Go on a Great Egg-Venture at Sentosa-HarbourFront

Eggs

Go on a Great Egg-Venture with your family and friends this Easter at Sentosa HarbourFront.

For the Easter season, more than 100 giant eggs will be scattered throughout Mount Faber, HarbourFront and Sentosa Island as part of a unique Egg-hibition and Egg Hunt.

The giant 1.5 metres by 1 metre sized eggs have been uniquely decorated by 200 local artists from various associations, groups and schools. See if you can spot the fun and loving Easter monster, Quirkly, decorated by Temasek Polytechnic Design School, Humpty Dumpty, a Sheriff, and Yan’s Milk Bottle, a hybrid of a fantasy starship and baby’s bottle.

Quirky
Quirky by Temasek Polytechnic Design School

Eggs
Decorated Eggs at the Great Egg-Venture

Egg Hunt

Not only do these make wonderful photo opportunities with the family but you can also take in the Egg Hunt! Go in search of the 100 giant eggs and stand a chance to win attractive prizes. To participate, log in to www.facebook.com/shba_eggventure to register for the giant egg hunt.

Easter Activities at the Sentosa-HarbourFront Precinct

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Over the Easter Weekend, head down to the Sentosa Egg Fiesta at Siloso Beach’s Emerald Pavilion where fun-filled activities will be taking place from 18 to 20 April. Enter into an egg design competition, take part in egg crafts and enjoy a toddler egg hunt. There will also be performances and even a demonstration on how to walk on eggs!

Easter Sunday dining can also be enjoyed at W Hotel, Movenpick Heritage Hotel Sentosa, The Sentosa Resort & Spa, Capella Singapore, Siloso Beach Resort, Rasa Sentosa and Spuds & Aprons, located at the top of Mount Faber.

For more details, visit www.shba.org.sg

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