Staycation options are aplenty in Singapore – from lush treetop lofts to chic shophouse hotels and even glamping on the grounds of a former palace. But here's one for a unique staycation experience where you can mingle with wildlife.
In line with Singapore Tourism Board’s #PassionMadePossible and #SingapoRediscovers campaign, seven Marriott International properties have collaborated with Wildlife Reserves Singapore (WRS) to offer unique and interesting experiences that Singaporeans can enjoy and in turn, rediscovering the attractions of our beautiful city.
The immersive staycation experience is available at seven participating hotels: The St. Regis Singapore, W Singapore - Sentosa Cove, The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore, Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel, Sheraton Towers Singapore, Four Points by Sheraton Singapore, Riverview, The Vagabond Club, Singapore, a Tribute Portfolio Hotel. It includes accommodation, daily breakfast, along with the choice of any of the two new Wildlife Encounter packages such as the Singapore Zoo Family Experience with Orangutans or River Safari Panda Forest Family Experience that offer admission to the parks. Go behind the scenes and meet the animal care team, who will tell you more about working with wildlife.
“Our parks are windows to the wild where families can appreciate the naturalistic habitats of a wide range of animal species. To enrich the experience, we are curating special interactions with our animal care teams whose stories will personalize the animal encounters," says Irene Lin, Chief Marketing Officer of Wildlife Reserves Singapore. "Through this collaboration with Marriott International, we can jointly grow the nature-quotient in the community of holidaymakers right here at home and inspire more and more people to appreciate the world around them and care for nature.”
You can book the experience here.
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