My friend, what are the places you want to visit in Singapore? I’m sure you have a lot on your mind but you’re very concern how you can spend less on your tours. Here are some of tips I can give you based on my experience during my recent trip.
Save on tickets to different attractions in Singapore
How? Go to Cebu Air Travel and Tours! From their name, you will know that it is own and operated by Filipinos. It is located at Lucky Plaza Mall in Orchard Road, a popular hangout place of Filipinos living and working in Singapore. This travel agency offers discounted rates and packages to all Singapore attractions and more. We availed of our tickets to Universal Studios Singapore (USS) for only SGD 69 which includes SGD 5 meal voucher and SGD 5 shopping credits to any of the stores inside USS. The original price of Universal Studio ticket online is SGD 79 without any freebie. So that gave us a saving of SGD 10!
Since they don’t accept ticket reservations, you need to go to their office which you can do on your first day in Singapore to purchase them. They are open from 10:00 AM till 7:00 PM daily.
For more information of their long list of promotions, visit their Facebook page by clicking here. (P.S. I was not paid by Cebu Air Travel and Tour to promote them. My blog is purely out of experience and research – Tinakits)
Visit free sights in Singapore
There’s so many shows and attractions you can visit in Singapore but with charge. But if you really want to visit popular places and know more about the country, you can visit these areas for free. Here are some suggestions:
- Merlion Statue
- Helix Bridge
- Fullerton Hotel and Raffles Hotel (just look around the area, okay)
- Cavenagh Bridge
- Stamford Raffles statue
- Sri Mariamman Temple
- Blue Tooth Relic
- Esplanade (the Durian-like building)
- Fountain of Wealth at Suntec City Mall
- Gardens by the Bay (sightseeing)
- Ion Orchard Mall
This is the second part of my “Singapore On A Budget” blog post. Wait for my other posts about my tips to save on your SG trip!