Traveloka SingapoRediscovers Vouchers promos
Some of us have hoarded our precious SingapoRediscovers Vouchers (SRV) in hopes of outwaiting and outwitting the crowds rushing to cash them in on staycays and trips to Universal Studios Singapore. If you’re guilty as charged, you’re in luck. Traveloka is now letting you combine promotions to give you the most mileage for your SRV dollar.
From credit card promos to an exclusive TSL code that requires no minimum spend, here’s how to squeeze out the most savings as you book anything from luxe hotel staycations to lesser-known things to do around Singapore’s “outback”.
Extra debit or credit card discounts when you book on Traveloka
It’s common knowledge that we’re each allocated $100 dollars worth of SingapoRediscover vouchers to play tourist in our own country, but beyond that, if you’re a DBS/POSB cardholder, you can actually combine coupon codes to score additional discounts.
For example, hotel bookings made with a DBS/POSB debit or credit card lets you nab 15% off the listed price tag with the code <DBSSRVH>. On the flip side, book an experience such as a Vespa sidecar tour and you’ll shave 10% off the listed price (capped at $10, with a min. spend of $30) with the code <DBSSRVX>.
Traveloka also has some other card discounts for other cardholders here.
As the final cherry on the cake, Traveloka also has an exclusive deal for TSL readers. Score a further $10 discount with the promo code <TVLKSMART>.
Note how you can combine multiple promo codes! Image credit: Traveloka
In summary, here are the steps:
- Go to Traveloka’s site.
- Choose your experience or activity.
- Apply the SRV coupons.
- Apply other coupons like TSL and DBS coupons.
Add these card discounts and cash back opportunities, and you’ll be hard pressed to settle on how to spend those credits. To give you a little SRV inspo, here are some staycation and activity highlights to spur you along.
The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore – staycation inclusive of afternoon tea, late check-out and free parking
Image credit: The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore
CBD folk might reel at the thought of booking a staycay within a 2KM radius of their office, but the classy allure of The Fullerton Bay Hotel and its stunning views of MBS and the tranquil waters of the Singapore River will help you appreciate our financial district a little bit more.
Located mere minutes away from City Hall’s shopping trifecta, The Fullerton Bay Hotel puts you a stone’s throw away from a barrage of restaurants and cafes. Guaranteeing you delicious treats whether you’re peckish for fusion tacos and boozy margaritas over at Vatos Urban Tacos or up for classic French bistro faves at La Brasserie.
Image credit: Traveloka
Room-wise, the hotel’s Indulgence Vacation Package (from $593.20) not only grants you a stay with panoramic views of Marina Bay and its surrounding landmarks such as Merlion Park, but also complimentary parking as well as a late 2PM check-out from Sunday to Tuesday on top of breakfast and afternoon tea for two.
Cost: $593.20 – $100 (SRV) – $15 (DBS card promo) – $10 (TSL promo code) = $468.20
PARKROYAL COLLECTION Pickering – infinity pool and buffet discounts
Image credit: PARKROYAL COLLECTION Pickering, Singapore
PARKROYAL COLLECTION Pickering is known for: its futuristic urban jungle architecture that was featured on HBO’s Westworld, and its first-class in-house buffet restaurant Lime. If you’re looking for a little novelty in your staycay, pamper yourself with a night at this eco-friendly garden-hotel.
All bookings on the SingapoRediscovers Package comes with a 20% discount at their in-house buffet restaurant Lime, complimentary Pan Pacific Cares Pack – comprising of a hand sanitiser, face mask and sanitised wipes – plus access to their infinity pool and fitness centre.
Their Lifestyle Rooms (from $263.65 nett on a Room Only SingapoRediscovers Package) come fully equipped with all blackout curtains, climate-controlled air conditioning and are even soundproof for total relaxation. There’s even a bathtub smartly built into the room so bath bomb hoarders will be able to soak their worries away.
Quick tip – login as a Traveloka member and get an additional 10% discount!
Cost: $263.65 – $100 (SRV) – $26.37 (Traveloka member) – $15 (DBS card promo) – $10 (TSL promo code) = $112.28
2.5-hours Singapore Southern Islands tour – private yacht & cable car ride
Get off the mainland and explore Singapore’s surrounds with a private yacht cruise around Sentosa and onwards toward Kusu Island, where you can soak up the breathtaking sea views and immerse yourself in the local myths and folklores as your private guide regales you with tales of the island’s past.
Once on shore, frolicking around the islands’ Bintan-esque beaches and lagoons or make a pilgrimage to the Da Bo Gong Temple or the Malay shrine to pray for your heart’s deepest desires. You’d be remiss to leave without hitting up the hundreds of tortoises at the tortoise sanctuary further inland.
This $100 package also includes drinks and snacks, as well as a photo souvenir
Back at Sentosa, cap off the experience with a cable car ride and be treated to a bird’s eye view of the Harbourfront and Sentosa cityscape.
iFly Singapore – indoor free-fall skydive
Image credit: iFly Singapore
It’s going to be a while before we can jump out of planes in beautiful countries, but if you haven’t visited iFly Singapore since it opened in 2011, now’s a good time to dive out of your comfort zone and challenge yourself to indoor skydiving.
Experience the true sensation of free-falling inside a wind tunnel with views of Sentosa beach and the ocean with your ride or die and pay only $50 per pax when you book via Traveloka. Else, go big with the iFly Singapore Trial Training Package + Coaching costing $150 which includes 6 skydive options and professional coaching for one.
Book your skydiving experience at iFly on Traveloka.
Shopping, food & service vouchers for using your SingapoRediscovers vouchers on Traveloka
If you thought having promo codes were a great deal, the fun doesn’t end after checking out. Upon any successful SRV transaction on Traveloka, they will also send you a slew of partner discount codes for you to use separately.
Pro tip: Subscribe to the Traveloka newsletter first, and use the registered email to make a booking. Then, check your email after or the “My Rewards” section on the Traveloka app to check what rewards are in store!
One such brand we’re eyeing is Shopee – a treasure trove of fashion and home and living gems. Yes, we bet most of us have purchased a couple of items off the site at least once in our lives.
For those floaters in your shopping cart, Traveloka is giving you up to $39 worth of Shopee vouchers to finally get them shipped out.
Foodies new to the Foodpanda app can also look forward to a $5 welcome voucher to offset their next home delivery. And if FairPrice is your supermarket of choice, stand to receive up to $12 in vouchers for you to bag more discounts when you shop for your weekly groceries online.
You can also get free Photobook products including canvas prints and photo mugs, as well as special discounts on goods from photo books to home decor that will make unique personalised gifts for your loved ones.
Image credit: Photobook
In this pandemic climate, Traveloka has got your back with regards to health and wellness, too. For instance, through exclusives like $13/session online GP consultations and $67/2 pax flu shots administered in the comfort of your home with Doctor Anywhere.
So, if you’re still on the fence about how to best utilise your SRV, now’s the time to make that booking!
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