Blues from the coronavirus travel ban? We're here to help with a list of things to satisfy your wanderlust in Singapore! No flights required.

Travel plans affected by the coronavirus situation? Flights around the world have been canceled. People have been forced into isolation due to the contagious nature of the COVID-19 outbreak.

Amidst the global fear, Singapore remains positive.

The coronavirus travel ban have left many Singaporeans looking for way to satisfy their wanderlust. So we have scouted the island and came up with a list of epic things to do in Singapore that will make you forget you have never even left the country.

Every entry in this list contains special deals and promotions to ease the burden on your wallet while you satisfy your wanderlust. That’s right, wanderlust in Singapore.

Get ready to bust out the floral print clothes and fake an accent. It’s time to play tourist in your own country!

 

Staycation in Singapore

Amidst the travel ban due to the COVID-19 outbreak, hotels in Singapore are perfect for a mini vacation. Satisfy your wanderlust right here in Singapore.

Hotel stays might be the first thing that comes to your mind when you think of travel. A staycation is the same. The only difference is that there are no flights required!

Singapore has an assortment of hotels with different types of offerings, catering to different people. Ranging from shophouse-like apartments to exclusive luxury suites in some of the most well-renowned hotels in the world. There is definitely something for everyone if you choose to enjoy a vacation and satisfy your wanderlust in Singapore.

Also on the plus side, amidst the COVID-19 situation, hotels are constantly disinfecting and increasing measures to ensure a high standard of cleanliness.

 

Chill Out on Sentosa Island

The travel ban does not included the linkway into Sentosa Island. The coronavirus may have grounded all flights, but it will not ground the fun.

Situated in the far south of Singapore, Sentosa Island is the perfect getaway! If lush greenery and a resort-themed environment is your ideal vacation idea, then look no further. Bring your family and your friends, satisfy your wanderlust in Singapore. No flights required.

Traditionally known to locals as the country’s island retreat, Sentosa offers attractions that nowhere else in Singapore has. A stark contrast from the grey concrete all around the city, Sentosa is perfect if you are looking to escape the congestion and coronavirus.

Entry to Sentosa used to cost SGD4.00 via the monorail and SGD6.00 per car. But due to curren coronavirus situation, entry to the island is now completely free, to liven up the mood in the country. Furthermore, Sentosa is giving away a FREE FUN PASS with 10 tokens pre-loaded too. For more information, visit https://www.sentosa.com.sg/en/campaigns/stay-and-play/

 

Satisfy your Wanderlust on board the Royal Albatross

Wanderlust in Singapore. The Royal Albatross offers a unique and special dining experience you will probably never get anywhere else in the world.

If you are looking for something local that could take your breath away amidst the coronavirus travel ban then look no further.

One of the most unique experiences around the world: Dinner onboard a superyacht. What makes it even more extravagant is that the Royal Albatross is not just a superyacht. It is classified as tall ship like those in the old world. Only a rare few are left in the world and only a handful are fully functional.

Coined as the most romantic dinner sail in Singapore, the Royal Albatross lives up to that expectation. Evidence on the super yacht’s Facebook and Instagram also provide examples of views that you would have never expected to find in Singapore.

Get even more this month with our March Exclusives. Using the promotional codes you could get a free bottle of wine and one of your friends can even sail for free when you come as a group. For more information visit https://www.tallship.com.sg/blog/exclusive-promotions-discounts-royal-albatross/

 

Clean and Cool Air at Gardens by the Bay

Get some fresh air and marvel at the technological wonder that is the world's biggest greenhouses. Wanderlust in your own city amidst the travel ban caused by the COVID-19 outbreak.

Tourists definitely know Singapore’s Gardens by the Bay, the iconic megastructures that stand out from Singapore’s skyline.

The highly advanced and futuristic mega-park has two conservatories. Both the ‘Cloud Forest’ and ‘Flower Dome’ have artificial climate controls that keep the world’s two biggest greenhouses at a cool temperate climate. You will even get to experience Japan’s famed Sakura Blossoms, right here in Singapore. No flights required!

Due to the COVID-19 situation, prices of Gardens by the Bay tickets are slashed by half. A 50% discount applies to all tickets for Singapore residents and permanent residents. Entry for adults now starts from as low as SGD6.00. For more information, visit https://www.gardensbythebay.com.sg/

 

Wanderlust in Singapore at Universal Studios

Looking to satisfy your wanderlust in Singapore? The design and architecture of Universal Studios Singapore will take you on a journey from Far Far Away to New York City.

The Universal Parks & Resorts operate theme parks around the world with attractions based on famous pop culture icons. Universal Studios Singapore (USS) is one of nine Universal theme parks.

Play away from the blues the coronavirus situation has brought. The layout and architecture of USS will take you to different places around the world. From Far Far Away to New York City, you can definitely fulfill your wanderlust in Singapore. Resorts World Sentosa is currently giving away freebies worth SGD38 for every ticket purchased. Moreover, they are currently running a packaged deal where you get a free season pass for every adult ticket purchased. The season pass entitles visitors unlimited entries into the theme park for 6 months. For more information, visit https://www.rwsentosa.com/en/attractions/universal-studios-singapore/promotions-and-events

 

Conclusion

The coronavirus travel ban has definitely grounded many flights. But let’s not let it ground the Singaporean spirit.

During this difficult time, it is important to remain vigilant, keep up a high standard of hygiene and stay a safe distance from each other. Avoid touching your face and remember to sanitize your hands after interacting with high contact touchpoints. If you are feeling unwell, be responsible and do not go out but see a doctor instead. Comply with stay-home notices issued by the Ministry of Health (MOH) and wear a mask if necessary. Support local if you can, take care of yourself, stay healthy and hydrated. We can get through this together!

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