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Easter Festivities in Southeast Asia

Songkran Special Dim Sum at Wah Lok Cantonese Restaurant - TRAVELINDEXWhile Easter is a traditional holiday and poignant Christian occasion around the world, it’s not so well known in Southeast Asia. But that hasn’t hindered a couple of innovative hotels from throwing on some fun-filled activities to remind guests about this most egg-citing of festivals.

Create Your Own Chocolate Egg in Phnom Penh

Specially for younger guests and locals, Raffles Hotel Le Royal is rolling out a chocolate egg-making class on Saturday, 16 April, at Le Phnom 1929 restaurant from 3pm – 5pm. It’s US$25 per child, and $30 for adults who will also be served free-flow wines and signature cocktails. Yum yum! And on Easter Sunday, 17 April, everyone is invited to the hotel’s iconic Swim n’ Brunch event by the poolside. From $55 per head, this 11am – 3pm day of fun and festivity includes BBQ, seafood towers, cocktails, Champagne, and an Easter Egg Hunt for kids. Best to book either day’s event in advance: call +855 23 981 888

A Lavish Easter Sunday Brunch in Hanoi

Sofitel Legend Metropole Hanoi will set out a lavish spread for their Easter Sunday Brunch on April 17 served at A Wonderland by Le Beaulieu (the temporary home for Le Beaulieu in the hotel’s Spice’s Garden while the famed French fine dining restaurant undergoes renovations). The brunch will include a range of starters, cold fish, seafood, salads, cold cuts, soups, carving station, live cooking station, cheese selection, Vietnamese corner, desserts and more. The Easter Brunch is priced at VND 2,300,000++ per person (around $100), and there will also be a special egg hunt for children. For more information or to make a reservation, please contact the hotel’s food and beverage department at Tel: 024 3826 6919 ext. 8200

 

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