Filipino families and children are invited to come to Eastwood City on April 5 as the lifestyle center opens its most anticipated Easter celebration, “Once Upon an Easter Wonderland.”
Once Upon an Easter Wonderland brings to life popular children’s stories and fairy tales in seven eye-catching Storybook Worlds, each bursting with fun kiddie activities, fantastic treats and other magical surprises.
Children can kick off their storybook adventure by coming in their best fairy tale costumes and join the enchanting Storybook Parade, which starts at 11 a.m. and will feature different fairy tale characters and adorable mascots including Eastwood City’s very own Easter, Woodluck, Cyburp and E-Walk.
At 1 p.m., children can start their journey and explore the seven Storybook Worlds. Kids can fall down the rabbit hole into a topsy-turvy world of wonders at Alice in Wonderland at the Eastwood Mall Open Park, where they can also enjoy a coloring party, create their own bunny hat and dabble in an Easter Egg painting activity. They can also watch an Alice in Wonderland: A Children’s Musical from Kids Act Philippines at 6:30 p.m.
They can then fly off with Peter Pan and the Pirates at the Eastwood Mall Atrium, where they can enjoy exciting encounters with pirates. Kids can make their own Pirate Pizza, walk the shark plant and fly like Peter Pan.
Young girls, meanwhile, can have a royally good time with a magical transformation and enjoy a princess make-over with jewelry making, hair and make-up bar and nail art at Cinderella’s Royal Ball at the 2nd floor of Eastwood Mall. Over at the Eastwood Central Plaza, young tykes can enter Pinocchio’s Toy Land, where gigantic fun awaits with inflatables and a Playpark.
Sweets-lovers can find their way across a forest full of candy-licious delights at Hansel & Gretel’s Candy Forest. Located at Eastwood Citywalk 2, the candy forest promises bewitching fun with plenty of free sweets and a mini garden maze challenge.
Kids hungry for more adventure can show their bravery at Mulan’s Adventure at the Fuente Circle. Through different activities such as archery and cultural activities like Trace your Zodiac, kids can become a legend like Mulan and learn more about Chinese culture.
More enchanting adventures await kids at the Jack & the Beanstalk at Eastwood Mall Open Park Wing (near House of Wagyu). Kids can start their own heroic journey, climb a beanstalk, milk a cow, enjoy a pony ride and count golden eggs to win great treasures.
After discovering the seven Storybook Worlds, children and their families can hunt for the giant Easter Eggs hidden across Eastwood City and get a chance to win exciting prizes at the Eastwood City’s Easter Egg Hunt Online Promo. These works of art were created by art students during the Giant On the Spot Easter Egg Painting contest held last March 26.
They can also watch Alice in Wonderland: A Children’s Musical, another world-class children’s musical production from Kids Acts Philippines based on classic fantasy novel by Lewis Carroll, at 6:30PM at the Eastwood Mall Open Park.
Parents looking to have their children join Eastwood City’s Once Upon an Easter Wonderland can get an Easter Wonderland Storybook for only P600 at the designated registration booths on Easter Sunday.
Tickets are available at the Eastwood Mall Concierge or from Ticketnet Online atwww.ticketnet.com.ph. Each entrance ticket admits one child and one adult companion and gives bearers access to the seven Storybook Worlds and to the different kiddie activities and freebies.
For more information, call Megaworld Lifestyle Malls Concierge at 709-9888, 709-0888 or 0917-8380111 or visit www.megaworldlifestylemalls.com.