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 10 Apr 2019  

Easter egg hunts, weekend buffets, baking classes and chocolate bunnies to nibble at: it’s fun for the family around Marina Bay Sands, with a smorgasbord of activities (and nosh) to choose from over the Good Friday weekend.   

Eggcellent brunches


We’re rather fans of buttermilk fried chicken, and all the better – or do we mean batter? – when it’s all-you-can-eat at Yardbird Southern Table & Bar for just S$34++. Also on the menu are Funfetti Pancakes (S$22++) and the dangerously addictive Mac & Cheese (S$14++). If you’d rather a stacked milkshake, then make for Black Tap Craft Burgers & Beer. The Wild Cherry Shake (S$22++) is strictly for sharing thanks to its decadence, but is a wildly delicious treat that’s stacked with a vanilla-frosted rim of Easter M&M’S, yellow chick marshmallows and sprinkles.

LAVO meatball

Then there’s RISE, whose Wondrous Easter Brunch (Child S$25++; Adult S$98++) promises to pad your stomach well with Whole Roasted Black Angus Tomahawk Yorkshire Pudding and Baked Apple Pudding with Cinnamon Custard Sauce, to name just two. Meantime, rooftop restaurant LAVO’s Sunday Funday Champagne Brunch (Child S$48++; Adult from S$98++) will be spun on its head for Easter – with face-painting and an Easter egg hunt for the little ones, and free-flow champagne for the adults.

Various dates. View details and full list of Festive Dining Specials here.

Fall down the rabbit hole 


A phrase that’s been done to death – quite unlike the curious world of Lewis Caroll’s Alice in Wonderland, a place of whimsy and unpredictability that has seen the 1865 story reinterpreted across pop culture through the centuries. In Wonderland at ArtScience Museum (Child from S$11; Adult from S$15), an exhibition imported from the Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI), visitors are invited to step through the looking glass and into a funhouse that examines the story’s evolution across five sections: the Drawing Room, Hallway of Doors, Pool of Tears, Queen’s Croquet Ground, and Mad Hatter’s Tea Party.

With over 300 artefacts, digital projections and animated snippets to entertain the little ones, Wonderland makes enthralling fun by suspending your notions of what’s real and what isn’t – while at the same time showing off the development of film from its puppetry days through to CGI and 3D animation.

future world

Extend the fun at FUTURE WORLD: Where Art Meets Science by Japanese collective teamLab, where digital waterfalls part beneath your feet, sketched artworks come to life, and thousands of twinkling lights draw you into an immersive, digital cosmos. 

Nature jaunts


If a stroll through manicured gardens and Avatar-like trees sounds right up your alley, then the 101-hectare Gardens by the Bay is the place to be. And beyond its hidden art installations, domed conservatories and Supertrees is a new attraction set to unfold on April 14: Floral Fantasy (Child from S$5; Adult from S$9), a fantastical spread of garden landscapes across four thematic zones. From suspended flowering plants and a bubbling brook to a cavernous space with terraced rock formations, there’s plenty to see. 

Baking classes and sweets


With the Easter weekend upon us, SweetSpot knows what the little ones want: chocolate bunnies, hot cross buns and Easter eggs, for starters. But wouldn’t it be even better to actually make them? db Bistro & Oyster Bar by Daniel Boulud will be holding a series of baking sessions for five- to ten-year-olds (13 April, 11am-12.30pm; from S$45++) at its Junior Pastry Academy, led by Executive Pastry Chef Mandy Pan to guide the little ones through baking Easter-themed sweet treats.

Take the indulging further with the restaurant’s 3-course Easter tasting menu (21 April, 5.30pm-10.30pm; S$98++ per pax) with options such as Maine Lobster Salad, and Daniel Boulud’s Nine-Herb Ravioli “1998” that’s built with blue foot mushrooms and artichokes. 

View details and full list of Festive Dining Specials here

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