No bad eggs in Sentosa treasure hunt

No bad eggs in Sentosa treasure hunt
The King Of The 8 sculpture by local sand sculptor Tan Joo Heng on display at Siloso Beach.

THIS Easter weekend, Siloso Beach is playing host to six egg-inspired sculptures by local artists, all with Singapore's 50th birthday as the theme.

The Eggshibition is part of the Sentosa Egg Fiesta, a series of Easter-themed activities for families over the long weekend.

It includes Easter egg hunts for kids and arts and crafts sessions in which children can make flower pots, egg buckets and tote bags.

The Sentosa Egg Fiesta is held in conjunction with The Great Egg-Venture, which is organised by the Sentosa Harbourfront Business Association.

The main event is a Giant Egg Hunt, in which participants download a mobile app, then hunt for giant eggs around the Sentosa Harbourfront precinct and take selfies with them. It is on till April 12.

The more eggs they find, the more prizes they can win.

The three participants who find the most eggs will win cash prizes of $2,000 to $5,000. The top prize also includes an egg pendant of 18k white gold with diamonds and purple sapphire.

This article was first published on Apr 4, 2015.
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