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15 places to spend your $100 tourism vouchers

Still don't know what to do with your SingapoRediscovers vouchers?

Dewi Nurjuwita
Cam Khalid
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Dewi Nurjuwita
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Cam Khalid
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Here's a public service announcement! Your SingapoRediscovers vouchers are expiring on June 30. 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: in December last year, Singaporeans aged 18 and above received $100 worth of vouchers as part of the $45 million SingapoRediscovers marketing campaign launched in July. 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 are more than 200 merchants for you to pick from five authorised booking partners: namely 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. 

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Tours

Singapore Zoo
  • Things to do
  • Mandai

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
Book tickets on Trip.com

  • Things to do
  • Jurong East

Escape the hot and humid Singapore weather for a day at Snow City, Singapore's first permanent indoor snow centre. You get to dress up in the whole winter gear get up – don't worry, these are available for rent – and stomp around in the snow. Slide down a 60m snow slope, take photos with life-sized snow sculptures in the artic playground or get toasty in an igloo home. 

Don't miss the latest addition to Snow City, the Winter Shooting Arena, an exhilarating target shooting experience in a closed sub-zero environment. Put your teamwork and precision skills to the test and take down various paintball markers in a snow field. 

Price: From $12
Book tickets on Klook

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Singapore Flyer
  • Things to do
  • Marina Bay

Enjoy 360-degree views of the city from Marina Bay's 42-storey, 165-metre observation wheel. Each flight lasts 30 minutes and on a clear day, the panorama from the top of the wheel stretches into neighbouring Malaysia and Indonesia. For special occasions, be sure to book one of the dining and cocktail packages available. 

Price: From $33 
Book tickets on Trip.com

Gardens by the Bay
  • Things to do
  • Marina Bay

Explore all 101 hectares of the iconic Gardens by the Bay, which comprises three waterfront gardens – Bay South, Bay East and Bay Central. Bay South, the largest at 54 hectares. Don't forget to head into the Flower Dome and Cloud Forest conservatories for a cooled tour of the world's flora.

Price: From $23
Book on Changi Recommends

 

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Universal Studios Singapore
  • Things to do
  • Sentosa

Grab the whole family and head on to Southeast Asia's first and only movie theme park. You can easily spend a full day here – whether you're jumping onto a high-thrill coaster, catching an interactive show or digging into a juicy burger at an all-American diner. 

Price: From $58 for kids; from $66 for adults 
Book tickets on Klook

  • Attractions
  • Sightseeing
  • Bukit Merah

Catch awesome views of the HarbourFront precinct, southern islands and the world’s busiest port as you take a 12-minute cable-car ride from Faber Peak Singapore on Mount Faber to Imbiah Lookout on Sentosa Island. At night, the giant Merlion changes colours – it’s kitschy but amusing and you can even experience Stardust Dining, where a new dish is served to you each time your cable car arrives back at the peak. 

Price: $24.50 for a round trip; $29.75 for one-day unlimited rides pass
Book tickets on Traveloka

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  • Things to do
  • Pasir Ris

From high-speed flume rides to four-storey slides and wave pools, there’s plenty to do at this water park. Small children can take it easy in the meandering river or splash around in 'Yippie!', a shallow sloshing area. The 'Professor’s Playground', with its slides, ladders, water cannons and fountains, will entertain older kids for hours. More adventurous ones will prefer the exhilarating trip down the 'Ular-Lah' raft slide, with its high, banked corners and 360° spins.

The water park has also added four new rides for adrenaline-seekers. There's the 'Royal Flush', which sends you down a steep drop, and the 'Free Fall' that takes riders down a near-vertical slide that's six storeys high. Compete with your friends as you speed down the four-lane ride 'Kraken Racers', or if you're more of a solo daredevil, then the 19m-tall Vortex that turns and twists is set to be thrilling. 

Price: From $18 for kids; from $24 for adults
Book tickets on Trip.com

Staycay

  • Hotels
  • Rochor

Have always wanted to staycay at the sophisticated Andaz Singapore? Maybe now's the time, with Klook offering the best price guarantee from $300, including a $100 F&B credit. Customers will also receive a $50 hotel rebate voucher with a minimum spend of $50 SingapoRediscovers Vouchers spent on hotels on Klook. 

Explore the vibrant districts of Kampong Gelam and Bugis and take in its rich heritage. The rooms are just as gorgeous, featuring locally-inspired designs in warm russet and mustard tones and wood-style tiling by architect Andre Fu, air-conditioned rooms have floor-to-ceiling windows that open up to views of the city. 

Price: From $300 exclusively on Klook

  • Hotels
  • Boutique hotels
  • Outram

For hotels below $100, check out Hotel Soloha. The coolest kid on Keong Saik, the intimate 45-room boutique hotel evokes tropical modernism that fits perfectly into the charming street. Swing through the wooden panel doors of the white and blue facade, and you'll be greeted by witty and bold interiors and artisanal furnishings. The hotel provides a refreshing burst of colour that juxtaposes against the earthy tones of the surrounding neighbourhood. 

Price: From $92 on Trip.com

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Hotel G
  • Hotels
  • Rochor

Here's another option below $100. Featuring a contemporary decor, Hotel G Singapore is a chic lifestyle hotel located within walking distance to the Bras Basah Bugis district. Feeling peckish? There are two terrific in-house dining options: Ginett Restaurant and Wine Bar, which features a large selection of cold cuts, cheese and daily specials along with a fine selection of wines, from $6 per glass and $30 per bottle. Craving Los Angeles fare? Tuck into burgers, milkshakes and more at 25 Degrees Burger and Liquor.

Price: From $93 on Changi Recommends

Kids just wanna have fun, too

  • Sport and fitness
  • Leisure centres
  • Kallang

They say everywhere can be a playground – that's certainly the case for Airzone, the world's first indoor suspended net playground. Airzone welcomes both adults and the young ones, so it's perfect for a bonding session with the kids. Occupying the atrium space between different floors in City Square Mall, be prepared to explore the multiple play areas where you can dive in a ball pit, crawl through a maze, climb to the top and try out the slides or just hang out on the suspended nets. 

Price: From $20 per session 
Book your tickets here

  • Things to do
  • Games and hobbies
  • City Hall

The 18,000 square-feet dedicated Nerf entertainment centre is one for you and your army of adrenaline junkies. Get your heart pumping at multiple indoor themed activity zones that test your agility and creativity through active play, teamwork and more. And if all that shooting and dodging flying pellets got you working up an appetite, refuel at the food and beverage areas. There are also retail stalls with exclusive Nerf merchandise for you to expand your arsenal.

Price: From $29 
Book tickets here 

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Mega Adventure Sentosa
  • Things to do
  • Sentosa

Need some adventure in your life? Singapore’s longest and steepest flying fox ride will send you soaring at breathtaking speeds across the 450m course. Best enjoyed as a family bonding activity. 

Price: From $18
Book tickets here

  • Things to do
  • Sentosa

Mingle with the stars at renowned waxwork museum Madame Tussauds. Key themes at the attraction include World Leaders, History, Film, Sport, Music and TV; there's also an A-List Party section, where the figures of Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt, Johnny Depp and friends are placed. Aside from international superstars such as Jackie Chan an

Unique to the Singapore Museum is the indoor boat ride called Spirit of Singapore. Hop onto a sampan and catch glimpses of native plans, iconic attractions and glimpses of local culture, such as a re-enactment of a traditional Chinese opera and lion dance. 

Price: From $28
Book tickets here

 

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