Celebrate Mid-Autumn Festival with NagaWorld’s Mooncakes

NagaWorld in Phnom Penh is marking the lunar Mid-Autumn Festival with a range of delicious, hand-crafted mooncakes.

The selection of baked traditional treats take in green tea, white lotus, dragon fruit and durian fillings in double or single yolk. The delicate mini snowy mooncakes are non-baked and filled with a choice of mango and strawberry, enveloped in a soft and thin skin made from glutinous flour.

Also known as the Moon Festival, Mid-Autumn Festival is celebrated on the 15th day of the eighth lunar month of the Chinese calendar – Sep. 15 this year. This is when the moon is at its peak celestial glow for the whole year.

The festival is iconic in China, Vietnam and Singapore, and is growing in popularity across the Kingdom.

Its aim is to reunite family and friends, and is symbolised by sharing mooncakes under the glow of the moon.

NagaWorld’s mooncakes, starting at $8 for one and $30 for a box of four, are available until Sep. 15.