STB offers free ‘off-the-beaten-path’ experiences for SG tourists
Tourists can redeem one of nearly 40 new experiences in Singapore.
International visitors can get complimentary experiences in Singapore for free beginning 7 March.
Through the Singapore Tourism Board’s SingapoRewards programme, tourists can try one of nearly 40 new or “off-the-beaten-path” experiences in the Lion City for free.
Amongst the experiences which tourists can try for free are “New World’s End: Audio-guided Walking Tour,” “Cocoa Journey with Pure Imagination: Chocolate Workshop,” and “Art Jamming with Cats Workshop.”
Tourists can redeem or book their chosen experience through the VisitSingapore app or the SingapoRewards microsite.
“Tourism has returned strongly to Singapore since our borders reopened fully last year. As more international travellers return, we want to enhance their experience of Singapore by introducing them to hidden gems that are unique to our country,” Keith Tan, Chief Executive Officer of the Singapore Tourism Board, said.
“By focusing on innovative experiences, SingapoRewards also provides a platform for local businesses to launch and test new products and offerings. I invite all visitors to explore our city’s diverse offerings through SingapoRewards, and to share their positive experience with others.” Tan added.