The Hunt is On: Easter Activities in and around Shenzhen

The Hunt is On: Easter Activities in and around Shenzhen

Spring is here and Easter is just around the corner, so get ready Shenzhen, for your guide to the weekend is here. There’s something for everyone over the weekend so whether you’re a family looking for something child-friendly or adults just feeling nostalgic for Easter egg fun, look no further.

Various venues around Shenzhen and surrounding areas are offering brunches and garden parties and this is your round up of the best of them. Be sure to book ahead, as they’re bound to sell out fast.

1) Easter Brunch at the LanghamView In Map
The Langham will be offering a special Easter brunch menu, including creamy devilled eggs, Easter ham with orange sauce and all the sweet treats you can stuff your face with. For families, there will be a kid’s corner with festive activities galore!

When: April 20 11:30-15:00
Where: Langham Hotel
7888 Shennan Boulevard, Futian District, Shenzhen 518040, China
深圳市福田区深南大道7888号
How much: 458 RMB
Tel:  0755 8828 9888 ext 8921
Website: www.shenzhen.langhamhotels.com

2) Easter Brunch and Beach Egg Hunt at Feast Restaurant April 20View In Map
Feast Restaurant is holding its own special Easter event with brunch which is slightly pricier but includes an awesome beach side egg hunt. A free flow wine option is also available. Another family friendly venue with traditional Easter activities for any little people you’ve brought along, including egg painting and crafts!

When: April 20
Where: Feast Restaurant
(Sheraton Dameisha Resort)
9 Yankui Road, Dameisha, Yantian, Shenzhen
深圳市盐田区大梅沙喜来登酒店内盐葵路9号
How much: 388 RMB (free flow soft drinks) 488 RMB (free flow wine)
Tel: 0755 2217 3850 / 0755 8888 6688
Website: The Sheraton Shenzhen

3) Happy Easter at Café Zentro

Probably one of the most child-oriented celebrations over the weekend, Easter is completely taking over at Café Zentro with lunch and dinner buffets available, Easter egg painting, a performance by a clown and a visit by the Easter Bunny.

The Easter menu includes a seafood buffet and lots of delicious sweet desserts. The buffet price includes free flow soft drinks and beer.

When: April 19, 10:00 – April 20- 22:00
Where: Cafe Zentro
How much: 258 RMB (lunch), 308 RMB (dinner)

4) Nanhai Easter FestivalView In Map

The Nanhai Easter Festival is promising great things as each ticket purchased enters you into a draw to win four tickets to Disneyland in Hong Kong.

Besides that, each ticket includes a loaded gift bag full of Easter themed goodies and crafts, various activities, food, drink and a photo op with the Easter bunny.

The festival will of course also feature an Easter egg hunt and food and drinks are provided by local restaurants.

Tickets are available at the venue.

When: April 20, 11:00-17:00
Where: Coastal Rose Garden II
Wanghai Lu, Nanshan District, Shenzhen
深圳市,南山区,望海路
How much: RMB 200
Tel: 186 0169 3674
Website: www.ShekouDaily.com

5) Weekend Family Brunch and Easter Kids PartyView In Map

And last but not least, the weekend family brunch at Coffee Garden in the Shangri-La hotel is definitely the best value boozy Easter brunch option, at 238 RMB with free flow wine and beer, but this doesn’t stop it being kid friendly with free entry for under- sixes.

Enjoy your buffet brunch amid entertainment from clowns, children’s entertainers and magicians.

When: April 20 12:30-15:00
Where: Coffee Garden
2F Shangri-La Hotel, 1002 Jianshe Lu, Luohu District, Shenzhen
深圳市罗湖区建设路香格里拉大酒店2楼香咖啡
How much: 198 RMB plus 40 RMB for free flow drinks.
Tel: 0755 8396 1366
Website: Coffee Garden Shangri-La

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