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SingapoRediscovers: 5 Places In SG To Visit

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Singapore’s tourism industry is one of those hardest hit by COVID-19. If you’d like to get to know this island we call home a little better, it’s time to put on your tourist hat and go claim some of those SingapoRediscovers vouchers.

The Battlebox

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Located at Fort Canning, The Battlebox was the British Command Centre during World War II in Singapore. It was there that the British made the decision to formally surrender to the Japanese invaders.

Did you know that despite being a World War II heritage site, The Battlebox is managed by a privately owned firm? Despite being on their own, they have done well for themselves, winning the TripAdvisor’s Traveller’s Choice Awards 5 years in a row from 2016 – 2020.

You can see why we’re recommending them.

Price: $40 for the full tour of The Battlebox and Fort Canning Hill

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VR Flight Experience

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Wanted to be a pilot but couldn’t go to flight school? Flight Experience is offering you a chance to fly a Boeing 737 with no risks involved. You’ll get a taste of what actual pilots-in-training use to learn to fly. You will also get a flight instructor to teach you all there is to know about the basics of flying. Plus, you’ll get your pick of airports around the world.

Note: Flight Experience Singapore is rated 5/5 stars on TripAdvisor and is also popular with the little ones.

Price: $175 for 30 minutes

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Pulau Ubin Tour

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Oriental Travel and Tours first came to our attention through their Creepy Tales of Singapore tour. But that’s hardly all that they do. They also operate tours throughout the Singapore heartlands as well as a 3-hour tour around Pulau Ubin. Get to see a Tudor style house, a 150 year old temple and bask in the distinct lack of skyscrapers and abundance of wildlife.

Just be sure not to get too close to the wild boars.

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Though they currently have less than 30 reviews on TripAdvisor, they are all extremely positive.

Price: $150 per person (minimum of 2 people required)

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Red Dot Design Museum

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The Red Dot Design Museum in Singapore has been around since 2005, though its sister museum in Germany, the first of its kind, was set up in 1955. The museum houses over 200 objects, all winners of the museum’s prestigious Red Dot Design Awards. To qualify, each product must score favourably across four departments: aesthetics, innovation, function and a high likelihood to evoke enjoyment.

Price: $10 + complimentary $10 Food and Shopping voucher

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The Intan

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Along Joo Chiat Terrace, sits The Intan, the private residence of Alvin Yapp as well as the grounds of The Intan, a private museum. Over 3 decades, Alvin has been adding to his collection of Peranakan artifacts out of a deep desire to learn more about his own heritage. Should you visit The Intan, he will be your guide to all things Peranakan as he brings you around his home. With over 500 reviews on TripAdvisor and a 5 out of 5 stars rating, The Intan has clearly made fans out of its guests.

Price: $64.20 for a 1 hour guided tour

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Do note that your SingapoRediscovers vouchers are good from 1 Dec until 30 Jun 2021. So you definitely have time to mull over the Singapore Tourism Board’s official list of attractions, hotels and tours and think about where you want to go.

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