What’s On This April 2021 In Singapore

Find out about things to do around SG this April!
24 March 2021

1. 11 Days Of Celebration With Hard Rock Cafe

In conjunction with Hard Rock Cafe Sentosa‘s 11th Anniversary, you can now enjoy 11 irresistible $11 deals for 11 days from 14 April to 24 April 2021! Enjoy classic Hard Rock Cafe dishes, drinks, and merchandise for only $11 on the respective dates! (See below.)

$11 Promotions

14 April: $11 Wings
15 April: $11 Nasi Goreng
16 April: $11 Draft Tiger Beer (Pint)
17 April: $11 Selected T-shirts
18 April: $11 Chilli Crab Dip
19 April: $11 One Night In Bangkok Spicy Shrimp
20 April: $11 Seafood Char Kway Teow
21 April: $11 New York Cheesecake
22 April: $11 Signature Cocktails
23 April: $11 Selected Pins
24 April: $11 Hot Fudge Brownie

That’s not all. Stand a chance to win $500 worth of Hard Rock Cafe vouchers. How? Simply snap a picture and tag @hardrockcafesentosa on social media!

11 Days Of Celebration With Hard Rock Cafe
14 April – 24 April 2021

Hard Rock Cafe Sentosa,  26 Sentosa Gateway, Resorts World Sentosa, The Forum #01-209, Sentosa Island, 098138

2. Workout At Asia’s First Brain And Fitness Hub: Sparkd

Getting fit isn’t just about physical health, it’s all in the mind too. Sparkd is a new gym concept in town that uses the latest technology from the US and Europe to stimulate targeted areas of the brain while engaging in body movements. It’s no longer mind over body: But mind AND body. The sessions here are designed to challenge you physically and mentally, it’s what they call “dual-tasking”! (Think: Doing burpees while solving math equations, hence boosting neurological and cognitive functions.) Your body will be challenged to move in complex ways while engaging the brain to complete an activity at the same time. (Trust us, this seems easy but it’s definitely a fun challenge!) This trains the brain to be more resilient, responsive and adaptive.

Don’t worry if you think it’s a little too scary for your little kiddo. The exercises are scalable to every individual. The equipment and technology can also be “gamified’, where cognitive activities are programmed to be like a “game”. The best part? It’s designed for everyone; it even has kids sessions for parent-child duos who wish to give this unique challenge a go.

Check out its latest group class special: 

Enjoy unlimited group classes for $59 per week. Or, if you’d like to really get in there and train, try its 3-session monthly package for $99. (Group classes accept up to 10 pax per session.)

About Sparkd

“Sparkd was born from my desire to help people fight cognitive decline, MCI (Mild Cognitive Impairments), dementia, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s disease and other brain disorders, but it evolved into helping everyone because of the massive scope of the technology covering all populations. I spent years probing into loads of information. I wanted to create something that is aspirational for people beyond their imagination, where they can take control of their health and life span.”
– Anna Milani, CEO & Founder of Sparkd

Asia’s First Brain And Fitness Hub: Sparkd
Open Mondays to Fridays (7 a.m. – 9 p.m.), Saturdays (8 a.m. – 12 p.m.; post-12 p.m. by appointment only) & Sundays (appointment only)

Group classes (adults/kids, up to 10 pax per session, 45mins): Single sessions ($42), Introductory group class ($99 per month). Visit here for full class details.
Sparkd, The Herencia, #04-23/24, 46, Kim Yam Rd., 239351

3. Publico X Grey Goose: Live like Summer Never Ends Picnic  

On 2 April from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m., get into the long weekend spirit at the chic, al fresco Publico Ristorante. Pre-order your picnic baskets ($315++ preorder or $350++ on the day) decked with 700 ml Grey Goose bottle, Fever Tree mixers, fresh fruits, two pizzas, picnic blankets and games. Those with picnic baskets can also create their own customised sunhats! 

PUBLICO X GREY GOOSE: LIVE LIKE SUMMER NEVER ENDS PICNIC
2 April 2021; 12 p.m. – 5 p.m.
Make your reservations here or call 6826 5040
Publico Ristorante, 1 Nanson Rd., 238909

4. Easter Feasts And Events

easter egg hunt singapore

Easter is coming on 4 April and there’s a bunch of restos around Singapore offering exclusive Easter Sunday brunches and feasts. Check out our roundup of egg-cellent places to dine at this Easter, fun events to do with the family, best places to get your lamb meats to cook up a stay-home feast and the BEST bakeries to buy hot cross buns for the occasion.

5. Nexus International School (Singapore) Open Day 2021

See NEXUS International School (Singapore) for yourself during their open days! Ask questions about school life, teaching philosophy and the curriculum. They now have a brand new campus in Aljunied that opened in January 2020. NEXUS prides itself on teaching its students in an innovative and engaging way. Don’t forget to register early as spots fill up! 

NEXUS International School Open Day
24 April 2021; 9:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
Register here.
NEXUS International School (Singapore), 1 Aljunied Walk, 387293

6. Farm to Table Rooftop Experience

Check out The Sundowner’s urban farm and lounge rooftop space for a truly immersive natural experience. For $95, explore the world of bees by venturing into their (safe!) bee farm. Additionally, educate yourselves on the ins and outs of organic farmings. Lastly, enjoy a delicious tasting of all organic and natural honey.  This event is organised by the Singapore Adventurous Nature-Lovers who aim to raise awareness about the importance of bees and their endangerment. Learn more here.

Saving Bees, Organic Farming, Farm-to-table Rooftop EXPERIENCE
2 April 2021; 4:45 p.m. – 7:15 p.m.
Register here.
The Sundowner, 705A East Coast Rd., 459062

7. Chinese Painting Class for Adults 

Learn about traditional Chinese painting and brush techniques for painting flowers, birds, fish, fruit and more ($88.20 per person). Familiarise yourself with the tools and colour pigments used in Chinese ink paintings. New students can purchase their materials from the trainer ($50). This is a great and creative way to learn about another culture!

Chinese Painting Class for Adults
4 April to 23 May 2021; 3 p.m. – 5 p.m.
Register here.
Chinese Ink Painting Class, Kolam Ayer Community Club, 1 Geylang Bahru Ln., 339631

8. Glam Picnic

Craving a picnic under the Gardens by the Bay sunset? Join this glam picnic hosted by Hazel’s Guestlist filled with good food, drinks, and good company. For $88 per person, you’ll receive a platter of cheese, crackers, fruit, cookies, chocolates, and cakes. Not to mention, two bottles of wine and some sparkling juice to top off the evening. 

HZGL: Glam Picnic
3 April 2021; 6 p.m. – 9 p.m.
Book here.
Gardens By The Bay, 18 Marina Gardens Drive, 018953

9. The Burger Project 

From March 13 to April 11, the kitchen table will tantalise all your burger cravings by whipping up the four iconic burgers in history. Located in W Hotel, expect cool vibes from Sentosa’s tropical locale. 

The Burger Project
13 March to 11 April 2021; 11:30 a.m. – 10 p.m.
Make your reservations by calling 6808 7268
The Kitchen Table, Sentosa Cove, 21 Ocean Way, 098374

10. Hot Yoga Detox 

Start the month on a relaxing note with hot yoga. This 7-day detox ($280 per person) will energise you with back to basics, 90-minute hot yoga challenges. Same time, same people, this will definitely lift your spirits and perhaps make you learn a new skill. 

7-Day Hot Yoga Detox with Cooper Crow
5 April to 11 April 2021; 7 a.m. – 8:30 a.m.
Register here.
Hom Yoga Training Academy, Valley Point, #01-18/19, 491 River Valley Rd., 248371

11. The Longest River Walk

Did you know? The Kallang River is the longest river in Singapore, flowing down 10 kilometres. Explore along this riverside ($15 per person) and visit several spots along the journey such as Lower Pierce Reservoir Park, Singapore Flyer, and Marina Bay Sands. This 20km walk will sure make your feel energised, and a great way to explore more of Singapore’s natural beauty. 

The Longest River Walk
3 April and 25 April 2021; 3 p.m. – 8 p.m.
Register here.
Meet up at Casuarina Curry (Thomson), 136-138 Casuarina Rd., 579526

12. The Sea of Tiki

Let these legendary tikis take you on an amazing marine life adventure at Singapore S.E.A Aquarium. Check out feeding sessions, and tiki themes photoshoots! Bonus: come in with your best tropical holiday outfit and stand a chance to win a free ticket to Universal Studios Singapore and S.E.A Aquarium! 

The Sea of Tiki
13 March to 11 May 2021; 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. (offpeak days), 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. (peak days)
Book here.
S.E.A Aquarium, Resorts World Sentosa, 8 Sentosa Gateway, 098269

13. Through the Eyes of a Child: Art by Quek Hong Shin 

Learn about a different side of Singapore in one of Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre‘s exhibits (and it’s free!). Before skyscrapers and bustling streets, Singapore had coconut trees higher than houses. Take a look into the childhood of Hong Shin during the 1980s and explore Singapore’s cultural heritage. 

Through The Eyes Of A Child: Art By Quek Hong Shin
2 April to 31 August 2021; 10 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre, 1 Straits Blvd., Level 9 and 10 Foyer, 018906

By Isabel Wibowo, March 2021/ Images: respective events and their social media pages

14. #ShopGreener With Takashimaya Department Store

From 1 April 2021 to 31 May 2021, Takashimaya Department Store is taking a bold step to encourage a more eco-conscious retail experience among its shoppers. For this initiative, this Japanese retail giant is unveiling a series of sustainability programmes as part of its commitment to global sustainability. What to expect? A bevy of exciting #ShopGreener consumer activations, eco-conscious brand offerings and an eco-food bazaar. Takashimaya Department Store has also collaborated with ITE art students last week (2 April), featuring a one-of-a-kind recycled art installation that will take place throughout the store.

#ShopGreener With Takashimaya Department Store
Now till 31 May 2021
Free event
Takashimaya Department Store, Ngee Ann City, 391A Orchard Rd., 238873

By Willaine G. Tan, April 2021 / Images: Courtesy of the respective events’ social media pages and/or websites credited. Text for Sparkd: Adapted from Melody Chong. 

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