Live The Big Life For Less
Her World Singapore|November 2020
Don't fret if you’re in need of a five-star lifestyle, and your bank balance is feeling decidedly three. Financial lifestyle blogger DAWN CHER susses out savvy ways to indulge in SG.
Dawn Cher

Enjoy the Marina Bay

Sands infinity pool without the

crowds.

With so many exciting promotions on offer now that restrictions are being lifted and many businesses have resumed, there’s never been a better time to treat yourself to some self-care. Think staycays, spas, fine dining, fitness memberships and car ownership. We’ve singled out worthy deals that let you live the high life in the most discerning way. While at it, don’t forget to swipe your credit card to chalk up some cashback or miles!

1 GO ON A FIVE-STAR STAYCAY

Work-from-home sounded like a great idea at first, until the lines between your work and personal life started to blur. To satisfy that craving for a getaway to someplace new, check out these discounted five-star staycation packages and support our hospitality sector at the same time.

•W Hotel

Yearning to wake up to island vibes or endless sea views? Stay at Sentosa Cove with W Hotel’s 1-bedroom suites from $380 a night under the Suites Temptation package. This includes complimentary breakfast, $100 dining credit, access to spa facilities and a rollaway child bed if you’re going as a family. The pool, which is among the largest hotel pools in Singapore, is open 24/7 and capped at 20 percent of the hotel’s occupancy due to safe distancing measures. Water slide, anyone?

Price From $380/night with $100 dining credit

Valid for stays till Dec 30, 2020

•Raffles Hotel

Most of us would dream of staying at this majestic hotel, which recently underwent a stunning interior design revamp. With 50 percent off the second night’s stay in its Reflections of Raffles package, now’s the best time to live that dream. Rates start from $660 a night, including daily breakfast for two at Tiffin Room and a dinner set menu of local delights at The Grand Lobby. As part of Raffles Hotel’s 133rd birthday celebration, you can take a trishaw ride in the historical precincts around the hotel as depicted in historian Leslie Danker’s memoir A Life Intertwined. You’ll also receive an autographed copy of the book as a memento of your nostalgic getaway.

Price From $880/night; 50 per cent off second night

Valid for stays till Dec 13, 2020

•The Fullerton Hotel

Treat yourself to a luxurious experience at The Fullerton Hotel Singapore with The Perfect Staycation package at $430 a night (Heritage Room) and $100 dining credit. Spend your afternoon relaxing at The Fullerton Spa with 20 percent off spa treatments, sleep undisturbed in the heart of the city, and wake up to complimentary daily breakfast. You can also upgrade to a suite ($590 a night) with a free second-night stay, and eat your heart out at a complimentary breakfast with free flow of sparkling wine, a delish afternoon tea, as well as evening cocktails and canapes. Price $430/night (Heritage Room) with $100 dining credit Valid for stays till Dec 30, 2020

•Marina Bay Sands

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