We’re firmly in 2021 and already, it’s shaping up to be much better than last April (impending circuit breaker, anyone?). Here are all the new places to check out in Singapore this month — along with attractive deals for hotels, food and attractions!

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Plus, you can use your S$100 SingapoRediscover vouchers to offset most of the attractions on this list. No better reason to visit new places (or re-experience familiar ones) this April. 😉 

We’ll be updating this list regularly, so bookmark this article for more Singapore attractions and staycation deals!

Read also: Ultimate Guide to Maximise Your S$100 SingapoRediscovers Vouchers incl. Pro-tips and FAQs

Epic Attractions and Dining Experiences in Singapore

1) Circuit Tiki @RWS — Race around Singapore’s first indoor karting circuit

Gokarting - things to do in April 2021

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F1 may be cancelled but you can still fuel your need for speed at Circuit Tiki! For a limited time, the RWS East carpark will be transformed into an indoor karting circuit with karts that go up to 40km/h (for the advanced drivers). Test your agility as you manoeuvre through 23 corners!

Tickets can be purchased on-site at the ticketing counter but subjected to availability. Alternatively, secure your slots by pre-booking over email to [email protected] or by calling (62520777).

*A valid driving/motorcycle license is required only for the Advanced go karts.

Cost: From S$28 ($18 for RWS members)
Promo period: 2 Apr – 30 Jun 2021
Opening hours: 10AM – 10PM

2) Coastal PlayGrove — Singapore’s tallest outdoor playground

Coastal PlayGroove's 4 storey High Tube Slides - New Things to do in Singapore

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Newly opened on 28 Mar 2021, the Coastal PlayGrove at East Coast Park features a high tower with tube slides measuring 7.3m and 11.9m (around three and four storeys respectively).

Inside the high tower at Coastal PlayGroove - things to do in Singapore

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Within the 16m tower are stepping pods, hammocks, hoop maze, zig-zag bridge, ball step traverse, wobble link, grip wall, wave traverse and disc swings — perfect for any kid at heart.

ICYMI, this is also where the old Big Splash used to exist before it closed down in 2016.

Entrance fee: Free
Opening hours: 8AM – 8PM (Tue–Sun)

3) Uncle Ringo in Punggol till end 2021

Uncle Ringo's Carnival at Punggol — new things to do in Singapore
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It might be a while before Pasar Malams and night markets return but Uncle Ringo is back! From now till the end of 2021, Uncle Ringo will be stationed at Social Innovation Park every Thursday to Sunday.

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On top of the usual rides like the Pirate Ship, Mini Carousel, Carousel, Train Ride and Ferris Wheel, there’ll also be a Dinosaur Park featuring life-sized dinosaurs and dragons.

Cost: From S$5 for rides and games
Opening hours: 6PM – 10PM (Thu–Sun)

4) YachtCruiseSG — Cruise on a luxury yacht for S$60 (SRV Eligible)

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For S$60, live the high life for an hour and take in the sights of Marina Bay from a cruise. This luxurious tour comes with a complimentary mocktail and is fully redeemable with your SingapoRediscover Vouchers!

Cost: S$60
Promotion period: Now till 30 Jun

5) iFly Singapore — indoor skydiving from S$25 (U.P. S$89 each)

iFly

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At iFly, experience weightlessness at one of the largest wind tunnels in the world!

From now till 30th June 2021, book the Besties Fly Far package — two Teaser flights for just S$100. Since the Teaser usually costs S$89 each, you’re saving S$39 per person!

For those who want to get slightly more serious, there’s also a trial training package going at six flights for S$150 (that’s S$25 a flight)!

Promo period: Now till 30 Jun
Cost: From S$25/flight (U.P. S$89 for 1)
Opening hours: 9AM – 10PM; First flight at 10AM and last flight at 9:30PM
How to get there:
From Harbourfront MRT Station, take the Sentosa Express to Beach Station

New flyers can also try a Trial Training Package for only S$150 (U.P S$423.50). It comes with six skydives, coaching, and first-timer’s training. Nothing like starting 2021 with a new skill — especially something as cool as skydiving!

Promo period: Until further notice
Cost: S$150 per pax

6) Jurong Bird Park Annual Pass for S$39 — Includes free tram rides

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Jurong Bird Park celebrated its 50th birthday last December with a limited-time admission fee of S$2.50, and it’s since reverted back to its usual price of $35 per pax. Good news, now, for those who missed the deal last year because Jurong Bird Park’s annual membership now costs only S$39.

Friends of Bird Park can enjoy annual access to Jurong Bird Park for one year. Each membership can book up to three timeslots at any one time. Other member benefits include complimentary tram rides, 20% off dining and retail across all WRS parks, and more.

Terms and conditions apply.

Jurong Bird Park annual membership fee: S$39/adult
Opening hours: 8:30AM – 6PM, last admission at 5PM
How to get there:
 Take Bus 194 or 251 from Boon Lay Interchange

7) Star Wars Identities — nerd out at the ArtScience Museum’s limited-time exhibition

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Travel to a galaxy far, far away! The acclaimed STAR WARS™ Identities exhibition is now at the ArtScience Museum — the final stop of its 12-city world tour.

Selected Identity - Star Wars Identities

Admire 200 artefacts from the original Star Wars films, go behind-the-scenes, and design your own Star Wars character based on your appearance and personality.

Experience period: Now till 13 Jun
Entrance fee: S$25/pax (standard), S$20/pax (concession), S$80 for a family bundle (two adults and two kids 12 and below)
Opening hours: 10AM – 7PM (Sun – Thu), 10AM – 9PM (Fri – Sat)
How to get there:
 From Bayfront MRT Station, walk 7min

Read also: New Star Wars Identities Exhibition at the ArtScience Museum — Last Stop on World Tour

8) Marché Mövenpick — 50% off all food incl. the famous rösti

Dishes at Marche Movenpick - Things to do in Singapore

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Miss being in Europe? Get a taste of Switzerland at Marché Mövenpick, with 50% off your total food bill!

The deal is ongoing at Marché’s marketplace restaurants in [email protected], Suntec City, and VivoCity. Mains like pizzas, pastas, crepes, and rösti are included in the deal, with no minimum spend required.

Here’s how to redeem:
1) Follow kiasufoodies on Telegram
2) On their channel, find Marché’s ‘50% Off All Food‘ post using the search function
3) Show the post at the entrance. The staff will provide you with a unique discount card for 50% off your food bill!

Promo period: Now till 22 Apr
Promo timings: 3PM – 6PM (Mon – Thu, excluding PHs and eve of PHs)

9) Gardens by the Bay — Sakura featuring Hello Kitty

Hello Kitty Sakura exhibition at Gardens by the bay

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We can’t fly to Japan but that doesn’t mean we’ve got to miss sakura season! In March, Gardens by the Bay transformed into a Japanese wonderland, completed with our favourite kawaii kitty.

Pose for pics with Hello Kitty amidst Japanese rickshaws, spring blossoms, an outdoor tea ceremony, and other idyllic settings. You’ll also find pretty pink cherry and peach blossoms, surrounded by red-crowned cranes and torii gates.

And don’t miss the free cultural shows and workshops featuring Japanese koto and drums, flower arranging, and tea appreciation!

Experience period: Now till further notice
Entrance fee: S$12 for the Flower Dome
Opening hours: 9AM – 9PM (Last entry 8:30PM)
How to get there: From Bayfront MRT, walk 10min

10) Sing Express Travel — Experience Russia without the 11-hr flight

Moscow Russia - Singapore Deals

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Explore all things Russian right here in Singapore with the help of a true-blue Russian guide. Start your four-hour tour at a neighbourhood shop known for its unique selection of Eastern European food products.

Then, get a crash course on the local language while learning about their unique history and culture. You’ll even get to try on their traditional warrior costume!

End off the tour with a true taste of Russia — a scrumptious three-course Russian lunch 😍

Cost: S$80
Promotion period: Now till 24 Jun

11) “Let’s go Gai Gai!” tour — Discover the hidden gems of Mount Faber

Mount Faber Park Lookout Faber Walk - Singapore Deals

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Explore Mount Faber Park’s rich history and visit Madame Tussauds for S$50 — enjoy a cable car ride in between! Uncover hidden gems through this underrated park, then hop onto a cable car and for a scenic joyride into Sentosa.

Yao Ming at Madame Tussauds Singapore

From there, hang out with your favourite celebrities in real life (yes, their wax selves count). Be sure to check out all five exhibitions from your favourite Korean drama stars to the entire Avengers team — watch them come to life with the 4D Marvel Experience!

Then, wrap up your day at Toast and Curry with your complimentary S$5 meal voucher.

Cost: S$50
Promo period: Till 30 Jun 2021

12) Casuarina Curry MacPherson Road — prata-flipping workshop and all-you-can-eat for S$24

Casuarina Curry Prata Workshop

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Learn to make this supper fave at the award-winning Casuarina Curry! At their new prata-making workshop, you’ll get hands-on practice at flipping the dough, with guidance from the professional prata chef.

The workshop also includes all-you-can-eat special pratas and a teh tarik, kopi, or milo!

Promo period: Current workshop dates till 7 Apr. Check here for new dates
Cost: S$25.68 (incl. GST)
Workshop timings: 10AM – 12PM, 2PM – 4PM, and 4PM – 6PM on weekdays
How to get there:
From Mattar or Potong Pasir MRT Station, take bus 154, 61, 65, or 66, then walk 3 min to Casuarina Curry MacPherson Road

13) Singapore Cable Car — S$3 round trip tickets

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Most people get around Sentosa via the monorail, but for a more exciting experience, try riding a cable car!

Until further notice, round trip tickets on Sentosa Line (Merlion, Imbiah Lookout, Siloso Point) are at a whopping 80% off, at just S$3 per ride. Who knew the views could get even sweeter?

Promotion period: Now till further notice
Cost: S$3/adult. Promo is only available to Singaporeans, PRs, and Local Residents
Operating hours:
8:45AM – 8:30PM, last boarding 8PM
How to get there:
Take the Circle Line or North-East Line to Harbourfront, then the Sentosa Express to Sentosa.

Singapore Staycation Deals

14) Resorts World Sentosa — Multi-attraction package with tickets to USS and S.E.A Aquarium

Sentosa drone of Resorts World - Singapore on a Budget

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You’ll truly feel on vacation with Resorts World Sentosa‘s multi-attraction package! Enjoy a 3D2N stay at either Equarius Hotel or Hotel Michael, along with two tickets to both Universal Studios Singapore and S.E.A Aquarium.

This is perfect for families — after an eventful day visiting attractions, the kids have a place to crash close by. Both hotels also include daily breakfast for two!

Promotion period: Now till 31 Dec
Cost: From ~S$906.33

Read more: 12 Things to Do in Sentosa for Travel-Starved Singaporeans — Sentosa Staycation

15) Carlton Hotel Singapore — Deluxe Room for two and Popiah workshop

Carlton Hotel Singapore Deluxe Room - Singapore Deals

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At Carlton Hotel Singapore, enjoy a 2D1N stay along with a Popiah Workshop at Straits Chinese Nonya Restaurant. This workshop teaches you the ways to a perfect Popiah, and other Peranakan favourites like Ayam Curry, Rempah Udang (spicy prawn in glutinous rice) and Chendol (coconut milk dessert with palm sugar) 😋

Promotion period: Now till 30 Jun
Cost: S$280
Workshop timings: 11AM – 12:30PM, 5:30PM – 7PM
How to get there: 2min walk from Bras Basah MRT

16) Duxton Reserve — Rediscover Tanjong Pagar with bespoke tour

Duxton Reserve Hotel - Singapore Deals

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What makes a staycation fun is getting to be a tourist in your own country. And Duxton Reserve Hotel wants to help you do exactly that!

They’ve teamed up to Jane SG Tours to give guests a two-hour bespoke tour of the neighbourhood. Explore the nooks and crannies of Tanjong Pagar and see the district in a new light!

This package also comes with breakfast for two and late-check out (2PM)!

Promotion period: Now till 30 Jun
Cost: From S$240++
Tour timings: 10AM – 5:30PM
How to get there: 5min walk from Tanjong Pagar MRT

Read also: Singapore Staycation Ideas — 12 Hotels Under S$99/Pax That Are Trendy Yet Affordable

17) Hilton Singapore — Steak-cation from S$265++

Hilton hotel steakcation

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If you wanna Netflix-and-chi-fan, here’s the staycation for you! Hilton Singapore just rolled out a new staycation package a steak-cation.

Steak spread Hilton hotel steakcation

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From S$265++ per night, enjoy a stay in the Hilton and a premium steak dinner for two, with free-flow wine (u.p. S$178).

Promotion period: Now till 28 Apr
Cost: S$265++ per night
How to get there:
Take the East-West Line or North-South Line to City Hall, walk 5min

18) AMOY Hotel — Heritage Explorer package with free tours and discounted workshops

AMOY Hotel

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AMOY Hotel doesn’t just look amazing, it’s also a heritage building with rich history! And you’ll see it all on the Heritage Explorer package, with complimentary private tours.

The Fuk Tak Chi Museum Private Tour gives you an exclusive look at Singapore’s oldest Chinese temple, where Chinatown’s earliest immigrants used to pray. And take a Mural Walk, where you’ll learn the stories behind Chinatown’s colourful murals.

For an even more unique staycation, learn old-school brewing techniques at a Traditional Coffee Workshop or a Tea Appreciation Workshop, both at 10% off!

Promotion period: Now till 30 Jun
Cost: ~S$224++ per night
How to get there:
5min walk from Chinatown MRT Station

19) YOTEL Singapore Orchard Road — robot-themed staycation from S$200/night

YOTEL Singapore Orchard Road

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YOTEL is famous for its high-tech, cabin-like rooms, and they’re ramping it up with their new Robo-cation.

For a minimum two-night stay, you’ll get free daily breakfast, a pair of robot toy gifts, a $40 F&B voucher, a special souvenir photo, and late check-out till 4pm. What’s more, you can get your food and drinks delivered to your cabin by a robot!

Promotion period: Now till further notice
Cost: From S$200/night (minimum two-night stay)
How to get there: 6min walk from Orchard MRT Station

20) Spend S$50 SRV on a Klook staycation for S$50 off your next hotel booking

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Spend at least S$50 of your SingapoRediscovers Vouchers on Klook‘s staycation packages and receive S$50 Klook credits for future hotel bookings.

Choose from over 50 staycation packages, from the cosy Lloyd’s Inn to the historic Goodwood Park Hotel. Klook staycation packages also offer added benefits, like spa and F&B dining credits!

Promotion period: Now till further notice

Read also: Singapore Staycation 2021 — 16 Underrated Hotels to Spend Your S$100 SingapoRediscovers Vouchers

21) The Warehouse Hotel — from S$385 incl. complimentary cocktails and dining credits

The Warehouse Hotel Lobby - Singapore Staycation Deals 2020

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The Warehouse Hotel is a historic 37-room boutique hotel located along the Singapore River. Built in 1895, this hotel retains the essence of a traditional warehouse, but with a modern, classy touch.

The Warehouse Hotel Warehouse Loft - SG Staycation Deals 2020

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Klook is offering a one-night stay at the Warehouse Loft, inclusive of breakfast and S$50 dining credits for S$385 (U.P. S$545). The loft features warm, earthy tones with high ceilings and a skylight.

Promotion period: Now till further notice
Cost: From S$385/night
How to get there:
Take the North-East Line to Chinatown or Downtown Line to Fort Canning, walk 14min from either

22) Hotel G — S$50 dining credits and free champagne for S$170

Hotel G Good Room - SG Staycation Deals 2020

The Good Room. Photo credit: Hotel G Facebook Page

This staycation deal is almost too good to be true! The hipster boutique Hotel G has special SRV promos from just S$170/night (U.P. S$590). The Great G package gets you a one night stay in the King-bedded Great Room, S$50 dining credits at the snazzy Ginett Restaurant & Wine Bar, late check-out at 2PM, and a complimentary bottle of Champagne.

This Klook-exclusive package will also grant you S$50 off a future hotel booking on Klook!

Ginett Restaurant - Singapore deals

Photo credit: Hotel G

Promotion period: Now till further notice
Cost: From S$120/night
How to get there:
Take the Downtown Line to Rochor, walk 4mins

Looking for new things to do in Singapore?

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Exploring doesn’t always have to be overseas. Whether it’s sailing to offshore islands like Pulau Ubin or stepping out of your comfort zone for epic experiences, there’ll always be parts of our little island to (re)discover!

In the meantime, stay inspired by binging on travel books and shows, enjoying awesome virtual tours and picking up Lightroom skills to give your travel photos new life!

Still bored? Here are more new stuff to check out in Singapore:

– New places to eat: 12 Unique Restaurants in Singapore Even Non-Foodies Will Find Impressive
– New Staycations to book: 16 Underrated Hotels to Spend Your S$100 SingapoRediscovers Vouchers
– New things to do: 15 Things to Do in Singapore for Outdoor-Loving Singaporeans

What are your favourite things to do in Singapore? Share with us in the comments!


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