The Easter holidays are upon us, and the whole of Singapore will be gathering pace to celebrate this holy period of the Christian calendar. All friends and families, no matter their background, faith, or belief will certainly be planning what to do and the Lion City won’t be disappointing with the COVID-19 situation now firmly in control, compared to 2020.

For 2021, the Easter holidays in Singapore will be a fresh break with plenty of social activities to do for the whole family such as fun egg hunts, egg painting activities, brunches at a few top hotels, and more. The numerous choices certainly make it hard for families with kids to choose what to do. So to help with your planning, this article by Pacific Prime Singapore looks at some of the most popular, kid-friendly activities to consider for the Easter holidays.

Have fun together and stay safe!

Head to the Power Kids Gym: Easter egg fun!

For families with young, energetic kids, heading to the Power Kids Gym will be a great place for them to explore and let out all their excitement. This April 2nd, the gym will be hosting an Easter egg hunt that will have your kids scrambling around the gym for hidden eggs. The session is scheduled to last around 1.5 hours, and kids who prefer other activities will come across ones like the bunny hop obstacle course and even zip line flying. The gym will be providing some light refreshments so parents can sit back and relax.

As the event is happening soon, be sure to contact the gym or book your tickets here before places run out. Bunny-hop away!

Visit the Singapore Yacht Club: Easter Sunday fun for the kids!

If being at a gym for kids feels a little confining for the family, how about enjoying a relaxing afternoon at The Wharf this Easter Sunday? This iconic location with a rich history going back 195 years will certainly be a memorable experience for the family.

The Wharf at the Singapore Yacht Club has announced a special dine-in experience for families – for every adult who dines in, accompanying kids aged 12 and below will also be given complimentary ice cream – which is perfect for sweet-tooth kids!

Also, kids will get to participate in a fun egg hunt contest, decorate some eggs, create some Easter sock bunnies, and more at the Children’s Room and Nautica Ballroom. With so many activities to do, kids will definitely have their hands full, if not messy with ice cream all over their mouths.

Make sure to enquire or make a reservation with The Wharf before the venue is fully booked.

Staycation at the Parkroyal on Beach Road: Easter hunt and brunch

With a few days off work and children at home, why not consider a staycation? Being at home can be a bit boring for the kids, which is why until April 4th, Parkroyal is offering a well-deserved break this Easter weekend with a special family staycation that is sure to bring excitement for the whole family.

Bookings made before April 4th will include special Easter activities for the kids, as well as adults to enjoy. This includes the classic Easter egg hunt which will take place within the hotel. For families that come across eggs, be sure to take a selfie and share with the hotel to win attractive prizes such as room stay benefits, and wonderful spa and dining vouchers.

On top of the activities, the staycation package also includes local gourmet experience workshops led by culinary masters, a lovely welcome picnic tote bag with a fun activity kit for kids, daily breakfast for the family, and more!

Contact Parkroyal today and reserve your room for the family!

Go green and head to the Sprout Hub

If you find that bookings are full in the places mentioned above or Easter egg hunts aren’t something your kids enjoy, then wait until the following weekend, April 10th to April 11th, and head to the Sprout Hub.

In collaboration with the Easter edition of the flagship event Farms Day Out, the Sprout Hub, which features community farmers, will have agricultural experts and guides on hand to teach children about eco-friendly ways of growing and living.

As an educational hub for kids and adults, the venue will have actual rabbits in which families can learn more about and even adopt! Adults can partake in activities such as brewing kombucha, and kids can learn about growing microgreens, and creating art out of recycled materials, and more.

Contact the Sprout Hub for a list of activities on the day and discover more about promoting eco-friendly ways of growing, using materials, and living a sustainable life that is also great for the environment. Head to the Sprout Hub and go green!

Keep the family healthy and protected

The Easter holidays are a great reminder for people of all faiths and backgrounds in Singapore, that family is the center of everything, and protecting them from harm and ill-health is something we all naturally commit to.

With the cost of medical treatment among the highest in Southeast Asia, it pays to be worry-free by knowing that the whole family is covered by a plan that suits their needs and budget.

Feel free to download Pacific Prime’s Cost of International Health Insurance report to see Singapore’s average ranking for international private medical insurance (IPMI) for families in Singapore.

With that said, good health is an essential aspect of our lives for children to adults and even elderly members of the family. This is why securing family health insurance is the best form of protection in case the worst arises. A comprehensive plan from an experienced broker like Pacific Prime Singapore can help diminish your worries of paying steep medical costs and upending your financial position.

If you are undecided, then you are welcome to contact us today.

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