4 egg-citing Easter hunts in town
Hotel stays and dining vouchers when you dine at these restaurants.
While adults revel in a memorable Spanish feast at UNA, children can run free in the makeshift forest theme of ‘Into the Woods’ to seek out hidden eggs carrying special treats and prizes within. In between their hunts, they can also tuck into an all-you-can-eat brunch of churros, torrijas and paellas. Children below six dine for free. $88++ per adult, $48++ per child aged 6-12 years old. Available on 5 April 2015. 1 Rochester Park. Tel: 6773 0770
Capella Singapore turns Easter into a family affair, where children will have dedicated food stations and can look forward to fun-filled activities including egg-decorating and an egg hunt on the hotel’s sprawling front lawn. Prizes to be won include a night’s stay in the hotel’s garden villa or a free massage at Auriga Spa. $188 to $228 per adult, $118 per child aged 7 to 12, $78 per child aged 4 to 6. Available on 5 April 2015 at 12:30pm. 1 The Knolls, Sentosa Island, Singapore 098297
Younger guests will be entertained aplenty at 10 at Claymore, with movies, craft activities and fresh crepes from the Cottage Crepe station. The splendid dessert display of over 30 cakes, pastries and puddings is not likely to disappoint. From $98 to $133 per adult, $49 per child. Available on 5 April 2015. Pan Pacific Orchard, 10 Claymore Road, Singapore 229540
PARKROYAL on Pickering’s garden surrounds serves as the ideal venue for a laidback brunch of Scotch eggs with black truffle hollandaise, egg cocotte with lobster Bolognese and live stations of rosti with smoked salmon, and pan-fried foie gras at Lime. 50 red and white eggs will be hidden throughout the hotel, containing prizes that range from dining vouchers to a staycation. From $108 to $158 per adult. Available on 5 April 2015. 3 Upper Pickering Street. Tel: 6809 8899