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Out & About (14 April): What’s on this weekend and beyond

Bounce from Easter egg hunts to the Macao Arts Festival, book swaps and more!

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UPDATED: 22 Dec 2023, 8:00 am

The sun’s out, pools are opening and it’s a long weekend. Things are looking up!

Adrenaline junkies and culture enthusiasts alike will be spoiled for choice over the next couple of weeks. From Easter celebrations to reopened water parks and the Macao Arts Festival kicking into full gear, we’d recommend you clear your diary for nonstop fun.

Hungry for more? For great bites, plan a visit to one of the city’s best Singaporean cafes or slurp up refined Cantonese at Lisboeta. And for all you homebodies out there, we see you, too! Try this easy dessert recipe from a local restaurateur to sweeten up your weekend. Happy Easter!

HOPPIN’ EASTER EVENTS

Sofitel Easter Hunt

Easter activities are popping up across town. For egg hunts and kids’ workshops, bounce over to Taipa Village or head to Sofitel’s Mistral restaurant for an Easter-themed brunch buffet complete with activities for the little ones.

A WAVE OF POOL REOPENINGS

Hello, sunshine! Cool off at the recently reopened Estoril public swimming pool if you need a quick dip. Meanwhile, Galaxy’s Grand Resort Deck is back in business from Friday, 15 April, and Studio City’s Water Park will reopen on 29 April. 

ART FRENZY

The Macao Arts Festival returns on Friday, 15 April with contemporary ink art exhibition, “Wild Imagination, at the Macao Museum of Art. There are still tickets available for theatre performances.

BLAST TO THE PAST

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If you need more music in your life, groove to nostalgic 1980s and ‘90s hits tomorrow night (15 April) at the Revival Tour Asia gig at DD3 Verandah

BOOK SWAP

Have a few pre-loved books lying around? Donate them via the city’s Book Exchange programme anytime before Sunday (17 April) and you’ll earn credits to “purchase” other books from 30 April-1 May. A win-win! 

CRAFTY AFTERNOON

Tap Siac Craft Market
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Scratch your shopping itch while supporting local businesses at the Tap Siac Craft Market on 21-24 April and 28 April-1 May. Stock up on creative goods, join a workshop or catch a performance for an ideal day out.


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HOW HIGH CAN YOU GO

Get your adrenaline fix with buy-one, get-one Skywalks around the Macao Tower at Skypark by AJ Hackett or a snag a discounted skydiving package at Lisboeta’s GoAirborne this May.

LATE-NIGHT BRUNCH

Mandarin Oriental Late Night Brunch

Who said breakfast is just for the morning? Vida Rica’s Night Brunch returns on 21 April. Expect all-you-can-eat cold cuts and cheese plus access to the restaurant’s famous dessert room while sipping on exclusive wine. 

LONDON CALLING

Best of London

Transport yourself to the UK with a special Sheraton Grand Macao room package, which includes a guaranteed room upgrade, hotel credits, a complimentary plush toy, and goodies from The Conservatory restaurant. 

ALL THAT JAZZ

St. Regis Macao Jack's Club

On International Jazz Day (30 April), make your way to The St. Regis Bar where Rita’s Quartet will play soulful tunes all night. Reserve your table to make sure you get the best seat in the house! 


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UPDATED: 22 Dec 2023, 8:00 am

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