Mar 31, 2021

18 Activities for Kids this Easter Long Weekend 2021 Singapore


For the Easter long weekend last year, we were all cooped up at home... no thanks to Circuit Breaker. Fast forward a year and while things haven't returned somewhat to normal, I think we are all thankful that we are able to head outdoors with our families for some fun.

So do not let the Good Friday long weekend go to waste because there are quite a number of family-friendly activities happening during this 3-day long break. ENJOY!

Circuit Tiki @ Resorts World Sentosa

2 Apr - 30 Jun 2021

10am - 10pm daily

RWS East Carpark (Orange Zone)

From $18 (Novice & RWS Members)

Fuel your need for speed at Singapore's first ever indoor karting circuit! This unique and vibrantly themed circuit will get your heart rate racing, even more so with the exclusive rates for RWS members. Pre-book slots via 62520777 or email Or simply purchase your ticket on-site at the ticketing counter, subjected to availability. Minimum height of 1.4m applies. For more information, visit HERE.

Easter at Capitol Singapore and CHIJMES 

2 - 11 Apr 2021

Capitol Singapore and CHIJMES


Easter is just around the corner and Capitol Singapore and CHIJMES are transforming their grounds into an egg-ducational and eggs-ploratory wonderland ready to welcome curious minds of all ages.

At Capitol Singapore’s Outdoor Plaza, an exhibition playground featuring life-sized egg displays of 10 animals, such as the platypus, octopus, clownfish, sea turtle, emperor penguin and ostrich, provides families with an interesting fact learning journey. Over at CHIJMES’ Lawn, the young and young at heart will enjoy a playground of neon colourful LED swings, seesaws and comfy bean bags. Children are invited to spot eggs that glow in the dark while adults can learn fun facts about cuisines from all over the world like sushi from Japan, burritos from Mexico, dim sum from Hong Kong, pho from Vietnam and more!

Tour of Gallop Extension

3 Apr 2021; 9am - 10.30am

Gallop Extension, Singapore Botanic Gardens


Join in for a 45 minute guided walk through the Gallop Extension of the Singapore Botanic Gardens. Visit the OCBC Arboretum and a section of the Mingxin Foundation Rambler’s Ridge. The tour begins at the Visitor Centre at Gallop, and will take you through the OCBC Arboretum, viewing the dipterocarp collection. You will also experience the Mingxin Foundation Rambler’s Ridge, which showcases various pitcher plants and ant plants. After the tour, head to the newly-opened Como Adventure Grove Playground!

*Registration is required 15 minutes prior on a first-come-first-served basis at Visitor Services @ Gallop.

Golden Jubilee Easter Celebration

1 Apr - 2 May 2021

Jurong Bird Park

Admission charges apply

Families have more reason to visit Jurong Bird Park this Easter season as the park’s signature Easter event returns to commemorate its golden jubilee! This year’s egg-stravaganza includes a golden egg hunt, Easter-themed playground, a special Jubilee maze amongst other activities, and opportunities to win exclusive limited-edition prizes.

Embark on an Easter golden egg hunt in the Waterfall Aviary, against the scenic backdrop of 370 free-flying birds and a 30-metre-tall waterfall. Collect coloured eggs hidden throughout the expansive walk-in aviary to redeem a customisable bird mask and JBP50 sticker set. Be among the few lucky guests to find the elusive golden egg to win extra special prizes, including a Wildlife Hero pin set. Extend the fun with a digital map of the JBP50 Easter trail and go on a park-wide adventure to solve challenges and find giant JBP50 Easter eggs nestled across the park for a chance to earn a bonus prize. Egg hunt activities are available on 2, 3, 4, 10 and 11 April from 10.00am to 4.00pm. For more details, visit HERE.

Think! Contemporary Preschool Exhibition 2021

Now until 4 Apr 2021

People’s Gallery – at Botany Centre (Tanglin Gate), Singapore Botanic Gardens

Accessible between 5am to 12mn, but best viewed during hours with natural day light


Say “hello” to the future where people continue to draw inspiration from nature, and the beauty of Singapore’s garden city continue to mesmerise and inspire human imagination, young and old. In this exhibition, preschool children in Singapore have been invited to create art that reveals how nature and contemporary ecological issues are viewed through their eyes of wonder and innocence as part of the Singapore Art Museum (SAM) Think! Contemporary Preschool Programme. 

With support from their schools and teachers, the children went on a process-driven art making journey that had drawn on their natural curiosities, allowing them to explore and create. The children were inspired primarily by nature, green issues as well as the contemporary artworks in The Learning Gallery and created their artworks based on the themes in this exhibition: communities in Singapore, nature and climate change.

Otah & Friends

Now til 4 Apr 2021; 9am - 9pm daily

Bayfront Plaza (Beside Bayfront MRT)

$15 per pax (Min. 2 pax)

Close your eyes and count to ten - ready or not, Otah & Friends await! Gather your crew and challenge yourselves to a game of hide-and-seek with Otah & Friends at Singapore's first otter-themed escapade. Explore Otah's visually stunning and brightly coloured rooms to find the cheeky otter before the cookies in his oven burn! In this 45-minute adventure, rummage through his cabinets to look for clues, lounge amidst the lush foliage, and wrap up the experience with a visit to Otah's lemonade cart in his backyard. For more details, visit HERE.

Easter Wonderland at Downtown East

Now until 4 Apr 2021

Downtown East

This March school holidays, come on down with the whole family to Downtown East for an array of fun activities for children as young as four – look forward to art and baking workshops, or try your hand at roller skating and rock climbing! Spend, Catch, and Win prizes at our Egg-Cade Room and check out our IG-worthy life-sized Easter Eggs too.

The Hop'penning

2 - 30 Apr 2021

Singapore Discovery Centre


Hop over to Singapore Discovery Centre and enjoy a line of egg-cellent activities this April! For more details on activities, visit HERE.

Tropical Thrills @ USS

From 11 Mar 2021

Universal Studios Singapore

Admission charges apply

Get ready for a tropical adventure at Universal Studios Singapore. Meet King Kahula, the fast-talking and music-loving tiki, as he welcomes you to his island in an all-new interactive meet and greet. Catch your favourite characters dressed up for the occasion, including the debut of Guy Diamond from DreamWorks Animation’s Trolls. You’ll also get to let loose and hang ten on our thrilling rides and enjoy the delicious island flavors around the park. For more details, visit HERE.

Sakura featuring Hello Kitty Floral Display

Now until 11 Apr 2021; 9am – 9pm

Flower Dome, Gardens by the Bay

Admission charges apply

Walk through the torii gates and enter a Japanese landscape to admire the ephemeral beauty of cherry blossoms, also known as sakura, this season. The elegant Japanese red-crowned cranes or Tancho grace the Flower Field this spring alongside pink blossoms of sakura and momo (peach blossoms).

Adding kawaii vibes to the hanami or flower viewing tradition is popular character Hello Kitty, who is making a special appearance here at Flower Dome for the first time ever! Stroll alongside Hello Kitty as she takes you on her ideal flower viewing itinerary, from posing beside rickshaws to locating the best spot for nodate – an outdoor tea ceremony. Before you leave, be inspired by the Japanese art of fabric wrapping – furoshiki, with a picnic spread laid out! For tickets, visit HERE.

Songkran Water Festival 2021

1 - 30 Apr 2021

Wild Wild Wet, Downtown East

Admission charges apply

Downtown East’s Songkran Water Fest is back with a splash! Taking place in the month of April, Songkran Water Fest will be a month-long, all-new festival experience, where Wild Wild Wet will be refreshingly transformed into a Thai-themed attraction. Guests can look out for icons along the Chao Phraya River, we mean Shiok River, and life-sized photo-op installations like a giant water gun, and even a tuktuk! From engaging in water gun battles, spinning target board challenges, to just chilling and sipping on Thai Iced Tea, there’s something for everyone! Kids get to join the action too, so that means more fun for the whole family! And oh, SingapoRediscovers Vouchers are accepted. For more details and to book, visit HERE.

Hershey's Amazing Chocolate Machine

Now until 3 May 2021

Changi Airport T3

Inspired by the iconic Hershey’s Chocolate World store found in New York’s Times Square, Changi Airport and The HERSHEY Company are proud to brings the bright lights and big city excitement of Broadway and Times Square to Singapore residents. Modelled after the Amazing Candy Machine in the New York store, there are 8 flavours of chocolates to choose from, with 3 new to Changi flavours. Visit HERE for more details.

The Sea of Tiki @ S.E.A. Aquarium

13 Mar - 11 May 2021

S.E.A. Aquarium

Admission charges apply

It’s not just the home of 100,000 marine animals. It’s where legendary totems guide you on a wondrous journey of discovery! Follow five legendary tikis along an enlightening trail and befriend the tropics’ most fascinating marine animals – the dramatic conclusion at a volcano will make for great shareable moments! See us “create” a tiki of you and snap photos to commemorate the occasion. If you’re in luck, you’ll get to see amazing tiki warriors – dutiful protectors of the seas – feed our marine animals in a dazzling spectacle. Plus, watch out for surprise appearances by manta ray mascots who will be in adorable island outfits. Sounds great? Equatorial aquatic adventures await, so let S.E.A. Aquarium surprise you with a Hawaiian experience for the first time ever! For more details, visit HERE.

Paw-verbs on the Lawn

Now until 30 May 2021; 10am - 6pm

Malay Heritage Centre

FREE Admission


Meow-come to the brand new installation on MHC's lawn - 'Paw-verbs on the Lawn'. Explore the grounds and discover beloved and perhaps lesser-known peribahasa (or proverbs) scattered across MHC.

STAR WARS™ Identities: The Exhibition

Now until 13 Jun 2021

ArtScience Museum

Admission charges apply

Find your force at ArtScience Museum’s latest exhibition STAR WARS Identities: The Exhibition. This is the final chance for visitors to see the extensive collection of close to 200 original Star Wars items from Lucasfilm Archives before the end of its global tour. Embark on an interactive identity quest to gain new insights on Star Wars characters while discovering what force will shape your own identity. Use your SingapoRediscovers Vouchers HERE.

Once Upon A Time on The Orient Express
Now til 13 Jun 2021
Monday, Tuesday, Friday and Sunday: 10.00am – 9.00pm | Wednesday and Thursday: 10.00am - 7.00pm | Saturday: 10.00am – 10.00pm
West Lawn (Next to Bayfront Plaza)
$25 per pax (Admission is free for entrants aged 3 years and under)

Once Upon A Time on The Orient Express offers visitors a chance to embark on a fascinating journey through the history of the Orient Express, reliving the experience of travellers who boarded the train more than 100 years ago. Spanning over 2000sqm, the pop-up attraction will feature two original train carriages, classified as National Treasures of France and a 158-year-old locomotive shipped from France to Singapore, along with 300 precious items such as uniforms, shields, a pullman car, affiches, Louis Vuitton original luggage, priceless porcelain, and more. For details and tickets, visit HERE.

Wildlife Quest with Detective Blue
Now until 27 Jun 2021 (Weekends, PHs & Sch Hols only)
Jurong Bird Park
Admission charges apply

As part of Jurong Bird Park’s Golden Jubilee, Jurong Bird Park is introducing its very first Digital GPS game trail: Wildlife Quest with Detective Blue! Simply add-on $10 for the game pack and join Detective Blue on a quest to learn the unique characteristics of bird friends and explore Jurong Bird Park in a new light. Visit HERE for more details.

Home, Truly: Growing Up with Singapore, 1950s to the Present
Now til 29 Aug 2021; 10am - 7pm
National Museum of Singapore

The National Museum of Singapore presents Home, Truly: Growing Up With Singapore, 1950s to the Present in collaboration with The Straits Times, as part of the newspaper’s 175th anniversary. Featuring photographs and artefacts, including those contributed by members of the public, as well as audio-visual footage, sounds, scents and special digital features, Home, Truly explores the moments and experiences in Singapore’s past and present that express our identity and collective memory as a people. For details, visit HERE.

Sikhs in Singapore – A Story Untold

Now until 30 Sep 2021

Indian Heritage Centre

FREE Admission for Singaporeans and PRs

Co-created by members of Singapore’s Sikh community and the Indian Heritage Centre, Sikhs in Singapore – A Story Untold is presented in 3 parts – Roots, which tells the story of the origins of Singapore’s Sikh community; Settlement, which brings together some exemplary narratives of Sikh migrants to Singapore; and Contemporary Perspectives which offers glimpses into the experiences of some contemporary Sikhs. For more details, visit HERE.

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