Savour a selection of festive treats on the ground and in the skies with Emirates.

Mandarin oranges are also exchanged to signify luck and prosperity.

From 23-26 January, First Class and Business Class travellers heading to or from China, Singapore and Malaysia will each receive a custom Emirates red packet with two chocolate gold coins inside, symbolising a year of good fortune and blessings. The red packets for First Class travellers will be included in the goodie basket while those in Business Class will receive the red packets with their lunch or dinner.

In addition to the regionally inspired cuisine served on board, passengers travelling to and from China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia & Vietnam, between 23-31 January will enjoy a selection of festive sweet treats across all classes. First Class and Business Class travellers will end their meal on a sweet note with a delectable slice of red velvet and lychee cake, while Economy Class passengers can tuck into a mouth-watering red velvet and lychee mousse.

Prior to boarding, customers in premium classes can treat themselves to an assortment of Chinese dishes at Emirates lounges in Dubai, Bangkok, Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur, Beijing, Shanghai and Singapore from 24-26 January. In the lounges in Dubai, delicacies such as poached dumplings with spring onions and black vinegar; Sixi meatballs cooked with pakchoy and baby carrot, and shredded Szechuan chicken salad will be served. Passengers can satisfy their sweet tooth with red velvet and lychee cake or tasty coconut and mango tapioca treats.