Celebrating Mooncake Festival in Genting Highlands

Usually during Mooncake Festival, most of us will choose to celebrate at home with family, relatives or friends. Not to forget to have different kinds of mooncakes on the table and a pot of Chinese tea for sipping while watching the big bright moon. It was really an enjoying moment. However, have you ever thinking of changing the venue to a chilling mountain? Yes, I am talking about celebrating Mooncake Festival in Genting Highlands. Whole family and friends at the top of the mountain and watching the moon in a much closer view.
What is more exciting is accompanying by a series of premium mooncakes which you will not get anywhere else except on this very mountain itself. Delicious new options for the modern mooncake fan include the light snow skin mango with pomelo, white lotus paste with dried mandarin orange jingsa, sweet corn paste with caramel nuts, cheese jingsa, Golden Jade with lime and nuts, and Golden Jade with buttermilk custard. These new alternatives are lighter in texture and flavour, while still espousing the traditional feel of the more established mooncake variants.
Meet the man behind these amazing mooncakes, Chef Gan Chee Keong. All mooncakes sold are produced in Hotel’s mooncake production kitchen, where a team of specialised mooncake makers work tireless to come up with timeless and creative new culinary offerings with which to celebrate one of the most joyous seasons in the Chinese calendar of festivals.
Also on sale during the Mid-Autumn period are specially designed God of Wealth cookies for two pieces. These shaped biscuits are made using the recipe for traditional mooncake pastry, and are thus, perfect with freshly brewed black tea.
If you are still cannot forget their last season's mooncake selections, do not worry because they are still having it on top of their existing new mooncakes. They are red bean paste mooncake, low-sugar white lotus paste, traditional lotus paste with single yolk, lotus paste with double yolk, Ng Yan  [assorted nut mooncake] and Kam Tui (nuts and preserved fruit mooncake) to more subtly creative options such as green tea lotus paste and durian lotus paste,  white lotus paste with black sesame yolk, Golden Jade with single yolk, Pu Er lotus paste with single yolk and blueberry paste mooncake with single yolk. Resorts World Genting is offering a 30 percent discount for purchases of 50 boxes or above of any four-piece variant set. The discount is not applicable to God of Wealth cookies and Kam Tui mooncakes.

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