Don’t know what to do with your $100 vouchers? Fret not! Here’s how to spend your vouchers for a wonderful family day out in Singapore.
It’s over a year since Singapore went into the circuit breaker period and, well, life just stood still. No more gatherings in large groups, bookings before going anywhere, no more overseas travel… so what’s there to do in Singapore? Well, plenty, if you ask us! Plus, your SingapoRediscovers vouchers expire on 31 December, so you’ll have time to plan those family activities!
Fun-filled activities to spend your SingapoRediscovers vouchers on
If you want to soak in the view…
1. Spot iconic landmarks at 165 metres above ground level
Take a spin on the largest observation wheel in Asia and enjoy a 360-degree view of our city in one of 28 fully air-conditioned capsules. And, if you’re in luck, you can even see parts of Malaysia and Indonesia! Cool, eh? Pro-tip: go on the Flyer around 7pm and be treated to beautiful views of the day as it sets into the night.
Singapore Flyer, 30 Raffles Avenue, Singapore 039803
2. Take a cable car ride
Enjoy the aerial view of southern Singapore (and beyond) from 100 metres above sea level in your private cabin! Take a round trip from Mount Faber to Sentosa and see if you can spot familiar landmarks along your cable car journey. Psst, if you want to make the ride more memorable, splurge a bit more and experience dining onboard your trip!
Singapore Cable Car, Mount Faber Peak, 109 Mount Faber Rd, Singapore 099203
If you want a splashin’ good time…
3. Be a water warrior
This floating waterpark is something you definitely can’t miss whenever you set foot in Palawan Beach. So why not give it a go? Three obstacle courses with varying difficulty levels will challenge your dexterity and put you through your paces. So get ready to climb, slide, dash and leap!
HydroDash, 72 Palawan Beach, Sentosa, Singapore 098498
4. Get wet and wild
Want to make a bigger splash? Then head on down to Wild Wild Wet! Besides its original nine slides and rides, the waterpark has expanded to include seven additional attractions such as the Kraken Racers and rides for the little kiddies at the Kidz Zone. Too mild? How about going on the Torpedo or Free Fall? Your heart will be racing for sure!
Wild Wild Wet, 1 Pasir Ris Close, Singapore 519599
If you’re the adventurous type…
5. Bounce on nets four storeys above the ground
Got no fear of heights? Then channel your inner Spider-Man and take on Airzone, the world’s first indoor net playground at City Square Mall! With bouncy nets suspended between levels two and six of the mall, going through Airzone will feel like walking on the moon and water. Start easy by lying on the nets – don’t worry, it’s secure! – before letting loose.
Airzone, City Square Mall, 180 Kitchener Road #02-K4/K10 (next to Customer Service Centre), Singapore 208539
6. Go fast and furious, luge style!
Challenge everyone to a day or night race down four different tracks – we recommend the Dragon trail, the longest track out of the four – that twists and turns through the mystical forest at the Skyline Luge Sentosa! Not into the adrenaline rush? Go on the leisurely Skyride and bask in the scenic beauty of Sentosa island and the surrounding coastlines instead!
Skyline Luge, 45 Siloso Beach Walk, Sentosa, Singapore 099003
7. Blast into action and feel the rush!
At NERF Action Xperience, there are four zones that you can storm your way into and unleash your inner hero! Use your NERF blasters to perfect your shooting aim, battle zombies and secure the vaccine (sorry, it doesn’t work for Covid-19!). Also, overcome challenging landscapes in harsh conditions and produce something creative that you can bring home after.
NERF Action Xperience, Marina Square, 6 Raffles Boulevard #01-208, Singapore 039594
If you love nature and want to explore…
8. Go on a half-day tour
Get away from the city for a few hours and explore the rustic side of Singapore on this guided trip! Learn more about the bustling urban farm community (yes, it exists!) and do things such as harvesting fresh produce and goat feeding. Plus, you get a small bottle of goat milk as a memento!
Half-day farm tour, book online
9. Get closer to wildlife
Venture to the country’s wildlife reserves to see over 7,500 aquatic and terrestrial animals occupying the park. Learn more about the conservation efforts that the River Safari has undertaken to protect the world’s endangered species. Once you’re done with River Safari, hop over to the Singapore Zoo and Night Safari to continue your wildlife learning journey.
River Safari, 80 Mandai Lake Road, Singapore 729826
10. Become an entomologist for a day
Get everyone outdoors and experience the Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom, which has delighted visitors since its launch in 1983. Observe myriad butterflies and their intricately colourful wings or get up close with insects such as beetles and stick insects – don’t get too squeamish now!
Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom, 51 Imbiah Road, Sentosa, Singapore 099702
If you’re looking for something unique…
11. Get reacquainted with Singapore the quaint way
When was the last time you rode on a trishaw? Never? So why not use your SingapoRediscovers vouchers to experience Singapore the old-school way! Learn more about Kampong Glam, Little India or Singapore River via this unique heritage tour. If you prefer something more customised, the “uncles” can do that for you too!
Trishaw Uncle, Albert Mall Trishaw Park, 63 Queen Street, Singapore 180270
12. Reinvigorate your sense of smell
Create a custom fragrance that is uniquely you! This perfume workshop commences with a Perfume Personality Quiz; the results will determine how you’ll create your own perfume. You’ll also get to take home your own scent in five separate bottles by the end of the session! Book using your SingapoRediscovers vouchers and you’ll also get to choose to participate in a half-day orchid tour at the Botanic Gardens, a spice tour at Fort Canning, or a limousine tour around the Katong area.
Perfume Workshop, Goodman Art Centre, 90 Goodman Road, Block O #01-57, Singapore 439053
13. Discover antique musical boxes in the CBD
Did you know that Singapore played a vital role in the progress and development of musical boxes in Southeast Asia in the 19th century? Learn the history behind the music box at the Singapore Musical Box Museum, right beside Thian Hock Keng Temple. And, if you want to own one or get it as a gift, the museum has an accompanying shop that carries a large variety.
Singapore Musical Box Museum, 168 Telok Ayer Street, Singapore 068619
14. Explore the gem of the east
You know of and have probably gone to Jewel Changi Airport, but have you truly explored it? This unique tour takes you through this lush destination with activities such as food tasting from local heritage brands and learning and experiencing the HSBC Rain Vortex, Shiseido Forest Valley, and Canopy Park.
Best of Jewel Changi Airport tour, book online
If you miss being away from home…
15. Do you wanna meet a snowman?
Miss the cold winters overseas? Head on down to Snow City for an indoor snow experience! There are plenty of cool activities to do here such as ice fishing, exploring an igloo, and sliding down the 60-metre Arctic snow slope. There’s also the Winter Shooting Arena, where you can show off your aiming in a sub-zero environment.
Snow City, 21 Jurong Town Hall Rd, Singapore 609433
16. Stay the night at a boutique hotel
When you are finally done with your Singapoliday, retreat to this chic hideaway in the heart of Chinatown. The stylish and minimalist beauty of this hotel serves as the perfect, tranquil space for a wonderful night’s rest. Its family room is spacious enough to accommodate a family of five.
Hotel Mono, 18 Mosque St, Singapore 059498
If you don’t intend to claim your vouchers…
Donate it to a good cause via Klook Cares! The initiative, in partnership with four non-profit organisations, allows underprivileged children, families and migrant workers the opportunity to explore and rediscover Singapore.
Don’t forget that your SingapoRediscovers vouchers expire on 31 December. Plenty of time to decide on where to go and what to do!
Top image: Singapore Flyer