I’m pretty sure that right now, almost everyone in Singapore would’ve heard about SingapoRediscovers Vouchers (SRV), an initiative by the government to revive the tourism industry in Singapore.
Well, in case you are not sure how it works, you may refer to the SRV official page.
Basically, every Singaporean aged 18 and above will receive $100 tourism voucher (in the denomination of $10) that they can use to buy attraction tickets, pay for hotel staycation and go on local tours.
SRV is a digital voucher. To use it, you need to make booking through official representatives, namely: Klook, Globaltix, Changi Recommends, Traveloka and Trips.com.
In those official representative websites or even STB websites, there is no summary page where you can see all of the attraction in 1 page with the corresponding prices. So.. I decided to spend a couple of days compiling this list of attractions with their SRV prices and original prices.
My purpose for creating this is actually for me to easily see all of the attractions with the corresponding prices, so that I don’t have to open 40+ websites to check each price! I hope this will be useful for you to decide which attraction to spend your voucher on.
It’s funny to notice that for some attractions, their original prices are cheaper than SRV prices. But for others, their SRV prices are cheaper than original prices (see iFly).
Anyway, since the SRV is free, I don’t think you should choose the attraction by comparing their SRV prices vs Original prices. Instead, you should choose the attraction that should give you the most happiness with the least amount you’re comfortable spending.
To be honest, I’m not familiar with hotel staycations and local tours in Singapore, so I can’t recommend any hotel or tours for you. But… I DO know a thing or two about attractions 🙂 Therefore, I try to recommend some attractions that I think is a good choice, in the later part of this article.
List of all attractions that you can SingapoRediscovers Voucher for
Here are all of the 43 attractions that are approved by STB (as of 8 Dec). The list is sorted in alphabetical order.
Please note that the price changes from time to time. I try my best to input the latest price at the time of writing or at the time of update.
|ATTRACTIONS||SRV PRICE||ORIGINAL PRICE|
|AJ Hackett Sentosa |
(Read my Skybridge review)
|▪ S$75/pax (bungy)|
▪ S$86/pax (bungy+skybridge)
|▪ S$69/pax (bungy)|
▪ S$ 84 (bungy+skybridge)
|ArtScience Museum||▪ FutureWorld: S$16/adult; S$12/child|
▪ Margins: S$6/pax
|Asian Civilisations Museum||FREE for SC & SPR;|
Others: S$ 8 (adult), S$ 4 (student/senior)
|Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom||S$12/adult; S$10 per child/senior||S$14.40/pax|
|Changi Experience Studio||S$20/adult; S$13 per child/senior||S$19/adult; S$13 per child/senior|
|Dolphin Island||Unkown||▪ Discovery: S$90/pax|
▪ Encounter: S$35/pax
|Flight Experience Singapore||▪ 30-min: S$ 149/pax|
▪ 45-min: S$ 192/pax
▪ 60-min: S$ 234/pax
▪ 90-min: S$ 336/pax
|▪ 30-min: S$ 175/pax|
▪ 45-min: S$ 225pax
▪ 60-min: S$ 275/pax
▪ 90-min: S$ 395/pax
|Gardens By The Bay||▪ Flower Dome + Cloud Forest: S$20/adult, S$10/child|
▪ Floral Fantasy: S$10/adult, S$5/child
|Gogreen Segway Eco Adventure||▪ Bike: S$10/pax/hr|
▪ Segway Fun Ride: S$20/pax/session
▪ Bike+Segway: S$28/pax
|▪ Bike: same|
▪ Segway: same
▪ Bike+Segway: NA
|HeadRock VR||▪ 4 games OP: S$30/pax|
▪ 6 games OP: S$50/pax
▪ 3 games P: S$30/pax
▪ 5 games P:S$50/pax
|HydroDash||S$20/hr/adult; S$15/hr/child||S$18/hr/adult; S$13/hr/child|
|iFly Singapore||▪ 1 dive: From S$56/pax|
▪ 2 dives: From S$79/pax
|▪ 1 dive: From S$89/pax|
▪ 2 dives: From S$119/pax
|Jewel Changi Airport Canopy Park Attractions|
(Read my complete guide)
|▪ Canopy Park: S$4.50/pax|
▪ Canopy Bridge: S$7.20/pax
▪ Other attractions: From S$10.80/pax
|Jurong Bird Park||S$28.80/adult; S$18.90/child; S$15/senior||S$25.60/adult; S$16.80/child; S$15/senior|
|Madame Tussauds Singapore||From S$18/adult; S$12/child||From S$28/adult; S$18/child|
|Marina Bay Sands SkyPark Observation Deck||S$23/adult; S$17/child; S$20/senior||S$26/adult; S$23/child; S$20/senior|
(read my experience)
|▪ MegaZip: S$50/pax|
▪ MegaBounce: S$20/pax
|▪ MegaZip: S$55/pax|
▪ MegaBounce: S$20/pax
|National Gallery Singapore||Supreme Court Tour: |
S$15/adult; S$12/child & senior
|National Orchid Gardens||Walking Tour: From S$35/adult; S$12.50/child||N.A.|
|Nerf Action Xperience||From S$39/pax||Same|
|Nestopia Singapore||S$10/hr for 1 adult + 1 child||S$9 for 1 pax only|
|Night Safari||S$45.90/adult; S$30.60/child; S$22/senior||S$35.70/adult; S$23.80/child; S$22/senior|
|Ola Beach Club||▪ Single Kayak: S$22.50/pax|
▪ Double Kayak: S$31.50/2pax
▪ SUP: S$31.50/pax
▪ Banana Boat: S$90/4pax
▪ Donut: S$45/2pax
|▪ Single Kayak: S$25/pax|
▪ Double Kayak: S$35/2pax
▪ SUP: S$35/pax
▪ Banana Boat: S$25/pax
▪ Donut: S$25/pax
|Red Dot Design Museum||S$10/pax||Same|
|River Safari||S$32.40/adult; S$21.60/child; S$17/senior||S$28.80/adult; S$19.20/child; S$17/senior|
|Royal Albatross||S$209/adult; S$102/child||Same|
|S.E.A. Aquarium||S$35/adult; S$23/child & senior||S$32/adult; S$23/child & senior|
|Science Centre Singapore||S$30/adult; S$28/child||Same|
|Sentosa 4D Adventureland||3-in1: S$27.50/pax||N.A.|
|Sentosa Fun Pass|
(read things to do in Sentosa)
|S$100 for 130 tokens||S$120 for 130 tokens|
|Singapore Cable Car||S$24.50/adult; S$10/child||S$25/adult; S$10/child|
|Singapore Flyer||▪ Flyer: S$33/adult; S$10/child & senior|
▪ Time Capsule: S$15/adult; S$10/child & senior
▪ Combo: S$35/adult; S$10/child & senior
|Singapore Musical Box Museum||▪ Tour + Lunch: S$44 for 2pax|
▪ Tour + Tea Set: from S$32 for 2pax
|Singapore Zoo||S$35.10/adult; S$23.40/child; S$18/senior||S$31.20/adult; S$20.8/child; S$18/senior|
|Skyline Luge Sentosa||From S$24/pax||Similar|
|Snow City||From S$21/pax||Similar|
|The Intan||S$60/adult; S$30/child||S$64.20/adult; S$32.10/child|
|Time Capsule||see Singapore Flyer|
|Trick Eye Museum Singapore||▪ Peak: S$20/adult; S$15/child & senior|
▪ Off Peak: S$15/adult; S$10/child & senior
|Universal Studios Singapore|
(Read my guide and recommendation)
|S$66/adult; S$48/child; S$43/senior||Same|
|Wild Wild Wet|
(Read my guide)
|▪ Peak: S$32/adult; S$24/child & senior|
▪ Off Peak: S$24/adult; S$18/child & senior
Best Time to use SRV Vouchers
First of all, before we decide which attraction to spend the SRV on, it’s prudent to determine when to visit these attractions.
Some attractions have different prices for peak season and off-peak season. For some, the entire December is peak season, while the weekdays in January are considered off-peak season.
Then, some attractions consider weekends as peak, and weekdays (even December weekdays) as non-peak.
So, if you’re really particular about money and you’re quite flexible with timing, do consider visiting the attractions in January-May during weekdays. The SRV voucher is valid until 30 June 2021 anyway.
But, if you can’t visit on weekdays because you don’t have any annual leave to clear, it’s not the end of the world. Just visit whenever it’s convenient for you. It’s cheaper to pay out of pocket the difference of ticket price between peak and off-peak rather than intentionally take unpaid leave just to save a couple of bucks.
The Cheapest Attraction
We all love cheap, am I rite? Well, the good news is, there is an attraction that costs less than 5 bucks. Drumroll please…
Canopy Park admission ticket is only S$4.50/pax!
Personally, I’m a huge fan of Canopy Park. When my mom and siblings come, I brought them there. When my in-laws come, I brought them there.
Every year, I visit Canopy Park at least once. I even wrote a huge guide for Canopy Park. I think it’s a decent attraction and worth every penny of S$4.50. If you haven’t visited it before, I recommend that you do.
The Most Expensive Attraction
Now, who’s the most expensive attraction? Drumroll again please…
Royal Albatross offers 2 experiences: Sunset Sail Dinner and City Lights Dinner. They’re priced at S$209/adult and S$102/child.
Disclaimer: I’ve not been on Royal Albatross because of their prices. But I’ve heard and read good reviews about them. I’m considering to do it one day, when there is a special occasion that I want to celebrate 🙂
Best Attraction for Adrenaline Junkies who Want to Take a Leap of Faith
There are people who love jumping out of everything: plane, cliff, building edge, etc. And there are people who don’t. If you love taking leap of faith, I recommend that you go for AJ Hackett‘s Bungy Jump, which costs S$75/pax. Your life will change.
Already done the Bungy Jump before? Then, another jumping activity you should try is iFly, which is an indoor skydiving simulator. It costs S$46 for 1 dive, and S$69 for 2 dives during off-peak season. During peak season, the price will be slightly more expensive.
Best Attraction for Aviation Geek
If you’re an aviation geek, I think you would love the flight simulator at Flight Experience Singapore. At S$149/pax for a 30-minute session, the experience is not cheap. But if you’re a die-heard aviation geek, I think it’s worth it to offset the experience with your $100 SRV voucher. You’ll end up paying less than a hundred, which is not bad.
Best Attraction for Water Activities Lovers
If you love being in the water and you love sport, you probably will love Ola Beach Club. Here, you can enjoy kayaking, test your balance at Stand Up Paddleboarding, scream your heart out riding Banana Boat or Donut.
However, if you prefer water theme park kind of thing, do consider Wild Wild Wet.
Best Attraction for Animal Lovers
Best Attraction for Those who Love a Bird’s Eye View
This is quite a difficult category! But, if I have to choose, then I’ll recommend Singapore Cable Car. The view you’ll get between Mount Faber and Sentosa is breathtaking, and I’m never tired of the cable car ride.
Best Attraction for History Buff
I love National Gallery Singapore. Admission is free for local residents. However, you can use SRV to redeem the Supreme Court Tour.
Well, there is no one-size-fits-all best attraction to spend your tourism voucher on. As I said earlier, do consider the attraction that’ll give you the maximum happiness, regardless whether you have visited them before or not.
I am still undecided about which attraction I want to go to. I’m not rushing to use them because the expiry date is still 6 months away. If you’ve any suggestions, do let me know!
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