This can be done via booking platforms or counters islandwide and you will need to have your SingPass account ready.
Singaporeans aged 18 and above will be able to redeem their $100 SingapoRediscovers vouchers and check their balance from Dec 1.
This can either be done online or at physical counters set up across the island for those who may need assistance.
Eligible users can spend these vouchers on approved hotels, attractions and tours in Singapore from Dec 1 to June 2021. However, these vouchers cannot be used for cruises, retail shop purchases or food and beverage items.
To browse and book staycations, one will have to go through these online booking platforms: Changi Travel Services, GlobalTix, Traveloka, Trip.com and Klook, in partnership with UOB Travel Planners.
Eligible products will be marked with the SingapoRediscovers Vouchers icon, said the Singapore Tourism Board (STB).
As for the redemption process, users will have the option of using the vouchers, which come in denominations of $10, at checkout after selecting a product.
They will be redirected to a government website to verify their identity with SingPass as well as select the value of vouchers to use. A voucher code will be generated and this must be entered at the checkout page of the booking website.
In addition, adult Singaporeans will be able to purchase up to six subsidised tickets, each at $10 off, for attractions and tours for those under 18 years of age.
STB said all eligible Singapore citizens will receive a letter with information about how they can redeem the vouchers in due course.
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