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Traditional Chinese New Year rendition at the Taj


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Chef Samila and Avishek

 

Experiencing the Lion Dance

Taj Samudra Colombo celebrated the Chinese New Year in grand style at the authentic Chinese venue The

Golden Dragon on 5 February with guests. Taj Samudra celebrated the occasion with cuisine that addresses all the traits with preparations that are satisfying, customised to taste and smartly made. Guests indulged in a traditional Chinese New Year rendition with a lion dance experience in the evening at the Golden Dragon.

So dine at the Golden Dragon for an enticing Chinese New Year experience that promises a memorable culinary journey till 11 February during lunch and dinner!

 


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