It’s a welcomed long weekend! With three days off for the Easter long weekend in Singapore, you may well be looking for ways to get out and spend some time bonding together with the family. We round up some ideas of what’s on this Easter long weekend 2022 in Singapore, 15 to 17 April.
Things to Do During The Easter Long Weekend 2022 in Singapore, 15 to 17 April
From a Chinese garden to the facade of a Peranakan shophouse, the all-new Precious Peony floral display traces the journey of this revered flower of the Chinese as immigrants from China made their way to Nanyang. Read more about it here.
Dim Sum Warriors EARTH DAY Doodle Date
Can your kids say ‘sustainability’ in Chinese? They’ll learn this and other essential eco-terms while drawing funny cartoons—when you sign them up for the Dim Sum Warriors Earth Day Doodle Date on 16 April, 10 am to 10.45 am! Get more details here.
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Looking to enjoy the outdoors this weekend? Take in the sights of the water, land and sky at Woodlands Waterfront. Venture out on to the jetty for some awesome view. Plus, did you know there’s an awesome playground there too! Find out more about Woodlands Waterfront.
Go on an Easter Egg Hunt
Let the kids go on Easter Egg hunt around the Waterfall Aviary at Jurong Bird Park’s Easter Wonderland. While searching for coloured eggs, eagle-eyed explorers who locate the golden egg will get a special prize. Get more details here.
Dino Hunting at Jewel
For a hunt of a different sort, check out the Augmented Reality dinosaur hunt at Jewel Changi Airport. Pick up a “time travelling” device and search out dinosaurs around the Shiseido Forest Valley. As a bonus, there are AR dino eggs to hunt down too. Get more details here.
While at Changi Airport, stop by for some sweet photos at the Chupa Chups photo spots at Terminal 3.
Get an Egg-tra Early Start to the Day
Want to catch the sunrise or reflect as the sun goes down? We’ve put together an awesome list of 40+ places where you can catch it here.
Planning a nice Sunday brunch with the family? Check out some places to enjoy a meal this Easter weekend in Singapore.