Everything you need to know about the SingapoRediscovers vouchers!
After much anticipation, our SingapoRediscovers vouchers (SRV) are finally here. But now what? Here’s how to maximise your vouchers to get the most bang for your buck!
Already familiar with the basics? Skip to our recommendations on the most value-for-money SRV experiences.
How to redeem your SingapoRediscovers vouchers
There are two ways to redeem — online and offline. To avoid long queues, we recommend online redemption. Help out your less digitally-savvy friends/family/neighbours too!
1) Have your SingPass account ready. If you don’t have one yet, register here.
2) Look through any of STB’s authorised booking partners.
Currently, there are five: Klook, Trip.com, Traveloka, GlobalTix, and Changi Recommends. Eligible activities and experiences feature the SingapoRediscovers logo.
3) At the checkout page, click on the “Use SingapoRediscovers Vouchers” button.
4) Log in to your SingPass, and select the number of vouchers you want to use.
The $100 comes in 10 x $10 vouchers, which you can use all at once or to partially offset a few activities. If you’re purchasing child/youth tickets, provide their details on the site.
5) Generate a promo code for your vouchers on SingPass.
Copy and paste the code into your checkout page. Then pay the outstanding amount, if any.
6) Confirm your purchase within 10 minutes and enjoy.
Any unclaimed $10 vouchers will return to your account after 10 minutes.
Remember to mask up and follow safe distancing measures as you explore!
1) Bring your NRIC and mobile device.
2) Redeem at one of these community centres:
Bukit Batok, Bukit Panjang, Changi Simei, Choa Chu Kang, Gek Poh Ville, Kaki Bukit, Kim Seng, Pasir Ris East, Rivervale, Tampines East, Tampines West, Tiong Bahru, Toa Payoh West, Ulu Pandan, Whampoa, and Zhenghua.
P.S. No need to rush to redeem, as the vouchers are valid till 30 June 2021!
What can your SingapoRediscovers vouchers redeem?
The SingapoRediscovers vouchers can be used on hotels, attractions, and tours.
Check out the full STB-approved list below:
There’s a lot to choose from, so we’ve shortlisted some of the best staycations and experiences below. Perfect chance to try something you’ve never done in Singapore!
Got more burning questions? Click here for SingapoRediscovers vouchers FAQs.
Best Staycations to Book
For the foodie: Andaz Singapore
Photo credit: Andaz Singapore
At the Andaz Singapore, you’ll get great food and a staycay! This exclusive package comes with S$100 F&B dining credits, complimentary in-room minibar, breakfast for two, and complimentary all-day refreshments at the Sunroom on Level 25.
Photo credit: @andazsingapore via Instagram
You can use your dining credits at Andaz Singapore’s Alley on 25, an acclaimed multi-cuisine restaurant. Pick from their wide selection of mains, including a Black Angus Beef Burger (S$22), a Vegan Bowl with Impossible™ meat (S$20), and Wok-fried Tiger Prawns (S$25). Alley on 25 also offers fantastic rooftop views of Bugis, City Hall, and the CBD.
And of course, you can just head back to your comfy room when the food coma hits!
SRV used: S$100
Cost (after using SRV): From ~S$200/night (worth S$455)
How to get there: 2min walk from Bugis MRT Station
For a spa-cation: Grand Hyatt Singapore
Photo credit: Grand Hyatt Singapore
@grandhyattsing via Instagram
Stretch your dollar with the Grand Hyatt F&B & Spa staycation package! It comes with one-night accommodation, breakfast for two, a three-course set lunch for two at the famous mezza9, and S$50 spa credits. Plus, you’ll get another 20% off F&B and room service. Perfect for staying in all day!
If you do decide to head out, you’ll get to enjoy Orchard Road’s fantastic entertainment and shopping.
SRV used: S$100
Cost (after using SRV): ~S$240/night (worth S$588.5)
How to get there: 9min walk from Orchard MRT Station
For an idyllic escape: Lloyd’s Inn
Photo credit: Lloyd’s Inn
This boutique hotel is great for those who need a break from city life. Lloyd’s Inn gives off strong Bali villa vibes, with minimalist decor, natural light, and lush greenery. The hotel is tucked in a quiet neighbourhood, just a short walk away from vibrant Somerset.
Photo credit: @paprem via Instagram
Relive those relaxing resort brunches, get a suntan at the dipping pool, and enjoy a drink at the open-air roof terrace at night. You’ll forget you’re still in Singapore!
SRV used: S$100
Cost (after using SRV): From ~S$89/night (worth S$274)
How to get there: 6min walk from Somerset MRT Station
For novelty-seekers: The Warehouse Hotel
Photo credit: The Warehouse Hotel
Today, it’s been transformed into a chic boutique, though the original vintage architecture remains. Its location is also fantastic — along the Singapore River, just a short walk from Robertson Quay’s hip bars and cafes.
Photo credit: @anna_weylandt via Instagram
SRV used: S$100
Cost (after using SRV): From ~S$285/night (worth S$601.5)
How to get there: 10min walk from Fort Canning MRT Station
Best attractions to book
For thrill-seekers: HydroDash Singapore
At least one good thing happened in 2020 — the opening of HydroDash, Singapore’s very first aqua park! This inflatable obstacle course may look like child’s play, but it’s a real workout.
There are two zones — one for kids and one for those aged nine and above. The zones are filled with slides, ‘monkey bars’, climbing mounds, and balancing platforms.
Even brisk walking is a challenge though! Be prepared to slip, slide, and of course, laugh hysterically on this floating playground.
SRV used: S$20
Cost (after using SRV): Free (worth S$20)
Opening hours: 12PM – 6PM (Mon – Fri), 10AM – 7PM (Sat – Sun, public and school holidays)
How to get there: From Beach Station, take the Beach Tram towards Tanjong Beach, and alight at the Southernmost Point stop. It’s a 2min walk to Hydrodash
For a healthy tan: Ola Beach Club
Sentosa’s Ola Beach Club is the perfect place to get a good dose of vitamin D!
Pick from saltwater adventures like Stand Up Paddleboarding (SUP) and kayaking. If you’re a beginner, paddle within the calm waters close to shore. More experienced (or daring) beach bums can venture out for bigger waves!
For the holiday season: Snow City
Photo credit: Snow City
If you can’t wait to get festive this December, take a trip to Snow City. After all, nothing screams ‘Christmas’ like a winter wonderland, even in sunny Singapore!
While you can simply play in the snow, upgrade your experience with exciting activities! For just ~S$4 more, train your precision with winter target shooting.
Photo credit: Snow City Singapore Facebook Page
If you’re visiting in a group, add on a close quarter battle. It’s basically a mix between a traditional snowball fight and a paintball session. Chase your opponents around the battlefield and try to cover your tracks in the snow!
SRV used: S$10
Cost (after using SRV): From ~S$6 for the target shooting and snow play package (worth ~S$19)
Opening hours: 10AM – 5PM (Tue – Fri), 10AM – 6PM (Sat-Sun, public and school holidays). Closed on Mon except for public and school holidays
How to get there: From Jurong East MRT Station, take bus 335 or 66 and alight at the Snow City stop
For families with young kids: AIRZONE and Nestopia
Photo credit: Airzone Facebook Page
If you have little ones, spend your SingapoRediscovers vouchers on some quality time!
Located in City Square Mall, AIRZONE is great for both adventurous kids and adults. This elevated playground has bouncy nets, an ‘inflatable soccer’ play area, a 3D maze, and the world’s first suspended ball pit!
SRV used: S$20
Cost (after using SRV): From ~S$1.25 (worth ~S$25). From ~S$20 for additional child/youth tickets with SRV subsidy
Opening hours: Eight sessions per day, with first session at 11.40AM and last session at 7:50PM. Each session lasts 50 minutes
How to get there: 3min walk from Farrer Park MRT Station
Photo credit: Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts
Rather be closer to the ground? Then head to Nestopia at Siloso Beach!
This outdoor play space has 17 areas filled with obstacle courses, floating nets, and slides. Plus, the kids will get a free FROZT ice pop when you book through Klook — super shiok after a fun-filled day!
SRV used: S$10
Cost (after using SRV): Free (worth ~S$13). From ~S$9 for additional child/youth tickets with SRV subsidy
Opening hours: 11AM – 6:15PM (Wed – Fri), 10AM – 8PM (Sat – Sun, public and school holidays)
How to get there: From Harbourfront MRT Station, take the Sentosa Express to Beach Station. Then, take the Beach Tram and alight at Siloso Point. Walk 1min to Nestopia
Best experiences to book
For adventure-seekers: Chinatown Murders Game Tour
Photo credit: @parkonking via Instagram
Craving some excitement? Play detective for a day with this Chinatown Murders experience. It’s a combination of a game, tour, and theatre performance!
Roam through Chinatown’s streets, solving puzzles to help you nab a wanted serial killer. Along the way, interview quirky characters like Raj the moneylender, shopowner Ah Kee, and Auntie Geok, a Samsui woman.
It’s most fun when played in groups of two to five people, so start rounding up your buds now!
SRV used: S$50
Cost (after using SRV): Free (worth S$50)
Tour timings: 10AM – 12PM (Fri – Sun)
Meeting point: Chinatown MRT Exit C, on the Level 2 Garden Bridge
For sightseeing: Vespa Sidecar Heritage or Trishaw Uncle Tours
Here’s a whole new way to see Singapore — from the pillion seat of a vintage Vespa! These Singapore Vespa Sidecar Heritage Tours will bring you through Singapore’s colourful cultural spots. Admire Peranakan architecture in Joo Chiat, cruise through Tiong Bahru’s artsy alleys, or see the pretty lanterns in Chinatown. One thing’s for sure — the Vespa looks picture-perfect anywhere.
Or for something more traditional, hop on a Trishaw Uncle Guided Tour. You’ll be ferried on an old-school rickshaw by a true-blue trishaw uncle. As you travel through the Little India, Kampong Glam, Chinatown, or Singapore River districts, he’ll share stories and anecdotes about Singapore’s past. Don’t forget to bring your camera for photos!
Trishaw Uncle Guided Tour
SRV used: S$40 – S$70
Cost (after using SRV): Free for two pax (worth S$40 – S$70)
Tour timings: From 11AM – 9PM (last tour departs at 8PM). Tours are ~45min
Meeting point: Varies according to tour
For Instagrammers: Photowalk Guided Tour in Tiong Bahru
As you wander through Tiong Bahru, you’ll learn where to find unique street art, eye-catching architecture, and nostalgic photo spots.
Plus, you’ll get insider tips on taking great photos. After months of no travelling, this is just what you need to spice up your ‘gram.
Your ticket also includes perks like 1-1 drinks and dining discounts at Furama Riverfront Hotel, where the tour ends!
SRV used: S$50
Cost (after using SRV): Free (worth S$50)
Tour timings: 9AM – 11AM (Sat)
Meeting point: Tiong Bahru Market, near the escalator on Level 1. It’s an 8min walk from Tiong Bahru MRT Station, Exit B
For stories of the past: Kampong Lorong Buangkok Experience
Photo credit: @stsanto via Instagram
While overseas travel is off the cards, we can still travel back in time! The Kampong Lorong Buangkok Experience brings you to the last village in Singapore.
In fact, the kampong hardly feels like Singapore — after all, we’re so used to seeing HDBs and skyscrapers! With all its nature and village houses, coming here is a literal breath of fresh air.
While you can visit the kampong on your own, you’ll get the best experience on a tour. Hear stories about daily village life, and find out why this little kampong still exists in ultra-modern Singapore.
Pro-tips for the best deals with the SingapoRediscover Vouchers
1) Choose hotels, attractions, and tours which are already discounted
You can book SRV activities from many different websites, so it’s wise to find the best-valued package before you book.
For example, dinner and a night’s stay at The Warehouse Hotel would cost ~S$601.5. However, if you book through Klook, their exclusive package costs only ~S$385/night (before SRV). That’s over S$200 in savings — even more than the SRV itself!
Also look out for perks that offer even bigger savings. For example, you’ll receive a S$50 hotel rebate voucher when you spend at least S$50 SRV on Klook hotels!
P.S.: Look out for more exciting activities exclusive to Klook!
2) Purchase subsidised child/youth tickets before fully redeeming your SRV
If you have family members under 18, you can redeem $10 for up to six child/youth tickets! But take note — you’ll only be able to redeem the subsidy if you have at least $10 left in your SingapoRediscovers Vouchers balance.
So remember to purchase those tickets before clearing out your own account!
3) Don’t waste unused value from your SRV
Any unused value from your SRV won’t be refunded.
So, if you pay for a $12 booking with $20 (2 x $10) vouchers, the remaining $8 will be forfeited. A smarter option: Use just one S$10 voucher and top up the remaining S$2. Save the rest of your SRV for something else!
4) Don’t rush to redeem your vouchers
Yes, we’re all super excited to explore. However, there’s no rush to redeem your SRV this year, since they only expire in June 2021!
Most people will be booking activities in December (because it’s school holidays, and also cause kanchiong). Since it’s peak season, hotel rates are bound to be more expensive too.
To save money, spend your SRV in 2021! Look out for weekday and off-peak deals for extra savings.
And of course, visiting during off-peak periods is a safer option too. Always remember to social distance and avoid crowding as much as possible!
FAQs about the SingapoRediscovers vouchers
1) Who is eligible for the vouchers?
All Singapore Citizens aged 18 and above in 2020 will receive the vouchers.
Adults can also buy up to six child/youth subsidised tickets for family members under 18.
2) When can I use the vouchers?
The vouchers can be redeemed anytime between 1 Dec 2020 to 30 Jun 2021.
So no need to panic if your dream hotel is fully booked in 2020! On Klook, look out for the red banner over each activity to confirm the eligibility of the SingapoRediscover Vouchers.
3) Can I use the vouchers for dining experiences?
Yes and no. While the vouchers are not eligible for F&B, some of the STB-approved packages include dining credits.
4) Can I redeem the vouchers on behalf of others?
No, as the SingapoRediscovers Vouchers may only be redeemed via SingPass and are meant for personal use.
However, you can help others sign up for SingPass, and assist them through the online redemption process.
5) Can I combine my vouchers with someone else’s?
No. The vouchers cannot be combined with anyone else’s to buy the same product. Both of you need to purchase separately!
Maximise your S$100 SingapoRediscovers voucher
Photo credit: Gardens by the Bay
And there you have it! Share these tips with your loved ones, and help them redeem their SRV. As you now know, it’s easy peasy.
The vouchers are valid all the way till 30 June 2021 so start planning your adventures! On Klook, you can find 100 hotels (out of the 178 STB-approved hotels), 39 attractions, and more than 70 unique tours that are eligible for the SingapoRediscovers vouchers.
And of course, don’t forget why we’re getting these vouchers in the first place. It’s been an exceptionally rough year for our tourist businesses, and they really need our support.
So instead of blowing all your SRV on one experience, take the chance to try many things — from hotels to unique attractions and tours. This way, you can support multiple local businesses, while also having lots of fun.
Here’s to rediscovering Singapore!
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