Lesser-Frequented Attractions to Visit With SingapoRediscovers Vouchers

5 Lesser-Frequented Attractions to Visit With Your SingapoRediscovers Vouchers

You can even discover an underground bunker from the WWII period!

The SingapoRediscovers vouchers have given us the perfect opportunity to go out and about to rediscover our little red dot. That said, the task of planning the perfect outing can get confusing with so many attractions for you to choose from. Why not enjoy a fulfilling day-cation by visiting these lesser-frequented attractions in Singapore? What better way to enjoy a true tourist experience than by discovering attractions you haven’t visited before!

1. Unveil World War II secrets at Battlebox

Ever wondered what it was like to live a soldier’s life during World War II? Well, an exploration of The Battlebox, a former WWII British underground command centre in Singapore, is the perfect attraction for you. Think of it as a history lesson with real-life elements to guide you through the learning process! As you venture into this authentic underground command centre, you’ll uncover the tensions and true causes behind the decision to capitulate the “Singapore Fortress” on 15 February 1942. 

Image credit: The Battlebox

Explore the many rooms and corridors, and view wartime artifacts as you walk through the bunker. Visitors can enjoy a 30-minute guided tour and then continue to explore the bunker on their own! As part of the guided tour, you’ll be able to discover the reason behind the fall of Malaya and Singapore in WWII as well as learn about the functioning of the underground command centre. Redeem your visit to this lesser-frequented attraction with your SingapoRediscovers vouchers and attend a walk through history that you are sure to enjoy! 

2. Discover nature at the Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom

When we think of nature and wildlife, what most often comes to mind is the Singapore Zoo, Jurong Bird Park, and Night Safari. So why not take a different route and explore the world of insects, butterflies, and critters! Visit the Butterfly Park and Insect Kingdom, located amidst the lush tropical greenery of Sentosa, and treat your eyes to some stunning visuals. The ideal location for creepy-crawly enthusiasts, curious minds, and nature-lovers, this park is home to thousands of different insect varieties.

That’s not all, this beautiful park also has gorgeous flower displays and stunning waterfalls that make for picture-perfect backgrounds. Learn about over 3,000 of the rarest and most endangered species of insects, walk amidst 1,500 live butterflies at the butterfly park and even learn about the life cycle of a butterfly. There’s more than just arthropods at the Butterfly Park and Insect Kingdom. The aviary at this park consists of flamboyant jungle parrots and exclusive areas dedicated to reptiles. This park remains one of the lesser-frequented attractions in Sentosa and is redeemable with the SingapoRediscovers vouchers!

Visit this park for an immersive experience and insight into the different branches of the animal kingdom! Looking to convert your nature experience into a fun-filled outing? Turn your visit to Sentosa into a day-cation experience! Explore the wonders of the S.E.A Aquarium™ and enjoy early entry into Universal Studios Singapore when you redeem the daycation package with Trip.com. What’s more, you can enjoy a limited edition Sesame Street Bag with your purchase! Nature trip, the sea world, and amusement park rides – need we say more?

3. Walk & Play on air at Airzone

Have you ever wanted to be an astronaut and experience walking on the moon? It would be fair to say that your trip to Airzone will certainly come close to an indoor space experience! This is the world’s first indoor atrium net playground and one of the lesser-frequented sports adventure attractions that can be redeemed with your SingapoRediscovers vouchers. A suitable experience for all ages, as part of your visit here, you can enjoy various activities and unique games on an elevated playground with themed zones. 

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Enjoy moon walking on the floaty, bouncy nets, rest on the elastic nets, kick-off on the net with their inflatable goal post and giant ball, and even crawl through a 3D maze! Live the “airstronaut” experience when you fall and bounce of the nets, almost like a zero-gravity experience, and end with an exhilarating ride down the big slide! A unique playground experience for the kids, and the perfect way for adults to explore their inner child. We sure hope that you are as excited as us to explore this unique attraction! 

Also read: 5 SG Getaways to Embark On With Your SingapoRediscovers Vouchers For the Complete Singapoliday!

4. Enter a Virtual World at Changi Experience Studio

We are sure you must have photographed the rain vortex, queued up for delicious burgers at Shake Shack, and made your way through the various retail stores at Jewel Changi Airport by now. But that shouldn’t stop you from coming back here to visit the Changi Experience Studio! Experience a journey of fun and discovery through this exciting virtual world. This lesser-frequented attraction at Jewel Changi Airport features stunning projection experiences, interactive games, and immersive shows, all redeemable with the SingapoRediscovers vouchers. 

Image credit: Jewel Changi Airport

Uncover interesting facts about Singapore’s aviation history, horticulture, baggage handling systems, and airfield management at Changi Airport as you walk amidst a nature fest. Or battle it out in a thrilling race on the “Amazing Runway” and pedal your way to a glorious win! You can even try your hand at running the various systems such as cabin baggage screening through interactive games. There is certainly no dearth of activities for you to try through state-of-the-art technology that is a first in Singapore and Asia. Sounds enticing enough for us to start making plans!

5. View iconic designs at the Red Dot Design Museum

The Marina Bay area is not just about the mesmerising views and magnificent skyscrapers. It is also home to one of the lesser-frequented attractions of the area: the Red Dot Design Museum! Home to over 1,000 local projects, products, and creations, this museum visit is redeemable with the SingapoRediscovers vouchers. This museum’s stellar architecture and geometrical influences are truly a visual treat. Together with its sister museum in Essen, Singapore’s Red Dot Design Museum forms the world’s largest display of contemporary design. 

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Image credit: Red Dot Design Museum

Miss travelling? This museum takes you on a world tour featuring concepts from Belgium to Japan. Design lovers and architecture aficionados can rejoice at the museum shop. A treasure trove for unique local souvenirs, visitors can purchase a piece of art synonymous with the museum displays. You can even enjoy a beverage at the museum’s Cafe Bar which is also decorated with Red Dot-awarded furniture and design implements. A classy learning journey, visually pleasing interiors, and architectural masterpieces do promise an enriching experience, doesn’t it?

Image credit: Red Dot Design Museum

While in the Marina Bay district, you can also explore the more famous attractions like Gardens by the Bay. For a more physically exerting sightseeing experience, redeem a Marina Bay night bike tour with your SingapoRediscovers vouchers when you book through Traveloka. Are you geared up for this scenic bike ride?

Don’t miss out on exploring these lesser-frequented attractions with your SingapoRediscovers vouchers. With each attraction entailing a fresh, new adventure, you are sure to enjoy an optimum sightseeing experience! From uncovering hidden bunkers and venturing into nature parks to enjoying unique sports adventures and witnessing architectural wonders, this rediscovery experience is sure to be a fulfilling one. We’ve started planning our attractions visit, have you?


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Shreya Nair
Shreya Nair

Shreya believes that travelling is about making long-lasting memories. Her favourite part about travelling to a new country is collecting postcards and documenting her experiences. The immortality of the written word is what fuelled her love for writing. She hopes to someday combine her passion for writing and travelling!


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