From egg hunts to Easter fun-filled days out, we’ve been jumping all around town to find the hoppiest Easter events in Singapore…
Easter is here, which can only mean one thing: egg hunts, Easter arts and crafts, and a delish Easter brunch! We’ll be having the time of our lives too, with chocolate eggs AND an egg-stra long weekend. But before we get to that, there are camps for the kiddos to pick up some cool skills and bonnets to be made too. Although Easter events might not be the same (no) thanks to the pandemic, there’s still plenty to keep your little bunnies egg-cited! Let’s see how many ‘egg puns’ we can fit into one roundup…
EASTER EVENTS IN SINGAPORE 2022: THINGS TO DO WITH KIDS
1. An Earthly Easter Hunt and An Earthly Easter Terrarium Workshop
Bollywood Adventures‘ Easter events are held at a different location this year – Gardens by the Bay! Embark on its legendary egg hunt around the Active Garden, where eggs have been expertly hidden. Find the eggs and qualify for a sure-win lucky dip, including a host of prizes. Just the reward we need post-hunt! There are also fun activities where participants can pot sunflowers and make their own terrarium, which they can take home after the workshop. Book early – this event has always been popular, and numbers are restricted.
When: 15-17 April 2022, 9am – 4pm
Where: Active Garden, Gardens by the Bay, 18 Marina Gardens Drive, Singapore 018953
Cost: $20 per hunter and $5 per accompanying adult; $20 per terrarium. Registration closes 12 April.
2. Easter arts and crafts galore at Singapore Yacht Club!
Fancy a meal out with lots of arts and crafts to keep the little ones entertained? Us too! So, we’re super excited to hear about the Easter shenanigans over at the Republic Of Singapore Yacht Club this Easter Sunday. While you dine, the kids can get busy with egg hunting, egg decoration, sock bunny making and more. There’s free ice cream for kids below the age of 12 too! Psst, it’s next door to our favourite West Coast Park, so you can swing by there before making your way home. Yay!
When: 17 April 2022, 11am – 3pm
Where: 52 West Coast Ferry Road, Singapore 126887
Cost: $10+ (member) and $15+ (non-member). Registration is required by 11 April.
3. Another Easter egg hunt, this time at Fort Canning Park
As we wait for Children’s Museum Singapore to open later this year, the museum has organised an Easter egg hunt event that’ll take place in Fort Canning Park. Discover the park’s illustrious history and nature as you complete challenges along the way. Are you ready for an egg-citing time? This event is recommended for kiddos aged five to 10, with each child to be accompanied by an adult.
When: 16 and 23 April 2022, 9-10am and 11am – 12pm
Where: Fort Canning Park (Meeting Point at Children’s Museum Singapore)
Cost: $16 per child (includes one accompanying adult per child)
The Tiara Society, one of our favourite indoor play centres, will be holding a special meet-and-greet this Easter! Venture on a magical adventure and get the momentous chance to meet the Red Queen, the White Rabbit, and Cheshire the Cat. Alice will take you on an Easter egg hunt outdoors, and you’ll also be able to partake in traditional Easter games and treats. Are you ready to have an egg-cellent Easter and head down the rabbit hole to Alice-in-Easterland?
When: 15-17 April 2022, 9-11am
Where: Coastal PlayGrove, 902 East Coast Parkway, #02-02, Singapore 449874
Cost: $55 per child and $20 per adult
5. Easter fun aplenty at Jurong Bird Park!
There’s a whole host of eggcellent Easter events over at Jurong Bird Park to entertain all the fam. Start off with an epic egg hunt at the Waterfall Aviary, which will transform into an egg-chanted Forest. Search for the coloured eggs while you check out the 400 free-flying birds such as the Roseate Spoonbill and White Ibis. Keep your eyes peeled for the elusive golden egg and take home a special prize of assorted merchandise! Don’t leave without checking out the whimsical wonderland maze and crafty workshops on offer, including the chance to make your own Easter hat and egg baskets!
When: Various dates. The egg hunt and Easter workshops take place on 2-3, 9-10 & 15-17 April 2022 from 10am – 4pm. The whimsical maze is open from 1 April – 3 May 2022 between 8.30am – 6pm.
Where: 2 Jurong Hill, Singapore 628925
Cost: Normal park entry fees apply
6. Paint an Easter bunny on canvas at Artsy Bugsy Studio
Let the little ones flex their painting prowess with this super cute activity by Artsy Bugsy Studios. In this three-hour session, participants get to paint the Easter bunny on canvas. Your kiddo will definitely be a hoppy little bunny after they’re done with their piece!
When: 6-17 April 2022
Where: Sessions held at Bishan, Funan, and Holland Village studios, various timings
Cost: $68 per child
7. Easter Egg Hunt at Cluny Court
More Easter fun to take the fam out to on Easter weekend! Dress your little ones up in cute Easter costumes and pop on over to Cluny Court for a fun time at the mall. Collect a map and go on a hunt for those Easter eggs. There are chocolates, balloons, and prizes to look forward to!
When: 16-17 April 2022, 11am – 4pm
Where: 501 Bukit Timah Road, Singapore 259760
8. Spot a “Deliveroo Bunny” and stand to win credits!
Here’s a quirky Easter egg hunt (with a twist) that’ll be oodles of fun! Keep your eyes peeled for the “Deliveroo Bunny” as they go about delivering and spreading Easter cheer to the community. They’re not hard to miss: just look out for the Deliveroo riders donning bunny ears on their helmets, a bunny face mask and even a little bunny tail attached to their delivery bag. Snap a photo of them and then head over to Deliveroo’s official page to share it. The first 20 lucky folks to do so stand to win $20 worth of Deliveroo credits. There’s fun in store for every-bunny!
When: 15-17 April 2022, 12-2pm
Where: Chinatown, Clarke Quay, Orchard, Bugis, Katong, Tampines, and Toa Payoh
9. Easter hunt with a difference with JalanJalan!
Ok, not strictly an Easter event, but we love this initiative that was set up to help local businesses across Singapore in their recovery efforts. Plus, it’s a great way to explore a new ‘hood this Easter with the fam! JalanJalan (which is Malay for ‘take a walk’) is all about shining a spotlight on hidden gems across Singapore, from cool cafes you didn’t know existed, to cute, independent stores. Get the kids to spot each location on the list and tuck into an Easter treat or cake at one of the newly discovered cafes. Sounds like a great Easter plan to us!
10. Watch a five-star international circus at Marina Bay Sands
A family-friendly musical circus escapade is coming to town, just in time for the Easter holidays. Inspired by French composer Camille Saint-Saëns, Carnival of the Animals showcases the exciting tales of the animal kingdom through imagination, theatre magic, and acrobatic wizardry. Children in the audience will learn more about the lives of tortoises, kangaroos, swans, and many other animals.
When: 14-17 April 2022
Where: Sands Theatre, Marina Bay Sands, 4 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018973
Cost: $68 – $128
11. Go for an Easter brunch!
Although the Easter bunny might be missing, there are still some scrumptious brunches to indulge in this Easter. Filled with all our Easter faves and plenty of chocolate eggs, we can think of worse ways to spend Easter Sunday!
12. Sign up for an Easter Camp
As Easter falls alongside international school holidays, there are loads of Easter camps that run over the long weekend. From performing arts to footy camps, as well as art and science fun – there’s sure to be something on the list for your happy little camper!
13. Have your own Easter fun at home!
While we love heading out for Easter events over the long weekend, it’s also nice to have activities up our sleeves if we’re spending time at home or rain sets in. Good news, we’ve been busy compiling a long list of activities that we think should keep the kids entertained right through until Easter Sunday bedtime. We’ve got some easy-peasy Easter arts and crafts if you’re looking to add a few decorations to your home. There are also top tips if you’re taking on that all-important Easter bonnet. There might not be Easter carnivals this year, but who says we can’t do our own at home?!
14. Pick up an Easter-inspired book!
Here’s our round-up egg-ceptional picture books that are sure to delight the kids over the Easter weekend if you fancy adding a bit of Easter magic to bedtime stories!
15. Catch an Easter movie!
Turns out there are loads of great films, old and new, to get you in the Easter mood! From one of our all-time favourite bunny pals, Peter Rabbit, through to an Easter-inspired Winnie the Pooh classic episode! Grab the Easter choccies and make for a movie marathon!
Easter 2022 events that have passed
Hip Hop Easter at Power Kids Gym
Power Gym Kids is offering a hip hop twist to its Easter celebration this year! Over funky beats, participants get to enjoy a plethora of activities: an egg hunt around the gym, hide and seek, an egg and spoon showdown, and even a dance-off! It’s sure to be a popular one, and spaces are limited, so sign the kids up soon!
When: 8 April 2022, 4-5.30pm and 6-7.30pm (4 to 9 years old)
Where: UE Square, 81 Clemenceau Avenue, #02-12, Singapore 239917
Cost: $55 for members, $59 for non-members
Create your own Easter 3D card
Here’s a fun workshop that you can take part in from the comfort of your home. All you need are materials that you can easily find at home, and sign up for the online activity via Ducks & Crafts. A Zoom link will be emailed to you closer to the workshop date. Have fun creating these 3D cards and then give them out to those celebrating the occasion!
When: 9 April 2022, 10.30 am (4 to 10 years old)
Stay tuned! We’ll be adding more Easter activities to this list on the daily, so be sure to check back soon for more Easter fun!