Where To Buy Your Chinese New Year Goodies (11 Places To Go!)

Where To Buy Your Chinese New Year Goodies (11 Places To Go!)

With Chinese New Year just around the corner, it’s time to stock up on your favourite snacks to celebrate once again. 

Whether it’s sweet, savoury or unique, we’ve got something for you and your loved ones in our list of the best places to go to for CNY goodies!

Local Options: 

As it has been a very challenging period for businesses, we believe that there’s no better time than now to support local brands. Check out these options for your CNY snacks!

1. Kele

Kele

[Image from Kele’s Facebook page]

Kele’s pineapple tarts (from $29.80) are made with a 30-year-old jam recipe and premium ingredients. 

The result? A jam-to-tart ratio that is just right, with the perfect blend of tangy and sweet flavours. Available in both open-faced or ball forms, their pineapple tarts are available in a range of flavours including Matcha, Cocoa and Golden Cheese, among others. 

Address: 2 Smith Street, Singapore 058917

Visiting times: 11am – 8pm daily

Learn more here

2.  Delcie’s Desserts and Cakes

Delcie’s

[Image from Delcie’s Facebook page]

For those who are health conscious or have older family members who prefer less sugary goodies, the selection at Delcie’s Desserts and Cakes is perfect for you. 

Their dairy-free and eggless Coconut Love Letters ($32.80) and diabetic-friendly vegan Mini Pineapple Tarts ($35) are good options for you to indulge without the guilt.

Address: 34 Whampoa West, #01-83, Singapore 330034

Visiting times: 11am – 6pm on Monday, 11am – 8pm from Tuesday to Sunday

Learn more here

3.  Poon Confectionary

Poon Confectionary

[Image from Poon Confectionary’s Facebook page]

Poon Confectionary keeps their snacks completely homemade, setting them apart from bigger bakeries. 

Their Award Winning Premium Kueh Bangit ($16.39) are hand-made and contain fresh, naturally grounded coconut without preservatives. Light and powdery, these cookies will melt in your mouth and leave a coconut aftertaste.

Address: Geylang Lorong 8, Wing Fong Building, Singapore 399685

Visiting times: By appointment, 10am – 10pm on live chat

Learn more here

4.  Kim Hock GuanKim Hock Guan

[Image from Kim Hock Guan’s website]

Operating since 1905, Kim Hock Guan is one of the OGs in the local Bak Kwa scene. This family-run business has been around for five generations with two operating outlets. 

Instead of using minced pork, their recipe consists of traditionally sliced pork, giving their Bak Kwa a more chewy texture. In terms of flavour, expect it to be savoury and smoky, with a hint of sweetness.

Their outlets include:

Address: 150 South Bridge Road, #01-02 Fook Hai Building, Singapore 058727

Visiting times: 10am – 7pm from Monday to Friday, 10am – 8pm on Saturday, 11am – 7pm on Sunday

Address: 180 Bencoolen Street, #01-25 The Bencoolen, Singapore 189646

Visiting times: 10:30am – 8:30pm daily

Learn more here

5.  Don Pie

Don Pie

[Image from Don Pie’s Facebook page]

What makes Don Pie’s Kueh Lapis (from $35) different from the rest is a labour-intensive 2 hour baking process. 

With at least 18 layers, the cake is baked and packed one layer at a time, resulting it being moister and less oily. Expect their Kueh Lapis to be smooth and rich with a buttery taste.

Their outlets include:

Address: 107 North Bridge Rd, #B2-K10 Funan Mall, Singapore 179105

Visiting times: 10am – 8pm daily

Address: 3155 Commonwealth Ave West, #B1-K7 Clementi Mall, Singapore 129588

Visiting times: 10am – 10pm daily

 Learn more here

6. Teaspoon Of Love

Teaspoon Of Love

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Known for their seasonal tea-infused confections, Teaspoon Of Love started as a mother-and-daughter duo in 2014 creating baked goods and cakes for special occasions. 

If you’d like to get something a little more unique, their Signature Earl Grey Pineapple Tarts ($32.90) and Hojicha Butter Cookies ($15.90) would be interesting choices.

Their pickup points include:

Address:

Blk 171 Ang Mo Kio Ave 4 #12-503, Singapore 560171 

87B Upper East Coast Rd, Singapore 455223

Visiting times: Pickups only, available for online orders

Learn more here

7. Mirana Cake House

Mirana Cake House

[Image from Mirana Cake House’s website]

Another family-owned business, Mirana Cake House is a local bakery that offers cakes, desserts and bread. 

Their CNY goodies are made with a Nyonya influence and their range includes traditional snacks such as Pineapple Tarts (from $20), Kueh Baulu ($16) and their fragrant Nyonya Love Letters ($22).

Their outlets include:

Address: 133 New Bridge Road, #B1-41 Chinatown Point, Singapore 059413

Visiting times: 10am – 10pm daily

Address: Blk 248 Simei Street 3, #01-102, Singapore 520248

Visiting times: 10am – 9pm daily 

Learn more here

8. Ooh Mala

Ooh Mala

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Mala fans, Ooh Mala’s range of snacks will delight your taste buds. Made with real ingredients for an authentic Mala taste, their snacks have a distinct punchy, robust flavour.

Their snacks include Fish Skin ($10.80), Prawn Crackers ($5), Potato Chips ($7) and even Marshmallows ($10).

Ooh Mala snacks are available at Cold Storage, Giant and FairPrice Finest outlets islandwide. View the full list here.

Learn more here

Premium Options:

Getting those CNY goodies as a gift or just feeling fancy? Here are some premium options you can explore.

9. Java+

Java+

[Image from Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza’s Facebook page]

Want to pamper your family members or show your appreciation to friends? Java+ offers a variety of CNY snacks curated by Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel.

Choose from Crispy Marshmallow Chocolate Cookies ($40) and Crispy Rice Cornflake Slices ($40), among other goodies. If you’re feeling generous, they have hampers (from $280) too.

Address: 320 Orchard Rd, Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel, Singapore 238865

Visiting times: 11am – 9pm daily

Learn more here

10.  Crowne Plaza Changi Airport

Crowne Plaza Changi Airport

[Image from Crowne Plaza’s website]

If you’re looking for insta-worthy CNY goodies, Crowne Plaza’s cute and quirky treats will be up your alley. 

Their ‘Huat’ Prosperity Pineapple Tarts ($38+ for 12 pieces) will be a hit with mahjong fans and Ang Ku Kueh Koi Fish ($18+ for a pair) will spruce up any snack table. 

Address: 75 Airport Boulevard, #01-01 Singapore 819664

Visiting times: 11am – 7pm daily

Learn more here

11.  Pan Pacific Singapore

Pan Pacific

[Image from Pan Pacific’s Facebook page]

Do you like macarons or know someone who does? Pan Pacific’s Chinese New Year Prosperity-themed Macarons ($62 for 12 pieces) would be a great way to usher in the new year. 

Also, dig into their original creations including the new Prosperity Brown Sugar Peanut Cake ($72), luxurious Yu Sheng Platters (from $58) and more.

Address: 7 Raffles Boulevard, Singapore 039595

Visiting times: Various collection time slots available

Learn more here 

More Savings, More CNY Goodies

Buying your CNY goodies can cost quite a bit, especially if you are going for the premium options.

Thankfully, with iSwitch, you can enjoy guaranteed savings off your electricity bill & save back your spending!

Learn more about our residential plans here.

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