Looking for fun things to do with the kids for Easter in Singapore? Your (egg) hunt ends here!
Check out this roundup of 10 awesome activites and venues for celebrating the holiday.
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When: Sunday, April 1; 2 to 6 p.m.
Where: CHIJMES, 30 Victoria Street, 187996
What to expect: Kids aged 5 to 12 are invited to test their skill in conquering various Easter-inspired tasks (“more than just collecting eggs,” the event page boasts). There will be four sessions, and the top three Egg-Splorers of each session will win a “mystery bounty”!
Price: Tickets are $10 each, and must be purchased at least 30 minutes before each Egg-Splore session. Go here to reserve now.
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When: Sunday, April 1; 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Where: Republic of Singapore Yacht Club, The Wharf & Foreshore, 52 West Coast Ferry Road, 126887
What to expect: There are plenty of activities and games to keep your whole crew entertained, from a family egg hunt and egg race relay (for four family members) to Easter egg and basket decorating, face painting and glitter tattoos, stage games and prizes to win! Oh, and there’s brunch included. Read more here.
Price: $32 (adult) and $18 (child)
NEXT: Easter at Flutes! →
When: Sunday, April 1; 10:15 a.m. to 4 p.m.
What to expect: Pay the set price for Flutes’ delish-sounding Easter menu (think Warm Hot Cross Buns, Sunday Roast, Carrot Cake and more), and get a host of fun kid-centric activities for free! Let the little ones play games, do crafts and enjoy an Easter egg hunt on the lovely William Farquhar Terrace (see above). Find out more here.
NEXT: Easter in the Park: Fairies and Pixies →
When: Sunday, April 1; 12 to 3 p.m.
What to expect: Any venue that promises The Great Easter Feast, as Hotel Fort Canning does, is likely pulling out all the stops. And HFC definitely is, with highlights like a Pixies Easter Egg Dash, Enchanted Garden, Pinata Bonanza plus a Best-Dressed Fairy and Pixie Contest. Read more here.
Price: $98.00++ (adult); $59.00++ (child under 12); kids under 4 are free!
NEXT: Discover Egg-Citing Easter with Peter Rabbit →
When: Saturday, March 24, to Sunday, April 15; 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Where: Jurong Bird Park, 2 Jurong Hill Singapore 628925
What to expect: “Meet the mischievous and adventurous hero who has captivated generations at our Peter Rabbit vegetable garden” – and who is coming to big screens near you in a self-titled new movie. At the bird park, kiddos can enjoy nine themed experiences – from meeting a Peter Rabbit mascot to Make-a-Bunny craft project and an Eggs-periment Egg-tivity – while also checking out the usual cool bird shows and more. Check out the details here.
Feeling nostalgic about this classic rabbit tale? Hop over here for Marks & Spencers’ just-for-Easter range of chocolate bunnies!
Price: $29 (adult); $19 (child)
NEXT: Easter Egg Hunt Challenge! →
When: Sunday, April 1; 4:30 to 5:30 p.m.
Where: Waka Waka by The Polliwogs, #05-01, 407 Havelock Rd, 169634; 6738 7733
What to expect: Children can hunt for Easter eggs throughout the entire play area, and even win a free return visit to Waka Waka by The Polliwogs! Find out more here.
Price: Participation is free with paid entry to play centre (from $21.85)
NEXT: Easter Egg Hunt in the Countryside →
When: Friday, March 30, to Sunday, April 1; 8 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
What to expect: Why not spend Easter weekend in the Kranji countryside, enjoying a “wild egg hunt” at Bollywood Veggies’ 10-acre food forest? Before or after, head to its farm-to-table restaurant Poison Ivy Bistro, or pop over to the 12th Kranji Countryside Farmers Market at nearby Nyee Phoe Gardenasia. Learn more here.
Price: Free for first 100 participants daily
NEXT: Easterville at Café Melba →
When: Friday, March 30, to Sunday, April 1; 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
What to expect: Treat yourself to a Weekend Roast or other tasty brunch items at this Australian café, while kids enjoy all-day activities: Easter egg hunts, colouring, face painting and arts and crafts. And the bouncy house will be inflated and hopping as usual. Get more info here.
What are some other delish Easter brunches and buffets in SG this Easter-time? We’ve got 15 options for every budget here.
Price: Free for restaurant patrons; craft activities on Saturday cost between $8 and $12 and are cash-only.
NEXT: The Party Elves Easter Family Picnic →
When: Sunday, April 1; 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Where: Buzz in the Woods, 320 Tanglin Rd, 247980; 8166 7127
What to expect: Sack races, egg decorating and hunt, face painting and more – these games and activities and more are on tap for kids 2 and up, courtesy of The Party Elves and on the Buzz in the Woods premises. (Note: While this is billed as a “picnic”, attendees are discouraged from bringing meals, which can be purchased at the restaurant.) Find out more here.
Price: $30 per child (includes 1 breakfast voucher); free for parents and kids under 2. Bonus: Enjoy 10-percent off lunch at Buzz in the Woods; make reservations directly with the restaurant.
NEXT: Plan Your Own Picnic! →
When: Whenever you want!
Where: May we suggest these perfect picnic spots around the island? They’re worth braving a little SG sun!
What to expect: Not sure how to D-I-Y? Let these top picnic planners make it all a breeze. Make sure to stage your own egg hunt. But, remember: Keep the chocolate eggs and bunnies on ice until they’re ready to be eaten! (Stock up at Marks & Spencer stores around the island.)
Price: Whatever your budget can accommodate.
NEXT: Easter Egg-Splore @ CHIJMES →
By Sara Lyle Bow, March 22, 2018
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