Validity of SingapoRediscovers Vouchers extended to end-March, bookings must be made by Dec 31

SINGAPORE: The deadline for visits utilizing SingapoRediscovers Vouchers (SRV) has been extended to Mar 31, 2022, however bookings must be made by Dec 31. Announcing this on Monday (Nov 22), the Singapore Tourism Board (STB) mentioned: “We perceive that some Singaporeans could not have been ready to use their SRVs due to decreased group sizes and capability limits at tourism institutions. “This extension allows Singaporeans more time to enjoy their SRV experiences.” This follows a earlier extension to Dec 31.  The voucher scheme, which was launched to enhance the tourism sector amid COVID-19, was initially slated to expire on the finish of June. Every Singaporean aged 18 and above had acquired S$100 price of tourism vouchers, which may be used on staycations, attraction tickets and excursions.  STB mentioned that from Monday, more reserving slots will be added by the 5 authorised reserving companions viz, Changi Recommends, GlobalTix, Klook, Traveloka and  “We strongly encourage Singaporeans to plan ahead and book their experiences early, especially for the upcoming festive season and school holidays in December and March,” mentioned the company. Those who need assistance to make bookings can go to bodily SRV counters throughout Singapore earlier than Dec 31. They must deliver their authentic identification paperwork. (*31*) Jan 1, 2022, the authorised reserving companions will not settle for tourism bookings made utilizing the vouchers, mentioned STB, including that each one bodily counters will be closed.  

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