The weather may have been stormy recently, but here's a piece of news to brighten up your days. The government has just announced that Singaporeans aged 18 and above this year will each receive $100 in digital vouchers as part of the $45 million SingapoRediscover marketing campaign launched in July. Locals can spend the voucher on staycations, tickets to leisure attractions and local tours to see Singapore through fresh eyes and support local businesses.
You can access your SingapoRediscovers Vouchers via SingPass from December and you can use it to offset ticket purchase and hotel stays through the end of June next year. The vouchers will come in denominations of $10 and can be used at all licensed hotels, leisure attractions and local tours by operators that have received approval from STB to open or resume. Additionally, you can also purchase up to six subsidised tickets for attractions and tours – each at $10 off – for those under 18 from December to the end of next June.
There's currently a running list of 214 hotels, 40 attractions and 438 tour itineraries that can resume operations with safe management measures in place. This includes our four wildlife parks (Singapore Zoo, Jurong Bird Park, Night Safari and River Safari), activities and hotels on Sentosa, staycations in the city, and guided tours of Pulau Ubin.
Specific instructions on how to redeem the vouchers will be announced in November. But for now, you can already start making plans to visit these local attractions.