Explore · 18 Apr 2019

Let’s GOJEK! Things to do this Easter weekend (18–21 April 2019)

It’s the Easter weekend! Get out and get egg-cited with our curated list of things to do. We’ve got everything from Filipino folklore to a Taiwanese night market right here by your doorstep.

Image from: Singapore Art Museum

See: SAM Mini Mobile Museum

When: Until 4 August

This travelling art exhibition brings Rodel Tapaya’s May Tainga ang Lupa (The Land has Ears) to the heartland with the rich legends and folklore of the Philippines. Currently nested in the Tampines Regional Library, the SAMMMM will also travel to Woodlands and Jurong.

Image from: Pan Pacific Singapore

Eat: Edge Easter Brunch Experience

Where: Pan Pacific

When: 21 April

Feast on foie gras, fresh figs, and a whole lot more with this Easter Sunday champagne brunch. While you get boozy, the young ones get to go on egg hunts, have their faces painted, and take pictures with a bunny mascot.

Image from: Jurong Bird Park

Play: Easter Eggs-travaganza with Gudetama

Where: Jurong Bird Park

When: Until 30 April 2019

Take your kiddos out to find golden eggs to win Gudetama merch, snap photos with everyone’s favourite lazy egg, and find out how cute baby birds are raised in the park.

Image from: Roger Goh

Explore: Jewel Changi

Where: Changi Airport

This needs no introduction, but we’ll give you a short recap: a forest valley to walk through, the world’s tallest indoor waterfall, the highly-anticipated return of everyone’s childhood fave A&W, Shake Shack’s first foray into Singapore, and endless opportunities to shop local with labels like In Good Company. Go on – brave the opening weekend crowds.

Image from: Pixabay

Eat / Shop / Play: Shilin Night Market

Where: The Grounds@Kranji, Singapore Turf Club

When: 19–21; 26–28 April

Missed your chance to fly off to Taiwan this long weekend? Well, the good news is: Taiwan’s coming our way. This 200,000 sq ft. space will be home to four different zones: Eat, Shop, Play, and Fun – which means it has everything from food to indie/artisan labels to KTV booths, and even live music. Free shuttle services from Bugis and Carros Centre.

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