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TRAVEL TIPS FOR YOUR MARINA BAY SANDS STAY

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 18 Apr 2019  


We round up the best deals around Marina Bay Sands to stretch your dollar, from half-price cocktails and hotel packages to lunch deals.    
 

Drink and dine for less 


Food is the (scrumptious, char-kissed) metaphorical glue that binds Singapore, a multiracial society laden with some of the world’s best eats – from local hawker fare to Michelin-starred plates. But you’d get far more bang for your buck with these dining deals around Marina Bay Sands. 
 
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Kick back with post-work drinks on Tuesdays with selected half-price cocktails from 6pm to 9pm at Marina Bay Sands’ slew of bars and lounges.

Whether it’s sipping a Night King cocktail at LAVO Italian Restaurant & Rooftop Bar amidst sky-grazing landmarks or cosying up for a Cherry Slinger over at Renku Bar & Lounge, Social Hour is an excellent way to go bar-hopping for quality handcrafted drinks.

Be sure to also peruse these wine dinner offers on other days. 

 

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Even if you aren’t a guest of the hotel, indulging is dangerously easy with daily lunch dining specials from just S$10.70++. Alternatively, Rasapura Masters offers excellent local dishes in a food court setting with views of the interactive art installation, Digital Light Canvas.

Be sure to also keep an astute eye out for scores of seasonal dining specials all through the year at Bread Street Kitchen by Gordon Ramsay and Black Tap Craft Burgers & Beer, among many others.

Bundle up with packages

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Let’s be real: bundle deals don’t always guarantee savings. But these hotel packages certainly do, particularly if you’re looking for discounted entertainment to complement your stay at Marina Bay Sands.

The Splash into Summer offeris one such package; it’s S$40 off per night stayed and includes complimentary entry to key attractions such as the Sands SkyPark Observation Deck and famed Infinity Pool, alongside a host of other guest privileges
 
Phantom of the Opera

If you’re planning to catch a Broadway or West End musical – some upcoming favourites include Phantom of the Opera, Aladdin and CATS – you might consider a Show and Dine or Show and Stay package. The former includes dinner options at Adrift, CUT by Wolfgang Puck and db Bistro & Oyster Bar, while the latter eases the booking process by combining a musical and room of your choice. 
 

Rewards for days

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A visit to Marina Bay Sands likely means inevitable purchases – whether souvenirs for the extended family, drinks on the rooftop, or 1-for-1 tickets to the ArtScience Museum.

Which is why we’re rather fans of the Sands Rewards Lifestyle programme, which offers Reward Dollars across over 200 shops and restaurants, on top of hotel stays. New sign-ups enjoy added perks, too, such as complimentary petit fours at db Bistro & Oyster Bar, and 20% off admission tickets for two to the Sands SkyPark Observation Deck.

Beyond, dining privileges may include credit card offers; at present, these include Citibank and Standard Chartered, so always ask before paying for your meal. 

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