Hands-on Mooncakes for every type of Mooncake Lover!
Learn to make traditional mooncakes hands-on!
About the workshop
Mooncakes symbolize the Mid-Autumn Festival, a harvest festival celebrated notably by ethnic Chinese and held on the 15th day of the 8th month of the lunar calendar, on a full moon night.
Chinese people celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival by eating mooncakes and in ancient times, having moon worships. In this workshops, you will learn hands-on how to make different types of mooncakes and be able to eat your own masterpieces at the end of the activity!
What you will experience
First off, put on your chef's apron and be introduced to the different types of mooncakes that exist today. Learn the difference between traditional mooncakes and modern iterations, before getting ready to make your own mooncakes! Learn about the various ingredients needed before receiving step-by-step guidance to a completely hands-on workshop.
Sit down and enjoy your handmade treats with your fellow workshop attendees, the way mooncakes were supposed to be enjoyed :)
Cancellation is free of charge 48 hours before the scheduled start time.
Booking must be made 3 days before the scheduled start time.
Please let the chef or a Culturally representative know of any food allergies/preferences before taking the class.
Note: Full workshop address will be included in booking confirmation email.
Nearby this workshop
Bugis Station (Downtown Line/East West Line)