Celebrate Asian Culture in the Blue Mountains at the Moon Festival

In Travel News by The H4C Team

The Blue Mountains party palace – the opulent Hydro Majestic Hotel is hosting a spring Moon Festival to celebrate Asian culture on September 26 and 27. 

Wander the harvest-themed stalls showcasing the best of local and regional produce at the undercover market by the cheerful glow of Chinese lanterns. Here you’ll have plenty of opportunity to sup on noodles, dumplings, barbecue skewers, wok-fried finger food and Asian-inspired desserts; taste traditional moon cake; see the dragon dance and drum performance and learn about the long association of Chinese culture at this grand, recently refurbished hotel. 

According to the Escarpment Group General Manager Ralf Bruegger, the Hydro Majestic’s rich Asian History dates back to the 20th century. Chinese workers disilusioned with the lack of fortune in the Bathurst goldfields found themselves stranded in the Blue Mountains where they were employed by Mark Foy who built the Majestic.

Heralded as a palace in the wilderness, the Hydro Majestic is the place to be to have fun and for luxury accommodation in the Blue Mountains.

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