How to get your dance party on this holiday season!
Posted January 12, 2018 03:27:53 If you’re looking for a party for all the family, you can make it happen.
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Whether you’re planning your first or second annual holiday party or just a quick and fun party, this guide is here to help you get started.
-SingaporeanSingapore is the largest island in the Greater Mekong Delta, the largest and most densely populated city in Southeast Asia.
Singapore is also known as the “Little Garden of the Seas,” and is home to some of the most beautiful and iconic attractions in the world.
Singapore also boasts a strong and vibrant arts scene, with more than 50 international and national cultural institutions, including the Singapore Institute of Arts, Singapore Museum of Contemporary Art, and Singapore Institute for Contemporary Art.
-ChineseCultural Center of Singapore, the oldest in Southeast Asian, was established in 1958, with the aim of promoting cultural exchange and understanding.
Today, its renowned for its award-winning cultural heritage, including cultural and educational institutions, cultural festivals, cultural events and performances.
-MalaysianDining Hall of Singapore (DHS) was established by the Malaysian government in 1974 to provide quality dining experiences to Singaporeans and Malaysians.
The facility is located in the city of Bandar Seri Begawan, near Kuala Lumpur.
-Hong KongDining and Entertainment Hall, known as HKDA, opened in 1999.
The hall is a three-level, five-story building with an observation deck, with a view of the city skyline.
HKDA has been providing dining, entertainment and cultural events to the Hong Kong and Macau populations for over 30 years.
-FrenchDining hall, known locally as Les Décorations de la France (DDF), opened in 2008, providing a variety of dining, shopping, and entertainment experiences to the French and other global markets in Paris.
-JapanDining, shopping and entertainment halls, known commonly as Shibuya and Akihabara, have been opening in Tokyo, Fukuoka, Osaka and Fukuokas area, each offering a unique and exclusive dining experience.
The halls are located at the intersection of the main JR and I Line trains.
-IndonesianBudget Japanese dining halls, including Nishi, Tashiro, and Kamiyama, have opened in Jakarta.
Visit our dining guide to find the right Japanese restaurant for you!
-KoreanDining in Seoul, including Seungsuwan, has been open for more than 30 years, offering affordable and stylish Japanese dining experiences, with over 25 dining halls and several entertainment venues, including many outdoor areas.
It also has several cultural venues.
-MexicanDining halls in the Mexican cities of Mexico City and Ciudad Juarez have been providing a diverse and enjoyable dining experience to tourists for decades.
-PolishDining centers in Warsaw and Warsawń, including Dziewyczne, have long been popular for Polish tourists, with restaurants, restaurants, and other food and drink shops, offering a variety and quality of Polish food and drinks, as well as a large variety of cultural activities and exhibitions.
-RussianDining at Russia’s largest shopping malls, including Kirov and Nizhny Novgorod, has become popular for visiting Russians and visiting foreign markets in Russia.
Visit RussianDining for the most up-to-date news about dining halls in Russia and other Russian cities.
-TaiwanDining has been expanding its footprint in Taiwan, with several new dining halls opening in Taipei.
Visit Dining.gov to find out more about dining in Taiwan.
-GermanDining was founded in 1867 in Cologne, Germany.
The Dining Hall is located at Berlin’s Bibliothek and is one of the largest dining halls of its kind in Europe.
-New ZealandDining is a global destination for dining, with many dining halls across New Zealand offering a wide variety of meals, including traditional European, Asian and Middle Eastern cuisines.
Visit the Dining section of our website to find a dining place near you!
*Dining includes not only a meal but also entertainment, a shopping area and a concert venue.
Dining is not available at events or festivals.
For information about other dining options in your area, contact the local food hall.