Mooncake Singapore 2021 Ultimate Roundup: Best Mooncake Promotions this Mid-Autumn Festival

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30 Best Mooncake Promotions this Mid-Autumn Festival Worth Queuing for

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 21st September 2021, the 15th day of the eighth month in the lunar calendar.

With whatever 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 2021’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 2021!

Image credit: Bread Garden

When it comes to top quality mooncakes, Bread garden is the place to go. Featuring a diverse range of flavours from their Signature Golden Royale to their new creation, the Cheesy Royale Snowskin, they offer mooncakes made from only high quality, premium ingredients,

As for durian lovers, their MSW durian mooncakes are one of their best sellers as it consists of rich and creamy MSW durian flesh, giving it a kick of flavour. Not to mention, their wide array of mooncake gift sets!

Address: 283 Bukit Batok East Avenue 3 #01-257, Singapore

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Phone: +65 6560 2923
Image credit: Madame Fan, JW Marriott Singapore South Beach

For this year’s mid-autumn festival, JW Marriott Singapore South Beach has created a Full Moon Reigns Mid-Autumn Collection which includes both the classic baked mooncakes and delectable snowskin mooncakes handcrafted by contemporary Cantonese restaurant, Madame Fan. Not to mention, the mooncakes come in one of two beautiful gift boxes. 

“The Blossom Blue gift box is a marble box decorated with royal blue cherry blossoms which signifies love in Chinese culture and the Peranakan Teal gift box is a marble box adorned with Peranakan motifs.

Their signature baked mooncakes include the Blueberry Paste with Chia Seeds which will surprise you with its explosion of flavour, their low-sugar classic Single Yolk Lychee Lotus Paste and Double Yolk Lotus Paste.

Address: 30 Beach Road, Nicoll Highway Singapore

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Phone: +65 6818 1908
Image credit: Orchard Hotel Singapore

Hua Ting Restaurant at Orchard Hotel Singapore is led by Hong Kong Masterchef, Lap Fai. He has managed to stay true to the tradition of authentic Cantonese classics despite constantly innovating and evolving his mooncakes.

Some of the customers’ all-time favourites (made with low sugar) are the White Lotus Paste with Macadamia Nuts, Seeds of Harmony (Assorted Nuts) and the Black Sesame Paste with Melon Seeds. Make sure to also try out their interesting new flavour, Wasabi with Roasted Hazelnut Mini Snowskin Mooncake which has a hint of spice!

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For those who are health-conscious, look out for InterContinental Singapore’s traditional low-sugar White Lotus Mooncake with Macadamia Nuts which not only looks good but tastes good too. However, if you are looking for something new to excite your taste buds, you can try their Red Bean Tangerine Paste with Double Yolks Baked Mooncake that has a sweet-tangy blend to it.

Snow Skin Mooncake-lovers will be excited to know about the Snow Skin Mooncakes: Secret Garden bundle set which contains 4 delectable mooncakes with tea-based flavours – Earl Grey Baileys Cream Truffle, Japanese Matcha Green Tea Paste and Osmanthus Truffle, Oolong Peach & Black Sesame Truffle, and Rose Flower Tea Truffle with Pistachio.

Address: 80 Middle Road, Singapore 188966

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Phone: +65 6825 1131/+65 6825 1132
Image credit: Crowne Plaza Changi Airport

Crowne Plaza Changi Airport’s selection of mooncakes will definitely satisfy those with adventurous taste buds. Their Assorted Snowskin Mooncakes include interesting flavours such as Mango Pomelo, Orh Nee with Gingko Nuts, Yuzu and Adzuki Beans. However, for those who prefer to stick with the classics, their Assorted Baked Mooncakes set is the perfect choice. It comes in traditional flavours such as White Lotus Paste with Double Yolk, Low Sugar White Lotus Paste with Macadamia Nuts, Nyonya Mixed Nuts and White Lotus Orange Paste with Melon Seeds.

Address: 75 Airport Boulevard, #01-01, Singapore

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Phone: +65 6823 5300
Image credit: The Peninsula

Handled by Michelin-starred chef Tang Chi Keung, The Peninsula’s mooncake collection is highly sought after every year. Their decadent Mini Egg Custard Mooncakes are made from ingredients such as duck eggs and coconut milk to add a special touch of flavour, making it dangerously addictive. You can also try out their other flavours such as Walnut and Fig-flavoured Egg Custard and also their Honeyed Date Lotus Seed Paste.

Address: 2 Orchard Turn, Singapore

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Phone: +65 6835 9798
Image credit: Raffles Hotel Singapore

If you’re opting for an alcoholic flavour, Raffles Hotel Singapore’s Champagne Truffle Snowskin Mooncake is the most popular option in Singapore. It features truffles made up of white chocolate shells and champagne-infused cream which blends in seamlessly, creating an exceptional flavour.

On the other hand, their famous Da Li Rose and Strawberry Chocolate Snowskin Mooncake is another crowd’s favourite as it is the perfect classy dessert. The flavours are rich in layers and not to mention, its appealing pink appearance.

Address: 1 Beach Rd, Singapore

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Phone: +65 6412 1122
Image credit: Regent Singapore

If you are looking for fun and exciting snowskin mooncakes, Regent Singapore has just the thing! Top chefs from their different dining and drinking establishments in Summer Palace, Manhattan and Basilico, have come together to create the Regent’s Snowskin Collection. Notable flavours include fruity flavours derived from Kyoho Grape and Kyoto Dry Gin and also Amalfi Limoncello paired with hints of basil.

Address: 1 Cuscaden Road, Singapore

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Phone: +65 6733 8888
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Out of the ordinary, The Marmalade Pantry offers an Asian-inspired bag with woven rattan texture and bamboo-like handle as their packaging this year instead of the typical mooncake gift boxes. As an added bonus, their divine mooncakes are made with no lard and have a lower sugar content. The Marmalade Mix mooncake set is perfect for those who are looking for a mix of traditional and modern, fun flavours. It contains classic flavours such as Lotus with Double Yolk and Black Sesame with Macadamia Nuts and also flavours with a twist such as Pandan Kaya with Melon Seeds and Earl-grey infused lotus paste.

Address: 100 Peck Seah St, Oasia Hotel Downtown, #01-01, Singapore

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Phone: +65 6664 0348
Image credit: Shangri-La Hotel Singapore

Shangri-La’s variety of mooncakes cater to a wide age range. Their Bird’s Nest Gift Box which contains Mini Custard Bird’s Nest mooncakes suits the more sophisticated taste buds whereas their mini Dino-Milo Mooncakes are a favourite among children.

For those who prefer something more traditional, their Shang Palace Four Treasures comes with lotus in single and double yolk. They are also made with reduced sugar, mixed nuts with chicken ham, and plain white lotus.

Address: 22 Orange Grove Road Singapore
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Phone: +65 6213 4398
Image credit: The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore

At the Capitol Kempinski, they bring you mooncakes that have a mix of oriential tradition and western-inspired flavours. Enjoy mini versions of snowskin mooncake flavours such as strawberry, champagne truffle, lychee rose and Mao Shan Wang durian, as well as mini versions of baked mooncakes. As an added bonus, their mooncakes come in beautiful boxes, decorated with stained-glass windows and cut out designs.

Address: 15 Stamford Rd, Singapore

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Phone: 6368 8888
Image credit: The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore

Known for their floral, fruity and nutty flavours, be sure to try Ritz-Carlton’s Lychee Tea Paste with Macadamia mooncake this Mid-Autumn! Be sure to also try their mini snowskin Amber Treasure, and favourites such as the mini snowskin Lycheetini and Mao Shan Wang durian mooncakes.

Address: Marina Bay 7, Raffles Ave
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Phone: +65 6337 8888
Image credit: Lady M

Light up your Mid-Autumn this year with the Celebration of Lights gift set by Lady M, in collaboration with Kee Wah Bakery! Mooncakes includethree custard and three chocolate-flavoured ones. This limited edition gift set comes in the form of a ferris wheel box which even rotates and lights up!

Address: 181 Orchard Road, #01-27 & #02-07 Singapore

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Phone: +65 6509 3673
Image credit: Mandarin Oriental, Singapore

Tea flavoured mooncakes are in store for tea lovers at Mandarin Oriential’s Cherry Garden! Introducing the traditional baked Tie Guan Yin with Macadamia Nuts, Bi Luo Chun Green Tea with guava and chestnut snowskin, chestnut paste with Hokkaido milk, apricot and melon seeds, and pandan coconut snowskin flavours. On top of everything, the lychee martini and chocolate truffle snowskin mooncakes will also be returning, so be sure to check them out as well!

Address: 5 Raffles Ave, Singapore
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Phone: +65 6338 0066
Image credit: Goodwood Park Hotel

Rejoice, Durian lovers, as Goodwood Park Hotel’s well-known Durian snow skin mooncakes are coming back! Let’s welcome back the signature D24 Durian, Mao Shan Wang, and Black Thorn Durian Snowskin Mooncakes.

Their Cempedak Snowskin Mooncake, and elegant-looking Blue Pea Flower with White Lotus Paste and Melon Seeds Snowskin Mooncake are also making a comeback.

The box for this year boasts intricate gold floral motifs. These elegant boxes are perfect for gifting your loved ones.. Limited edition boxes are also available exclusively for 4 pieces of baked mooncakes.

Address: 22 Scotts Rd, Singapore

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Phone: +65 6737 7411
Image credit: Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel

Mooncakes at Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel have always been made with the finest ingredients without any added preservatives or artificial flavourings. This year, be on the lookout for 12 new flavours and signature mooncakes made by chefs from the award-winning Wan Hao Chinese Restaurant.

For baked mooncakes, check out their Golden Black Truffle with San Daniele Ham, Single Yolk & Pistachios; Green Bean Paste with Pumpkin Seeds “Gai Zai Bing” and the best seller – White Lotus Seed Paste with Double Yolk.

For a more luxurious treat, check out their limited-edition Luxurious Rose Bird’s Nest with Golden Custard Paste Snowskin Mooncakes, infused with rose syrup for an aromatic experience.

Their red mooncake box is also beautifully decorated with gold peony motifs, which you can choose to recycle and keep for storage of personal items.

Address: 320 Orchard Rd, Singapore

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Phone: +65 6735 5800
Image credit: Janice Wong Singapore

Chocolate mooncakes are famous pastry chef Janice Wong’s speciality. They come in flavours such as kopi ganache and peanut butter paste. In collaboration with the brand Tai Sun, you can also consider the Gula Melaka Macadamia which contains fragrant palm sugar paste with macadamia nuts, and the Yuzu Cranberry with dried cranberry bits!

Address: 290 Orchard Rd, #B1-K28, Singapore

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Phone: +65 9233 7547
Image credit: Sheraton Towers Singapore

The award-winning Li Bai Cantonese restaurant at Sheraton Towers Singapore has come up with 2 new creations to its menu, namely the White Lotus Seed Collagen Paste with Single Egg Yolk mooncake and the new Mini Snow Skin Brown Sugar Mochi. Fans of bubble tea can look forward to the Mini Snow Skin Brown Sugar Mochi mooncake as it is inspired by the famous brown sugar bubble tea, which has brown sugar filling containing chewy mochi.

Address: 39 Scotts Rd, Singapore

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Phone: +65 6839 5623
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Classic baked mooncakes from The St. Regis’s signature Chinese restaurant, Yan Ting, are returning in 4 different flavours! They include the White Lotus Paste with Single, Double or Four Yolks, the decadent White Lotus Paste with Assorted Nuts and Yunnan Ham and the Reduced Sugar White Lotus Paste with Macadamia Nuts. You can also keep a lookout for their snow skin collection which consists of the popular Pure ‘Mao Shan Wang’ Durian, and new flavours like Royal Milk Tea Paste with Gula Melaka Truffle, Pandan Paste with Macadamia nuts and Yuzu Paste with Lemon Citrus.

Address: 29 Tanglin Rd, Singapore

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Phone: +65 6506 6888
Image credit: Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium

Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium is back with new traditional baked mooncakes, consisting of flavours such as green tea, black sesame, lychee, white lotus and more! What’s even better is that more than half of the flavours will be halal.

If you feel like trying new and exciting flavours, be sure to check out their Sea Salt Caramel Praline Snowskin Mooncake, that has a buttery smooth caramel and white lotus seed paste, and the Green Tea Paste with Chrysanthemum Praline Snowskin Mooncake, which has a blend of light floral notes and chocolate praline.

Address: 317 Outram Rd, Singapore
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Phone: +65 6733 0188
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Bored of your traditional mooncakes? Let Chilli Padi Goodies introduce you to their unique kueh lapis mooncake. Their Marble Lapis Snowskin Mooncakes consist of a rich ganache centre with bits of fruits or feuilletine, combined with the kueh lapis to create a harmony of flavours. These unique mooncakes are available in 4 flavours – Lychee Kisses Cranberry Dreams Autumn Blues Hazelnut Nights. Not only are they beautiful from the outside, they are beautiful from the inside too!

Address: Blk 3015, Bedok North St 5, Shimei East Kitchen, #04-21, Singapore

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Phone: +65 6240 6808
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Reinventing classic mooncakes into something more familiar, Old Seng Choong offers four creative flavours in their Four Heavenly King Premium Box – Black Truffle Red Lotus Paste with Bakwa Bird’s Nest Pandan Gula MelakaHae Bee Hiam Red Lotus Paste and White Lotus Paste with Yolk Blend. To top it all off, these mooncakes come in a sleek box of either fuchsia or a deep blue and are decorated with intricate gold illustrations and hardware.

Address: 171 Kampong Ampat, KA Foodlink, #05-04, Singapore
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Phone: +65 6282 0220
Image credit: Si Chuan Dou Hua

Si Chuan Dou Hua’s latest mooncake, the Lychee Paste with Rose, is a definite must-try! Encased in a golden pastry, the mooncake contains a pink-hued interior that is infused with floral notes and fresh lychee bits to create a delectable flavour.

Their mooncakes are also low in sugar and come in a luxurious box adorned with a red and blue peony motif and topped with a bamboo clutch. The box can contain the classic lotus with single or double yolk mooncake, or the jet-black lotus mooncake with crunchy macadamia bits.

Address: 80 Raffles Place #60-01, 1 UOB Plaza,
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Phone: +65 6535 6006
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Adding a twist of romance to the Mid-Autumn Festival, Rive Gauche’s mooncakes come in a Limited Edition Rive Gauche Gift Tin Box which showcases scenes of Paris. Perfect for those without a sweet-tooth, their less sweet Traditional Baked Lotus Paste Mooncake is made with a healthier recipe without compromising the taste. Its fragrant baked mooncake skin contains a smooth and velvety paste that is filled with seeds for an added crunch. It even comes in a neat Limited Edition Tin Box (2-tier for box of 4 pc/1-tier for box of 2-pc), making it the perfect gift for your family and friends who are health-conscious! Make sure to try out their other classic favourites such as their Traditional Baked Lotus Paste Double Yolk Mooncake!

Address: 16 Wan Lee Road, Hinode (S) Pte Ltd, #03-00 Singapore

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Phone: +65 8375 8660
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Keep your eyes peeled for the new mooncake additions from The Fullerton Hotel Singapore. This year, they have created the Jade Signatures Mooncake Collection which includes exciting, notable flavours such as the new raspberry Hokkaido milk, rose green tea with pistachio, and osmanthus with wolfberry snowskin flavours, and also a rose coconut and oolong tea with dried cranberries baked mooncakes.

To add a nostalgic touch, the Clifford Pier Mooncake Tingkat will be making a comeback. Singapore’s national flower, the Vanda Miss Joaquim, will be illustrated on each tiffin carrier which contains four baked mooncakes that has unique local flavours – baked mixed nuts with satay sauce, baked salted lotus with hae bee hiam, baked assam lotus with mango and baked pandan coconut with chendol.

Address: The Fullerton Hotel Singapore, 1 Fullerton Square Singapore

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Phone: +65 6733 8388
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If you’re looking to try whisky flavoured mooncakes, Glenfiddich has it covered for you. In collaboration with Chun Tsubaki, each box of four comes with two snowskin creations – Glenfiddich’s Original Twelve includes matcha-pistachio with roasted barley shell filled with dark brown sugar and a white chocolate pear jam whisky truffle. Meanwhile, Glenfiddich’s Solera Fifteen’s includes a honey and orange blossom filling with a molten dark ganache whisky truffle

Address: 16 Kallang Pl, Singapore
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Fans of Harry Potter, you’re in for a big treat at Awfully Chocolate! In collaboration with Warner Bros., the world’s first ever Harry Potter house themed mooncakes are here! Presenting a red yam lotus mooncake with a single yolk for Gryffindor, pumpkin white lotus for Hufflepuff, a blue pea pu-er lotus flavour for Ravenclaw, and matcha black sesame with black and white sesame seeds for Slytherin. Aside from the red velvet chest mooncake box with the Hogwarts logo and colours, you’re able to collect ceramic plates for each house too!

Address: 131 East Coast Road Singapore
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Phone: +65 6345 2190
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Beautiful looking mooncakes and packaging are Marina Bay Sands’ speciality. This year, they have rolled out tea-infuser tumblers which you can keep for personal use after you’re done with the mooncakes. Mooncakes include sugar lotus paste with melon seeds, pandan with melon seeds and yam and lotus paste with salted egg yolk. The nature-inspired set also comes with two tins of TWG Tea’s Imperial Pu-Erh tea leaves.

Address: 10 Bayfront Ave, Singapore

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Phone: +65 6688 8868
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Crystal Jade’s snow skin and classic baked mooncakes pay tribute to the famous tastes of Hong Kong and Macau. The Macau peanut candy mooncake melts in your mouth with a crunchy peanut brittle, while the Classic Hong Kong milk tea, inspired by cha chaan teng, a popular Hong Kong beverage, comes with dark tea for a bitter finish. Do be sure to try their creamy salted egg yolk custard too, or you can try the red date paste with dried longan and wolfberries, amongst the usual white lotus paste as an alternative.

Address: 391 Orchard Rd, #04-19 Takashimaya shopping centre, Singapore
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Phone: +65 6735 2388
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Shisen Hanten has Japanese flavoured mooncakes in store for you this Mid-Autumn! The Michelin-starred Sichuan restaurant from Japan offers you the Japanese Pumpkin and Sakura Petals with Low Sugar White Lotus Paste, which is an earthy tribute to autumn with smooth pumpkin studded with sakura petals. Other favourites are making a comeback such as the Mixed Nuts with Jamón Ibérico which guarantees a sweet and savoury crunch. The mooncakes also come packed in a dark blue box with a captivating illustration of the hills of chef Chen Kentaro’s hometown in Yokohama.

Address: Level 35, Orchard Wing Mandarin Orchard Singapore, 333 Orchard Rd

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Phone: +65 6831 6262

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