7 Things To Do In Singapore Over The 2018 Easter Weekend

The long Easter weekend is right around the corner, and if you’re not going away, you know what that means. If you’re thinking bunnies, chocolates, and Easter eggs, you’re not wrong – but we’re talking about three glorious days to spend with friends and family, be it stuffing yourselves silly or going on a relaxing staycation. If you haven’t made plans, we’ve got you covered!

Hunt & Brunch at The Kitchen Table

Nothing quite says Easter like an Easter Sunday Feast and that is exactly what W Singapore promises to deliver. Expect an eggs-traordinary brunch spread at the kitchen table with a raw bar full of fresh crustaceans like Freshly Shucked Oysters, Mussels and Crab Claws awaits, as well as delicious meats from the carvery like Red Wine Rabbit, Roast Whole Lamb and Coq Au Vin. Diners can also try their hand at pizza making or load up at the extended dessert table full of chocolatey treats. Those who prefer a less rambunctious vibe can opt for SKIRT’s semi-buffet lunch with an extravagant cold seafood bar meatier brunch with and menu options like Cape Grim Australian Beef Tartare, Truffled Shakshouka, Australian Prime Rib Carved From The Bone and Whole Fried Trout. Prolong the enjoyment with an extra hour of brunch till 4pm (regular brunch hours are 12.30pm-3pm). All guests will also get to enjoy a cool dip at WET® one of Singapore’s largest resort outdoor pool areas surrounded by beautiful landscapes free of charge. 

Got kids? There’s a Golden Egg Hunt, face painting, balloon sculpting, and a bouncy castle to keep the littlies occupied.

Date & Time: Sunday, 1 April, 12.30pm-4pm

Price: S$218++ per person at the kitchen table, $178++ per person at SKIRT, includes free-flow bubbly, wines, cocktails and mocktails.

W Singapore – Sentosa Cove is located 21 Ocean Way, Singapore 098374 p. +65 6808 7288. For more information, see website

Relax with an Easter Staycation at the InterContinental Singapore Robertson Quay

If you’re looking for a laid-back weekend, the InterContinental Singapore Robertson Quay is perfect, whether you’re lounging by the pool or exploring the Robertson Quay neighbourhood on Tokyo Bikes. Be taken in by the charm and sophistication of this unique precinct a world away from the bustle of urban life. Truly escape your worries with a weekend stay at this luxury residential-inspired hotel and return refreshed and energised. Be mesmerised by the gorgeous views, either of Singapore’s sparkling city skyline or the romantic river below. Those really in the mood to indulge should definitely book a Club InterContinental Studio room at an additional S$80++, which includes access to the 24-hour Club InterContinental lounge which offers afternoon tea from 2-4pm and evening cocktails and canapes 6-8pm. Publico Ristorante is also celebrating Easter with their signature brunch menu and hot cross buns, chocolate eggs, cocktails and wine.

Price: From S$280++ a night, includes daily breakfast at Publico Deli or Breakfast in Bed for two adults, extended relaxation hours with early check-in at 12 noon and late check-out at 4pm, $50 nett dining credit – to be used at Publico Ristorante Publico Deli and Marcello.

InterContinental Singapore Robertson Quay is located at 1 Nanson Road, River Valley, Singapore 238909, p.+65 6826 5000. Book your staycation here.


Explore Marriott Cafe’s Easter Culinary Adventure

Witness Marriott Cafe’s transformation into an Easter Wonderland, as they pull out all the stops this festive occasion. Indulge in an extensive melange of more than 70 Western and Asian delicacies such as  Seared Duck Foie Gras with Red Onion Marmalade, Braised Beef Bourguignon, Singapore Chilli Crab, Grilled Lamb Chops and Pork Saddle with Prunes & Pancetta Stuffing. Diners can also look forward to the freshest premium seafood featuring Snow Crab Legs and Boston Lobsters alongside Baked Mussel Marinara, Scallop Ceviche Tuna Tartar and Oyster Florentine. Be sure to save space for mouthwatering Easter themed desserts such as Easter Almond Rice Tart, Earl Grey Tea Chocolate Mushroom and Walnut Carrot Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting on top of the classic chocolate eggs and bunnies.

Got kids? They are sure to enjoy themselves with a whole afternoon full of fun with activities such as scratch art and making their own key rings!

Price: S$88++ for adults (additional S$10++ for free flow sparkling wine, house wines, and beer) and S$44++ for children ages 12 years and below.

Marriott Cafe Easter Sunday Buffet Lunch is happening on Sunday, 01 April 2018, 12pm – 2.30pm, at Marriott Cafe, Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel. For reservations, please call +65 6831 4605, email to [email protected], or visit here for more information.

Brunch it up with The Marmalade Pantry Novena


Tuck into a sumptuous Easter Brunch at The Marmalade Pantry Novena with their signature dishes like their Spicy Crabmeat Pasta. There is also an a la carte brunch buffet where you will be able to find The Marmalade Mac & Cheese and Marmalade French Toast in the ala carte brunch buffet. Further indulge in the festivities with an Easter-themed dessert table.

Got kids? Make it a memorable one for them with wonderfully fun activities like face painting, balloon twisting and to top it off, a magic show!

Price: S$48++ for adults and S$25++ for children ages 4 – 12 years old. Confirm your reservations by 25 March 2018, and enjoy 15% off the total bill when you pay with Mastercard.

Easter Bonanza is happening on Sunday, 1st April 2018, 12.30pm – 2pm at Marmalade Pantry Novena, 8 Sinaran Drive #01-02/04 Oasis Hotel Novena, Singapore 307470. For Reservations please call +65 6664 0348 or email [email protected]  

Sunday on the Hill

Kick back and relax at Sunday on a Hill with a laid-back get-together with friends or family in the gardens of Emily Hill. Grab a bite from Sidecar Sausages with their gourmet sausage options and burgers. For vegetarian options, Banyan Tamarind Foods will also be popping up. Wash it down with a couple of craft beers on draft, cocktails and more by Kult Kafe. Let the good vibes flow with music by Sideshow DJs and Stevie G. Challenge each other to garden games, pool table, darts and foosball while the little ones are occupied with crayon art. Everyone is included so feel free to bring the dog to soak in the fun!

Sunday on the Hill takes place at Emily Hill, 11 Upper Wilkie Road, Singapore 228120

The Michelin Guide Street Food Festival

Food is intricately woven into the Singaporean national identity and binds the different cultures that harmoniously co-exist together and The Michelin Guide Street Food Festival celebrates the rich multi-ethnic influences of street food favourites; be treated to options like the signature Una-Don from Man Man Unagi and the high raved about Heart Attack Fried Rice from local favourite New Ubin Seafood. Whether you have a sweet tooth or not, The Blue Ginger Restaurant, one of Singapore’s few Peranakan Restaurant’s Durian Chendol is a must try. In addition to local classics, Michelin-starred Restaurants like Joel Robuchon Restaurant will be creating two exquisite desserts and Song of India will provide an exciting selection of Naans paired with Butter Chicken.

Price: Only VIP tickets are left at S$200 per person, includes welcome glass of champagne and wine and free flow beers, still and sparkling water, tasting portions of food for all stalls and dedicated seating area with service staff.

Michelin Guide Street Food Festival is happening from 30 March – 1st April at The Coliseum, Resorts World Sentosa. First Seating from 6pm – 8pm, Second Seating from 8.30pm – 10.30pm.

Boozy Sunday Brunch at Salted & Hung

Spend the weekend making merry at Salted & Hung’s Easter Weekend Brunch. Begin with Antipasti Bar and Charcuterie or go straight into appetizers like Smoked Halibut and Caviar Crostini and Portobello, Egg on Toast. Tuck into the heartier stuff like Spiced Barramundi Tacos. Lamb Neck, Roasted Pork Belly and Roasted Roots and finish off the meal with divine desserts such as The Chocolate Easter Mess. Capitalise on the long weekend and go all out the two-hour boozy free flow including cava, wine, beer, and cocktails!

Price: S$75++ for food (add S$45++ to enjoy two hours of free flow alcohol)

Salted & Hung‘s Easter Brunch is happening from 30th March – 1st April at 11.30am – 4pm (last order 3.30pm) is located at 12 Purvis Street, Singapore 188591, p.+65 6358 3130.


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