Grab your explorer bags on and spend a day at one of the world's first 'open concept' zoos, where residents live in landscaped enclosures instead of traditional cages. This 28-hectare attraction is home to more than 4,000 animals, including the world's largest colony of orangutans, the exotic white tiger and the Hamadryas baboons. Whether it's your first, third, or tenth time heading to the Singapore Zoo, there's always something new to learn. We're going to the zoo, zoo, zoo.
Price: From $20.80 for kids; from $31.20 for adults
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Here's a public service announcement! You can now enjoy eligible SingapoRediscovers Vouchers (SRV) attractions, tours, and staycations until March 31, 2022 – as long as you get your tickets by December 31 this year. That's great news for those of us who have yet to cash in on the $100 given out to Singaporeans aged 18 and above in December last year.
We're sure you're well acquainted with the tourism vouchers by now, but in case you haven't been catching out in the news, let's refresh: The vouchers are available in a digital format in denominations of $10 – and can be used at over 200 licensed hotels, leisure attractions and tours that have received approval to reopen or resume. You can also buy up to six tickets for attractions and tours – each at $10 off – for those under 18.
There's a great wealth of experiences to pick from the six authorised booking partners: namely viz.com, Changi Recommends, Trip.com, Klook, GlobalTix, and Traveloka. If you're still thinking of where to spend your vouchers, we've rounded up some attractions, activities and hotels you can bookmark.