Best SingapoRediscovers experiences and deals


“SingapoRediscovers” and “Singapoliday” are 2 fairly new words we’ve been hearing a lot recently. It’s all for good reason, of course – we’re sorely missing the glory days of free-and-easy travel, and we’re constantly on the lookout for new things to do to keep our spirits up during Phase 2. 

Thankfully, there are a ton of gems – both old and new – to rediscover without having to hop onboard a flight. As the government has now allocated $320million for tourism credits, check out these SingapRediscovers activities and deals to help boost the local economy while recreating holiday-like experiences in our own backyard.

Note: Although some promos in this article have ended, these attractions are still a great way to plan how to spend your $100 SingapoRediscovers vouchers. The final list of attractions you can spend the vouchers on will be made available by the Singapore Tourism Board in December 2020.


– Attractions –


1. Go IG-crazy at Jewel Changi


SingapoRediscovers - Jewel Changi

It goes without saying that Jewel Changi is one of the most Instagrammable spots in Singapore, not just for locals but among tourists too. Packed with attractions like the iconic Rain Vortex and bouncy Sky Nets (from $4.50, U.P. from $10), plus tons of dining and shopping options, this place has everything you’ll need to keep entertained for an entire day. 

Check out the attractions with discounted entry below:

  • Changi Experience Studio: From $7.65 (U.P. from $17)
  • Canopy Bridge: $3.60 (U.P. $8)
  • Hedge Maze: From $3.60 (U.P. from $8)
  • Mirror Maze: From $4.50 (U.P. from $10)
  • Sky Nets: From $4.50 (U.P. from $10)

Read more on Jewel Changi attractions.

SingapoRediscovers promo: 55% off Jewel attractions tickets
Promo period: Now till 31st August 2020

Jewel Changi Airport
Address: 78 Airport Boulevard, Jewel Changi Airport, Singapore 819666
Opening hours: 24/7
Telephone: 6956 9898
Website


2. Get unlimited visits to Gardens By The Bay


Gardens by the Bay

Whether it’s for romantic dates, picturesque outings or just an educational day out with the fam, Gardens By The Bay easily tops any list of must-visit attractions in Singapore. Not only does it have extravagant seasonal displays, they also have 2 cooling domes peppered with IG-worthy corners for an eyeful of gorgeous blossoms and greens.

SingapoRediscovers promo: 6 months of unlimited access for just $20/adult (U.P. $28/adult per visit)
Promo period: Now till 31st August 2020

Gardens By The Bay
Address: 18 Marina Gardens Dr, Singapore 018953
Opening hours: 9AM-9PM, Daily
Telephone: 6420 6848
Website


3. Bond with wildlife at Wildlife Reserves Singapore parks 


River Safari

Now’s the best time to have a massive #throwback to your childhood and pay a visit to Singapore Zoo, River Safari, Night Safari, and Jurong Bird Park. Take advantage of their ongoing post-National Day 55% discounts to catch a slew of live shows and feeding sessions while connecting with wildlife. 

SingapoRediscovers promo: Buy 1 ticket and get the 2nd one for 55% off
Promo period: Now till 31st August 2020

Singapore Zoo
Address: 80 Mandai Lake Rd, Singapore 729826
Opening hours: 8.30AM – 6PM, Daily
Telephone: 6269 3411
Website

River Safari
Address: 80 Mandai Lake Rd, Singapore 729826
Opening hours: 10AM-7PM, Daily
Telephone: 6269 3411
Website

Night Safari
Address: 80 Mandai Lake Rd, Singapore 729826
Opening hours: Thur – Sun 7PM-11PM (Closed Mon-Wed)
Telephone: 6269 3411
Website

Jurong Bird Park
Address: 2 Jurong Hill, Singapore 628925
Opening hours: 8.30AM-6PM, Daily
Telephone: 6269 3411
Website


4. Pose with celebs at Madame Tussauds Singapore


Madame Tussauds

Many of us have probably dreamt of meeting our favourite celebrities, but for those who don’t see that in their horizon, a visit to Madame Tussauds would be the next best thing. Indulge in the Marvel 4D Experience and choose between Team Iron Man or Team Captain America, strike a pose with icons like Taylor Swift, or literally walk through a display of Singapore’s history.

SingapoRediscovers promo: 1-for-1 admission for the VR Racing Package from $38/adult – includes entry to Madame Tussauds and a free gift
Promo period: Now till 31st August 2020

Madame Tussauds
Address: 40 Imbiah Rd, Sentosa, Singapore 099700
Opening hours: Thur – Mon 11AM-7PM (Closed Tue-Wed)
Telephone: 6715 4000
Website


5. Make a splash at Wild Wild Wet


Wild Wild Wet

Those who love extreme outdoor activities but aren’t a fan of sweating it out under Singapore’s tropical heat would find Wild Wild Wet the perfect respite. Filled with high-speed water slides, wave pools and lazy rivers, this iconic water park offers plenty to do. It’s child-friendly too, complete with smaller slides and play zones for kids of all ages.

SingapoRediscovers promo: 1-for-1 Day Passes from $24/adult
Promo period: Now till 31st August 2020

Wild Wild Wet
Address: 1 Pasir Ris Cl, Singapore 519599
Opening hours: Thur – Mon 12PM-6PM (Closed Tue-Wed)
Telephone: 6581 9128
Website


6. Escape reality at Head Rock VR


Headrock VR

Virtual reality (VR) has fast become a mainstay in modern-day entertainment, thanks to the fact you can virtually do anything. Whether you’re a newbie or a seasoned VR gamer, you’ll find a ton of exciting VR activities to indulge in at HeadRock VR. Shoot zombies, ride roller coasters and scale 100-storey skyscrapers, all with the help of VR technology.

Check out more activities at HeadRock VR.

SingapoRediscovers promo: $10 off every package purchase (U.P. from $30/adult) | Up to $24 off their Twosome package deal. Redeem onsite.
Promo period: Now till 30th October 2020

HeadRock VR
Address: 26 Sentosa Gateway, #01-38/39, Singapore 098138
Opening hours: Thur – Tue 11AM-7PM (Closed on Wed)
Telephone: 6963 4127
Website


7. Free fall and swing at AJ Hackett


AJ Hackett bungy jump

Daredevils needn’t travel out of Singapore to get a taste of free-falling, because AJ Hackett has it all. Whether it’s bungy jumping from a height equivalent to a 17-story building, or riding a high-speed 120KMH giant swing, an afternoon here is sure to get the heart pumping.

SingapoRediscovers promo: $99/adult for a Bungy jump, swing and skybridge package, inclusive of a free drink or ice cream and $5 F&B voucher. Other deals up to 69% off here.
Promo period: Now till 31st October 2020

AJ Hackett
Address: 30 Siloso Beach Walk, Singapore 099011
Opening hours: Sat – Sun 11.30AM-7PM | Mon, Thurs & Fri 12PM-7PM (Closed Tue-Wed)
Telephone: 6911 3070
Website


8. Zipline down a hill at Mega Adventure


MegaZip at Mega Adventure Sentosa
Image credit: @megaadventuresingapore

Head over to Sentosa and one of the more noticeable things you’ll see are people zip-lining down the hill towards the beach. In case you didn’t know, that’s MegaZip at Mega Adventure. Take in panoramic views as you zoom down from a 75M tower, at a speedy 60KMH to feel like you’re flying across Siloso Beach.

SingapoRediscovers promo: Buy-3-get-1-free at $55/adult. Includes a $10 voucher that can be used at AJ Hackett or Trapizza at Shangri-La
Promo period: Now till 31st December 2020

Mega Adventure
Address: 10A Siloso Beach Walk, Singapore 099008
Opening hours: Sat – Sun 11AM-7PM | Mon – Fri 1PM-7PM
Telephone: 6480 7199
Website


9. Chill at Snow City Singapore


Snow City Singapore
Image credit: @snowcitysg

Travelling to snowy countries has most likely been put on hold for 2020’s year end holidays, but that doesn’t mean you can’t experience winter right here in Singapore. Cue Snow City and their snow-covered slopes and icy playgrounds to help you beat the heat. They’re now having a promo with 30% off tickets, just in time for the September school holidays.

SingapoRediscovers promo: 30% off admission tickets, from $10.50/adult (U.P. $15/adult)
Promo period: Now till 30th September 2020

Snow City
Address: 21 Jurong Town Hall Rd, Singapore 609433
Opening hours: Wed – Sun 10AM-5PM (Closed Mon-Tue)
Telephone: 6560 2306
Website


10. See Singapore from up high at Singapore Flyer


SingapoRediscovers - Singapore Flyer

Singapore Flyer barely needs an introduction seeing that it has copped the title of Asia’s largest observation wheel. With unbeatable views of Marina Bay, the CBD and its surrounding neighbourhoods, this Singapore icon is a fail-proof attraction to impress bae or your fam on a quiet evening out. 

Read more on Singapore Flyer

SingapoRediscovers promo: $55 for 3 adults and 1 child (U.P. $33/adult)
Promo period: Now till 30th September 2020

Singapore Flyer
Address: 30 Raffles Ave, Singapore 039803
Opening hours: Thur – Sun 3PM-9PM (Closed Mon-Wed)
Website


11. Discover old school movie magic at The Cathay Gallery


The Cathay Gallery
Image credit: @cathaylifestyle

The Cathay may be an iconic place for after-school movie dates, but not many Singaporeans know about this hidden gem nestled within the building. Filled with old-school movie memorabilia, The Cathay Gallery is a quirky museum that has free entry – perfect if you want to continue to paktor after the movie you’re watching ends.

Find out more about The Cathay Gallery.

The Cathay Gallery
Address: 2 Handy Road, #02-16 The Cathay, Singapore 229233
Opening hours: Mon – Fri 2PM-6PM | Sat 12PM-6PM (Closed on Sun)
Website


12. Get a whiff of kampong life at Kampong Lorong Buangkok


Kampong Lorong Buangkok
Image credit: @ngsiewchwee

Singapore’s skyline is generally known to be a glossy concrete jungle that’s highly modernised. But Singapore’s roots should never be forgotten, and a good place to get in touch with the nation’s yesteryears is at Kampong Lorong Buangkok

Known as Singapore’s last surviving kampong, this neighbourhood still retains olden-day village houses that are still occupied till today – so take note to be respectful should you pay a visit. 

Read more on Kampong Lorong Buangkok.

Address: 7 Lorong Buangkok, Singapore 547557


13. Dine surrounded by Savannah vibes at Tiong Bahru Bakery Safari


Tiong Bahru Bakery Safari
Image credit: Eatbook

Just by looking at photos, it’s hard to believe that Tiong Bahru Bakery Safari actually exists in Singapore. With an exterior that takes the shape of a rustic wooden hut, plus colourful woven mats and cushions, this cafe is a perfect brunch spot for those who’re yearning for an afternoon far away from shopping malls and city life. 

Tiong Bahru Bakery Safari
Address: 130E Minden Road, Singapore 248819
Opening hours: 8AM-6PM, Daily
Telephone: 6877 4876
Website


14. Soak in modern art experiences at ArtScience Museum


Future Worlds at Art Science Museum

Whether you’re an art lover or someone who just loves IG-worthy activities, the high-tech Future World exhibit at ArtScience Museum is for you. Interact with installations or take whimsical photos against vibrant backgrounds for a unique experience that’s not your average art gallery visit. 

Find out more about the Future World exhibit.

SingapoRediscovers promo: 30% off Future World tickets (U.P. $16/adult) for Sands Rewards LifeStyle Members. Sign up here for free.
Promo period: Now till 31st December 2020

ArtScience Museum
Address: 6 Bayfront Ave, Singapore 018974
Opening hours: 10AM-7PM, Daily
Telephone: 6688 8888
Website


15. Be treated like a VIP at the Changi Lounge


Changi Lounge at Jewel Changi Airport
Image credit: Changi Airport Group

When working from home, many of us can agree that there are just some days where a little productivity boost is needed, and sometimes a change of environment does just that. If you need a place to hide out for a couple of hours, head on over to Changi Lounge. It’s a quiet space with high-speed wifi, beverages, and meeting rooms for times when Zoom calls just aren’t cutting it.

SingapoRediscovers promo: From $12/adult for 2 hours (U.P. $38/adult for 3 hours)
Promo period: Now till 31st December 2020

Changi Lounge, Jewel Changi Airport
Address: 78 Airport Blvd, #01 – 304, Singapore 819666
Opening hours: 10AM-10PM, Daily
Telephone: 6513 8743
Website


– Nature –


16. Explore a rainforest at MacRitchie Reservoir 


SingapoRediscovers - MacRitchie Reservoir Park

Nature lovers can’t go wrong with a day spent at MacRitchie Reservoir. It has everything from hiking trails and an iconic treetop walk, to serene river banks and water activities like kayaking and fishing. Best of all, entry is completely free, so it’s perfect as a budget-friendly activity.

Read about what you can do at MacRitchie Reservoir.

MacRitchie Reservoir
Address: MacRitchie Trail, Reservoir Rd, Singapore 570000
Opening hours: 24/7
Website


17. Go on a historical trail at Fort Canning Park 


SingapoRediscovers - Fort Canning Park

If there was a way to live out your Indiana Jones fantasy in Singapore, it would be at Fort Canning Park. This monumental park is lined with historical ruins and has several trails that will bring you to ancient gardens. A visit here is free, and its convenient location right smack in the middle of the city makes it an almost literal breath of fresh air.  

Read more about Insta-worthy nature trails in Singapore.

Fort Canning Park
Address: River Valley Rd, Singapore 179037
Opening hours: 24/7
Website


18. Dip your feet in 40°C water at Sembawang Hot Spring Park


Sembawang Hot Spring Park

Sembawang’s natural hot springs have been around for over 110 years, but it was only recently that locals finally got a chance to properly revel in these historic waters when Sembawang Hot Spring Park reopened in January 2020. Whether it’s to soak your aching feet, take a stroll, or boil an egg in naturally hot water, you’ll find plenty to do here. 

Read more on Sembawang Hot Spring Park

Sembawang Hot Spring Park
Address: Along, Gambas Ave
Opening hours: 7AM-7PM, Daily
Website


19. Get an out-of-the-city feel at Bukit Batok Little Guilin


Little Guilin Bukit Batok Town Park

Bukit Batok Town Park is famous for housing this precious slab of granite cliffs known as Little Guilin. A feat more associated with the landscape of our larger neighbouring countries, these gorgeous cliffs give you the feeling of being in a foreign land. Simply take a stroll around the park, or have a peaceful picnic here away from city life. 

Bukit Batok Town Park
Address: Bukit Batok East Ave 5, Singapore 650242
Opening hours: 24/7
Website


20. Go island hopping to Singapore’s Southern Islands


Southern Islands Singapore

You don’t have to hop onto a flight or cross the causeway to access white sand beaches and quiet bays. Singapore’s Southen Islands have all that – complete with resident cats, picnic spots, and quiet temples. With island hopping packages now available, you can have a beach holiday right here in Singapore at Lazarus, St. John’s, and Kusu Islands

Check out these best beaches in Singapore too.

Promo: Klook now has island hopping packages for just $14/person. Read about it here. The ferry departs from Marina South Pier. 

Marina South Pier (Klook ferry transfers)
Address: 31 Marina Coastal Dr, Singapore 018988
Telephone: 6375 1600
Website


21. Be a pro angler at Fever’s Kayak Fishing Tours


Kayak Fishing Fever

Fishing may look simple, but anglers know that it takes skill to really hook the big ‘uns. Now add a kayak into the mix for a tougher challenge. That’s what you’d be getting at Fever’s Kayak Fishing Tours as you pedal out to open water for some fresh catches. Don’t worry if you’ve never handled a rod before – they have guided beginner packages too. 

SingapoRediscovers promo: 10% off for a group of 4-5 people (U.P. from $119/person)
Promo period: Now till 30th September 2020

Fever
Address: 120 Tanjong Beach Walk, Sentosa, 098942
Opening hours: 7AM-6PM, Daily
Telephone: 8850 8501
Website


– Tours –


22. Have a 1950s experience with Singapore Sidecars


Singapore Sidecars
They have everything from art, culture and even food tours.
Image credit: @singaporesidecars

Sidecars are something most of us have only seen in cartoons, but it turns out you can actually ride one IRL right here in Singapore. Hop aboard one of Singapore Sidecars’ many guided tours, whether it’s through the picturesque Kampung Glam and the Civic District, or through the filming sites of Crazy Rich Asians. 

SingapoRediscovers promo: 1-for-1 sidecar rides with the promo code #WOOHOO (U.P. ~$160/person)
Promo period: Now till 30th September 2020

Singapore Sidecars
Telephone: 9620 0166
Website


23. See real life haunts with Creepy Tales Of Singapore


Creepy Tales Of Singapore
Image credit: Oriental Travel & Tours

Long-time horror fans may already be numb to the usual horror movies, but if you want to get spooked in real life, Creepy Tales Of Singapore is worth checking out. This night tour will bring you to “haunted” sites in Singapore, including cemeteries and war grounds, complete with the chilling stories that come with them.

SingapoRediscovers promo: 30% off admission (U.P. $150/person)
Promo period: Now till 31st October 2020

Oriental Travel & Tours
Address: 50 Lor 28 Geylang, Singapore 398453
Opening hours: 24/7
Telephone: 8262 6266
Website


24. Zoom around on a segway at Sentosa


Gogreen Segway EcoAdventure
Image credit: @gogreensegwaysg

Walking is commonplace in Singapore, especially since we’re all used to taking public transport daily. So when you’re in need of a break, you might want to finally be able to rest those legs. Enter segways to easily zoom around and explore Siloso Beach. Take in a guided tour of Sentosa (from $39.90/person), or simply explore the shoreline on your own.

SingapoRediscovers promo: $9.90/person (U.P. $17/person) for Segway Fun Rides or bicycle rentals at Segway Tours Singapore.
Promo period: Now till 31st August 2020

Gogreen Segway EcoAdventure
Address: 51 Siloso Beach Walk, 099001
Opening hours: 10AM-7.30PM, Daily
Telephone: 9825 4066
Website


25. See Singapore as a tourist with DUCKTours


DUCKTours Suntec City

This one’s especially fun for those with little ones: ride an amphibious tour bus that can traverse both land and water while visiting iconic landmarks. With DUCKTours’ Phase 2 deal, you’ll get an eyeful of Marina Bay and the Civic District, complete with an audio guide to soak in some knowledge along the way.

SingapoRediscovers promo: 30% off admission (U.P. $43/adult; $33/child)
Promo period: Now till 13th September 2020

DUCKTours
Address: See all locations here
Telephone: 6338 6877
Website


26. Learn artisanal trades with Singapore’s Disappearing Trade Tour


Singapore's Disappearing Trade Tour Klook
Image credit: Klook

It’s only when everything around us is completely modernised and automated that we can truly appreciate artisanal crafts of yesteryears. If you’re a stickler for nostalgia, take in Singapore’s Disappearing Trade Tour. Step into the world of old-school coffee roasting and baking, and learn a thing or two about Chinese paper houses. 

Promo: $155 for a group of 5 people (U.P. $165) on Klook


27. Cruise in style at Yachtcruisesg


Yatchcruisesg Southern Islands
Image credit: Yachtcruisesg

Singapore’s thriving city and townships aren’t just the only things that hold a ton of historical significance; its coastline does too. For a tour that’s filled with both interesting tidbits of info and comfort, hop aboard one of Yachtcruisesg’s ships. You’ll get to sail through the Southern Islands and spot monuments like the Raffles Lighthouse along the way. 

SingapoRediscovers promo: 30% off the Southern Islands Guided Tour (U.P. $89/person)
Promo period: Now till 28th February 2021

Yachtcruisesg
Address: Marina at Keppel Bay, 2 Keppel Bay Vista, Singapore 098382
Opening hours: 9AM-6PM, Daily
Telephone: 8111 6168
Website


– Staycations –


28. Splurge on a luxe honeymoon-esque stay at Capella Singapore


Capella Singapore

Annual vacations may now be put on hold, but there are tons of options to go all-out on birthdays, anniversaries or even honeymoons right here in Singapore. Amp up your local celebration with a luxurious staycay at Capella Singapore, and take full advantage of the complimentary activities that come with it, plus free breakfast for 2.

SingapoRediscovers promo: 20% off room rates that start from $642/night.
Promo period: Now till 30th September 2020

Capella Singapore
Address: 1 The Knolls, Sentosa Island, Singapore 098297
Telephone: 6377 8888
Website


29. Have a historic staycay at Fullerton Hotel


Fullerton Hotel
Image credit: Wikimedia Commons

Not many of us can say we’ve actually stayed at Singapore’s most iconic hotels, so now’s the best time to start experiencing what the world has been recognising us for. The historic Fullerton Hotel and Fullerton Bay Hotel now have a slew of bundle deals that include complimentary second night stays, dining credits up to $100 nett and free room upgrades.

SingapoRediscovers promo: View the full list of promos and packages here.
Promo period: Varies depending on the package

Fullerton Hotel
Address: 1 Fullerton Square, Singapore 049178
Telephone: 6733 8388
Website

Fullerton Bay Hotel
Address: 80 Collyer Quay, Singapore 049326
Telephone: 6333 8388
Website


30. Swim in Singapore’s famous infinity pool at Marina Bay Sands


Marina Bay Sands infinity pool
Image credit: Marina Bay Sands

We’ve seen Marina Bay Sands’ iconic infinity pool on TV and splashed all over influencers’ social media pages, but not many of us have actually swam in it before. While deals are aplenty, take this chance to book a luxe staycay at this hoppin’ venue for shopping, entertainment and R&R. 

SingapoRediscovers promo: Perks like free room upgrades and $50/night hotel credits with room rates from $339/night
Promo period: Now till 31st August 2020

Marina Bay Sands
Address: 10 Bayfront Ave, Singapore 018956
Telephone: 6688 8868
Website


31. Live like you’re in the future at YOTEL


YOTEL

We’re slowly getting used to the idea of living among robots here in Singapore, with establishments employing robot busboys, cleaners and traffic wardens. But if you can’t wait to dive straight into a futuristic world, a staycay at YOTEL will do it for you. Meet their guest service robots and sleep in high-tech rooms with automated beds to feel like you’re in a faraway galaxy.

Read our full review of YOTEL.

SingapoRediscovers promo: Discounted rates from $140/night | 3D2N Robo-cation deals with free daily breakfast & $40 F&B credits | Get additional discounts up to 20% off when you book more nights.
Promo period: Now till 31st March 2021

YOTEL Singapore
Address: 366 Orchard Rd, Singapore 238904
Telephone: 6866 8000
Website


32. Escape to “Bali” with Lloyd’s Inn


Lloyd's Inn
Image credit: Lloyd’s Inn

Pre-COVID-19, quick island vacations to the likes of Phuket and Bali were the norm for many of us. Now that we’re going to be hanging around Singapore till further notice, you can still get that modern island villa experience at Lloyd’s Inn. Chill on their rooftop terrace, take a dip in a pool that’s surrounded by greenery, and relax in a minimalist room, all from an affordable $170/night.

Look for more staycay spots that feel like you’re in a foreign country.

Lloyd’s Inn
Address: 2 Lloyd Rd, Singapore 239091
Telephone: 6737 7309
Website


Play tourist with SingapoRediscovers 


For most of us, playing tourist right here in Singapore may not have always been at the forefront of our minds. But now that COVID-19 has affected international travel, we can do our part to support the local tourism industry by rediscovering local experiences. If you’re out of ideas on what to do in Singapore, check out this list of 101 things to do and Phase 2 staycay deals too.

Whether it’s an uber-localised activity or an “overseas” getaway you’re looking for, this list of things to do will tide you through your wanderlust. 

Check out more SingapoRediscovers deals here


Cover image adapted from: Gardens By The Bay