If you are planning to spend the Easter period at Sentosa during the Easter period, there are actually 3 egg hunts (with prizes) that you can participate in (until 17 April 2016) – one is free and the other two require the purchase of attraction tickets before you can do the hunts.
Venues for the easter egg hunts include the following:
(1) Easter Eggstravaganza at Universal Studios Singapore
(2) Ocean Eggsploration at S.E.A. Aquarium
(3) The Great Egg-Venture at Sentosa Harbourfront
UNIVERSAL STUDIOS SINGAPORE
This Easter egg hunt is free for Annual Pass holders but day ticket holders need to pay an additional fee to participate. Win a Minion egg when you submit your completed card with the correct answers! Check with “Guest Services” at the park for more details.
Egg hunt map:
Some of the eggs that you can find around the theme park.
Go on an Egg-topus Easter Trail to hunt for 12 Easter eggs. The hunt is free as long as you have purchased an admission ticket to the aquarium. However, do note that only children are entitled to receive the prize upon completion of the egg hunt.
Scratch away at the silver circles corresponding to the eggs that you’ve found.
An example of one of the eggs on display, which also includes some fun facts.
Collect a prize at the end of your egg hunt.
SENTOSA HARBOURFRONT AREA
Organized by the Sentosa HarbourFront Business Association (SHBA), The Great Egg-Venture is a giant egg hunt (now in its 3rd year!) which will take egg hunters across the Sentosa Harbourfront area and attractive prizes can be won! Participation is FREE but you will need to first register at SBHA’s “The Great Egg-Venture 2016” contest app in order to participate in the egg hunt.
These are some examples of the eggs that can be found:
Let me tell you that several of the eggs have been placed at unexpected locations, so do keep your eyes peeled!! ^_^
For additional clues to the location of the eggs, you can pick up a copy of the egg hunt map at either the Vivo City customer service counters or the information kiosks at Sentosa.