Top things to do in Singapore this weekend (29-31 March)


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We’re definitely not the only ones excited for the long weekend ahead. If you’re wondering how to make the most of it, check our itinerary that’s filled with affordable restaurants with mains under $10, and fun Easter Sunday activities. 👇

01 • Dumpling Darlings

(Photo adapted from: Dumpling Darlings)

Craving for some dumplings? We know a cosy spot that serves a unique variety. At Dumpling Darlings, they’ve got classic flavours like Spicy Sichuan, alongside special signatures like Smoked Duck or Fried Pierogi (Polish-inspired dumplings).

For something more filling, try their dry noodles! You don’t want to miss out on their Braised Pork Noodles featuring tender Pork Ragu and savoury Bacon Sofrito. Dumplings and dry noodles are really such a delicious combo! 🤤

📍 Address: 44 Amoy Street, Singapore 069870
⏰ Opening hours: Tue to Sun, 11am – 2.30pm and 5.30 – 10pm
📞 Contact: 8223 9249
🍴 Halal status: Not halal
🌐 Website:

02 • Mrs Hen (halal)

(Photo adapted from: EatBook)

Spicy food lovers, we’ve got a challenge for you – Mrs Hen’s iconic Ayam Geprek Sambal Signature. With a generous portion of smashed fried chicken and white rice topped with fiery sambal and sizzling cheese, get ready for a hearty meal that’s sure to set your taste buds on fire. 🥵

📍 Address: 430 New Upper Changi Road, #01-43, East Village, Singapore 487048
⏰ Opening hours: 11.30am to 8.30pm daily
📞 Contact: 6208 2082
🍴 Halal status: Halal
🌐 Website:

03 • Prince Noodles

(Photo adapted from: EatBook)

Craving Malaysia pan mee, but find it a hassle to travel there? Satisfy your cravings with Prince Noodles’ handmade KL-style noodles! You can choose between ban mian, you mian, or mee hoon kueh and eat it with soup or dry. A must-try here is their Dry Ban Mian, coated in savoury sauce, and loaded with a generous helping of well-seasoned minced meat and anchovies. 🍜

📍 Address: 380 Jalan Besar, #01-10 ARC 380, Singapore 209000
⏰ Opening hours: Mon to Sat, 11am – 11pm
📞 Contact: 8080 8362
🍴 Halal status: Not halal
🌐 Website: Facebook | Instagram

04 • Puncak Best Noodles (halal)

(Photo adapted from: Miss Tam Chiak)

You’ve probably been to Far East Plaza for thrifting, but have you heard of the popular Tze Char spot called Puncak (peak in Malay) Best Noodles? Their Honeydew Chicken Noodles is a crowd favourite here. Don’t worry, it’s not actually made out of honeydew! The springy noodles are drenched in honey sweet and tangy sauce — pair it with the crispy Fried Wontons for the full experience!

📍 Address: 14 Scotts Rd, Far East Plaza #05-94, Singapore 228213
⏰ Opening hours: Wed to Mon, 11:30am – 9pm
📞 Contact: 6738 4348
🍴 Halal status: Halal
🌐 Website:

05 • Easter Egg Hunt

Hub and Spoke Cafe — a hidden cafe serving local and western cuisine, is hosting its first Easter Egg Hunt! Ideal for families with kiddos aged 3 to 10, each ticket comes with a soft serve and goodie bag. Here’s where it gets a little interesting – the lucky child who finds the golden egg gets a grand prize. Trust me, this egg hunt will keep the little ones entertained for hours on end.

📍 Address: 60 Airport Boulevard, Singapore Changi Airport Terminal 2, #01-T2S-02, Singapore 819643
⏰ Opening hours: 7.30am to 8pm daily
📞 Contact: 9894 2859
🌐 Website:

06 • Easter Eggstravaganza

If you’ve yet to make your way to Bird Paradise after its reopening last year, here’s your sign to visit, especially for their Easter Egg Hunt! Open to all ages, participants get to explore the Winged Sanctuary in search of 5 hidden colourful eggs. Once they’ve gathered all 5, they can exchange them for a special mystery treat! 🎁

📍 Address: 20 Mandai Lake Road, Singapore 729825
⏰ Opening hours: 9am to 6pm daily
📞 Contact: Contact form
🌐 Website:

07 • Easter Sunday Family Yoga

(Photo: Event Brite)

Looking to unwind this weekend? Yoga Seeds and Wheeler’s Estate have teamed up to bring you an outdoor family-friendly yoga class. Whether you’re a total newbie or a seasoned yogi, this class is all about bonding with your loved ones and getting your zen on. Before you strike those yoga poses, why not swing by the Easter Market at Wheeler’s Estate? They’ve prepared some cool wares, from artisanal dessert candles to live illustrations! 🤩

📍 Address: 2 Park Lane Singapore, Wheeler’s Estate, Singapore 798386
⏰ Opening hours: 31 Mar, 5 to 6pm
📞 Contact: 8322 1251
🌐 Website:

08 • Easter for Singles

(Photo: Event Brite)

Single friends, are you looking for some company this weekend? Try heading to The Queen’s Pub to celebrate Easter with other fellow singles! It’s the perfect chance to mingle, make new connections, or even meet your match. Just make sure to download the and take their personality test before you join in on the fun. Let the matchmaking begin! ❤️

📍 Address: 9 Raffles Boulevard Millenia Walk Singapore, The Queen’s Pub, Singapore 039596
⏰ Opening hours: 30 Mar, 7.30 to 9.30pm
📞 Contact: 6239 7917
🌐 Website:

(Featured photo adapted from: Dumpling Darlings, EatBook, Event Brite, and Mandai Bird Paradise)

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