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Your Ultimate Easter Guide

by Hunain Kapadia

Your Ultimate Easter Guide

Easter weekend is coming up fast, which means you’ll probably have a few extra days off to enjoy some downtime with friends and fam. We don’t know about you, but we’re planning on going all out this Easter with great food, drinks and good times. If you’re thinking of doing the same, we’ve put together a handy Easter guide with top-notch places in Singapore offering fab feasts, decadent high teas and great holiday promotions. And for those who are thinking of escaping the city, we’ve also added some sweet spots where you can skip off for a quick getaway. (Image: The White Rabbit)

the kitchen table at W Singapore – Sentosa Cove

21 Ocean Way, Sentosa Cove | p. +65 6808 7268

If you’re looking for a groovy, boozy kind of brunch this Easter, head to W Singapore – Sentosa Cove for an Eggs-travaganza. The spread includes a Caviar bar, Oysters, uniquely cured Salmon (Gin & Cucumber | Lavender), a selection of 40 types of French and New World Cheese and a live Foie Gras station. You can also bite into Wagyu Mayura Leg and Whole Roasted Halibut from the Carvery and western creations like Paella Valenciana, BBQ pulled beef “egg benedict.” If you’re bringing the kids, there will be exciting activities to keep them entertained and complementary access to WET® which also has a new W slide.  Book now.

Brunch: Sunday 12:30pm – 4pm:  $168++ for food only and $228++ for bottomless bubbly, wine, cocktails and mocktails, kids 4 – 12 years old dine for $88++, kids under 4 dine for free.

Capitol Kempinski

15 Stamford Rd | p. +65 6368 8888

For something a bit different from your usual brunch haunts, head to the newly opened Capitol Kempinski where you have two divine brunch options: a decadent spread of international dishes at 15 Stamford by Alvin Leung or a smorgasbord of German delights at Frieda. Both offer free-flow options as well as fun activities for the kids like an Easter egg hunt, face and body painting, balloon sculpting and a visit with the Easter Bunny. Book now.
15 Stamford by Alvine Leung: $68++ per child, $128++ per adult, $178++ per adult including free-flowing champagne, select wines and cocktails

Frieda: $78++ for one main course, $98++ for one main course and free-flow beer, $128++ for one main course and free-flow champagne and house wine

Colony at The Ritz-Carlton Millenia Singapore

7 Raffles Avenue | p. +65 6434 5288

You’d be hard-pressed to find an Easter brunch more over the top than the vintage champagne Sunday brunch at the Ritz Carlton. Think mouthwatering eats like , canapes at “The Hatchery”, a special ‘live’ station featuring smoked chicken with Acceglio cheese ravioli, caviar and flambé foie gras, as well as chocolate Easter eggs. Then there’s the free-flowing Bollinger La Grande Année 2007! Book now.

April 21, 12pm – 3:30pm
$388++ per adult including unlimited pours of Bollinger La Grande Année 2007, $228++ per adult (includes unlimted pours of Champagne Barons de Rothschild Réserve Ritz Millésime 2010, Champagne Barons de Rothschild Réserve Ritz Rosé NV, house pour red/white wines and draft beer) $116 ++ per child (6 – 12 years old) and $57++ per child (3 – 5 years old). Pre-payment required.

Lewin Terrace

21 Lewin Terrace | p. +65 6333 9905

If you’re looking to impress guests visiting from out-of-town, Michelin-starred Lewin Terrace is a pretty solid bet. The restaurant is set in a beautiful black and white colonial bungalow surrounded by lush greenery in Fort Canning Park. The food is just as elegant as the setting with Easter specials like the mushroom tomato risotto and grilled duck breast with seasonal spring vegetables. Try to get a seat on the veranda if you can so you can really enjoy the views. Book now.

Easter Lunch April 19 – April 20, $58++ for 3 courses, 12pm – 3pm, $88++ for 4 coursesEaster Dinner April 19 & April 21 6:30pm – 9pm. , All you can eat dinner buffer at  $88++ per person

The White Rabbit

39C Harding Road | p. +65 6473 9965

Every year White Rabbit throws a wild Easter celebration with fun, games, great food and cheeky drinks. The huge brunch spread includes scrumptious eats like fresh seafood, tasty salads, hearty roasts and delectable desserts. Adults can sip champers or G&Ts in the cathedral-like dining room or the garden while little ones romp around the grounds and take part in fun activities like Easter egg painting and jumping in the bouncy castle. Book now.

Brunch: Sun 11am – 3:30pm

The Knolls at Capella Singapore

The Knolls, Sentosa Island | p. +65 6377 8888

Gather up the whole gang this Easter Sunday and bring them down to Capella Singapore for an afternoon of delish food, free-flowing drinks and entertainment for all ages. The brunch spread will feature highlights like rotisserie chicken, honey-baked ham and irresistible sweet treats. Little ones will love the live magic show and outdoor playground, and all guests can take part in the Easter egg hunt for a shot at winning great prizes like a free night in a one-bedroom villa. Book now.
$238++ per adult including free-flow champagne, wine, beer and cocktails$208++ per adult including non-alcoholic beverages$98++ per child (12 years old and under)

Anti:dote at Fairmont Singapore

2 Stamford Rd, Swissôtel The Stamford Level 1 | p. +65 6431 5315

For the entire month of April, Anti:dote will be celebrating Easter with a daily afternoon tea. Settle onto one of the stylish sofas and snack on delicacies like salmon tartare, basil oil caviar sandwiches, crispy foie gras, hot cross buns and desserts like carrot tea cake, tiramisu and the ruby chocolate opera cake. To accompany the spread you have your choice of coffee, tea, champagne or the special Eh? What’s Up Doc cocktail with gin, tea, lemon thyme acid, carrot juice and pineapple juice. Book now.
April 1- April 30 Mon – Thurs 3pm – 5pm, Fri – Sun 12pm – 2pm, 3pm – 5pm

Rose Veranda at Shangri-La

22 Orange Grove Road | p. +65 6737 3644

Spend the afternoon sipping and snacking in a lovely setting at the Rose Veranda in the Shangri-La. The Easter high tea buffet includes classic offerings like finger sandwiches and hot cross buns, as well as Easter-themed desserts like chocolate eggs, cupcakes and the to-die-for hazelnut magnum. Even better, the high tea includes a glass of Prosecco to get the afternoon started off right. There are two seatings and reservations are essential. Book now.
April 21 11:30am – 2pm, 3pm – 5:30pm
$78++ per adult including a glass of prosecco

Tea Lounge at Regent Singapore

1 Cuscaden Rd | p. +65 6725 3246

Make your way to the Tea Lounge at the Regent Singapore this Easter weekend for an indulgent afternoon tea featuring an array of Eastern and Western dishes. Think slow-roasted angus beef tomahawk marinated in whisky and rosemary, lobster laksa, river prawn congee, steamed Atlantic cod with a vibrant Singapore Nonya sauce, and delightful desserts like smoked match eclairs and yuzu madeleines. Book now.
April 20 – April 21 12pm – 2:30pm, 3pm – 5:30pm.

$75++ per adult

$115++ with free-flow prosecco
$135++ with free-flow champagne
Free for children under 5 years old

W Singapore – Sentosa Cove

21 Ocean Way, Sentosa Island | p. +65 6808 7288


A trip to Sentosa Island always feels like a vacay, especially if you book into a spot like the W Singapore – Sentosa Cove for a night or two. Here you’ll find lush greenery, seaside views and vibrant rooms and facilities with a focus on fresh design, fashion and music. Spend the days and nights hanging out by the 24-hour WET® pool, getting pampered at award-winning AWAY® Spa, dining on contemporary cuisine at SKIRT and grooving out to stellar beats at WOOBAR. The Staycay With Us package gets you 50% off the second night when you book two nights in the Wonderful Room or the Fabulous Room from Friday to Monday, over the weekend.  Book now.

The Fullerton Bay Hotel

80 Collyer Quay | p. +65 6333 8388

If you want to be in the midst of all the waterfront action, The Fullerton Bay Hotel boasts an enviable location right on Marina Bay. The luxurious rooms here feature plush beds, huge windows that afford views over the water, and all the mod cons you could ask for. We also love the stunning rooftop pool, elegant restaurants serving up gourmet eats, and the Lantern Bar where you can order up artisan cocktails and watch the sunset. Book now.

Villa Samadhi

20 Labrador Villa Road | p. +65 6274 5674

Set in a black and white colonial building in the Labrador Nature Reserve, Villa Samadhi feels like it’s a world away from Singapore’s buzzing CBD, yet it’s only a 10-minute drive away. The boutique hotel has just 20 rooms, which adds to the intimate ambiance, and each has modern amenities and gorgeous bathrooms with rain showers and wooden tubs. The hotel does not allow children under the age of 16, making this a great spot for couples looking for a quiet escape. Book now.

Ann Siang House

28 Ann Siang Rd | p. +65 6202 9377

Hip and happening Ann Siang House makes for a stylish spot to get away without actually leaving the city. Set in a heritage shophouse, this cool lifestyle destination offers 20 spacious rooms where no attention to detail is spared, as well as a slew of drinking and dining destinations. Some of our faves include The Other Roof for contemporary cocktails and city views, Pandora’s Garden for its lovely outdoor setting, and Blue Label Pizza & WineBook now.

Alila Villas Uluwatu, Bali

South Kuta, Badung Regency, Bali, Indonesia | p. +62 361 848 2166

It’s all about clifftop living at its finest at this dramatic five-star resort perched on the top of a cliff 100 metres above the Indian Ocean. Each luxurious villa boasts a private pool, sleek furnishings, design elements of natural stone, wood and water, and spectacular views out to sea. We wouldn’t blame you if you wanted to stay in your villa all day, but if you do want to explore, you have world-class surf breaks, temples and beaches close by.

COMO Metropolitan Bangkok

27 S Sathorn Rd, Bangkok, Thailand | p. +66 2 625 3333 

Modern, minimalist and conveniently located in the CBD district of Sathorn, The Met has everything you need for a fun urban escape. Spend your days shopping or exploring Bangkok’s many temples and lively neighbourhoods, then come back to an oasis of calm where you can dine on award-winning cuisine, indulge in some of COMO’s world-famous wellness treatments and cheers to a great vacay at the sleek Met Bar.

Bawah Reserve, Indonesia

Bawah Reserve Anambas Kiabu, Indonesia | p. +65 9678 8639

Picture this: a private chauffeur picks you up in Singapore and whisks you off to a private seaplane. After a short 80-minute flight, you land in tropical paradise where turquoise waters lap against white sand beaches and wooden bungalows are perched on stilts above the water. For the rest of the holiday everything is taken care of for you including meals, spa treatments and adventures. Welcome to Bawah Reserve, an ultra all-inclusive island resort just a hop, skip and a jump away.

Melaka, Malaysia

Opposite Place, Melaka, Malaysia | p. +60 12 623 9459
The Stable, Melaka, Malaysia | p. +60 12-623 9459
45lekiu, Melaka, Malaysia
 | p. +60 12 698 4917

If you’re looking for a quick and easy getaway that isn’t too far, yet offers a completely different vibe from Singapore, Malacca is a good choice. Wander through the colourful streets of Malacca and you’ll find fascinating historic architecture, bustling markets and beautiful temples and mosques. We suggest staying in either Opposite Place, The Stable or 45lekiu,  a trio of intimate, beautiful hotels just off Jonker Street.

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