range of mooncakes with its own unique take on traditional tastes and flavours. Making their debut this year is a series of  the Oolong tea-inspired creations namely the traditional baked Lugu Oolong Tea with Melon Seeds and the snow skin Oolong Tea Infusion with Dried Apricot and Pumpkin Seeds.

Yet another new entrant worth mentioning is the refreshing and citrusy Exotic Passion Fruit with Candied Pineapple and Mango Mochi.

Of course, the old favourites remain available this year, including the Low Sugar Silver Lotus Paste with Double or Single Yolk for the health conscious ones among us, as well as the coveted Lychee Martini and Chocolate Truffle mooncake, an annual highlight and best seller for Mandarin Oriental Singapore.

Prices: $78 for 4 pieces (snow skin), and onwards for 4 pieces (baked)

Dates: Available from 24 August to 1st October 2020

To order your mooncakes, visit the website here.

Hai Tien Lo – Pan Pacific Singapore

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If you yearn for a more hip and modern type of mooncake, then choose Hai Tien Lo for their black sesame paste mooncake with great filling in it. Hai Tien Lo offers an assortment of 11 different traditionally handmade and snow skin mooncakes.

Snow skin mooncakes come with 3 new flavours this year. Among the flavours, the Black Matcha Sesame Snowskin is the most well received, especially by fans of green tea. It uses a combined mixture of matcha powder and white chocolate with black sesame paste full of many nuts as ingredients. 

The Soursop Lychee and Raspberry Chocolate are the other 2 flavours of the snow skin collection. They have not only aesthetic appeal but also modern contemporary fruit flavours of lychee and soursop purees in Soursop Lychee Snowskin Mooncake and the raspberry pearls and ruby chocolate present in the Raspberry Chocolate Snowskin Mooncake. 

The best sellers of snowskin are the Mao Shan Wang Durian Snowskin and the Hazelnut Yuzu. They are back due to popular demand that has been met over the recent years. 

A better approach to more variety can be found in the Four Treasures Snowskin Mooncake set that features 4 different varieties of snowskin mooncakes.

For eaters of the conventional mooncakes, they can still go for the traditionally baked ones such as the Signature White Lotus Seed Paste and the Charcoal Black Sesame Seed Paste. 

The former is also good for people who are health conscious and prefer low sugar alternatives. 

If you want more variety, do opt for the Four Treasures Baked Mooncake sets. Halal versions are available too.

Prices: $68.80 for a box of 4 snowskin; $69.80 for a box of 4 baked mooncakes

Dates: available now till 1st October 2020

To order your mooncakes, visit the website here.

Yan

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Another mooncake bakery to look out for this festive season is Yan, especially with its unique signature creation Thousand Layer Yam Mooncake. Delightfully crispy and full of sweet yam paste within each piece of mooncake, this variant is definitely a flavour that stands out from the rest. 

It is so good that demand is super high, which necessitates that you order at least a day in advance to ensure you can get your hands on these delicious treats. 

Yan also offers the ever popular Mao Shan Wang Durian Snowskin Mooncake among other non-traditional ones. The durian mooncake offers a thick bittersweet durian flavour that is evident from the full durian pulp encrusted within the mooncake, just waiting to burst out with your first bite. 

Price: $64 per box for 4 pcs

Dates: available now till 1st October 2020

To order your mooncakes, visit the website here.

Mdm Ling Bakery

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If you are in love with Shanghai mooncakes, which is up and coming among mooncake lovers in Singapore, then check out Mdm Ling Bakery.

What is so lovable about their mooncakes is the unique shape and sizes and they are cookie-inspired. If you love local flavours very much, there are the unique Hae Bee Hiam and Mao Shan Wang series of mooncakes. There are also the traditional ones that are made with lotus seed paste and almond bits.

Above all, Mdm Ling caters very much to the Teochews it seems. Besides the Hae Bee Hiam, the Spiral Yam is also another flavour which the Teochew Chinese Singaporeans can get their hands on.

Prices: From $28 per tin for 2 pcs. If you buy during the month of August, there is a 25% discount. 

Dates: available now till 1st October 2020

To order your mooncakes, visit the website here.

The Fullerton Hotel

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Fullerton Hotel or Fullerton Bay Hotel is known for its localized mooncakes with favourites such as Baked Mooncake with Asam Lotus and Mango and Baked Mooncake with Salted Lotus and Hae Bee Hiam.

The recommended new flavour this year is the Passion Fruit with Chin Chow Snowskin. It is reminiscent of the ingredients you would expect from your hawker centre. What entices people is the decorative tingkat with 4 containers. In all, the mooncakes and the box designs are all inspired by the local hawker scene.

Prices: From $70 per box for 4 pcs for baked or snowskin mooncakes. Early bird discounts are available for orders before 6 September 2020.

Dates: Available from 18 August 2020 to 1st October 2020

To order your mooncakes, visit the website here.

JW MARRIOTT SINGAPORE SOUTH BEACH

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For mooncake festival 2020, JW Marriott Singapore is breathing new innovative tastes into traditional baked skin mooncakes, such as the Baked Single Yolk Lychee Lotus Paste with its distinct floral tinge, and not forgetting the Baked Pu Er with Chia Seeds with its crisp, clear tea flavor.

As for snow skin mooncakes, the hotel has got some treats in store for fans too. 

Make a point to check out the Bird’s Nest with Japanese Sweet Potato snowskin; that’s quite interesting. Meanwhile, durian lovers will be thrilled to see a return of the best-selling Mao Shan Wang Durian snowskin. 

To make it even more enjoyable for consumers, the hotel is offering free delivery of its mooncakes across the Singapore island when you buy $80 or more in a single purchase. 

Prices: From S$76 (4 pcs baked) / from S$82 (8 pcs snowskin). From now till 16th August 2020, there is a 30% off for Marriott Bonvoy members and select cardholders, and 25% off after 16th August.

Dates: available now till 1st October 2020

To order your mooncakes, visit the website here.

Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza

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Some mooncakes aren’t bought for consumption, but more out of bewildered amazement at the beauty and exquisiteness that a few pieces of baked pastries is able to conjure.

Such is the case with the mooncakes from Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza, which continue to be one of the most premium offerings this year. The Gold-dusted Black Truffle with Bayonne Ham returns this year with a premium box option that comes accompanied by a bottle of Laurent Perrier champagne. 

There are still more ingenious flavours to heighten your senses, such as the Rose Tea Snowskin with Champagne Truffle, Almond Custard Snowskin with Osmanthus Truffle and Mandarin Orange Snowskin with Caramel Sea Salt Truffle. 

To top off the experience in luxurious style, the hotel delivers the mooncakes to you anywhere on the island for $74.90 per destination. 

Prices: From $72 per box (baked); $72 per box (snowskin)

Dates: available now till 1st October 2020 (collection starts from 27th August)

To order your mooncakes, visit the website here.

Crowne Plaza Changi Airport

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Changi Airport is not just a transit for tourists or foreign business travellers. It is also a place of wonders. 

Scoring high in its traditional mooncakes, Crowne Plaza also has assorted champagne truffle snow skin mooncakes that delight eaters. These mooncakes are handcrafted. With such traditional skills using high quality ingredients. Hence, it seems that the good old taste certainly does not fade away easily.

The snow skin mooncakes come in 4 flavours – red date, pandan, black sesame and a chestnut flavoured mooncake. All have champagne truffles in the centre.

Prices: $42 per box for 2 pcs; $70 per box for 4 pcs (Traditional mooncakes); $74 per box for 4 pcs (Snowskin mooncakes)

Dates: available now till 1st October 2020

To order your mooncakes, visit the website here.

Bakerzin

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Bakerzin is more well-known for its durian mooncakes on its shelves. With one of the best durian mooncake in Singapore.

This year in 2020, the line-up includes a newer kind of Aromatic Latte Baked Mooncake. It comprises of 4 mooncake collections types: Classic Baked Mooncake, Black Sesame Snowskin, Fruit Series Snowskin, Alcohol-infused Snowskin

Prices: From $50.05 per box for 4pcs

Dates: available until 12 Sep 2020

To order your mooncakes, visit the website here.

Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium

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This year at Holiday Inn, there are 2 new mooncake flavours from the snowskin category – Green Tea Paste with Jackfruit Praline and the White Lotus Seed Paste with Grand Marnier Praline. These latest additions add to the already fabulous list along with its 2 best sellers – Peranakan Durian and Low Sugar White Lotus Paste with Double Yolk.

Prices: From $66 per box for 4 pcs baked or 6 pcs snowskin

Dates: available now till 1st October 2020

To order your mooncakes, visit the website here.

Wah Lok Cantonese Restaurant – Carlton Hotel Singapore

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Carlton Hotel is best known for its mooncakes, such as the Signature Mini Mao Shan Wang Durian and Mini Walnut Moontarts with Egg Yolk mooncakes. 

It is offering 2 new exciting mooncakes this season – the Mini Blackforest Snowskin Mooncake and the Mini Baked Custard Mooncake. 

The Mini Blackforest Snowskin Mooncake has a Valrhona Chocolate base with real cherry pieces and cherry ganache.The Mini Baked Custard Mooncake has a salted egg yolk that mixes saltiness and sweetness together with the sweet custard pastry. 

Prices: From $69.30 per box for 8 pcs mini mooncakes or 4 pcs standard sized mooncakes; Up to 30% discount for orders until 17th August 2020 for selected cardholders.

Dates: available now till 1st October 2020

To order your mooncakes, visit the website here.

Ritz Carlton Millenia Singapore

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Mooncake lovers should cherish old favourites from this hotel with its favourite Mao Shan Wang Durian snowskin mooncake and the Mini Snowskin Lycheetini mooncake. There are also traditional favourites like the White Lotus Seed Paste with Double Yolk and the White Lotus Seed Paste mooncakes.

Price: From $72 per box for 8 pcs snowskin; From $74 per box for 4 pcs baked

Dates: available now till 1st October 2020

To order your mooncakes, visit the website here.

Golden Peony – Conrad Continental Singapore

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Golden Peony presents the non traditional mooncakes favourable for the more daring and adventurous to get their hands on – Purple Sweet Potato with Pumpkin and Sea Salt Gula Melaka snowskin mooncakes. 

An even more extraordinary offering would be the Sweet Potato in Crispy Filo Pastry mooncake, which features a unique Filo pastry style mooncake.

If you want more conventional approaches like the way it used to be before, then go for the Royal Hazelnut Crunch and Green Tea snowskin mooncakes. They are the all-time signature mooncakes that many have tried and praised.

Prices: From $82 per box for 4 pcs baked; From $86 per box for 8 pcs snowskin

Dates: available now till 1st October 2020

To order your mooncakes, visit the website here.

Yan Ting – St Regis Singapore

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This hotel comes up with an infusion of traditional and inventive flavours in its mooncake. The 2020 new flavours include Green Tea Paste with Oolong Tea Truffle, Royal Milk Tea with Honey Osmanthus Truffle and Honey Purple Sweet Potato Paste with Orange Yuzu Truffle.

Eaters who are more health-conscious can go for the Reduced Sugar White Lotus Paste with Macadamia Nuts. This mooncake is healthy and yet very tasty. The White Lotus Paste with Assorted Nuts and Yunnan Ham mooncake appeal to people seeking traditional baked mooncake types.

Prices: From $74 per box for 4 pcs baked; From $76 per box for 8 pcs snowskin

Dates: available now till 1st October 2020

To order your mooncakes, visit the website here.

Regent Singapore

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The Regent Singapore has many dining outlets that offer mooncakes. One of them is the Basilico that offers the Pistachio, Fig and Amarena Cherry snowskin mooncake. This Italian inspired mooncake is unique for its use of Bologna originated Amarena cherries coupled with Sicilian pistachio and sweet honey laced dried figs.

The Tea Lounge restaurant also has another mooncake contribution to the list with its Green Tea with Melon Seeds snowskin mooncake. For more adventurous eaters who do not mind alcohol ingredients, they can go for the Plantation Rum, Spiced Coconut and Yuzu mooncake.

This year, Regent also offers the Durian snowskin mooncake flavour. People who want bites on durian snowskin will be overjoyed for this.

Prices: From $78 for 4 pcs baked; From $80 for 8 pcs snowskin; 15% discount for UOB cards

Dates: From 24th August 2020 till 1st October 2020

To order your mooncakes, visit the website here.

Jiang Nan Chun – Four Seasons Singapore

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Jiang Nan Chun is most famous for its exotic and iconic Smoked Duck with Assorted Nuts and Lime mooncake. It is not a brand without it – this mooncake is traditionally made over oven firewood. The Silver Lotus Paste with Single / Double Yolk mooncake is one of its other favourite traditionally baked mooncakes on the menu.

The Litchi with Raspberry and Rose mooncake is one of the new flavours introduced by Four Seasons Hotel. It is wrapped in a soft, rose-infused snowskin with vanilla-litchi pastry cream. The Bird’s Nest with Custard mooncake is another exquisite flavour to watch out for.

Prices: From $78 per box for baked; From $80 per box for snowskin. Orders at 20% off till 6th September 2020 and 15% off thereafter

Dates: From 1st September 2020 to 1st October 2020

To order your mooncakes, visit the website here.

Grand Shanghai

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Grand Shanghai is reputable for its Bird’s Nest with Almond Paste snowskin mooncake, with its texture as its key feature. The rich almond flavour blends together with the bird’s nest jelly like texture.

Another in the collection is the Shanghainese Crispy Yam Paste mooncake, which is a Teochew-style crispy, flaky yam mooncake that is without any artificial flavors or preservatives.

Price: From $58 per box for 6 pcs snowskin; From $60 per box for 4 pcs baked

Dates: available now till 1st October 2020

To order your mooncakes, visit the website here.

Mandarin Orchard Singapore

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This hotel offers a good assortment of traditionally baked mooncakes with its signature Mixed Nuts with Jamon Iberico mooncake and the Macadamia Nut and Low Sugar Paste baked mooncake. The latter is, as by the name suggests, a better option for the health conscious. However, as sweet as you want, there is also a Japanese inspired Azuki Red Bean Paste and Pine Nuts baked mooncake.

Price: From $43 per box for 2 pcs baked; from $70 per box for 8 pcs snowskin

Dates: 25th August 2020 to 1st October 2020

To order your mooncakes, visit the website here.

The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore

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You can bring home with you some heritage pride of Singapore with a stunning jewellery box that stores the mooncake 2020 collection. They are mini mooncakes from the baked mooncake or snowskin mooncake flavours.

Their mooncakes come in very great varieties in both categories. They cater to the healthy with White Lotus Seed Paste with Egg Yolk and White Lotus Seed Paste with Macadamia Nuts mooncakes. Yet they also cater to some who are more adventurous as they are alcoholic in its Plantation 1840 mooncake, which is Capitol Kempinski’s signature collection.

The Plantation 1840 mooncake is especially eye-catching. It features the hotel’s signature cocktail in a mini snowskin mooncake form.

Prices: From $70 per box for 8 pcs (any flavour); 20% Early Bird Discount for online store by 31 August 2020

Dates: available now till 1st October 2020

To order your mooncakes, visit the website here.

Hang Heung

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This bakery hails from Hong Kong with more than 100 years of history. During this coming Mid-Autumn Festival, a wide selection of mooncakes are offered, with its signature Double Yolk White Lotus Seed mooncake as its main best seller.

Prices: $18 per pc for Double Yolk White Lotus Seed mooncake; $68.80 for 4 pcs for Double Yolk White Lotus Seed mooncake; $58.80 for 8 pcs of Lava Custard mooncakes 

Dates: available from 25th August 2020 to 1st October 2020

To order your mooncakes, visit the website here.

Li Bai – Sheraton Towers

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If you are up for some delicious snow skin mooncakes for their cold soft texture of the mooncake skin, then head down to Sheraton Towers at Li Bai restaurant.

Its best mooncake is the black truffle sea salt dark chocolate mooncake. Available in gift sets, you can make your pre order from now until the festival.

Prices: From $65.42 per box for 8 pcs

Dates: From 19th August 2020 to 1st October 2020

To order your mooncakes, visit the website here.

Starbucks Singapore

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American coffee chain, Starbucks, offers coffee-infused mooncakes during this Mid- Autumn Festival. Its modern flavours include the Starbucks Coffee with Caramel and Hazelnut Mooncake and the Salted Caramel Chocolate Mooncake. There are also traditional flavours like the Lotus Paste with Egg Yolk and the Pandan Lotus Paste with Egg Yolk. 

Price: $5.90 per pc of mooncake; $59.90 per gift box of 8 pcs of mooncakes

Dates: available now till 1st October 2020
To order your mooncakes, visit the website here.

Mooncake Singapore 2020 – A time for togetherness

With all sorts of craziness that’s happening in the world right now, a festival that celebrates reunion and get-togetherness seems like just the reprieve we need to get away from it all and count our blessings with what we do have in our lives. 

So grab all the mooncakes you possibly can, have fun indulging in them with your family and loved ones, and don’t forget to spread the joy and love!

Happy Mid-Autumn Festival everyone!

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