Mooncake deliveries in Singapore
With National Day breezing through in August, the next date to mark on the calendar is Mid-Autumn Festival. This annual event is celebrated on the 15th day of the eighth month in the lunar calendar–where the moon is at its brightest and fullest. This year, it’s celebrated on 1 October 2020. Tucking into tasty mooncakes and sipping on tea is a common way for families to commemorate this occasion. To help you out, here are 10 mooncake deliveries in Singapore to check out.
1. Raffles Hotel Singapore
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At 133 years old, Raffles Hotel is one of the oldest hotel in Singapore. This historic hotel has hosted the likes of Queen Elizabeth and Michael Jackson, while serving up tasty fare through the years. The hotel’s signature mooncake is the Champagne Truffle Snow-Skin Mooncake ($78 for a box of eight) and features a white chocolate truffle that is filled with champagne-infused cream. The chocolate truffle is then covered with white lotus seed paste, and wrapped with a chewy snow skin.
Be sure to also check out the new Yuzu and Osmanthus Truffle Snow-Skin Mooncake ($76 for a box of eight). This unique-flavoured mooncake is filled with aromatic yuzu and packs a combination of tart and floral flavours. There’s an early-bird promotion for UOB Cardmembers that allows them to get 25% off any mooncakes from Raffles Hotel from now till 31 August 2020. Those who make their purchase from 1 to 25 September 2020 will be able to enjoy a 20% discount as well. There’s a delivery charge of $40, but self-collection is free.
2. Mandarin Oriental, Singapore
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Tea and mooncake are a match made in heaven. But the creative team at Mandarin Oriental, Singapore has raised the bar and come up with tea-infused mooncakes. The Lugu Oolong Tea with Melon Seeds ($84 for a box of four) is an indulgent new creation that combines silver lotus paste with strong fermented black tea and crunchy melon seeds. The result is a soothing blend of semi-sweet flavours that goes very nicely with a cup of Chinese tea. Classic favourites are also available, with the Low Sugar Silver Lotus Paste with Double or Single Yolk (from $78 for a box of four) making a return as well. This low-sugar alternative is a great choice for those looking for something healthier.
From 24 August to 1 October 2020, UOB Cardmembers can get 15% off online orders by simply using the UOB15 discount code during checkout. Delivery option is available and charges apply.
Mandarin Oriental, Singapore website
3. Conrad Centennial Singapore
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Delicate and flavourful snow skin mooncakes are hard to resist. Conrad Centennial Singapore pushes out a tantalising selection of snow skin mooncakes, with four exciting flavours. Choose from classic flavours such as Green Tea ($86 for eight pieces) or other more unique variants such as Royal Hazelnut Crunch, Purple Sweet Potato with Pumpkin and the new Sea Salt Gula Melaka that are also available at the same price. The mooncake boxes come in a deep crimson red and come with dancing phoenix and pretty butterfly motifs.
UOB Cardmembers can enjoy a whopping 35% off these mooncakes if they purchase them before 28 August 2020. For those who miss the window, a 30% discount also applies for purchases made from 29 August to 27 September 2020. Delivery is available at $60, but self-collection is free.
4. Grand Hyatt Singapore
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The wide assortment of alcohol-laced snow skin mooncakes at Grand Hyatt Singapore will be great gifts for booze heads out there. They’re inspired by the hotel’s famous martini bar, and feature exciting flavours such as Champagne Truffle and Lychee Martini Truffle. They cost $80 for eight pieces, and you can take your pick from a total of nine snow skin flavours and pack them all up in a beautiful limited-edition emerald green tingkat-inspired box.
From now to 31 August 2020, UOB Cardmembers can score 35% off the mooncakes here. A 30% discount is also available from 1 September to 1 October 2020. It’ll cost $30 to get it delivered straight to your doorstep for orders less than $300.
Grand Hyatt Singapore order form
5. Regent Singapore
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Regent Singapore has released a special set of snow skin mooncakes that combine the effort of three of the hotel’s restaurants: Basilico Italian Restaurant, Manhattan Bar, and Summer Palace. The result is a varied selection of international flavours. The Regent’s Snow Skin Collection ($79.44 for eight) is a great way to sample all the different mooncakes, with a total of eight flavours to try from. Some highlights from the range include pistachio fig with amarena cherry, a unique Italian-inspired creation by the Basilico and the Macapuno, a dark rum, spiced coconut, and yuzu flavour combination that’s whipped up by Manhattan’s head bartender.
UOB Cardmembers can enjoy a 15% discount for all mooncakes. Delivery charge of $18 per location will apply.
6. Crystal Jade
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Crystal Jade is going back to basics with their classic Traditional Baked White Lotus Paste with Single Yolk and Traditional Baked White Lotus Paste with Double Yolk. The mooncakes are a firm favourite among their customers and come with a thin golden-brown pastry skin that contains a generous filling of low-sugar natural white lotus paste. The mooncakes start from $40.70 for a box of two and they come packed in an eco-friendly gift box. Snow skin mooncakes are available and diners can get the Assorted Petite Snow Skin Mooncake ($72.80 for eight pieces) that comes with four different flavours that include the likes of taro and sea salt caramel.
UOB Cardmembers can score 25% off the mooncakes from now till 6 September 2020 by simply using their UOB Card. A 20% discount is applied for all orders made from 7 September to 1 October 2020. On top of that, use the promo code CJMID10 to get an additional 10% off orders made online. Delivery options are available and a fee of $12 applies.
7. The Fullerton Hotel Singapore
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The Fullerton Hotel Singapore has been offering quality mooncakes from its Cantonese restaurant, Jade, for 11 years and they’re no stranger to both classic and novel flavours. Those looking for the original mooncake experience can try The Fullerton Baked Classics ($71 for four pieces) featuring four different flavours. These include low sugar baked white lotus paste with single and double yolk, baked mixed nuts with black dates, and baked red bean and pineapple with tangerine peel.
If you’re ordering in bulk, be sure to use a UOB Card and get 25% off mooncakes with a minimum purchase of 10 classic boxes from 18 August to 6 September 2020. Those looking to order in smaller quantities can still enjoy up to 20% off selected mooncakes from 18 August to 1 October 2020. Delivery is free for orders of more than 50 boxes.
8. InterContinental Singapore
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Comforting Peranakan flavours reign at InterContinental Singapore. The hotel has whipped up a tantalising selection of Peranakan-inspired snow skin mooncakes, with the Heritage Collection ($84 for four pieces) being the star of the show. This mooncake box contains familiar dessert flavours, and will include a piece of Chendol, Pulut Hitam, Coconut Kaya, and Durian Pengat mooncake. We’re keeping our eye out for the chendol flavour, which is packed with gula melaka with red bean, coconut, and pandan jelly.
If you have a UOB Card, you’ll be able to get 25% off the mooncakes here from now till 30 August 2020. Those who get their mooncakes from 1 to 25 September 2020 will also be able to enjoy a 20% discount. There will be a delivery charge of $15 for orders less than 50 boxes.
InterContinental Singapore website
9. Four Seasons Hotel Singapore
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Four Seasons Hotel Singapore is home to Jiang-Nan Chun, a Michelin-starred Cantonese restaurant known for its dim sum and Peking duck that’s roasted in a wood-fired oven and served with caviar. This Mid-Autumn Festival will see the return of the joint’s signature Smoked Duck with Assorted Nuts and Lime Mooncake ($78 for four), inspired by Jiang-Nan Chun’s signature Peking Duck. Snow skin mooncakes are also available and diners can go for the Jiang-Nan Chun Medley – Snow Skin Mooncake ($88 for eight) with the likes of Litchi with Raspberry and Rose, Mao Shan Wang Durian, Bird’s Nest with Custard, and Hazelnut Royaltine Chocolate on offer.
An early-bird promotion is available for UOB Cardmembers when they make their orders directly at the hotel, with 30% off all mooncakes from now till 6 September 2020. Those who make their purchase from 7 September to 1 October 2020 will get to enjoy 15% off.
Four Seasons Hotel Singapore order form
10. Yan Ting, The St. Regis Singapore
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Fans of snow skin mooncakes should give the ones at Yan Ting, The St. Regis Singapore a try. The Cantonese restaurant has come up with a beautiful range of tea-infused and novelty snow skin mooncakes. The Assorted Mini Snowskin Mooncakes ($78 for eight pieces) – feature all four flavours of snow skin mooncakes, and tea lovers can get to enjoy the likes of osmanthus, royal milk tea, and green tea flavours. Fans of durian mooncakes can also consider the best-selling Pure ‘Mao Shan Wang’ Durian ($118 for eight pieces) that’s filled with creamy bittersweet Mao Shan Wang durian.
UOB Cardmembers can get 20% off all mooncakes from now till 6 September 2020. A 15% discount is also available for all purchases made from 7 September to 1 October 2020. Be sure to also use the promo code of UOB + the first six digits of your UOB Card number!
Yan Ting, The St. Regis Singapore website
Online mooncake delivery discounts with UOB Cards
From the classic lotus paste to exciting new flavours such as hazelnut and sweet potato, there is a mooncake for everyone. When considering which mooncake to get as a gift, take note that the box is equally as important. Mooncake manufacturers place a lot of emphasis on their boxes and selecting the right one is a matter of personal preference.
To enjoy the discounts on these mooncakes, be sure to bring along a UOB Card. Using this bank card lets you enjoy loads of food promotions and discounts, along with 1-for-1 deals!
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