The Easter weekend is coming right up and if you’re wondering what to do over the long weekend, we have compiled a list of egg-citing activities for the whole family! Read on to find out where to celebrate the Easter weekend (and also how to keep the kiddos engaged).

For other up coming events, visit Events in Singapore.

1. Egg-citing Playground for Easter

CHIJMES Easter decorations

Eggs-perience Easter Fun and enjoy egg-ducational activities such as the exhibition playground featuring life-sized egg displays of 10 animals, providing families with an interesting fact learning journey at the Capitol Singapore Outdoor Plaza! Over at CHIJMES Lawn, the young and young at heart will enjoy a playground with neon colourful LED swings, seesaws and comfy beanbags. Children are invited to spot eggs that lit up in the dark while adults learn about different cuisines from around the world.

CHIJMES Easter wonderland

Look forward to a digital egg hunt taking place throughout the two properties, spot QR codes on eggs hidden in digital screens or stashed away at participating outlets to win prizes big and small. Enjoy the festivities and fill your tummies with a tantalising spread of -themed dishes, ranging from Sunday brunches to “eggs-traordinary” creations from the restaurants at Capitol Singapore and CHIJMES. That’s not all! Capitol Singapore and CHIJMES have also prepared a whole array of dining treats and specials this Easter.

Date: 2 to 11 April 2021
Venue: Capitol Singapore and CHIJMES


2. Through the Eyes of a Child: Art by Quek Hong Shin

Letter writer SCCCLetter writer [Image courtesy of Quek Hong Shin]

Take a journey through time, and discover the cultural icons that defined Singapore before it became the bustling metropolis of today. Through the Eyes of a Child: Art by Quek Hong Shin captures the vanishing collective memories from a time when coconut trees towered over attap houses, and children played in the busy back-alleys of old Chinatown.

Date: 2 April to 31 August 2021
Venue: Levels 9 and 10 Foyer, Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre

For more information, visit Through the Eyes of a Child: Art by Quek Hong Shin.


3. Easter Egg Hunt at Otah & Friends

Otah & Friends Gardens by the Bay

From 1 to 4 April 2021, visitors can also embark on an egg-hilarating Easter Egg Hunt, where they have to collect five eggs that are hidden throughout Otah’s home. Visitors who successfully collect all five eggs will get to participate in a lucky dip, where they can stand a chance to win limited edition Otah & Friends plushies, and discounts at the merchandise store.

Date: 1 to 4 April 2021
Time: N.A.
Venue: Gardens by the Bay, Bayfront Plaza

For more information, visit Easter Egg Hunt at Otah & Friends.


4. Sikhs in Singapore – A Story Untold Exhibition

Sikhs in Singapore exhibition IHC

Sikhs in Singapore – A Story Untold is IHC’s second community co-created exhibition, and features more than 450 artefacts – the highest number for any special exhibition at IHC to date – from over 50 local and international private collections, institutional collections of 17 Sikh organisations in Singapore, as well as Singapore’s National Collection.

Date: 27 March to 30 September 2021
Venue: Indian Heritage Centre

For more information, visit Sikhs in Singapore – A Story Untold Exhibition.


5. HERSHEY’S KISSES installation @ Changi Airport

HERSHEY'S Amazing Chocolate Machine Changi Airport

In conjunction with Easter, check out the giant HERSHEY’S KISSES installation at the festive horticulture display featuring the Easter bunny and colourful Easter eggs. The installation will be ready to greet visitors at end-March 2021.

For more information, visit HERSHEY’S KISSES installation @ Changi Airport.


6. STAR WARS Identities: The Exhibition

STAR WARS Identities Experience artscience museum

The Force will be strong in Singapore as ArtScience Museum and Pico Pro combine their powers to host STAR WARS Identities. This marks the final stop of the exhibition’s global tour.

Date: 30 January to 27 June 2021
Venue: ArtScience Museum

For more information, visit STAR WARS Identities: The Exhibition.


7. Sakura Featuring Hello Kitty Floral Display

Sakura Hello Kitty Gardens by the Bay

Stroll alongside Hello Kitty as she takes you on her ideal flower viewing itinerary, from posing beside rickshaws to locating the best spot for nodate – an outdoor tea ceremony. Before you leave, be inspired by the Japanese art of fabric wrapping – furoshiki, with a picnic spread laid out!

Date: 1 March to 11 April 2021
Time: 9am – 9pm
Admission: Admission Charges to Flower Dome applies.

You can get tickets at discounted prices over at Klook or

For more information, visit Sakura Featuring Hello Kitty Gardens by the Bay.


8. Paw-verbs on the Lawn @MHC

Malay Heritage Centre Paw-verbs on the Lawn

Paw-verbs on the Lawn pays tribute to the cat, its place in Malay literary culture and in the hearts of Singaporeans, and also welcomes visitors to the Malay Heritage Centre to learn the meaning and significance behind these common Malay proverbs, and have the opportunity to snap Instagram-worthy photos that these illustrations are already known for.

Date: 10 March to 30 May 2021

For more information, visit Paw-verbs on the Lawn @MHC.


9. Honour And Learn About Qingming Festival

Qingming Festival by SCCC

First brought over by early Chinese settlers, Qingming continues to be observed in Singapore and still closely resembles the practices in China. An important custom would be saomu 扫墓, or tomb-sweeping, where families tidy up the graves of their loved ones. To encourage a better appreciation of our distinctive Chinese Singaporean culture, the SCCC has launched some programmes to spotlight the customs and traditions practised during Qingming Festival.

Date: From 26 March 2021

For more information, visit Honour And Learn About Qingming Festival.


10. Popular Warehouse Sale

The Warehouse Sale is an event by POPULAR that features clearance products offered at slashed prices. This is also the first time that they will be holding the “Take All You Can!” promotion where shoppers can pay $30 and bring home all the English & Chinese books, as well as selected music products that they can fit into a basket.

Date: 31 March to 4 April 2021

For more information, visit Popular Warehouse Sale.


11. Test Drive a LandRover

Experience the thrill of driving with our range of award-winning off-road SUVs and 4×4 Land Rover cars. For more information, visit here.


Visit Places of Interest in Singapore

12. Visit The Newly Opened Coastal PlayGrove

Play Tower at Coastal PlayGrove

Take on the Play Tower, which is Singapore’s tallest outdoor play feature, featuring 4-storey vertical net play area and slides on the third and fourth floor. The latter being the tallest outdoor slide in Singapore. The water play area guarantees fun for children as they run through the numerous water jets and splash around the wading pool and streams. Children can also reconnect with nature and engage each other in spontaneous play at the nature playgarden flushed with greenery.

Official Open Date: 28 March 2021
Venue: Coastal PlayGrove (Former Big Splash)

For more information, visit Coastal PlayGrove.


13. Jurong Bird Park

Jurong Bird Park

Date: Daily
Operation hours: 8.30am – 6pm
Admission: Charges apply

You can get tickets at discounted prices over at Klook or KKDay.


14. Singapore Flyer

singapore flyer marina bay view

Date: Daily
Operation hours: 8.30am – 10.30pm (last boarding at 10pm)
Admission: Charges apply

You can get tickets at discounted prices over at Klook or (P.S. Eligible for SingapoRediscover Vouchers too 🥳).


Go for a Staycation in Singapore

15. Conrad Centennial Singapore

Conrad Centennial Singapore Hotel RoomsPhoto credit: Conrad Centennial Singapore

The Deal:

  • [Exclusive Limited Time Only] Coffee.Stay.Huat: In collaboration with Chye Seng Huat Hardware (CSHH), Conrad Centennial Singapore brings to you Coffee.Stay.Huat staycation, where you can enjoy specialty coffee from CSHH and an exclusive School of Brew (Coffee Tasting Experience) for 2
  • Family Escape: Enjoy exclusive access to the hotel’s new Kids Club & Complimentary connecting room for 2 children under the age of 12
  • Marvelicious Getaway– Enjoy delicious breakfast & a-la-carte buffet dinner for 2 worth S$139 nett

Price: From S$295

Eligible for SingapoRediscover vouchers

Book via Klook.


16. The Fullerton Hotel Staycation

The Fullerton HotelPhoto: KKDay

The Deal:
Live like royalty with a 5-star staycation at the iconic Fullerton Hotel Singapore. Bask in the history and luxury of the magnificent Fullerton Building, a National Monument that has played a pivotal role in Singapore’s history in the past century.

  • Enjoy elegant accommodations in the hotel’s premier rooms with upscale amenities and panoramic views of Singapore River or Marina Bay
  • Immerse yourself in the whimsical world of floral gems and lush vegetations at Gardens By The Bay when you book the Premier Courtyard Room
  • Opt for Marina Bay View Room to also enjoy a romantic dinner at the Singapore Cable Car Sky Dining for two overlooking Singapore’s skyline

Price: From S$349

Book via KKDay.

➡️ Related Read: Staycation Singapore Deals


Easter Feast

17. Easter Family Feast at Tablescape

Easter Family Feast at Tablescape

Date: 2 to 4 April 2021
Venue: Tablescape

Commence the Easter feast with an array of exciting dishes! Start off with items such as the Assorted Cold Cuts and Cheeses, added here in a nod to European farming traditions when various pork products finish curing around Easter as well as the traditional Puffy Pastry that is usually made by Italian mothers to celebrate the occasion.

Thereafter, go on to savour delicious proteins like the Roasted Lamb Leg – an Easter must-have! Other selections include the glorious Pork Belly Roulade, the Oven Baked Line Caught Fish that is cooked acqua pazza style and the refreshing Seafood Salad.

For more information, visit here.


Note: All details are correct as at the time of publishing. While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy and completeness of the information, no guarantee is given nor responsibility is taken for errors or omissions in the compilation. Readers are advised to check with the respective event organisers for the most updated schedules, venues and details.

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