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Let’s continue our March School holiday week with special deals, promotions and events from Wildlife Reserve Singapore. Whether your family has already visited those parks or not, if your kids love animals, we believe these places would be your ultimate option. Check it out what they have in March!

Chance to save 15% OFF admission tickets and wildlife tour to Wildlife Reserve Singapore 

 

Wildlife Reserve Singapore

 

15% off prevailing Adult and Child admission ticket prices

Jurong Bird Park Night Safari River Safari Singapore Zoo
Adult $27.20

(U.P. $32)

$48.45

(U.P. $57)

$30.60

(U.P. $36)

$33.15

(U.P. $39)

Child $17.85

(U.P. $21)

$​34

(U.P. $40)

$20.40

(U.P. $24)

$22.10

(U.P. $26)

15% off prevailing Wildlife Tour Retail Price

Jurong Bird Park Bird’s Eye Tour Night Safari Safari Adventure Tour River Safari Manatee Mania Singapore Zoo Reptopia
Adult $83.30

(U.P. $98)

$117.30

(U.P. $138)

$100.30

(U.P. $118)

$83.30

(U.P. $98)

Child $55.25

(U.P. $65)

$72.25

(U.P. $85)

$61.20

(U.P. $72)

$55.25

(U.P. $65)

Private Buggy Tour $212.50/hour

(U.P. $250/hour)

$212.50/hour

(U.P. $250/hour)

 

Valid from now until March 31, 2020

For further information, visit: http://bit.ly/2TUbWp3

Local Residents’ Exclusive: 1-for-1 Admission at any park of Wildlife Reserve Singapore

From March 13 – 22, 2020, bring your kids to any park of Wildlife Reserve Singapore (Singapore Zoo, Jurong Bird Park, Night Safari, and River Safari) and enjoy their 1-for-1 promotion. 

Plus, you will also receive a $2 retail voucher for your journey.

Promotion is applicable for local residents only. Valid with every purchase of full priced ticket for same park and same day admission.

Terms and conditions apply.

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This March Universal Studios Singapore offers a bundle of deals

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Dive into a fantastic world at Universal Studios Singapore

Are you ready to bring your kids around this March School Holiday? This time, we would like to present 3 awesome promotions from one of the most popular theme parks in Singapore – Universal StudioS Singapore. Let’s dive into a fantastic world with your family!

Triple Pass

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“With only SGD 122, you can experience memorable moments at all THREE of our popular attractions in 3 DAYS”

Enter a thrilling world of immersive rides and jaw-dropping adventures based on popular films and TV shows at USS. Explore S.E.A. Aquarium, the breathtaking home of over 100,000 animals like sharks, rays and sea jellies. For endless excitement, head to Adventure Cove Waterpark to encounter sharks in the water, snorkel amongst 20,000 fish and experience high-speed water rides!

Enjoy 3-day access to:

  • Universal Studios Singapore 
  • S.E.A. Aquarium 
  • Adventure Cove Waterpark

Universal Studios Singapore Family Bundle Deals

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Besides, Universal Studio Singapore is also offering bundle deals for family. Choose one from their attractive family bundle deals for 2 Adults and 1 child starting from SGD282.

Save 25% with Mastercard Exclusive Deal 

“Buy Universal Studios Singapore Adult Season Pass at One-Day Ticket Rate of SGD81 (U.P. SGD108)”

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However, the number of tickets are limited from now until April 12, 2020 for new Season Pass sign-ups only. So, first come first served. Tickets are only valid for one-time park entry by 12 April 2020 to process into Season Pass membership card.

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The Great Food Festival Singapore: The Perfect Ending To Your MICE Event

The Great Food Festival Singapore: The Perfect Ending To Your MICE Event

Singapore is touted as the food capital of the world and it is not difficult to see why. Home to more than 100 hawker centres, you will never be more than 3km away from a hawker centre. As of 2018, Singapore had 39 Michelin-star restaurants to its name, two of which were hawker centre stalls.

 

Singaporeans take their food very seriously and as such numerous food festivals have been held on this tiny red dot over the years. This year, The Great Food Festival will be coming to Singapore for the second consecutive year. After a long eventful day, there’s no better way for you and your MICE delegates to wind down than for a night of eating and drinking.

 

The Great Food Festival Singapore: The Perfect Ending To Your MICE Event
Ocean Restaurant by Cat Cora | Photo Courtesy: Resorts World Sentosa 

 

STAR CHEF ARENA

There will be three festival zones, each specialising in a different area of the culinary world but all sure to make your mouth water. First up, the Star Chef Arena.

 

As the name suggests, this will be a star-studded area with 14 celebrity chefs gathered together to present some of the most tantalising dishes. Regardless of the cuisine you are in to, there is bound to be something for you.

 

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Braised Kurobuta Pork Belly with Steamed Bun by Chef Sam Leong | Photo Courtesy: The Great Food Festival

 

Home-grown chef, Sam Leong, will be serving up Asian-inspired dishes at The Great Food Festival. He has taken flavours familiar to Singapore and infused them into his world-class dishes. While any chef can serve up a plate of Wagyu Beef Short Ribs, Chef Sam Leong has slow cooked it in a Thai red curry and served alongside lychees. This is definitely not your typical Singaporean food. If beef is not for you, the classic braised pork belly bun is also on his menu. Having cooked for distinguished guests such as Lee Kuan Yew and Queen Elizabeth II before, Chef Sam Leong’s cooking is sure to tickle your fancy.

 

The Great Food Festival Singapore: The Perfect Ending To Your MICE Event
Red Tuna Tataki Style with Pistachio Crumble by Chefs Enrico and Roberto Cerea | Photo Courtesy: The Great Food Festival 

 

If your delegates are not accustomed to the Asian palate, there will also be a variety of European dishes to indulge in. On the Cerea brothers’ menu are red tuna tataki style, braised veal cheek, and “Gnocco” filled with cheese fondue. This celebrity chef duo is also behind a three Michelin-star restaurant in Italy. No matter what your heart (and stomach) desires, there will always be plenty of food in Singapore for you.

 

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Sessions | Photo Courtesy: The Great Food Festival

 

ROLLIN’ SWEET TIMES

Moving over to the confectionaries, the Rollin’ Sweet Times arena is more than just desserts; it will be a treat for both your taste buds and your eyes. Your delegates are sure to enjoy this arena if they have a sweet tooth!

 

The Great Food Festival Singapore: The Perfect Ending To Your MICE Event
Reconstructed Egg Tart by Chef Joe Leong | Photo Courtesy: The Great Food Festival

 

Culinary arts clearly runs in the family because Chef Sam Leong’s son, Chef Joe Leong, has recently joined his father in his restaurant. Chef Joe Leong’s focus is very much on putting exquisite modern twists on traditional Chinese desserts in Singapore. As such, you will be treated to a reconstructed egg tart and textures of black sesame and coconut at The Great Food Festival.

 

The Great Food Festival Singapore: The Perfect Ending To Your MICE Event
Rocky Road Liquid Nitrogen Gelato by N2 Extreme Gelato Lab | Photo Courtesy: N2 Extreme Gelato 

 

Molecular gastronomy is still relatively new to the food scene in Singapore. Luckily for you and your delegates, N2 Extreme Gelato will be at The Great Food Festival to give dessert lovers the opportunity to transform customisable drinks into various nitrogen creations. N2 Extreme Gelato is a dessert store based in Sydney that specialises in creative uses of liquid nitrogen. They will be hitting our sunny shores this September so be sure not to miss out!

 

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THE CELLAR

This last arena is sure to excite wine lovers! At The Cellar, you and your delegates will be treated to exquisite pairings of wine and cheese. Sip on a full-bodied red wine from France or opt for a lighter sparkly Rosé from New Zealand. Not only that, but cured meats have also especially been curated for you to enjoy alongside your booze.

 

After all that eating and drinking, falling into a food coma is inevitable. To ensure that your delegates are able to safely return to their hotels to snooze, consider hiring a private car with a driver. As Travel141 will be launching an International Car Rental service soon, do subscribe to our newsletter below in order to receive regular updates.

 

Website: https://tgff.com.sg/index.html

Dates: 27 – 30 September 2018

Location: Resorts World Sentosa, 8 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore 098269

 

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Family fun in Singapore: The Live Turtle and Tortoise Museum

Family fun in Singapore: The Live Turtle and Tortoise Museum

When thinking of a day of family fun in Singapore, these usual suspects are likely to come to mind; Singapore Zoo, Universal Studios Singapore, or Gardens by the Bay. But for a more unique experience with your family, give this little-known Singapore attraction a go. Nestled in the Chinese Gardens, be prepared to go on a road trip to The Live Turtle and Tortoise Museum, which is home to over 500 turtles and tortoises. With such an extensive collection, it is no wonder that it has made it into the Guinness World Record books for the largest collection of turtle and tortoise items.

 

 

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African Spurred Tortoise | Photo Courtesy: The Live Turtle and Tortoise Museum 

 

This Singapore museum makes for a great place of fun as you will not only get to be up close with the reptiles, but also get to feed them (a popular one at that, especially with children). With just $1 you can purchase a bunch of green leaves and feed it to whichever turtle or tortoise you desire. However, keep in mind that only the tortoises on land can be fed, while those kept in a glass aquarium should be left alone.

 

FUN FACT!

Did you know, out of the 500 turtles and tortoises at the museum, only the African Spurred Tortoises are left to roam freely within the estate? The reason is because they are the only species intelligent enough to not cause a big splash in one of the numerous ponds around the museum. Not only that, they are the third largest tortoise species in the world and the maximum weight recorded thus far is a staggering 105kg! Now that’s heavier than most of us!

 

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Feeding Time | Photo Courtesy: The Live Turtle and Tortoise Museum 

 

You may then wonder how The Live Turtle and Tortoise Museum grew its large collection of turtles and tortoises, especially since exotic animals are not allowed in Singapore given its strict laws.

 

This has to do with the owner, Ms Connie Tan, whom when she was younger, was not allowed to keep a dog or cat as a pet so she turned to turtles instead. She soon fell in love with these creatures due to their unusual beauty. Eventually, her turtle collection grew with the help of her father, who also shared the same passion. Majority of the turtles and tortoises housed at the museum come from her personal collection, while the rest have been given to her after they grew too big for its previous owners. These reptiles come from all over the world, including China, Madagascar, Myanmar, and South America!

 

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Alligator Snapping Turtle

 

 

So, if you are looking for interesting places to visit in Singapore, do give this museum a go. It is definitely not your conventional stuffy museum with dated pieces. Instead, expect yourselves to be surrounded by the Radiated Star Tortoise (identified by an intricate yellow star pattern on their backs), the Alligator Snapping Turtle (definitely do maintain a safe distance if you would like to keep all 20 digits), and the Red-Footed Tortoise (no prize for guessing what’s the colour of their feet ;)) amongst many others.

 

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Red-Footed Tortoise

 

Despite being the only turtle and tortoise museum in the world, it is not high on the list of “Where to go in Singapore” for many tourists as well as locals, as it has been outshone by other more fanciful attractions in Singapore. However, admission fees to this museum is close to nothing ($5 for adults, $3 for children) considering the close proximity you get to be to all these exotic creatures.

 

So, if you and your family would like to check out this Singapore place of interest, it is a mere 5 minute-walk from the Chinese Garden MRT. It’s another story, though, if you have young children or elderly parents in tow. The easy 5-minute walk may turn into a 50-minute nightmare! To avoid such scenario and to keep everyone in high spirits to greet the reptiles, consider travelling there by getting a private hire car with a driver. The Travel141 International Car Rental service will be launching soon so do subscribe to our newsletter below in order to receive regular updates.

 

Address: 1 Chinese Garden Rd, Singapore 619795

Opening hours: 10am – 6pm daily

Contact No.: 6268 5363

 

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Things to Do in Singapore: 5 Festivals in Singapore You Shouldn’t Miss

 

From the architectural aspect of the buildings to the abundance of parks and trees, these are what Singapore is most known for, being the most modern city in Southeast Asia. The cultural differences are evident as the people are a mixed fusion of races – Malay, Chinese, Indian, Arab, and English. Aside from the numerous places to visit and things to do in Singapore, festivals are considered as big events for the people in the country. Attending Singapore festivals may pave a way for you to know more about the country more than just what most of the people know of. If you are interested in knowing more about it, continue reading our Singapore travel guide as we introduce to you some Singapore festivals you shouldn’t miss!

 

SINGAPORE FOOD FESTIVAL

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Singapore food festival is one of the festivals that Singaporeans are waiting for. It is celebrated annually and basically consists of food-related events. During the festival, Singapore’s finest culinary talents and dining experiences join together to satisfy your appetite. There are over twenty specially curated menus, cooking demonstrations, craft workshops, and more! The said festival will feed your gastronomic needs as they take you to taste Singapore’s diverse and unique food heritage. It is one of the things to do in Singapore that will give you a first-hand knowledge of the country. This is a great time to taste the authentic flavour of Singapore in every bite.

 

GREAT SINGAPORE SALE

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For all the shopaholics there, here is the event that is going to excite you – the Great Singapore Sale. One of the ways to promote the tourism industry aside from Singapore is by conducting the Great Singapore Sale annually. It is an event organised by Singapore Retailers Association and co-organised by stores and malls. Lots of deals and steals that will make you surely grab this opportunity. Expectedly during the sale, the stores are really crowded. One of the things to do in Singapore is to never miss this kind of event. It’s time to score some great discounts!

 

SINGAPORE GRAND PRIX

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Aside from being one of the attractions in Singapore, Marina Bay serves as the track for Singapore Grand Prix during September. The said event is a motor race as a part of FIA Formula One World Championship. The first race for the 15th round of the FIA Formula One World Championship was held in Marina Bay Street Circuit last 2008. It was the first night race in the Formula One history. Aside from the race, there will be a concert with different performers worldwide. On your mark, get set! Go!

 

SINGAPORE NATIONAL DAY

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Like any other countries, Singapore celebrates its birthday too every year during August 9. Lots of entertainment acts while waiting for the parade and also for the seats to be filled up. It is a big celebration starting off with a National Parade at Marina Bay followed by a speech by the Prime Minister. Parade performances are present too! It is the time of the year when Singaporeans are really glued to the celebration that will make you feel overwhelmed by how they celebrate their independence. The celebration ends by lighting up the sky with a fireworks display.

 

HONG KONG FILM FESTIVAL

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Hong Kong Film Festival in Singapore? Yes, you read it right. The first ever Hong Kong Film Festival is coming to Singapore. Get ready to witness the best Cantonese films starting from July 26 to August 1. Don’t dare miss to watch Kara Wei’s ‘Happiness’, Leslie Chung’s ‘Who’s the Man, Who’s the Woman’ and ‘Double Tap’. A lot more Cantonese films will be screened too! For the schedule and ticket prices, you may visit: Golden Village

Make sure not to miss the first ever Hong Kong Film Festival at Golden Village Singapore this year, one of the Singapore festivals everyone will look forward to.

 

Aside from the festivals, there are other so many things and Singapore attractions to put on your Singapore travel itinerary. A travel to Singapore is something you should add to your bucket list. To know more about Singapore, check out our other travel blogs!

 

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5 Affordable Singapore attractions to visit in the Lion City

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Travelling is an exciting and fun activity that requires a little extra in our budget. So if you don’t have a lot of travelling money set aside, you might think that Singapore attractions are out of your reach.

The glitz and glamour of Singapore tourist attractions such as luxury shopping malls, 5-star hotels and lush restaurants might scare off budget travellers. But as your ultimate travel guide to Southeast Asia, we at Travel141 assure you that anyone can have a blast exploring the cosmopolitan city of Singapore—even on a budget!

So despite the number of amenities that cost a little over the budget, there’s still a list of things to do in Singapore that doesn’t require much from your credit card! Sit back and relax as our Singapore travel guide today show you five affordable Singapore attractions to visit when you’re in the Lion City.

Walk through the wonderful Gardens By The Bay

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Let’s start off your Singapore travel itinerary with a visit to Marina Bay. Yes, it is home to the world-class Marina Bay Sands, but there are also different activities at this Singapore attraction which cost less than a few hundred dollars. Say for example spending a night wondering through the Gardens by the Bay and be captivated in the wonderful Garden Rhapsody light show.

Get your culture fix at the city’s ethnic enclaves

Budget-friendly Singapore attractions to go to with the family | Singapore attractions | Travel141A colourful façade of one of the buildings in Little India, Singapore

As one of Asia’s most culturally diverse countries, one of the best things to do in Singapore is to discover and explore Chinatown and Little India. Just make sure to be prepared – put on a good pair of walking shoes, a bottle of mineral water to fight off extreme heat, and a few dollars to buy some souvenirs.

These locations are all within the city centre which means if you love walking, you can do just that, or if not, you are in luck as there are MRT stations in each area to save you.

Relax in Sentosa’s beach

Budget-friendly Singapore attractions to go to with the family | Singapore attractions | Travel141Lounge and relax in the shores of Sentosa’s beach

Although the shores of Sentosa – a popular Singapore attraction – are filled with fancy beach bars that sell high-priced cocktails, the beach front area is open to anyone who wants to sit, lay or sunbathe.

You may also want to cross the bridge which costs S$1 on Sundays and free on Saturdays!

Go green and explore Singapore Botanic Gardens

Budget-friendly Singapore attractions to go to with the family | Singapore attractions | Travel141Enjoy an afternoon walking through the lush greenery of the Singapore Botanic Gardens | Photo Courtesy: Singapore Botanic Gardens Facebook Page

Do you want to take a break from the city’s hustle and bustle? Visit Singapore Botanic Gardens and enjoy hectares of lush greenery and colourful orchids at the National Orchid Garden found within the tropics of the Botanic Gardens.

The abundance of wildlife also exists – thus the presence of special species like crimson sunbirds, wood owls, stork-billed kingfishers, and so much more.

Marina Bay’s striking light show

Budget-friendly Singapore attractions to go to with the family | Singapore attractions | Travel141Stunning laser show from Marina Bay

There are a handful of things to do in Marina Bay, but most of which can dig a hole in your pockets, except for one – the spectacular light show!

To get the perfect spot to view the multi-coloured lasers flashing from the three towers, make your way to the Event Plaza at Promenade every Friday and Saturday at 8 PM, 9PM and 11PM.

Check out Travel141’s Singapore travel blogs to find more attractions and activities you can do in the city!

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