5 things to do in Hong Kong over Easter weekend

With Easter around the corner and travel still out of reach, there’s never been a better time to relax and indulge in Asia’s world city. If you’re stuck for things to do to fill the long Easter holiday, here’s our roundup of activities to feed your inner culture vulture – and your stomach.

In Bloom at Tai Kwun

If you didn’t get your fill of flower markets at Lunar New Year, In Bloom at Tai Kwun will satiate all your floral fantasies. Reimagining the concept of a traditional flower market, In Bloom celebrates the exploration of sustainability and supporting small, local businesses while surrounded by lush plants and flowers.

Origami Florist‘s floral decorations will join Ovogarden‘s exquisite arrangements of flowers and bonsais. FarmShare will also introduce a range of sustainable food products sourced locally in Hong Kong. The installations do not end at the market. Tai Kwun’s shops and restaurants will be offering flower-themed specials from 1-18 April 2021 to celebrate the season of new life.

The market is open from 1-7pm on 2 April 2021 and 12-7pm from 3-5 April 2021.

In Bloom, Tai Kwun, Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong

Easter brunch at Zuma

Zuma at Landmark is offering a free-flow brunch in celebration of Easter. A selection of salads, yakitori, tempura, sashimi, sushi and maki are available as well as a choice of a hearty main course and an array of desserts. Easter weekend also sees the return of Yashoku or night brunch. Featuring 2.5 hours of unlimited Japanese fare and a free-flow selection of champagne, sake and beer, the revamped Yashoku menu will be available every Saturday after Easter.

Zuma, Level 5&6 Landmark Atrium, 15 Queen’s Road Central, Central, Hong Kong

Family staycation at JW Marriott

Photo: JW Marriott

Enjoy a fun-filled Easter-themed stay with the whole family at the JW Marriott. Easter activities such as fairground games, picture booths, and a popcorn and cotton candy station are the highlights of the festive activations. An Easter-themed lunch or dinner in the ballroom is also included. Priced from HK$2,180 per night, this limited-time offer is available from 2-6 April 2021 (for five days only; a 3-day advance reservation is required)

JW Marriott, 88 Queensway, Admiralty, Hong Kong

Empowerment and Nurture Ritual at the Four Seasons Hong Kong Spa

Photo: The Four Seasons

Spring, the season of new life, is all about rebirth and revitalisation, and Easter weekend is the perfect time to give your body and skin new energy through the art of relaxation. The Empowerment and Nurture Ritual is a 2.5-hour body and facial treatment at the Four Seasons Hong Kong Spa, which takes you on a sensory journey of chakra balancing, meditation and a full-body Lomi Lomi massage, plus head and facial massage.

Priced at HK$2,200 + 10% service charge for an individual private session.

The Four Seasons Hong Kong Hotel, 8 Finance St, Central, Hong Kong

Virtual Easter egg hunt at Ovolo Hotels

Photo: Ovolo Hotels

Easter is just not Easter without an egg hunt, so head to Ovolo Hotels for your chance to win discounts and coupons at the same time. From 24 March until 4 April, you can subscribe through their website and get access to a virtual egg hunt. Successfully spotting the silver egg will win you a 25% discount for your next stay at the award-winning hotel, which is famous for its stylish interior designs and detail-driven comforts. Certain properties including Ovolo Central in Hong Kong will also provide physical egg hunting between 2 to 16 April, allowing guests to search for eggs hidden in the common area. Prizes include a dinner for two and a room upgrade on their next stay.

Ovolo Central, 2 Arbuthnot Road, Central, Hong Kong

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