Hop to Easter

Reading Time: 2 minutesWe’ve rounded up our top picks of Easter activities, Easter egg hunts and Easter brunches.

A beachside hunt for Easter eggs at Bathers

The popular buffet lunch and Easter egg hunt at Lantau beachside restaurant Bathers returns for the fourth year. Held on Friday 10 and Saturday 11 April between 11am and 2pm, the cost for adults is $395 and children cost $290. With lots of fresh air and games on the beach, it’s the perfect escape for families.

Hop to brunch at Holt’s Café

Enjoy an indulgent Easter brunch at Holt’s Café, Rosewood Hong Kong. The semi-buffet brunch features seafood towers piled high with Boston lobsters and King prawns, live action stations serving tuna tataki, fresh salads, piping hot roasts and dim sum specialities. There is a choice of mains, plus an enticing festive dessert table. Younger guests will be kept entertained decorating eggs at the Easter craft table. Easter Sunday Brunch is priced at $720 with an optional Prosecco or Champagne free-flow add on.

Four-course Easter brunch

Spasso presents a four-course authentic Easter Brunch with prices starting from $328 per person. Children aged 6-12 cost $228 (with a choice of pasta or risotto) while children under the age of 6 eat for free. Visit on Sunday 12 April to participate in an egg decorating competition with a prize of $1,000 voucher. In addition to the egg hunting activities, small sweet treats of chocolate Easter bunnies and assorted chocolate eggs and hot cross buns will be shared with all children. Free flow options for parents are available at $148 for wine, $158 for Prosecco or $288 for Veuve Clicquot.

Collect Easter Eggs at K11 Musea

More than 100 giant Easter eggs are waiting to be discovered across the ten floors of space at K11 Musea this April. Start collecting at any time between now and 30 April. Download the K11 HK Mobile App and get the Easter Egg Hunt Map to look for clues and start the journey. The eggs are numbered and guests need to scan the QR codes on the eggs to ‘collect’ them. Collect as many eggs with unique numbers as possible in order to win prizes. The more eggs you collect – the bigger the prize!

Spoil your dog at The Murray

Treat your four-legged buddy to an Easter afternoon tea party at The Cotton Tree Terrace at The Murray on the 18 and 19 April. For $330 per person and one pooch, you will receive afternoon tea set for yourself and a natural Manuka honey ointment for your dog.

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