Things to Do: 5 exciting things to do on 2, 3 & 4 April 2021

Say hello to the long weekend! A much-awaited break is here; how are you planning to spend it?  Here are some ideas to keep in mind.

1. Easter Egg Hunt

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Easter is such a fun time for kids! Go all out with an Easter Egg Hunt, there are a fair number of these happening all around the island. Singapore Philatelic Museum is organising one at Fort Canning Park on both 3 and 10 April. Seize the chance to hunt down cute little rainbow eggs, all while on a race to complete various challenges along the way. 

Other hunts include going on an ‘egg-venture’ with Otah the Otter from 1 to 4 April; the search for the Golden Egg at Jurong Bird Park from 1 April to 2 May; a whole range of Easter-themed activities at Shangri-La Hotel from now to 4 April; as well as navigating a thrilling bunny hop obstacle course at the Power Kids gym!

2. Songkran Water Fest

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Have a splashing good time at the Songkran Water Fest – the Singapore edition. Held at Wild Wild Wet for the entire month of April, Songkran is a roaring celebration of the Thai New Year. This special holiday is usually marked by a water fight of gargantuan proportions that take over the streets of Thailand.

Arm yourself with a powerful water gun or super soaker, and drench everyone that you meet! Try to time your visit from 3 to 5pm, where staff with water gun backpacks will be instigating fun water fights! Take pictures with a tuk-tuk, Thai decor, and a giant super soaker – all to the tune of pumping electronic dance music. Check out the Thai-themed figurines, or try to shoot down a spinning target with a water gun. There’s just so much to do; buy your tickets here!

3. The Curious Case of the Missing Peranakan Treasure

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Put on your crime-solving hats – it’s time to solve a mystery. Embark on an adventure from the comfort of your own home with The Curious Case of the Missing Peranakan Treasure, a virtual escapade directed by Hossan Leong. 

Set in the beautiful Raffles Hotel Singapore, you’ll be tasked to navigate through the hotel, and solve the mystery before the stroke of midnight. Enjoy immersive 360-degree virtual reality views and surround sound as you play detective, and explore the historic hotel. The experience costs $38 per pax, book your session here

4. The Rescue Project

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Looking to do some spring cleaning? Don’t just throw everything out! Instead, bring your preloved clothes, shoes, bags, and accessories to The Rescue Project, an initiative brought about by [email protected] and Swapaholic. Until 4 April, drop off a bag of your items at the Declutter Collection Drive. 

Bagfuls of these items will then be available for purchase on 17 and 18 April; limited slots are available for $15, register your interest now!

5. Circuit Lab

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Work up a sweat with Circuit Lab’s outdoor bootcamp, which integrates the various components of Interval, Functional, Core Stability work, Agility, and Strength training. The result? An action-packed 45-minute blood-pumping session – with no two identical sessions! Put in your all to the pumping beats of pulsating music, alongside highly motivating instructors. 

Located at The Lawn @ Marina Bay, Circuit Lab promises an invigorating workout that’s guaranteed to get your heart racing, and your endorphins flowing. There are various sessions from Friday to Sunday – check out the timings here.  

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