We bet that a lot of us have been looking forward to the Easter long weekend in Singapore. Maybe it is a time to just slow things down. Or perhaps you have plans to spend it with family and friends and you are looking for thing to do over the Easter long weekend, 7 to 9 April 2023. Here are some ideas for thing to do over the Easter long weekend in Singapore 2023.
What to do over the Easter Long Weekend in Singapore, 7 to 9 April 2023
Disney Light & Sound Show
This Easter long weekend is the last chance to view the six-minute Disney-inspired light and sound show at Jewel Changi Airport. It is part of the Disney100 activities taking place at Jewel Changi Airport, including Canopy Park. Find out more about the Disney100 experieence.
While you are at Changi Airport, you can take the chance to enjoy the Rilakkuma and Friends and T3 Underground Carnival. Or try out the new rock climbing wall at Terminal 3.
Cosfest: Legend of the Floral Guardian
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Cosfest, an international pop culture convention focused on comics art and cosplay in Singapore, takes place on 8 April at the Flower Field Hall. This year, visitors can look forward to meeting Mr Tony Isabella, the creator and writer of DC’s Comics Black Lightning and performances and singing masterclass by Yumi Matsuzawa, a Japanese singer for the popular series Saint Seiya. This is a ticketed event. Get more details here.
While you are at Gardens by the Bay, you may also wish to visit the Sakura floral display and view the Transformers at the Silver Garden.
Explore Punggol Regional Library
Punggol Regional Library has just opened. While it will be closed on Good Friday, 7 April, you can head down over the weekend from Saturday to check it out. One of the activities taking place over the weekend is the workshop Sing Your Song of Hawker Food on 8 April. But there plenty of different spaces to explore at the library such as the Stories Come Alive space, the Toy Library and zones for teen and makers. Find out more about Punggol Regional Library.
Free Movie by the Beach & Entry to Musical Fountain
For some sand and surf, pay a visit to Sentosa. While entry to the island is no longer free via car or Sentosa Express (it is still free if you walk in), there are some free things taking place this Easter long weekend. On Friday, 7 April, 7.45 pm, there is a complimentary screening of Who Framed Roger Rabbit at Palawan Green. And, from 1 April to 30 June, entry to the Sentosa Musical Fountain to watch its daytime water performances is free too. You can also go on a hunt for… not Easter eggs… but the Explorers of Sentosa as well.
Mattel Playhouse (Last Weekend)
Pay a visit to Mattel Playhouse before it closes on 9 April 2023. This event at Marina Square features 12 different activities with brands such as Hot Wheels, Barbie, Thomas the Tank Engine and more. Get more details here.
Science Explorers: Egg Hunt
Science Explorers present “Egg Hunt at the Library” where there will be spinning crafts and other hands-on activities that kids can do. This programme at Jurong Regional Library is suitable for 3 to 10 year olds. Get more details here.
Easter Egg Hunt at Sing See Soon Floral & Landscape
Want a reason to pay a visit to Sing See Soon Floral & Landscape at Simei and shop for some plants? Make your way down for an Easter egg hunt on Sunday, 9 April, afternoon. Get more details here.
Kampong Bugis Cosmic Market – Easter Weekend
Spend a lazy Sunday at the Kampong Bugis building along Kallang Riverside Park and spend some time shopping for fresh produce from Singapore’s farms and sustainable goods designed and made by local craftsmen. Find out more about what’s happening at the free Kampong Bugis Cosmic Market.
Thinking of having an Easter Sunday Brunch? Check out a list of places where you can laze about with some good food and chill vibes on Sunday, 9 April 2023. View the list of places for Easter Brunch.
Books Beyond Borders $1 Sale
Shop for kids and teens books from $1 from 7 to 9 April 2023. Bring along your own bag and shop for books and also help to contribute towards funding classroom projects in Nepal. Get more details here.
Sign up for Climate Conversations
How do you feel about climate change? Join other young parents in discussing the climate crisis and how to take collective action within your own social circle. This event is taking place at the end of April but registrations are now open. Space are limited so register now. Get more details here.