Moon Cakes from around town

| August 10, 2012
Celebrate mid-Autumn Festival or Zhongqui Festival with some moon cakes. Here is a compilation of place where you can get the Chinese sweet moon cakes in many variety of fillings.

Mooncake Conrad Bangkok 20 August until 30 September 2012

Conrad Bangkok, located at Wireless Road will once again feature its celebrated range of gourmet mooncakes. From August 20th – September 30th, the hotel offers four distinct mooncake flavours namely Durian with Yolk, Lotus Seeds with Yolk, Custard with Yolk and Mixed Five Nuts with Yolk….Read more

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Mooncakes Festival at Dusit Thani Bangkok

Following the success of last year’s Mooncake Festival, The Mayflower and Dusit Gourmet will once again be offering an irresistible selection of flavourings and fillings to fortify the hotel’s reputation as the place with the best mooncakes in town….Read more

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Shang Palace at Shangri-la hotel new low sugar mooncakes

Shang Palace at Shangri-La Hotel, Bangkok adds a new low sugar lotus seed mini mooncake with snow skin to the restaurant’s popular mooncake collection to celebrate the traditional Mid-Autumn Festival in the Chinese calendar. The mooncakes are available from 10 August to 2 October 2012. The fillings of Shang Palace’s home-made mooncakes this year include mixed .… Read more

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Mooncakes Festival At Renaissance Bangkok Ratchaprasong Hotel

Make someone’s Mid Autumn Festival extra special with delicious mooncakes in superb. Fei Ya, Chinese Restaurant and Flavors, International Restaurant as well as The One by Renaissance reveal the most flavorful including lotus seed & coffee, red bean & chestnut, durian with yolk and custard varieties present for dear families and friends during this delightful occasion.… Read more

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MOONCAKES FESTIVAL AT MILLENNIUM HILTON BANGKOK

August approaches and with it comes a Chinese tradition well-loved and celebrated here in the City of Angels. The Mid-Autumn Festival brings not only an auspicious occasion and a chance to gather with family, but also that revered delicacy, the Mooncake…..Read more

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Moon Cakes at Centara Grand Mirage Beach Resort Pattaya

The mid-Autumn Festival or Zhongqui Festival is one of the most important in the Chinese and Vietnamese calendar, it’s the lunar harvest festival and will occur this year on 30th September. Its traditional to celebrate this festival by eating moon cakes, the size of the human palm filled with either lotus seed, red or black bean paste. There salty duct egg yolk at the centre representing the full moon …Read more

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