Egg-citing things to do this long weekend!

Egg-citing things to do this long weekend!

easter eggs on a bowl on a table

Another long weekend is approaching with Good Friday and Easter Sunday just around the corner.

To celebrate this short weekend getaway, I’ve cracked my brain for a list of egg-related activities you can do with your loved ones!

Hunt for virtual ‘Easter eggs’

For those of you who prefer staying in this Fry-day to Sunday, why not go for a Disney Easter Egg hunt?

Terk from tarzan playing some music in camp at the jungle, clinking onto tea pot set at the table

Mrs Potts and Chip from Beauty and The Beast making a cameo in Tarzan!

Image: Slash Film

Rewatch your favourite Pixar movies on Disney+ and spot as many Easter eggs you can find! Be it Hidden Mickey logos or other characters from other Disney shows, you’ll certainly have fun trying to beat each other’s points.

Cook an egg

Ok, listen up. Cooking an egg might be a walk in the park for most of you, and you must be wondering why is ‘cooking an egg’ even an option in this list.

But do you know that there are actually more than a hundred different ways to cook eggs? Isn’t that eggs-traordinary?!

different types of cooked egg on a table, scrambled, boiled, soft boiled, hard boiled, omelette, sunny side up, poach, runny

Image: Eat This, Not That!

We have sunny side up, scrambled, boiled, poached, omelette, half-boiled and the list goes on. Why not learn a new method of cooking an egg this weekend? Who knows, what could be your next favourite type of egg? 

Get crackin’!

Observe eggs hatch, if you’re lucky

Head down to Jurong Bird Park this weekend to look at cute little eggs in the Breeding and Research Centre and learn about the process of breeding these little birds in the oldest wildlife park in Singapore!

eggs in incubation at Jurong Bird Park

Image: Wildlife Reserves Singapore

If it’s your lucky day, you might even witness a tiny baby bird hatching from its egg.

You can even use up your SingapoRediscover Vouchers if you haven’t!

Soak in your legs in a hot spring, while eating eggs!

This sounds a little bizarre but that’s what most people do at Sembawang Hot Spring Park! 

mother and daughter soaking their feet in a hot spring at Sembawang Park

Image: NParks

In this newly revamped park, you can boil eggs in one of Singapore’s natural hot springs and also enjoy the warm water running through your legs. 

But don’t worry, there are separate areas to do these different activities. Just remember to bring your own pail, eggs, bowls and cutleries! 

So, what will you be doing this long weekend? Share with us and tag us on Instagram!

We’re also having an Easter giveaway on our Instagram, where you can stand a chance to win an Easter dinner for 8 pax worth up t0 $200! We’ll also be giving away 2 Easter goodie bags worth $30 to 2 lucky winners!

All you have to do is count the number of hidden easter eggs in the photo! Click here to participate!

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