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Regent Singapore is offering up to 50 percent off staycation and dining vouchers

Here's something to look forward to once everything opens again

Dewi Nurjuwita
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Dewi Nurjuwita
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Looking forward to when we can start dining out, hanging out at bars, and have staycations again? Regent Singapore is offering up to 50 per cent off their staycation and dining vouchers, with a validity of up to one year from the date of purchase, so you are in full control of your plans. 

Whether you're planning a staycation for the whole family or your loved ones, enjoy a cocktail at its award-winning bar or have a romantic dinner at one of Regent's F&B outlets, there's an option for everyone. Want to spend a boozy Sunday with your date? Choose the Manhattan adult-only cocktail brunch for two at $307.20 (down from $384). Foodies should check out the best deal of the lot, a super long getaway designed for gastronauts. At just $330 (down from $660), you'll enjoy a stay at Regent Singapore and be entitled to a $288 dining credit for redemption at Regent Singapore's outlets. This can be used at the hotel's star establishments, from the Michelin-starred Summer Palace and popular Basilico to Manhattan, ranked 8th on Asia's 50 Best Bars. 

Some of the voucher-only perks include: 

- A free room upgrade to the Executive Suite
- Free connecting room
- Complimentary breakfasts for children below the age of 12
- $200 to $288 dining credit for redemption at Regent Singapore's outlets
- Early check-in (8am) and late checkout (8pm)

To sweeten the deal, you'll automatically be eligible for the #TomorrowAtRegent giveaway, which include prizes such as Michelin-starred tasting menus, whiskey flights and more. So do yourself a favour and take advantage of this deal – so you have something else to look forward to once life goes back to normal again. 

For more info, visit the official site here

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