A handy list of deals and new attractions to check out in Singapore this November 2021!

November is a good month for Singaporeans. Besides the opening of Vaccinated Travel Lanes (VTL) to twelve destinations by November, there’re also many new things to do for those who are choosing to spend their year-ends in Singapore!

While we saw a lot of Halloween events last month, we’re expecting less spooky activities this month. From kid-friendly activities to unique staycation, here are some things to check out in Singapore this November.

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Also, just another friendly reminder to utilise your S$100 SingapoRediscover vouchers to offset most of the attractions before they expire on 31 December 2021. 😉

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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) [NEW!] KAWS:HOLIDAY SINGAPORE Colossal Display at The Float @ Marina Bay

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Having toured Seoul, Taipei, Hong Kong, Japan, Outer Space, and the United Kingdom, this colossal inflatable artwork will be making its seventh stop here in Singapore from 14 to 21 November 2021.

KAWS:HOLIDAY will be on display at The Float @ Marina Bay, making it the last grand event for the floating platform before it closes for redevelopment.

To commemorate the event, a series of limited-edition KAWS:HOLIDAY SINGAPORE collectibles will be available on the DDT store from 13 November 2021.

Event period: 14 – 21 Nov 2021
Location: The Float @ Marina Bay

2) [NEW!] ArtScience Museum Virtual Realms — 50% off weekdays till 18 Nov

Virtual Realms ArtScience Museum - Deals and Attractions in Singapore November 2021

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Just when sci-fi fans are thanking the ArtScience Museum for STAR WARS™ Identities, they decide to bestow upon us another really cool exhibition. This time, Virtual Realms: Videogames Transformed takes visitors into the futuristic realm of video games.

This exhibition puts a unique twist on contemporary art. Combining the works of six of the world’s best video game developers with leading media design studios, there are six distinctive themes to explore, such as NARRATIVE which features a 360-degree projection of the gorgeous Mediterranean island from RiME.

ArtScience Museum is currently running a weekday promotion with tickets going for S$9.50/adult (U.P. S$16) from Mondays to Thursdays. This promo is available to both Virtual Realms and Orchestral Manoeuvres. You can also get bundle tickets to Virtual Realms, Orchestral Maneuvers and Future World for S$35/adult (U.P. $40).

Admission: S$16/pax (SRV eligible)
Opening hours: 10AM – 7PM (Last entry 6PM)

3) [NEW!] New Choa Chu Kang Library is an Indoor Garden — Extended Hours Service Available

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The newly revamped Choa Chu Kang public library is a peek at how libraries in Singapore will look like in the future. Themed, (Re)connect With Nature, Choa Chu Kang Library is built around the concept of sustainability and has an indoor garden. Its overall design is inspired by the nearby farming industries in Choa Chu Kang, Lim Chu Kang and Kranji. 

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Another key highlight of the new library is the hydroponics room, where plants are grown in a controlled environment. Library users who wish to continue reading or working in the library beyond regular operating hours can now also do so at the Study and Multimedia Zone. 

Opening hours: 11AM – 9PM
(Extended hours for Reading, and Study and Multimedia Zones: 9AM – 10PM)
Location: Lot One Shoppers’ Mall, Level 4

4) [NEW!] Lee Kong Chian Museum New Parasite Exhibit 

Parasite exhibition Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum - November things to do in Singapore

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One of the most underrated museums in Singapore, Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum has launched a new temporary exhibition — Body Snatchers: Nature’s Zombies and Vampires.

The exhibition explores the terrifying world of parasites while educating museum-goers about parasites and how they actually play a part in the ecosystem.

Some of the parasites on display include tapeworms and cymothoid crustaceans, the latter is a parasite found in fishes that fully replaces its host’s tongue. 😱 

The Body Snatchers exhibition is expected to run until the end of October 2022.

Cost: S$16/adult
Opening hours: 10AM – 6PM (Tue–Sun)
Location: National University of Singapore, 2 Conservatory Drive, Singapore 117377

5) Experience Disneyland in Suntec Pop-Up Disney! A Mickey Celebration in Singapore

Pop-Up Disney! Mickey Collection - Oct 2021 deals and Attractions Singapore

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Disney fans need not wait long before their next Disneyland experience. Come November, Pop-Up Disney! A Mickey Celebration pop-up store will make its way to Suntec City, lasting four months.

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Book your tickets in advance to Pop-Up Disney! A Mickey Celebration now.

Exhibition period: 19 Nov 2021 – 20 March 2022
Cost: S$25/adult
Opening hours: 11AM – 9PM

6) Haw Par Villa Hell’s Museum reopens 28 October

Haw Par Villa Reopening - Things to do in Singapore

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Formerly known as the Tiger Balm Garden, Haw Par Villa is the last Asian cultural park in the world — home to over 1,000 statues and 150 dioramas! Visitors can look forward to freshly painted exhibits, a new projection mapping feature wall at the main entrance and enhanced lighting at night.

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What’s more, the famous 10 Courts of Hell will be revamped into the air-conditioned Hell’s Museum, opening on 28 October.

Entrance fee of Hell’s Museum: S$18/adult. Admission to Haw Par Villa is free
Opening hours:
– Haw Par Villa park: 9AM – 12AM (Last entry 11:30PM)
– Hell’s Museum: 10AM – 8PM (Last entry 7PM)

7) Fun Waterbike Activity at Pasir Ris Park

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There’s a new water sport in Singapore, suitable for (almost) all ages! Waterbiking is exactly what its name suggests — cycling on… well, water. This floatation device can go up to 15km/h in speed and is relatively safe as riders are built to float and remain stable on water. Don’t worry if balance your forte as they’re hard to capsize!

Waterbike Pasir Ris Park - Oct 2021 deals and Attractions Singapore

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Currently only available at Pasir Ris Park, waterbiking is definitely a fun and chill alternative to exploring the “outskirts” of Singapore.

Bookings must be made in advance via Waterbike SG’s website.

Address: Campsite 1, Pasir Ris Park. 159T Jln. Loyang Besar, Singapore 506927
Cost: from S$30/hr

8) View Virtual Art at Your House Downstairs — HDB Void Decks turned into Art Galleries

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National Gallery is bringing art closer to the people by going into the heartlands. The People’s Gallery transforms HDB void decks around Singapore into contemporary “art galleries” so you can view artworks by Singaporean and Southeast Asian artists. The catch, however, is that the art pieces aren’t physically displayed, but can be seen through augmented reality (AR). Just use your phones to scan the QR codes on the pillars at the void decks. 

The People’s Gallery can be found in the following heartlands — Pasir Ris, Punggol, Yishun, Jurong, Toa Payoh, and Marine Parade.

Exhibition period: Until 30 Nov 2021
Locations: Various HDB void decks around Singapore

9) Make Your Own Couple or Friendship Rings — 10% off when you sign up in 2 pax

Making your own fine jewellery from scratch is definitely a one-of-a-kind experience. Originating from Tokyo, KOBO Jewellery is bringing its Japanese fine jewellery-making workshop to Singapore.

Kobo Jewellery ring making workshop - October 2021 Deals and attractions in Singapore

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For just S$100, you’ll get to create your own 925 Silver ring with tools and materials all imported from Japan. 

These handcrafted silver rings also make the perfect matching accessories for couples or besties who are looking for a memorable and meaningful experience together. 

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Instructors will guide you through the ring-making process from engraving of words to annealing, soldering, and polishing of the silver bar. You’ll get to keep the completed ring after the two-hour workshop. Head over to KOBO Jewellery’s website for more information on their other classes, such as wedding band class and pendant making class.

Cost: S$100/ring (additional 10% off with promo code <TTI10> when you book in groups of two)
Address: 12 Taiseng link, #04-01B (unit 12), Singapore 534233 (5min walk from Taiseng MRT)

10) Garfield Virtual Run — Challenge Yourself to a 21km Fun Run at Your Own Fun Pace

Garfield Virtual Fun Run - Oct 2021 deals and Attractions Singapore

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Let’s be real, not everyone is built to be a runner. Some can run 2.4km in under seven minutes while some can only run 70 metres in 2.4mins. For those who aren’t as athletic but would still like to challenge themselves to a sporting event, here’s a fun run to take part in and guarantee yourself at least a silver medal.

The Garfield Virtual Run is happening from 1 November to 31 January 2022, and participants can clock the distance of the race on their own leisure speed and time. There are two categories of the fun run, 5km and 21km. Finishers of the races will be given a silver and gold medal respectively.

Cost: from S$24.90 for 5km, S$34.90 for 21km
Race period: 1 Nov – 31 Jan 2022

11) Experience Magical Mongolia in Singapore – 2D1N Outdoor Yurt Expedition

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We’ve explored abandoned underground tunnels and survived overnight camping at Pulau Ubin with the Beyond Expeditions team, and now they’re bringing yet another out-of-the-norm experience to travel-starved Singaporeans.

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Experience Magical Mongolia: First In Singapore 2D1N Yurt Getaway is unlike any typical outdoor camping. Think of it as a wilderness survivor camp — you’ll learn basic woodcutting and fire-making skills in the outdoors, nomadic style. And your accommodation is also not some flimsy portable tent but a traditional Mongolian yurt that lets participants fully immerse themselves in the Mongolian nomadic life and culture.

Cost: From S$450/pax
Location: Ground Up Initiative Park, 91 Lorong Chencharu (enter via ORTO), Singapore 769201

12) Sentosa Islander Membership is now free + Free island admission

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Christmas came early for frequent visitors of Sentosa. If you’re not already a Sentosa Islander member, now’s the time to sign up because membership is currently free for all!

The Islander membership used to cost S$25 per year, but it’s now free for all to apply and still comes with the same exclusive member perks as before.

The perks for Islander members include:
– Complimentary 2-hour parking at Beach Station (Limited to first 500 members)
– Priority access to all beaches Members’ Day
– Promotions Birthday Treats Year-long discounts at Sentosa participating outlets
– Unlimited complimentary Island Admissions via the Sentosa Express & Gantry

Sign up for your free Sentosa Islander membership online.

Sentosa is also offering free admission via the Sentosa Express and driving in from now till 31 March 2022. Grab users can also enjoy S$4 off a Grab ride with promo code <SentosaFun> from now till 31 Dec 2021.

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

13) Museum of Ice Cream – Instagrammable exhibitions with unlimited ice cream

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Notice your social media feed looking extra pink lately? That’s because the Museum of Ice Cream (MOIC) is here in Singapore! 

Hailing from New York, this museum boasts 14 multi-sensory exhibitions — from a massive sprinkle pool to a retro American diner.

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Adding a touch of local flair, they’ve included a unicorn playground, inspired by our iconic dragon playground in Toa Payoh. But the best part of MOIC has got to be the unlimited ice cream — with unique flavours like Apple Pie Soft Serve and Pulut Hitam.

*Pro-tip: Go in groups of four or more to save $4 off each ticket!

Cost: From S$38/pax (excluding S$4 ticketing fee)
Opening hours: 10AM – 10:30PM (Wed – Sun). Closed on Mon – Tue

14) KF1 @ EXPO – Biggest go kart circuit in Singapore

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Adrenaline junkies, you’re in for a treat because there is a new go-kart arena for you to check out this September! Head over to KF1 @ EXPO where you’ll take on 16 corners over a 750m-long track — the biggest go-kart circuit in Singapore.

Choose between a novice go-kart, which will allow you to go up to 28kph, or an advanced go-kart, where you can go up to 50kph. However, a driver’s license is required for the latter.

Cost: From S$28/pax
Opening hours: Mon – Fri (12PM – 9PM), Sat – Sun & PH (10AM – 9PM). Last entry at 8:30PM. Closed on Wed

15) Slurping Good – Singapore’s first instant noodle themed playground

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Get ready for a Slurping Good time because Singapore’s first instant noodle-themed playground is here! This event by Invade has 13 instaworthy installations — from a noodle slide to colourful murals.

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The playground can be found at Tekka Place, from 24 Sept 2021 to 30 Jan 2022. And if being surrounded by all that instant noodles makes you hungry, pop by the newly opened Eatbox to fill your stomach.

Entrance fee: S$21/pax
Opening hours: 10AM – 10PM (Last entry 9:30PM)

16) The Karting Arena – A 700m-long track and petroleum karts

The Karting Arena circuit

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The Karting Arena has a new 700-metre-long track at Jurong. Put your skills to the test with Fun Karting — race in laps and set your personal best in 10 minutes. Or if you prefer to challenge your friends and family, have a go at the Grand Prix and race for a place on the podium!

Cost: From S$25/pax for Fun Karting and S$140/pax for Grand Prix
Opening hours: 1PM – 9PM on Tue – Fri. 9AM – 9PM on Sat – Sun. Closed on Mon

17) Oh! Jalan Besar – A guided art walk around Jalan Besar

Guided art walk with Oh! Open House

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Take a guided art walk, by Oh! Open House, through Jalan Besar to uncover some hidden gems. Scattered around the area are the artworks of four artists — showcasing the different communities that reside there.

Cost: S$25/pax
Opening hours: 10AM – 5PM (Weekends of Sept and Oct 2021). Last tour at 3:30PM

18) iFly Singapore – 10% off with a minimum purchase of two First Timer packages

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If you miss the thrills of skydiving (or have yet to try), have a go at defying gravity with iFly Singapore’s First Timer Challenge Package. MasterCard users, save 10% off your flight when you bring a friend along.

Each package comes with two flights, so be prepared for some heart-pumping action!

Cost: From S$69/pax
Promotion period: Until 31 Dec 2021
Opening hours:
12PM – 9PM on Mon – Fri (first flight at 1PM and last flight at 8:30PM). 9AM – 9PM on Sat – Sun & PH (first flight at 10AM and last flight at 8:30PM)

19) Jurassic World Run — Half marathon with virtual dinosaurs

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If the Jurassic Park/World film franchise has taught us anything, it’s that life finds a way — and it’s totally possible to outrun a dinosaur in heels. But we suggest wearing comfortable shoes when you’re escaping from virtual dinosaurs in the Jurassic World Run.

You can choose from three distances of 5km, 10km and 21km in this augmented reality virtual run and complete it anywhere and anytime before the end of September. Track your progress and enjoy the AR features during the run by downloading the MOVE app available on the App Store and Google Play Store.

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Fees start from S$35/pax and finishers across all categories will be entitled to an exclusive t-shirt as well as a personalised e-certificate. Run the full 10km or 21km and you’ll also get shiny medals of three different designs — delivered to you after the race.

Registration is now open to all and you can opt to participate individually, as parent and child or with a team of two.

Cost: From S$35/pax
Race period: 26 July 2021 – 30 Nov 2021 (Registration closes on 29 Nov 2021)

20) Adventure Cove — Free gifts with every one-day ticket purchase

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After a year of closure, Adventure Cove has finally reopened — and with great deals to boot! For the rest of 2021, a dated one-day ticket purchased via Mastercard gets you a snack voucher, exclusive gift and a S$5 retail voucher to spend in the park.

Zip down the thrilling water slides like the Riptide Rocket and Spiral Washout, float along the Adventure River or go snorkelling with tropical fish at Rainbow Reef!

Available till: 31 Dec 2021
Entrance fee: S$32/pax
Opening hours: 10AM – 5PM (Sat – Sun). Open on selected weekdays, check the park schedule before visiting

21) New World’s End audio walk — Travel back in time to Jalan Besar of the 1960s

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We’ve been rediscovering Singapore the past year but have you imagined how exploring Singapore in the 1960s would be like? New World’s End is unlike any other audio walking tour you’ve experienced. This multi-sensory experience will bring you on a trip to the iconic New World Amusement Park that existed in the 60s, right on the streets of Jalan Besar.

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With the use of multimedia and on-site spatial design, the forgotten streets of Jalan Besar come to life through a love story that revolves around two fictitious characters – Kiran, a cinema projectionist, and Rosa, a dance hostess at the New World Cabaret. The clever and seamless banding of history and fiction with real-life spaces creates a trippy yet fascinating experience for participants on the night walk.

New World’s End will be available every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 2 July 2021 onwards — get your tickets early as this will likely run full real quick!

Cost: S$35/pax (limited slots every day!)
Address: 85 Desker Road (parking available by the road); 6mins walk from Jalan Besar MRT Station
Timing: 4PM – 1AM
Duration: ~1-2 hours

22) Step into Da Vinci’s World at Science Centre Singapore — The largest collection in S.E.A

Replica of Mona Lisa painting at Science Centre Singapore Da Vinci the Exhibition - Singapore deals and attractions June 2021

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A new exhibition showcasing Leonardo Da Vinci’s inventions, discoveries, and art has been launched at the Science Centre Singapore. Titled Da Vinci, The Exhibition, it is the largest Da Vinci collection in Southeast Asia so far.

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The touring exhibition features collections of life-size replicas and reproductions of Da Vinci’s most famed discoveries and art, such as the “Vitruvian Man”, Mona Lisa, Last Supper, his study of flight, civil engineering and so across ten different exhibition zones.

Morning admission to Da Vinci, The Exhibition is from 10AM to 1PM, while afternoon admission is from 2PM to 5PM.

Entrance fee: S$18/pax (Da Vinci the Exhibition only), S$19.90 (bundled ticket for Science Centre Singapore + Da Vinci the Exhibition) 
Exhibition period: 18 Jun 2021 to 2 Jan 2022
Opening hours: 10AM – 1PM, 2PM – 5PM on Tue–Sun. Closed on Mon.

23) Gudetama Eggs-ercise Journey Has cute perks including a bacon sports towel

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Working (and snacking) from home is all fun until we get a big fat reality check from our weighing scales. For those who have been keeping your fitness in check throughout the pandemic, good for you. And for those who traded your virtual workout sessions for another episode of Bridgerton on Netflix, here’s an activity that may help get your exercise gears running — with cute perks included!

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Come November, there will be a month-long Gudemtama-themed virtual lazy walk for participants to hit their own personal goals of 3, 10, 20, or 50km of run or walk in their own time. Registration for the Gudetama Eggs-ercise Journey is now open for all, regardless of fitness!

Registration is S$39.90/pax and participants will receive a goodie bag with Dri-fit sports t-shirt, Gudetama sticker set, a bacon sports towel, a drawstring bag and a finisher medal after completion of the race.

Cost: S$39.90/pax
Race period: 1 – 30 Nov 2021 (Updated as of 1 Oct 2021)

24) Otah & Friends two brand new volumes Enjoy 20% off when you visit in groups of five

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Otah & Friends is a story-based attraction inspired by the wildlife in Singapore. Earlier this year, Gardens by the Bay hosted the Otah & Friends Volume 1: Hide-And-Seek pop-up that ran till April 2020. If you missed it, or are looking out for more interactive activities for the kids this June holidays, there are two more brand new volumes to look forward to this year!

In the two new volumes, not only has the otter-verse expanded with new characters but also new immersive game experiences that will keep the young (and young-at-heart) ones entertained.

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Tickets are available at $24 per person, while groups of five will enjoy a special rate of $19 per person.

Otah & Friends Vol 2: Blast off Gardens by the Bay
Otah & Friends Vol 3: Grocery Run Suntec City

Entrance fee: S$24/pax (S$19 per pax if you visit in groups of five)
Event dates: Now till 3 January 2022
Opening hours: 9AM – 9PM

Read also: 5 Exciting New Attractions in Singapore to Look Forward to

25) Mount Faber SRV Deals — Cable Car rides + Arbora 3-Course Set Meal at only S$50

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This doesn’t quite count as a “flight” but the views on a cable car don’t pale in comparison to the one you get from an airplane window. And if you’ve yet to utilise all of your SingapoRediscovers Vouchers, this is a good way to use them before they expire on 31 Dec.

The Singapore Cable Car Sky Bundle deal comes with unlimited trips on the Singapore Cable Car for a day, and a 3-course pasta set at Arbora Hilltop Garden & Bistro.

Refer to One Faber Group’s website for set meal dining times and blackout dates.

Cost: S$50/pax (SRV eligible)
Promo period: Now till 31 Dec 2021

26) Uncle Ringo in Punggol till end 2021

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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 Wednesday 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 (Wed–Sun)

Singapore Staycation Deals

27) [NEW!] SG Hotel on Wheels — Singapore’s first roving container hotel at Downtown East

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Looking for a staycation experience unlike any other? SgHotelOnWheels (SHOW) Is Singapore’s first roving concept container hotel that is currently docked at Downtown East.

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SHOW has ten hotel rooms—each with a different theme—in 20ft and 40ft containers. And though this might not be a luxurious staycation, hotel guests can choose the room of their choice, from Pop Art decorated to Modern Country themed. 

Cost: S$188/20ft room, S$248/40ft room
Location: Downtown East @ Begonia Carpark

28) Carlton Hotel — Cancel Monday blues with a Garfield-theme Staycation

Garfield staycation Carlton Hotel - Oct 2021 deals and Attractions Singapore

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Before Snorlex and Gudetama, there was Garfield, the lasagna-loving lazy cat that hates Mondays with a vengeance. And if you’re just like Garfield and also have Monday as your least favourite day of the week, why not spend it on a staycation instead.

Carlton Hotel has a 2D1N Garfield-themed staycation package that comes with take-home Garfield goodies worth more than S$300!

Cost: from S$378/night
Promo period: Until further notice

29) Hotel G – A staycation coupled with an outdoor movie experience

Hotel G – Outdoor movie experience

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For just S$300/night, Hotel G’s king-bedded Great Room now comes with an outdoor cinema experience!

What’s a movie without some snacks? This package also includes free snacks such as a 25 Degrees’ It Takes Two Burger Box, popcorn, and a bucket of beer!

Hotel G also has other Klook-exclusive SRV promos starting from S$170/night (U.P. S$590).

Cost: $300/night (SRV eligible)
Promo period: Till 31 Dec 2021

30) Heritage Collection at Seah Street — Enjoy additional 10% off with promo code

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Have you always fancied staying in one of the beautiful shophouses of Singapore? Heritage Collection on Seah is one such boutique shophouse hotel that you can check yourself into for a unique staycation this year!

These freshly renovated loft-style rooms are the perfect base to explore the lively Bugis and Civic Districts. Each room comes with a fully-equipped kitchenette, Apple TV, and an ensuite bathroom with a rain shower.

And from now until 31 December, use promo code <STAYWITHHC> for an additional 10% off your staycay!

Cost: From S$125/night
Promo period: Till 31 Dec 2021

31) Four Seasons Hotel Singapore — Book a two-night stay and get a third night free

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Treat yourself to a staycay the esteemed Four Seasons Hotel, nestled along Orchard Road. From now till 1 Jan 2023, get a complimentary third night when you book a two-night stay!

Four Seasons Singapore Rooftop Swimming Pool - Singapore Staycation Deals

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This hotel’s facilities are top-class — four tennis courts (two of which are air-conditioned!!), a rooftop pool on the 20th floor, a fully-equipped fitness centre with a sauna and steam room, plus a luxury spa to cool down after working up a sweat.

Cost: From S$253/night
Promo period: Till 1 Jan 2023

32) Oasia Hotel Downtown — A 2D1N getaway from S$282Nett

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Switch things up with a midweek break in the heart of Tanjong Pagar! From S$282 Nett, Oasia Hotel Downtown’s Weekday Escapade Package includes breakfast and dinner for two at The Marmalade Pantry as well as guaranteed early check-in and late check-out (11AM and 1PM respectively).

Rooftop Pool of Oasia Hotel Downtown - Attraction Deals in June 2021

Imagine chilling on the rooftop pool while the rest of the office folks are at work 😉 Photo credit: Oasia Hotel

Cost: From S$282 Nett (Weekday Escapade Package)
Promo Period: For stays till 30 December 2021 (excl. Saturdays)

33) The Fullerton Hotels and Resorts — Suite Complimentary Package with free second night

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Pamper yourself with a luxury staycation at The Fullerton Hotel Singapore or The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore this month — for every Suite stay booked, you’ll get your second night free!

The Suite Compliments staycation package also includes daily breakfast, afternoon tea, evening cocktails, and canapés for two adults at The Fullerton Hotel Singapore. Parents with young children under the age of 12 can also request an extra bed at no extra cost.

Cost: From S$410/night
Promo period: For stays till 30 Dec 2021

34) 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

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 cool stuff to check out in Singapore:

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