Hunt down 100 hand painted giant Easter eggs, or simply admire their creative designs at Sentosa HabourFront.
Photos: Sentosa Harbourfront Business Association
Some 100 giant eggs have been scattered all over the Sentosa HarbourFront precinct for a month as part of The Great Egg-Venture’s giant egg hunt.
Organised by the Sentosa Harbourfront Business Association (SHBA), the eggs measure 1.5 metres by 1 metre, and have been hand-painted up by some 200 local artists from various associations, charities and educational institutions over the course of two weeks.
Though huge and colourful, you’d need more than good eyesight to hunt down all 100 eggs. Spanning across 520 hectares from Mount Faber to the HarbourFront area and onto Sentosa Island, the event is the biggest Easter fiesta to be held in Singapore and is set to be entered into the Singapore Book of Records as “Singapore’s Largest Easter Egghunt”.
But if an egg hunt isn’t quite your cup of tea, you can take pleasure in admiring these creatively designed eggs or participate in other Easter-themed activities such as learning how to walk on eggs, and sand colouring eggs.
The Giant Egg Hunt runs from April 18 to May 5. Sentosa’s island admission charges apply.
Click on for more photos of the unique egg designs and hints on where you can find them.
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