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Easter is just around the corner – which means it’s almost time to start thinking about what types of sugary Easter-themed treats to indulge in. Whether it’s treating yourself, stocking up for the whole family at home, or gifting friends or hosts, we round up five places you can go to stock up on some scrumptious chocolate eggs — and more — in the neighbourhood.

Intricate, artisanal goodies from eggs-traordinary Japanese Easter at Island Shangri-La

1. Eggs-traordinary Japanese Easter at Island Shangri-La

The creative pastry team at Island Shangri-La has come up with a series of unique and intricate Easter goodies that takes inspiration from classic Japanese characters. Led by Executive Pastry Chef Julien Gourmelon, the collection flexes some seriously flawless artisanry — making them almost too pretty to eat. The range includes a Chocolate Samurai, Chocolate Geisha and Sumo Bunny, along with Ikebana Easter Eggs. If you’re looking for a truly exquisite Easter gift idea, these beauties take the cake.

2. Destination Chocolate Planet at La Maison du Chocolat

La Maison du Chocolat’s head chocolatier Nicolas Cloiseau looks up to the cosmos for this fun and playful Easter egg collection that explores the mysteries of unexplored planets. Cloiseau tells a tale of the taste and rare terroirs of chocolate and the envy of the entire solar system. Bite into the cutest chocolatey figurines including Captain Ecuador, Pilot Peru and Agent Jamaica, each decorated with delicious accents such as slivers of caramelised pecans and dark chocolate bouchées.

Baking Maniac’s handmade treats are available at The Upper House Easter Market on 28 March

3. Baking Maniac at The Upper House

Head to The Upper House Easter Market on 28 March, and look out for a stall housing Baking Maniac. Founded by self-taught mother and son team Ankrish and Renuka, the Hong Kong maison creates made-to-order (and very Instagram-worthy!) cakes and cupcakes using only the finest organic ingredients. If you’re looking for home-baked edible Easter art and a chance to support small, local business, Baking Maniac is the perfect choice.

4. Nostalgic Cadbury Classics at Sweet World

It’s hard to beat humble Cadbury eggs at Easter time. For so many of us, the iconic chocolate brand has delivered our Easter treats year on year since our childhoods. This spring, reconnect with the flavours you know and love such as classic Dairy Milk, Smarties and Creme Eggs, in eggs made for one and perfect-for-sharing packs.

5. European and British favourites at GREAT Food Hall

For those in the mood for a trip to Europe or Great Britain sans passport, tuck into a wide selection of chocolate treats from GREAT Food Hall, all sourced from across the world. Along with chic, history-laden French brands such as Cémoi and expert Belgian chocolatiers Dolfin and Galler, you’ll also find beloved British brands including Moo Free, which creates vegan Easter eggs that don’t comprise on taste.