With Good Friday, 19 April, being a public holiday, it is a long Easter weekend 2019 in Singapore. For those who are wondering what to do over the three-day weekend with the family, here are some suggestions.
Things to Do Over Long Easter Weekend 2019 In Singapore
Go on an Easter Egg Hunt
Take the kids out for an Easter egg hunt during the long Easter weekend 2019 in Singapore. Jurong Bird Park is holding its annual egg hunt at the Waterfall Aviary with a Sanrio Gudetama theme this year. Many hotel Easter brunches also include Easter themed activities such as egg hunts. Find out more here.
Make Plans for Sunday Brunch
Take the time to relax with friends and family over Easter Sunday brunch during the long weekend. Enjoy a sumptuous spread of Easter-themed delights and, of course, a bountiful dessert table. For a list of places where you can enjoy Easter Sunday brunches in Singapore, click here.
Experience the Provincial Life at Tulipmania 2019
Step into the Dutch countryside at Tulipmania 2019 at Gardens by the Bay. These flowers, which are associated with spring, provide a stunning backdrop for a little Dutch village, complete with windmill. During your visit, you can also enjoy the European Fair at the Flower Field Hall, where there will be Alphorn performances, too.
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Dip Back to the Good Ol’ Days at Satay Night Life
On Saturday, 20 April 2019, pay a visit to Esplanade Park for Satay Night Live from 5.30 pm to 10.30 pm at The Incubator, Esplanade Park. Tuck into sizzling satay while enjoying the music of ShiLi and Adi, The Vibes and Douglas Oliverio. There is a family zone with kids play area and this event is pet-friendly too.
See What Shines at Jewel Changi Airport
Gawk at the tallest indoor waterfall in the world, trek through the walking trails at the indoor forest and try to decide where to dine amongst the many food options at Jewel Changi Airport. Singaporeans love all things new and none is “newer” than Jewel, the mall with Pokemon Center Singapore and other first-of-its-kind brands that occupies pride of place between Terminals 1, 2 and 3.