Celebrating Easter 2014 Exploring at Eastwood City's Easter Wonderland

Celebrating Easter has become a tradition for us to do something new and exciting activities for kids to enjoy each year. 

This year we went to Eastwood City's Grand Easter Celebration. 
The theme is Wonderland World Explorers. 

We arrived in Eastwood at around 4pm and sadly we missed the World Explorers Parade of Nations, where kids wearing costumes of different countries paraded around Eastwood City with Eastwood's mascots Easter and Woodluck in their colorful Hot Air Balloon float, mimes, dancers and more. 
Kids were very excited to explore and take off into global gateway at 10 exciting World Destinations filled with Easter games, treats and attractions. 

We went to the registration and got their passports to start the adventure around the world.
Easter Wonderland passport each cost P550.00 for one kids and two adult companions which gave access to booths, games, giveaways and other great attractions all over Eastwood City. 
We start our adventure around the world with Easter Egg painting. We claimed our giant Easter Eggs at the Baggage claim.
Kids spent an hour enjoying painting their giant Easter Eggs at the Easter Egg painting workshop with Art Attack painting materials. 
At the Main Terminal, fantastic Easter program and activities happened, which includes meet & greet sessions with Alex the Lion of Madagascar and Shrek, Ballet Philippines World Explorers performances, Magic Show by Jeffrey Tam, Ventriloquist Act by Wanlu, DIY Pancake Making Demo from Slappy Cakes, Pizza Tossing Demo by California Pizza Kitchen, Trivia Games and more. 
At the African Safari, we got close to nature with animal encounters and activities. Kids enjoyed pony rides, played with animals at the Petting Zoo and were able to adopt butterflies at the Butterfly garden. 

Find Nemo
Adopt a Bunny
Adopt Birds
I was brave enough to hold a baby crocodile
Adopt a Butterfly
At the World Market, kids were able to experience shopping at markets from East to West, enjoying varied settings like an Arabian bazaar or river markets from Thailand and Vietnam. 

 They took home free goodies from around the world. 

Meanwhile, little fashionistas struck a pose at LA Star, where they experienced hair styling, nail art and face painting. Their glam makeovers were captured with a photo at the red carpet photo booth. 

At Eataly, kids happily designed their own pizza and took home tasty Italian treats. 

Make their own soda flavor at Richmonde Hotel Italian Making Soda. 
Simple and fun Design cupcakes at J Cuppacakes 

Elijah putting sprinkles on top
Making their own donuts at  Krispy Kreme 
Had so much fun putting sprinkles 
Kids also got a taste of Broadway as Trumpets Playshop entertained them with a medley of Disney classics, including a rendition of the hit song "Let it Go" from Frozen. 
We took off into a world of fun by posing at the colorful Easter egg tree with its 3,000 eggs.
The United Nations Costume Contest was another highlight of the program, as the winner took home round trip tickets for four to Japan, courtesy of Philippine Airlines, while the two runners-up got gift packs from Nestle, URC, Jamba Juice and Kitkat. 

The event ended with Farewell Dance from Easter, Woodluck, Cyburp and E-walk and a glittering Grand Easter Fireworks Display. 

We did not have time to explore all the booths and activities. For sure my tweens looking for thrills, Tokyo Extreme would had been their destination to get an adrenaline rush. Riding the zipline, go karting paintball and arcade games. 
Allowed kids to work off their energy as they bounced around fun monuments at the The Great Wall of Inflatables. 

Candy houses, chocolate treats and other confections at Sweetzerland, It would had been so much fun taking photos and delighting kids with larger than life displays of desserts. 
At Manila Eats, kids can go back to their roots by playing Pinoy games like piko, hampas palayok, sipa and tumbang preso, and winning refreshing Pinoy snacks as prizes. 

From Broadway numbers to a planetarium, science and arts came to life at New York State of Mind, a destination full of fun and learning. It would have been useful for kids learning all about the solar system at the Digital Mobile Planetarium and Telescope Workshop, played at the iAcademy Game Van and learned about physics at the Phil. Science Centrum's exhibit. 

It was a very tiring but fulfilling Easter event celebration for the kids.
They took home loot bags with so much goodies.
and all this freebies! 

I am very thankful that we have chosen to celebrate Easter at Eastwood City and very excited for next year Easter Event Celebration!

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To learn more about Easter Wonderland World Explorers, Call the Concierge at 709-9888, 709-0888, 0917-8380111 

How about you? 
How was your Easter celebration?

Tell me what you think? I would love to hear your comments and suggestions.

THANKS, Much Love, Rochelle

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  1. Wow super enjoy easter sunday nyo Ms.Rochelle. Nainggit naman ako. andaming goodies naiuwi ng kiddos mo, they obviously enjoyed the day.

  2. Wow, a gazillion enjoyable activities! I love the animals. You were so brave to hold that baby crocodile, Ms. Rochelle! I'm glad the kids had fun and brought home lots of treats!

  3. Wow! Ang daming freebies! I love it very much!


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