Every year, Malaysian brands go the extra mile to create visually stunning ang pao packets to be gifted to their beloved patrons. And with Chinese New Year fast approaching, you might still be stuck wondering which red packets you should get this year to STUN your nieces and nephews.
Check out some of our favourite designs (so far)!
Who said you can’t enjoy yourself some fresh and premium quality steaks on CNY? Not us, cause Maria’s Steakcafe is one of the best steakhouses in KL. Receive a complementary pack of Maria’s Steakcafe limited edition ang pao packets with any purchase above RM300 in a single receipt!
Red Box Plus Pavilion
Where you at, karaoke lovers? This is a sign to gather all your friends or relatives and get to SINGING. Receive a complementary limited edition ang pao with a minimum spend of RM100 in a single receipt.
The Alley has launched three-limited edition ang pao packet designs that put a unique twist on this age-old tradition. The Alley has brought back their Chinese New Year campaign of free ang pao packets with a purchase of RM28 and above starting from the 15th of January 2022.
With a minimum purchase of RM28 and above of their products, you get to enjoy complementary red HUAT packets that’re gonna bring you luck in being a tiger in bed. You know what we mean there. Besides, who wouldn’t fancy ONE Condom’s Year of Tiger ang pao set AND some condoms to use?
Using other banks? Who cares. Look at HSBC, cause no other banks are doing it like them. Their 2022 red packets have embossed paper and drawing AND shiny gold patterns. HSBC has truly outdone themselves this year.
Inside Scoop is bringing their new year’s manifestation one step closer with their prettiest ang pao to date! In Chinese culture, orchids symbolize wealth and fortune. And to make the symbolism more apparent, their ang pao come with vouchers worth RM40 for the extra HUAT. Get their ang pao vouchers with every purchase of their CNY collection in stores, GrabFood, and the online store NOW!
Celebrate the Lunar New Year with these uniquely fabulous ang pao packets!
Let’s say you’re on the receiving end instead.
Now that the money has been spent and the red packets are empty, do you wish you had a way to deal with so many extra ang pao lying around? Say no more, fam.
Here are 4 ways you can use those leftover ang pao and try to forget about the large hole in your wallets:
Happy (early) Chinese New Year! 新年好!