Looking for things to do with your family and friends for the Easter weekend in Singapore? Here are some Easter-themed places to hunt eggs, enjoy brunch and shop handmade items
Easter falls on 16 April this year, aside from its religious significance, Easter is also synonymous with family gatherings, so why not fill the long weekend with these egg-cellent family-friendly Easter events hoppin’ in from 14 April onwards.
Brunch at Brotzeit German Bier Bar and Restaurant
From 14 to 17 April, Brotzeit will be hosting its traditional 3-course Easter Menu. Eggs-perience a German Easter like no other with zucchini and potato cream soup decorated with crispy bacon for starter, roasted lamb shank with seasonal veggies for main course, and warm chocolate cake with ice-cream for dessert. Brotzeit has some Easter activities lined up as well, such as egg-painting and decorating, as well as a potluck of Easter chocolates to share.
Hunt eggs at Jurong Bird Park
If you’re up for an egg-citing Smurfy challenge, then start warming up. Scour the Jurong Bird Park for Easter eggs amongst Smurf figurines and free-flying birds at the Waterfall Aviary, with a prize to be won for every five eggs bagged. Jurong Bird Park will be hosting The Great Aviary Egg Hunt over two weekends – 8 to 9 April and 14 to 16 April, from 10am to 4pm.
Waterfall Aviary, Jurong Bird Park, 8-9 April & 14-16 April, 10am-4pm, 2 Jurong Hill, Singapore 628925, p. 6269 3411.
Enjoy Easter in the Park
The lush and picturesque Garden Terrace at Hotel Fort Canning will host its annual Easter in the Park on 16 April. Revel in its Easter buffet spread that includes Caviar and Crab-stuffed Devilled Eggs, Easter Roast Ham and Norwegian Salmon Tartare, while keeping the kids busy with a bunch of outdoor activities such as Bunny’s Easter Egg Dash, Treasure Island Piñata Bonanza and bouncy castles.
Easter in the Park, 16 April, 12pm-3pm, Grand Marquee, Hotel Fort Canning, 11 Canning Walk, Singapore 178881, p. 6559 6760. $80++per adult, $44++ per child. Honeycombers readers get to enjoy the special price of $68.00++ per adult and $34.00++ per child.
Shop at the Easter Farmer’s Markets at Loewen Gardens
Opting for retail therapy this Easter? Find fresh food and produce, hand-made crafts, quirky knick knacks and novelty items at The Easter Farmers’ Markets at Loewen Garden on 22 April. While you’re at it, grab a coffee and a bite at The Pantry. There will also be an array of activities such as egg hunts, face painting and trampolines for the kids to enjoy.
The Easter Farmer’s Markets at Loewen Gardens, 22 April, 9am-2pm, 75E Loewen Road, Singapore 248844, p. 6474 0441.
Check out Artbox Singapore
Artbox will be landing in Singapore from 14 to 16 April. This buzzy market will showcase original ideas and products from over 300 international entrepreneurs and designers, including quirky lifestyle and home décor products, DIY and handmade crafts, and even music.
Artbox Singapore, 14-16 April and 21-23 April, 3pm-11pm, Bayfront Event Space (beside Marina Bay Sands the Shoppes), 1 Bayfront Ave, Singapore 018971.
Let your dogs out at Pet Expo 2017
The fourth edition of Pet Expo 2017 will be running from 14 to 16 April at Singapore Expo, exposing you (and your trusty companion) to vendors and activities that’ll foster their well-being. Spend your Easter weekend meeting like-minded pet owners if you’re looking for a new stroll buddy.
Pet Expo 2017, 14-16 April, 11am-8pm, Singapore Expo Hall 7, 1 Expo Drive, Singapore 486150. $5 per day, $12 for 3-day pass, and free entry for children below 12.