Shangri-La Hotel, Fuzhou’s Summer Palace offers ‘Shangri-La Legend’ moon cake packages presented in seven delicate gift packages, namely, Fu Yue, Xiang Yue, Ji Yue and Xiang Yue, Ru Yue, Yi Yue and Tong Yue.
In accordance with the Shangri-La group’s ISO14001 and HACCP standards, Shangri La Hotel, Fuzhou maintains strict quality control in creating the moon cakes, from ingredient selection to manufacturing.
This year, the ‘Shangri-La Legend’ moon cake packages still offer the classic flavours, such as the Buddha Jumps over the Wall, which was first introduced in 2010, and White Lotus Seed, the ‘Golden Moon Cake’ of China’s 100 Famous Moon Cakes since 2009. Aside from the classic Buddha Jumps over the Wall and White Lotus Seed Paste with Egg Yolk, other newly created healthy products are presented, for instance, Corn and Water Chestnut, Purple Yam, Oat Meal Paste and so on. Furthermore, there is Tong Yue, packaged in the children’s favourite Disney design. Inside are lovely Mickey Mouse-themed moon cakes. With cheese and a variety of fruity flavours, it is expected to be the kids’ preferred snack during the Mid-Autumn Festival.
The ‘Shangri-La Legend’ moon cake packages are priced from RMB128. Starting today till 8 September 2014, guests may purchase or redeem packages from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. at Shangri-La Hotel, Fuzhou. For enquiries and purchasing, please call (86 591) 8798 8566.
Additionally, there will be a series of lucky draw activities on Weibo and WeChat. Netizens who follow the hotel’s official account and repost the related moon cake post will have the opportunity to win a pack of ‘Shangri-La Legend’ moon cake. For further details, please scan the QR codes below
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