Thanks to the Easter holidays, it’s going to be a long weekend ahead for everybody in Singapore. So make sure you the make most out of the Easter weekend this 2021 and don’t miss out on the fun events that you can enjoy with the whole family!
To give you a few suggestions for an exciting Easter weekend with the kids, here seven egg-cellent things you can try.
7 Things To During The Easter Weekend 2021
1. Have some outdoor fun at Coastal PlayGrove
Image source: National Parks website
The former iconic landmark Big Splash at East Coast Park has now been transformed into a whole new family-friendly destination! Bring the kids along to climb up Coastal PlayGrove‘s Play Tower which is Singapore’s tallest outdoor play feature standing a good 16m-high.
When sliding down the tower, you can splash around in its inclusive water play area retained from its previous waterpark theme. Not only that but there’s also a nature playgarden for your children to explore and an outdoor classroom by the sea for pre-schoolers.
So bring the family along for some fresh air and have great Easter fun at Coastal PlayGrove!
2. Go across galaxies at STAR WARS Identities: The Exhibition
Image source: Facebook / ArtScience Museum
Fans of the Star Wars franchise are in for a great treat at the ArtScience Museum where close to 200 artefacts from the original films will be displayed for their STAR WARS Identities: The Exhibition event.
Get to see all the amazing movie props, artworks, costumes, starship models and more while also learn more about the creative process that has brought these beloved films to life. Explore the exhibit and you may even encounter some of your favourite galactic characters such as Luke Skywalker, Yoda, R2-D2 and Darth Vader.
3. Stroll through the Paw-verbs on the Lawn
Image source: Facebook / Malay Heritage Centre
In collaboration with the Instagram-famous artist Juno (mofu_sand), the Malay Heritage Centre (MHC) has prepared the purr-fect event for you and the kids to enjoy. The 30 illustration standees scattered across the lawn of MHC might be the most adorable group of cats you’ll ever see in person. To go with its theme of “Paw-verbs,” you’ll also find a collection of 10 common Malay proverbs that feature cats.
Snap as many photos as you want with these furry installations and join their ‘Find the Paw-verb!’ challenge to get a chance to win exclusive cat illustration badges. Your kiddo may also join in on storytelling sessions right at MHC.
4. Hop on a carousel ride with Pororo & Friends
Image source: Pororo Park Singapore website
Pororo Park Singapore has a brand new ride that younger kids are going to love! If you’re around the area, try out the Pororo Gallop Station where kids get to go round and round a carousel. This is, of course, a completely safe ride with kids under 110cm to be accompanied by an adult.
Afterwards, you can let your child enjoy the rest of the fun-filled Pororo themed indoor playground.
5. Have an egg-citing Easter at Capitol Singapore & CHIJMES
Image source: CHIJMES
Specially prepared for the Easter holidays, Capitol Singapore and CHIJMES has temporarily transformed their grounds into a unique educational wonderland with digital egg hunts, egg exhibitions, and even a neon LED playground set.
At Capitol Singapore, you’ll find life-sized egg displays of ten animals to make an informative yet fun exhibition. Meanwhile, at CHIJMES you get to spot eggs that light up in the dark dressed up as different cultures from around the world with a bit of quick information on the special cuisines of each country such as Japan, Mexico, Singapore and more!
6. Have a relaxing staycation with Hotel Fort Canning’s Easter In The Park
Easter Picnic Al Fresco Platter | Image source: Hotel Fort Canning
What’s Easter if without a picnic? At Hotel Fort Canning, you can unwind for the weekend at their special Easter offers with Easter Fantasy Bonanza and staycation in the park packages.
Not only can you indulge in their 4-course lunch menu at The Salon, but kids also get to enjoy an all-you-can-eat menu to keep their tummies satisfied during the Easter weekend this 2021. You can also bring home a bit of Easter spirit with their “Hippity Hop-Hop” takeaways so can you also have a comfortable meal at home with the entire family.
7. Indulge in some delicious treats and have an Easter Afternoon Tea
Image source: Raffles Hotel Singapore
If you’d prefer to have a more calm Easter weekend after a hectic week in the bustling city, you can take a sip of tea and relax at Raffles Hotel Singapore. Enjoy some delectable sweet treats and have a charming Easter Afternoon Tea at The Grand Lobby.
Aside from the assortment of sweets such as Coconut Mango Passion Fruit Egg, Easter Eggs Cupcake and more, guests can also indulge themselves in a golden Monte Cristo, creamy Smoked Salmon & Quail Egg Tartine and a Lobster Montaigne with Kristal Caviar by Executive Pastry Chef Tai Chien Lin.