A glittering gift box glow with warmth and vitality

Making and sharing mooncakes is one of the hallmark traditions for the Mid-Autumn Festival. An important part of the festival signifies the completeness and unity of families. Grand Hyatt Macau has once again brought its team of talented designers and chefs together to create elegant exclusive-edition mooncakes gift box. Highly prized, the ornate boxes have been painstakingly designed with beautiful luster beads, inspired by the beauty of the Butterfly and Peacock which adorn the surface of the boxes. Also deliberately added dimension of LED lights to integrate the different levels of visual effects


The butterfly symbolizes liveliness and happiness and is represented by the dazzling cobalt blue and rose studs. Taking flight amongst smoked topaz flowers, the butterflies are symbolic of the blessings one wishes for family and friends.


The peacock represents prosperity and of course elegance, particularly when their dramatic and stunning plumage is spread. The geometric feather design on the cover of this box draws the eye in thanks to the colorful and vibrant feathers.


Finally, inside the box are the mooncakes themselves. Representing the moon and moon worship, the delicious cakes come in three different but equally fantastic flavors: Chocolate fondant, Salted egg custard, and Taro with lotus paste. 


Moon Bling Bling gift certificates are now available and priced at MOP 469* each, it can be redeemed at Lobby Boutique from 15 August 2016 to 15 September 2016. Operation hours for the Lobby Boutique and the counter on level 2 will be from noon to 10:00 PM. For more details or to place an order, please contact +853 8868 1908. 


*All prices are in MOP and subject to 5% government tax. 

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