10 activities to use your leftover SingapoRediscover Vouchers for that cost less than $25

by Natalie Lim

There are 101 articles out there with staycation ideas and activities to use your SingapoRediscover Vouchers on. But what happens when you’ve already done one of those, and you’re left with a small amount that’s not enough for a luxurious day out, yet too big of it to go to waste?

Here’s an article that matters. Since the vouchers come in multiples of S$10, these activities that cost S$25 or less will help you to make full use of what’s left — with minimum cash top-ups. 

Affordable SingapoRediscover Vouchers-eligible activities

HydroDash

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Sentosa is known for its chill sandy beaches and beach clubs, but to get your adrenaline pumping, try HydroDash instead. The floating aqua park is an inflatable playground of four exciting zones, with obstacles catered for all ages. 

The mechanics are simple. Dash through the obstacle courses, and the challenge is to stay dry. To prove that you’re worthy of the Ninja Warrior title, conquer the Action Tower by bouldering up or climbing the knotted ropes. Some of the obstacles can seem pretty easy at first glance, but it’s a whole different game when your feet are sliding all over the place.

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For the bravest of hearts, you can even leap off the 3-metre tall Springboard for a great finish.

Price for HydroDash 1 Hour Pass + Inclement Weather Insurance
Adults: S$20
Children (Age five to six, includes one adult ticket): S$20 – Zone One only.

Book your tickets here.
📍 Palawan Beach, Singapore 098498
🗓️ 12pm–6pm (Mon–Fri), 10am–7pm (Sat, Sun)

STAR WARS Identities: The Exhibition at ArtScience Museum, Marina Bay Sands 

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“The place you should go, this is” is what Yoda would have said if he knew you were trying to spend your SingapoRediscover Vouchers on activities. Located at the ArtScience Museum at Marina Bay Sands, the STAR WARS Identities: The Exhibition has travelled from a galaxy far, far away, with Singapore being the final stop for its world tour.

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The exhibition is packed with costumes, props, models and artwork, so you’ll get to meet The Chosen One face to face. If you’ve always wondered if you belong to The Dark Side, there’s also an interactive identity quest that allows you to respond to a series of questions throughout the exhibit, and learn about the forces that shape you. 

Price for STAR WARS Identities: The Exhibition
Adults: S$25
Children (Age two to 12): S$20

Book your tickets here.
📍 ArtScience Museum, 6 Bayfront Ave, Singapore 018974
🗓️ 10am–7pm (Sun–Thurs), 10am–9pm (Fri, Sat), Till 13 June

Gardens by the Bay 1-Day Ticket

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Gardens by the Bay may already be a hotspot for Singaporeans, but it’s not every day that Hello Kitty graces the place with her presence, along with sakura blossoms that are usually found in Japan.

From now till 11 April, you can visit the Flower Dome for Sakura Matsuri 2021. Besides being surrounded by soft-blushing cherry blossoms, you’ll also get to marvel at Japanese torii gate installations and watch performances on traditional fabric wrapping (furoshiki).

With the Gardens by the Bay 1-Day ticket, you’ll have ample time to explore and take pictures of this wonderful event. 

Price for Gardens by the Bay 1-Day ticket
Adults: S$20 
Children (Age three to 12): S$12
Seniors (Age 60 and above): S$17

Book your tickets here.
📍 Gardens by the Bay, 18 Marina Gardens Drive
🗓️ 9am–9pm (Till 11 April)

Jewel Changi Airport Manulife Sky Nets and Canopy Park

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Every so often, we’d see a picture of someone at Jewel Changi Airport’s cascading water fountain on our Instagram feeds, complete with the captions “what a gem”, “date night!” or a generic “Amazing view”. Yes, we get that it’s a pretty sight, but there’s really more to the place than just aesthetics

For the more adventurous, the Canopy Park offers you the same mesmerizing view, but with added thrill. Test your courage and take a stroll on the Manulife Sky Nets, where you’ll be feet above the ground.

There’s also a Foggy Bowls area with a dream-like atmosphere and a Discovery Slide that’s both a viewing deck and playground. 

Price for Manulife Sky Nets (walking) and Canopy Park admission
Adults: S$13.50
Children (Age three to 12): S$9

Book your tickets here.
📍 Jewel Changi Airport, Singapore 819666
🗓️ 10am–10pm (Mon–Thurs), 10am–11pm (Fri–Sun, Eve & PH)

Snow City’s Snow Play Session + Target Shooting at Winter Shooting Arena

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Photo: instagram/ @efaherman, @snowcitysg

Beating up your pillows isn’t the only way to vent your frustration when bae makes you angry. At Snow City, unleash your fury by shooting some targets at the Winter Shooting Arena. Picture bb’s face on the coloured blocks and with each shot, you’re bound to let off some steam — this may be the best SingapoRediscover Vouchers-eligible activity there is.

After that, you can cool off by chilling in the snow area. Be careful though, you’re not supposed to actually shoot your partner. 

Price for Target Shooting at Winter Shooting Arena + Snow Play Session (1 Hour)
Adults: S$21
Youth (Age 14 to 17): S$21

Book your tickets here.
📍 21 Jurong Town Hall Road, Singapore 609433
🗓️ 10am–5pm (Tues–Fri), Closed Mon
🗓️ School and Public Holidays: 10am–6pm (Daily)

Science Centre Singapore’s Ultimate Pass with admission to Omni-Theatre, Butterfly Park & Laser Maze

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The last time that we stepped into Science Centre Singapore was probably during a school excursion trip. But as kids, the exhibits left us all in awe. Even as we took our lunch breaks at McDonald’s, some of us wolfed down our burgers as we couldn’t wait to reenter the building.

So maybe it’s time to take a trip down and see that much has changed over the years. New exhibits are always installed or rotated to keep the place fresh, so even the adults have something new to learn.

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Creepy-crawlies are never welcomed — unless you’re a toad. But over at Butterfly Park, you’ll be overwhelmed by the beauty of these creatures and the surrounding scape. 

Price for Ultimate Pass! Science Centre + Omni-Theatre + Butterflies Up-Close + Laser Maze + SGD5 Curiosity Voucher
Adults: S$24.90
Children (Age three to 12): S$24.90

Book your tickets here.
📍 15 Science Centre Road, Singapore 609081
🗓️ Session A: 10am–1pm (Fri–Sun, School & Public Holidays)
🗓️ Session B: 2pm–5pm (Fri–Sun, School & Public Holidays)

River Cruise by WaterB

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Pub crawls are a norm when visiting Clarke Quay, but perhaps there’s another way to feel woozy without the use of alcohol. While taking the River Cruise by Water B, admire the hustle and bustle of the city and journey through iconic sights such as the Raffles’ Landing Site, Fullerton Hotel, Singapore Flyer and Marina Bay.

Price
Mon–Thurs: S$15
Fri–Sun: S$20

Book your tickets here.
📍 30 Merchant Rd, #03-18, Singapore 058282
🗓️ 5–9pm (Daily)

Red Dot Design Museum with $10 food voucher

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Art galleries are abundant in Singapore, but not many have heard of Red Dot Design Museum, a space that holds more than 200 Red Dot Award-winning futuristic design ideas from top designers around the globe.

A sister museum to the one in Essen, Germany, it houses fascinating exhibitions of innovative products and research concepts from brilliant designers. If you’ve ever watched Shark Tank, the place feels exactly like a pitch of business ideas and models.

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In case you’re feeling peckish, there’s also a cafe situated right at the front of the museum. The Museum Cafe Bar serves up an assortment of cakes and kuehs, along with gourmet coffee to wash it down.

Price
Adults: S$10
Children (Age seven to 17): S$10

Book your tickets here.
📍 11 Marina Boulevard, Singapore 018940
🗓️ 12pm–8pm (Tues–Thurs), 12pm–6pm (Fri), 9am–10pm (Sat), 9am–8pm (Sun)

Sentosa Bike and Segway Rental

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This SingapoRediscover Vouchers-eligible activity allows you to cruise along the coast of Palawan and Siloso Beach on a bike or a segway. Though riding on a bike burns more calories, the segway requires you to control your balance and would offer a new learning experience.

Bikers, there are three interconnected cycling tracks with varying degrees of difficulty. Whether you’re up for a laid-back ride or a heart-pumping exercise, having the ocean breeze against your face definitely feels different from your usual ride in the park. 

Price
Sentosa Bike Rental: S$10
Segway Fun Ride: S$20

Book your tickets here.
📍 51 Siloso Beach Walk, Singapore 009901
🗓️ 10am–7.30pm (Daily)

Xcape SG Escape Room

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We’re no Sherlock Holmes, but some of us got a knack for solving puzzles and at Xscape SG Escape Room, you’ll get to hone your skills and test your dexterity. Dubbed as the first and largest escape room facility in Singapore, there’s a variety of themed escape rooms to suit different group sizes and interests.

But for this SingapoRediscover Voucher-eligible activity, you’ll get to play Mission X, where your character is in love with a girl but lacks the courage to confess to her. In the game, you’re granted magic tools to help your confession, and your job is to overcome the challenges thrown at you. If you can’t win in reality, at least win her heart in the game.

Price
Off-Peak (Per Pax): S$19.30
Shoulder (Per Pax): S$22.35
Peak (Per Pax): S$24.25

Book your tickets here.
📍 Bugis Village, 152B Rochor Road, Singapore 188435
🗓️ 11am–11.30pm (Sun–Thurs), 11am–1am (Fri, Sat)

Bonus – Donate your SingapoRediscover Vouchers to the underprivileged

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If you haven’t got the time for any more activities, don’t let your SingapoRediscover Vouchers expire and go to waste. Instead, you can consider donating the SingapoRediscover Vouchers to the needy, where they’ll be put to good use.

Here is a list of things and communities that you can donate to. 

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