For many, the Holy Week is a time to get together with family. Some may have planned to travel back to their provinces, while others may decide to just stay home. If you chose the latter, here are some 2014 Easter Egg Hunting Events you can take your kids to as a celebration of Easter Sunday. These are some of our favorite places:

EDSA Shangri-la 2014 Easter Egg Hunt

EDSA SHANGRI-LA
Time: 11AM to 3PM
Venue: Isla Grand Ballroom
Registration Fee: PHP 1,350
For more information, like their Facebook page here.

MANILA HOTEL
Time: 10AM to 12NN
Venue: Roma Salon
Registration Fee: PHP 400 (free for guests booked under the Easter accommodation packages)
For more information, click here.

MANILA OCEAN PARK
Time: 10AM to 4PM
Venue: Concourse Plaza
Registration Fee: Free for a minimum purchase of attractions worth PHP 700
For more information, click here.

The Peninsula Manila Winter Wonderland Easter

THE PENINSULA MANILA
Time: 12NN to 3PM
Venue: Rigodon Ballroom
Registration Fee: PHP 1,200/person (free for two children per table)
For more information, like their Facebook page here.

POWERPLANT MALL
Time: 2PM to 5PM
Registration Fee: PHP 600 for 1 child + 1 adult
For tickets, call 898-1702.

FUN RANCH ORTIGAS
Time: 11AM to 2PM
Registration Fee: PHP 500 (child), PHP250 (adult)
For more information, RSVP to the event here.

If you want to take a quick drive outside of Manila, here are the 2014 Easter Egg Hunting Events near Manila:

NUVALI
Time: 1:00PM to 4:00PM
Venue: SEDA Nuvali
Registration Fee: PHP 800
For more information, like their Facebook page here.

Taal Vista Easter Excitement

TAAL VISTA HOTEL
Time: 9AM to 1PM
Registration Fee: PHP 888 (child), PHP 988 (adult)
For more information, like their Facebook page here.

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4 Comments

  1. thanks for sharing!

    1. You’re welcome! :)

  2. Perfect, Kim! I was thinking of what to do with the Little Jedi on Easter! :) Thanks for sharing!

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