To keep the kids busy this April, we've put everything you need to know about Easter in Singapore into one handy dandy family guide…
Easter is here, and if you’re on the hunt for Easter eggs, hot cross buns or locking in a last-min reservation for a family Easter brunch, then you’ve hopped into the right guide. Here’s all you need to know about Easter in Singapore, including top tips on keeping egg-cited kids entertained!
HONEYKIDS GUIDE TO EASTER IN SINGAPORE: 2023
1. Find out what Easter is all about
First off, what is Easter all about? For those not in the know, we’ve got all the fun facts you never knew about this important Christian celebration, including the origin of those hot cross buns.
2. Stock up on Easter eggs
Is the Easter bunny paying a visit to your house? If so, he may need a bit of help, so we’ve put together a list of all the best places to buy Easter eggs in Singapore. And yes, there are eggs for grown-ups, too, because we can’t let the kids have all the chocolatey fun! Got members of the family with allergies? We’ve got all the treats for them covered as well!
3. Watch and read our Easter faves!
Talking of the Easter Bunny, how about snuggling up with your own small bunnies with a lovely Easter-themed picture book? Followed by an afternoon working your way through all that chocolate while watching a rabbit-themed movie…
4. Get crafty
Kids and sugar are not always the best mix (we’ve scraped our own kids off the ceiling a few times after a sugar overdose), so if you’re trying to avoid chocolate this Easter, how about getting busy with Easter crafts ideas? You can use what you’ve made in your own egg hunt and keep you and the little chicks in a crafty kinda mood.
5. Treat the kids to a family brunch!
Easter is a good excuse for family time, so forget the cooking and washing up and get yourselves to one of these awesome Easter brunches instead. Lots of them have some eggs-tremely cool activities taking place, including egg hunts and visits from the Easter bunny, too!
6. Get baking with your little bunnies
Still got room for some more Easter treats? Whip up your own with this cute guide to making Easter snacks, from marshmallow lambs to carrot hummus pots. And then eat the lot while wearing your awesome DIY Easter bonnet or hat.
7. Head out to a hopping Easter event!
Lucky for our egg-cited kiddos (and us!) Easter means plenty of family fun and hopping events around the island. From egg hunts to Easter fun-filled days out, we jumped all around town to create this guide to the hoppiest Easter events in Singapore!
Hoppy Easter, everyone!