Get into the Easter spirit with fun egg-decorating activities and Easter egg hunts in Singapore!
If you’ve already picked out outfits that are Easter Bunny-approved and reserved your table for Easter brunch, then there’s only one thing left to do to add a little egg-citement to the Easter festivities this year, and that’s to sign up for an Easter egg hunt! Yes, you read that right; Easter egg hunts are back again since circuit breaker measures are now in Phase 3, and there are a fair few happening around Singapore this year for little ones. Keep scrolling to check out all the fun Easter egg hunts, Easter events and other fun activities happening in April!
Bollywood Adventure’s annual Easter egg hunt is back – this time taking place at Kampung Kampus in Orto. With more than 300 hidden eggs waiting to be found – this Easter egg hunt sounds a delight! Each child will embark on a jungle hunt to find up to five eggs, which will qualify them for a lucky dip. Each ticket also includes an egg-painting activity, delicious snacks such as banana muffins, and cute prizes such as bird whistles, chaptehs (a traditional local game) and more!
When: 2 – 4 April 2021, 8am to 12pm
Where: Kampung Kampus, ORTO, 91 Lor Chencharu, Singapore 769201
How much: $10 per child. Click here to purchase tickets.
Have an otterly wonderful time at Otah & Friends this Easter! The 45-minute experience offers plenty of interactive challenges, and in April, this otter-themed exhibit will host its own Easter egg hunt. Let the kiddos collect five eggs, all hidden around Otah’s home. Those who successfully collect all five eggs will get to participate in a lucky dip to win limited edition Otah & Friends plushies and discounts at the merch store.
When: 1 – 4 April 2021
Where: Gardens by the Bay, Bayfront Plaza, 18 Marina Gardens Drive, Singapore 018953
How much: $15 per person; $60 for groups of five who want private sessions. Click here to purchase tickets.
Go on a socially distanced Easter egg hunt at Power Kids Gym. The 1.5-hour activity is filled with various Easter-themed activities (zipline flying, bunny hop obstacle courses and more!) and light refreshments, and children between the ages of 4 and 9 will get to hunt for Easter eggs all around the gym to their heart’s content. Slots are limited, so book quickly to secure a place.
When: 2 April 2021, 4pm to 5:30pm & 6pm to 7:30pm
Where: Power Kids Gym, UE Square, 81 Clemenceau Avenue, #02-12, Singapore 239917
How much: $40 (members); $45 (non-members). Click here to purchase tickets.
Digital Easter Egg Hunts at CHIJMES & Capitol Singapore
The traditional Easter Egg hunt goes digital at CHIJMES and Capitol Singapore this year, and it’s extremely parent-friendly! Both properties will hide QR codes on Easter eggs that are hidden on digital screens in both properties or stashed away at participating outlets. All you have to do is scan these to win prizes such as $50 dining vouchers and concert tickets. Look out for clues to the eggs’ whereabouts on Capitol Singapore’s and CHIJMES’ social media pages. Done hunting for eggs? Then take the kids to Capitol Singapore’s Outdoor Plaza and let them run around the life-sized egg displays in the shape of ostriches and marine life such as the platypus, octopus, clownfish, sea turtle and emperor penguin. Each egg has an interesting educational fact attached to it, too! Alternatively, head to the CHIJMES Lawn to enjoy the colourful playground! There will be neon LED swings, see-saws and relaxing beanbags to sink into. Let the kiddos spot the glow-in-the-dark eggs while the adults learn about the different cuisines from around the world from the egg displays.
When: 2 to 11 April 2021
Where: CHIJMES, 30 Victoria Street, Singapore 187996 and Capitol Singapore, 13 Stamford Road, Singapore 178905
How much: Free.
Let your little Masterchef bake up an Easter meal to remember at two of ToTT’s Easter-themed workshops. There are two Easter baking workshops to choose from. The first will teach kids to make their own cottage pie and a mini carrot cake with cream cheese frosting, while the second workshop will teach them basic buttercream piping and fondant modelling techniques to decorate the six Easter Bunny and Chick vanilla chocolate chip cupcakes they’ll bake. The workshop is suitable for kids aged 5 to 12. There’s also an Easter egg hunt for you, mama. Simply spend $80 in a single receipt on 31 March and 1 April 2021 to win the chance to hunt around ToTT’s Dunearn outlet for exciting hidden prizes and treats.
When: 2 April 2021, 11am to 1pm (cottage pie & mini carrot cake workshop); 4 April 2021, 11:30am to 2pm (Easter bunny and chick cupcakes workshop)
Where: Multiple locations. Click here to book the cottage pie workshop and click here to book the Easter bunny and chick cupcake workshops.
How much: $108++ per parent and child pair (cottage pie workshop); $128++ per parent and child pair (cupcake workshop)
Join V-ZUG’s Gourmet Academy chef, Juliana Ng, as she teaches little ones how to make three Easter treats. Suitable for children between the ages of 5 and 12, this interactive Easter baking workshop will see kids making Rainbow Egg Treats, Brownie Cups and Petite Pies.
When: 27 March 2021 & 2 April 2021, 1pm to 4pm
Where: Zugorama Boutique, 6 Scotts Road, #03-11/12/13, Singapore, 228209
How much: from $85. Click here to purchase tickets.
What’s Easter without a delicious treat? You’ll get to make two easy snacks with your little one at The Little Things’ Easter cooking workshop. Bake a tray of cute Chicky Cupcakes, prep a serving of healthy Deviled Eggs and bring home a complimentary, kid-friendly Yaytray, too! Indicate your colour preference for the Yaytray upon booking. This workshop is suitable for kids aged 3 and up.
When: 4 April 2021, 1pm to 2:30pm
Where: The Little Things, 244N Upper Thomson Road, Singapore 574369
How much: $80 per parent-child pair. Click here to purchase tickets.