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Sassy Mama’s Guide to Easter 2016 in Singapore

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Fluffy bunnies and fluffy pancakes are right around the corner with Easter 2016 hopping into Singapore with pastel parties and bubbly brunches!

We’ve already got your kiddos’ holiday camps needs covered, and our upcoming Easter-themed mama meet up, but there’s so much more planned in Singers, mama. You’re sure to have an egg-cellent time this Easter with our top picks for dining, decorations & candy, and family-friendly events! We foresee lots of bouncy castles in everyone’s future…


CHIJMES Easter Party
Wine and dine at one of the delicious restaurants at CHIJMES while watching your little ones hunt for eggs around the historic venue at their Easter party. The best of both worlds! Bonus: Find the lucky egg and your fam wins $100 worth of CHIJMES dining vouchers!

All the details:
Easter Party on Sunday, 27 March 2016 from 4-6pm. $5 per child for Easter egg hunt and $10 per child for Easter egg painting.

CHIJMES30 Victoria Street, Singapore 187996


Tablescape at Mövenpick Heritage Hotel Sentosa
If you’re a family of chocaholics, then this is a Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Easter dining egg-sperience you won’t want to miss! Tablescape’s Easter brunch comprises chocolate-inspired dishes like the cocoa maple syrup glazed pork rib, and ends with desserts Willy Wonka would be proud of, including rocher praline chocolate tickets and the river of chocolate pralines. And did we mention kids under dine FREE with a paying adult?

All the details:
Easter brunch 27 March 2016 from 12-4:30pm. Priced at $99 per adult (children under 12 dine free for every accompanying adult), $49 per child 12-15 years, $39 per child below 12 years.

Tablescape at Mövenpick Heritage Hotel Sentosa, 23 Beach View, Singapore 098679, Tel: (+65) 6818 3305 or email [email protected]

The White Rabbit
Not surprisingly, the White Rabbit’s Easter Sunday brunch will make you positively hoppy with its hearty helpings of slow-cooked lamb rump and seafood pot-au-feu, as well as candy floss and a bouncy castle for the kiddos!

All the details:
Two seatings for Easter Sunday brunch (click here for more detailed timings): first seating $98++ per adult/$48 per child (6-12 years); second seating includes one glass of Prosecco at $108++ per adult/$48 per child (6-12 years).

The White Rabbit39C Harding Road, Dempsey Hill, Singapore 249541
Tel: (+65) 9721 0536,

Ash & Elm at InterContinental Hotel
Ash & Elm at InterContinental Hotel
Ash & Elm, one of InterContinental’s newest restaurants, will be putting on a smorgasbord of an Easter Sunday Brunch over the long weekend! For $98++ per adult, you can enjoy a wide selection of seafood and succulent roasts, including fresh oysters and lobster risotto. Kick it up a notch with their $138++ free flow option!

All the details:
Easter Sunday brunch 27 March 2016 priced from $98-$138++ per adult.

Ash & Elm at Intercontinental Hotel, 80 Middle Rd, Singapore 188966, Tel: (+65) 6825 1008, email: [email protected]

Easterville at Café Melba
Bring the whole fam down to East Coast fave Cafe Melba for an Easter feast complete with hot cross buns, festive milkshakes, pan roasted fish and their weekend roast! Cafe Melba will have their bouncy castle up and Easter egg hunt ready to keep the kiddos busy throughout the long weekend this Friday, 25 March to Sunday, 27 March!

Café Melba, Block N #01-56, 90 Goodman Rd, Singapore439053, Tel: (+65) 6440 6068, [email protected]

Catalunya Singapore

Grab your bunny ears as the hunt for springtime sippers commences at Catalunya! For $98++ per person, enjoy seasonal Easter cocktails alongside a three-day brunch (plus Bingo game!) for the Good Friday weekend, with a special focus on Spanish Holy Week recipes.

All the details:
Easter Sunday brunch on 27 March 2016 priced at $98++ per adult.

Catalunya, The Fullerton Pavilion, 82 Collyer Quay, Singapore 049327, Tel: (+65) 6534 0886, [email protected]

The Carvery at Park Hotel Alexandra
At The Carvery’s Easter Sunday brunch, you can look forward to classics like their tender Australian waygyu roast beef and medium-rare leg of lamb accompanied by fluffy hot cross buns and crisp Yorkshire pudding. The kiddos will be kept amused at their Easter egg decorating corner! Book a table here and you will also entered into their “Easter Egg Draw” where you could win a grand prize of a one night stay at Park Hotel Alexandra, including breakfast!

All the details:
Easter Sunday brunch 27 March 2016 priced from $68-128++ per adult and $45 per child

The Carvery at Park Hotel Alexandra, 323 F Park Hotel Alexandra, 7 Alexandra Rd, Singapore 159972, [email protected],

Dolce Vita

Dolce Vita at Mandarin Oriental Hotel
Dolce Vita never ceases to amaze with its garden setting and amazing brunch offerings! This Easter, they have a lip-smackingly good brunch on display, including truffle frittata, oven baked lamb, Easter rice tarts and “Easter Farmhouse” macaroons!

All the details:
Saturday, 26 March & Sunday, 27 March 2016 brunch priced at $128++ per adult ($168++ with free flow Champagne).

Dolce Vita at Mandarin Oriental Hotel, 5 Raffles Ave, Singapore 039797, Tel: (+65) 6885 3500, [email protected],

Rose Veranda at Shangri-La Hotel 
Indulge in an Easter high tea buffet at the fabulous Shangri-La Hotel, where you’ll be treated to delicacies such as lobster and Hokkaido scallops, as well as a selection of cheese and cupcakes, Easter eggs and mango sunny side up. Book a table on Easter Sunday itself and you’ll get an invite to their Mad Hatter Tea Party!

All the details:
$52 per adult for high tea between 17-26 March 2016, and $78 per adult for high tea on Easter Sunday, 27 March 2016.

Rose Veranda at Shangri-La Hotel, 22 Orange Grove Rd, Singapore 258350, Tel: (+65) 6213 4486,

Hotel Fort Canning easter

Hotel Fort Canning Super Easter Lunch in the Park
Fort Canning is the perfect setting for a full scale Easter egg hunt, mama! Head on over to the gorgeous Hotel Fort Canning, where you can indulge in a delicious Easter Sunday brunch while the bubs play in the bouncy castle, participate in the Easter Egg Dash and hit at a candy-filled piñata!

All the details:
Sunday, 27 March 2016, 12-3pm, $88++ per adult (child under 4 years free with accompanying adult) and $44++ per child (4-12 years).

Hotel Fort Canning, 11 Canning Walk, Singapore 178881, Tel: (+65) 6559 6795, [email protected],

Look forward to a chilled out Easter weekend at Brewerkz’s Riverside Point and Indoor Stadium locations! Indulge in three special Easter dishes: Chicken Roulade, Roast Beef and Salmon with Salsa Verde. Kiddos can jump to their heart’s content at the bouncy castle and gorge on free flow candy floss while you dine!

All the details:
Friday, 25 March – Sunday, 27 March 2016, 12-3pm, special Easter dishes priced from $20++, free flow candy floss for kids from 1-4pm

Brewerkz, Riverside Point: 30 Merchant Road, #01-05/06, Singapore 058282, (+65) 6438 7438,
Brewerkz, Indoor Stadium, 2 Stadium Walk, #01-06/07, Singapore 397691, (+65) 6345 4330,

Lolick Candy

Decorations & Candy

Lolick Candy
Take your Easter gathering to the next level with personalised chocolates and sweets! Choose from a wide selection of local sweets and American candies (think Pixy Stix and Tootsie Pops), then order in bulk and personalise the wrappers to suit your Easter-themed party!

Lolick Candy,


Spotlight is a one-stop-shop for your DIY party supply needs, from fabric for making bunting, table decorations, baskets and candy moulds to get your Easter-fun started!

Spotlight, Plaza Singapura, Level 5, 68 Orchard Road, Singapore, SG 238839, (+65) 6733 9808,

Cold Storage

Cold Storage

Cold Storage never fails to please, with a stock of Easter-themed supplies, holiday cards, chocolates and more! The grocer is even putting on a Cold Storage Easter Colouring Contest, where you can stand a chance to win a $50 Dairy Farm voucher with the best designed Easter egg! The Easter fun doesn’t stop there, mama – on 27 March, join in on a family fun run on the Cold Storage Easter Trail! Register here, mama.

Cold Storage, various locations across Singapore,

Party City

As the name implies, you can find always find an assortment party supplies at Party City – stock up on bunny costumes, Easter eggs, banners, balloons and more! You’ll probably even be inspired to get planning for the next holiday, mama!

Party City, Shophouse 277A , Holland Ave Level 2, Singapore 278994, (+65) 6462 6011,

Candy Empire

This store is filled to the brim with enough candies to fill all your plastic egg shells, piñatas and baskets! They’ve got a delicious variety of chocolate eggs too, mama!

Candy Empire, various stores across Singapore,

Little Pixie Box


Little Pixie Box Easter Garden Party & Egg-citing egg hunt 

Celebrate Easter with a traditional egg hunt hosted by party planning gurus, Little Pixie Box. Come for face painting and fake tattoo fun all while enjoying the gorgeous scenery of the Botanic Gardens. Kiddos will even get to craft their own Easter bunny ears to wear while they’re plopping eggs into pretty baskets!

When: Sunday, 20 March or Friday, 25 March or Saturday, 26 March 2016 from 9:30-11:30am
Where: Singapore Botanic Gardens, 1 Cluny Road, Singapore 259569 (meet at the Eco Lake near the Cluny road entrance in the Botanic Gardens)
How much: Don’t forget to register by email or call (+65) 9739 4234, mama! $40 per child, which includes craft activities, baskets for the egg-citing egg hunt, a take home gift, yummy nibbles and a drink.

Ocean Eggsploration at S.E.A. Aquarium

Celebrate Easter in the colourful underwater SEAcret garden world at the aquarium, with a fun Eggtopus Eggtivity Trail for the kiddos to explore ocean life. The aquarium will be decked out in Easter decor and eggs will be hidden throughout, with appearances by the underwater Easter bunny!

When: Monday, 7 March – Sunday, 17 April 2016, 10am-7pm
Where: 8 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore 098269
How much: Click here for ticket prices and book online, mama!

Expat Kitchen

Expat Kitchen’s Kids Easter Baking Party

Teach your kiddos how to get Easter pudding on the table at this fabulous baking party, which will have mini chefs whipping up chocolate nests with hidden eggs, iced Easter cookies and more!

When: Saturday, 19 March 2016, 10:30am-12pm
Where: 9 Norris Road #02-01, Singapore 208252
How much: $55 per child (3-8 years old). Register here.


Singapore’s Biggest Egg Hunt

Hop on down to Sentosa HarbourFront to partake in Singapore’s greatest egg hunt. Search for giant Easter eggs hand painted by talented students from Temasek Polytechnic Design School hidden across Mount Faber, Harbourfront and Sentosa, and stand a chance to win great prizes!

When: Thursday, 10 March – Sunday, 17 April 2016
Where: Sentosa Harbourfront, Singapore
How much: Free! Check here for more details on the exact activities happening throughout the event!

Sentosa Egg Fiesta

Wander through Sentosa’s whimsical Easter Garden, where you can snap photos with colourful giant Easter eggs, meet bunny characters, paint eggs and have fun making bunny photo props!

When: Friday, 25 to Sunday, 27 March, 2016, 10am-3pm
Where: Palawan Beach, Sentosa, Singapore
How much: Free!

The Party Elves Annual Family Easter Picnic

This fun-filled Easter picnic is back with loads more family fun, including The Party Elves’ signature Easter Egg Hunt, quirky games and activities for everyone to enjoy! Anjali Chocolat will even be on hand to satisfy everyone’s sweet tooth! Mamas, take note: games and activities are best suited for those two years and above.

When: Sunday, 27 March 2016, 9am-12pm
Where: Anjali Chocolat, 73 Loewen Road #01-15 & 16 Singapore 248843
How much: Tickets are $32 for one child and one accompanying adults. Buy your tickets by clicking here!


Have an eggstraordinary Easter, mamas!

Lead image sourced via Pinterest.

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2 thoughts on “Sassy Mama’s Guide to Easter 2016 in Singapore

  1. Great article with a diverse round up for Easter. Even more excited to see who the writer was. Well done Anj

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