Easter Events in Singapore for the Whole Family

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From traditional celebrations to Easter bunnies, chocolate eggs and fabulous feasts, there is something exciting going on in Singapore this Easter for visitors of every age. Read on for our pick of Singapore’s best springtime activities.

Universal Studios Singapore Easter Events

14 March to 5 April 2015

Resorts World Sentosa will play host to a variety of exciting Easter celebrations, including an “Easter Eggstravaganza” at Universal Studios Singapore. As spring-themed decorations blossom throughout the park, an interactive Easter stage-show featuring original live performances will delight visitors both young and old. Plenty of sweet treats will be handed out, courtesy of Puss in Boots and Kitty Softpaws, while those craving a hearty Easter weekend feast can take advantage of the park-wide egg hunt and delicious breakfast buffet.

Easter Eggstravaganza at Universal Studios Singapore
Image courtesy of Resorts World Sentosa

Easter at S.E.A. Aquarium Singapore

Easter Sunday, 5 April

Guests looking for a twist on traditional Easter celebrations can dive into a programme of unique events at Singapore’s S.E.A. Aquarium. Explore underwater habitats as you hunt for eggs, send the kids on an adventure at the award-winning Ocean Dreams sleepover programme and enjoy special appearances from the Underwater Easter Bunny – all in the fascinating surrounds of one of the world’s largest aquariums.

Diving Easter Bunny at Resorts World Sentosa
Image courtesy of Resorts World Sentosa

Sentosa Island Great Egg-venture

14 March to 5 April 2015

Sentosa Island is one of Singapore’s premiere leisure and entertainment hotspots and things are no different at Easter. Aside from the many themed events being held at the island’s world famous parks and attractions, a simple stroll around Sentosa itself can prove to be an adventure at this time of year. Explore the beaches and parks of the resort and find each of the 35 giant hand-painted eggs that have been placed around the island as part of Singapore’s biggest Easter egg hunt. Activities and prizes will be found along the way and there is plenty of traditional Easter fare to keep you going throughout the day.

Eggs-plore Easter at Faber Peak, Singapore

Easter Sunday, 5 April 2015

Soak in panoramic views of the city and Sentosa waterfront at Faber Peak Singapore. Soar above the city in a cable car before escaping the crowds at the green forest setting of Mount Faber Park. For families, there will be plenty of Easter-themed fun going on, from an aerial egg hunt with a difference to a rabbit playground and photography corner for animal-lovers of all ages.

Faber Peak Singapore Cable Car silhouette at sunset
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Easter brunches in Singapore

20 March to 6 April 2015

Head to Lime at PARKROYAL on Pickering Singapore hotel for an egg-stra special Easter Sunday brunch, featuring homemade Scotch Eggs with Black Truffle Hollandaise and Egg Cocotte with Lobster Bolognese. Alternatively, ramp up the celebrations by indulging in the four-hour Easter Sunday Champagne Brunch at Edge, located on the 3rd floor of Pan Pacific Singapore hotel. Enjoy traditional favourites and 30 varieties of eggs, while children enjoy the Easter egg hunt at Keyaki’s Zen Garden.

PARKROYAL on Pickering Easter Feast at Lime Restaurant Singapore

Kids’ Easter Camps in Singapore

Various, March to April 2015

Keeping children entertained during the holidays is a full-time job in itself, but Singapore’s vast range of exciting and entertaining kids’ camps can make the break more memorable for children and parents alike. From artistic activities to sports competitions, creative writing schools and even a pirate camp, there is sure to be something to suit the personality and interests of every child.

Jazz by the Beach

27 March 2015

Jazz by the Beach returns to Coastes at Siloso Beach for the fifth year running, with a toe-tapping line up of musical talent. On 27 March, soak up the smooth sounds of Stephen Francis & His Big Band, while enjoying delicious food and drink promotions to start the Easter weekend off with a bang.

Sentosa Island paradise beach
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Have you ever spent Easter in Singapore? What did you do?

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