With Easter just around the corner, parents are no doubt looking for some fun things to do with the brood. Whether it’s a party (with egg hunts and loads of chocolate!), a trip to a trampoline park, holiday camps and more, there are lots of ideal activities around the island for the whole family to enjoy.
Visit a trampoline park
This Easter, head down town and have a jumping good time at BOUNCE Singapore. At this vibrant trampoline park, both kids and adults can take on a wide variety of trampoline zones and obstacle courses. From 15 March to 30 June, students can enjoy double the fun at a fraction of the price with Double Time: two hours’ entry for $25 (just $4 for the second hour). Keep a look out for the Easter Bunny as he makes his rounds, and get into the Easter mood!
Besides showing off your moves at Free-Jumping, the Big Bag and the High Performance Arena or challenging each other to a game of Dodgeball or basketball at Slam Dunk, you’ll also have access to X-Park, Asia’s first Ninja-Warrior-like obstacle course. Those who love a challenge will have a blast climbing, jumping and navigating the courses. Thrill-seekers won’t want to miss a visit to the “Leap of Faith” where participants leap off a raised platform to catch a grab bag.
More details! The promotion runs from 10am to 10pm, from Monday to Thursday (valid student ID required). The “Leap of Faith” is not included in the Double Time promotion (costs $5 per jump and $10 per three jumps).
How about a holiday camp?
Looking for something fun and educational for the kids? Sign them up for the Little Mandarins Easter Holiday Camp that will be held from 12 March to 13 April. Catering to four-to-nine-year-olds, the camp is filled with interactive games and activities, and you can choose to sign up for as many days as you wish. Little ones with Mandarin foundations will be able to hone and practise their language skills, while beginners can get a start in a fun way. There are five fun themes from Monday to Friday: speech and drama, Chinese brush painting, rhythm and movement, traditional games and Kung Fu. And, for one day only (29 March), there’ll be an Easter Egg Extravaganza where campers will decorate Easter eggs and embark on an exciting Easter egg hunt.
More details! There will be no camp on 30 March as it’s a public holiday. Prices start from $78 for a one-day sign-up to $350 for five days.
Whip up some tasty treats
Get budding chefs excited with the Kids’ Easter Party at Expat Kitchen on 17 March. Kids will get creative with festive treats such as mini Easter carrot cakes, Easter bunny cupcakes, chocolate egg nests and more. Also, they’ll have a blast decorating their own Easter cookies – plus, keen an eye out for the craft booth for painting Easter eggs.
More details! Ideal for kids aged four to eight years, the session costs $55 per child and runs from 10.30am to 12pm. Book a spot now.
You can never have too many egg hunts…
Drop by Cluny Court and enjoy an Easter egg hunt with the littlies on 23 March (3pm to 6pm). It’s a perfect activity for kids aged two to 12 years, plus there will be other fun things like colouring for them to do, as well as yummy sweets and goodie bags on offer.
… or Easter parties
Grab the kids and head to the Singapore Polo Club’s Easter Egg-Stravaganza on 30 March (2pm to 5pm) and you’ll enjoy magic shows, game booths, Easter crafts, an Easter egg hunt and loads of sweet treats.
More details! Call 6854 3999 or email firstname.lastname@example.org before 19 March to book a spot. The party will be held at the Mountbatten Room and The Verandah.
Singapore Polo Club
80 Mount Pleasant Road
Have fun at brunch
Treat the family to a lovely Easter Sunday at Edge at Pan Pacific Singapore. After chomping down a sumptuous spread and Easter desserts, little ones will be entertained by a range of fun activities after the meal. Besides scouting for chocolate eggs during the Easter Egg Hunt (3pm), kids can get their faces and hands painted with fun and pretty designs. Be sure to catch the Easter Bunny and enjoy some yummy goodies and a photo op!
More details! The Easter Sunday Champagne Brunch is on 1 April, from 12pm to 3.30pm. Prices start from $92 per child and $168 per adult.
Edge, Pan Pacific Singapore
7 Raffles Blvd, Level 3
Have a blast at a themepark and aquarium
Join in the fun at Resorts World Sentosa (RWS)! Head to Universal Studios Singapore and catch the cute creatures from DreamWorks Animation’s Trolls at TrollsTopia (9 March to 29 April). Enjoy musical shows, a dance party and virtual reality games.
Head to National Geographic’s Ocean Wonders (10 March to 20 May) at S.E.A. Aquarium. Embark on an exciting photography adventure and meet amazing marine creatures such as the sand tiger shark. Little explorers can take part the National Geographic Ocean Exploration Children’s Workshop, a full-day programme including guided tours and interactive activities.
More details! TrollsTopia is included in theme park admission, additional charges for selected experiences. Find out more about these activities on the RWS website.
Resorts World Sentosa
8 Sentosa Gateway
Visit a farmers’ market
At this special edition of the Farmers Market at Loewen Gardens, kids will be treated to an exciting Easter egg hunt. Held from 9am to 2pm, the market allows you to shop everything from organic vegetables and olive oil to wine and baked goods. There’ll also be a trampoline, playground and face painting.
More details! The Easter Egg hunt will be held at 10am and 12pm.
Want to get your hands dirty? Head to the Singapore Botanic Gardens for a special Easter Day workshop on 24 March (10am to 11.30am). Great for children five to 12, participants will be decorating their own terrarium and making an Easter craft item. There’ll also be a guided tour around the Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden.
More details! The workshop costs $30 (per child). Register now.
Catch a show
This Easter weekend, enter a whimsical world with Alice and friends during a performance of Alice in Wonderland by L’arietta Productions. This operatic show brings you to a magical garden filled with nostalgic toys and modern twists.
More details! Alive in Wonderland is showing on 29 March and 1 April at the Aliwal Arts Centre. Tickets are $40 (standard; $25 for students) and can be bought on Peatix.
Yummy Easter treats
Pick up some Easter goodies at Pacific Marketplace (Level 1) at Pan Pacific Singapore. A highlight of the offerings is the Egg-chanted Black Forest Entremet, a cake that resembles a meadow adorned with flowers and ladybirds, with a green “lawn” covering layers of rich chocolate mousse, Kirsch white cream and Morello cherry compote. There’ll also be the usual much-loved selection of Easter eggs, animal chocolates, lollipops and hot cross buns, plus the classic Italian sweet bread, Colomba di Pasqua.
More details! Grab these treats in person from 8am to 10pm, 5 March to 1 April, or by calling 6826 8240 or shopping online at pacificmarketplace.sg. Prices range from $6 to $58. Plus, Expat Living readers can enjoy 15% off by ordering before 18 March.
Pacific Marketplace, Pan Pacific Singapore
7 Raffles Boulevard, Level 1
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