Sentosa giving each Singapore household two Sentosa Fun Passes to celebrate National Day

To celebrate National Day 2020, Sentosa will be giving away two complimentary Sentosa Fun Passes to each Singapore household starting tomorrow (1 August 2020).

Each Sentosa Fun Pass comes with 10 tokens, which can be used to off-set the admission fee of attractions in the sunny island.

Here is the list of some of the attractions:

  • Adventure Cove Waterpark
  • AJ Hackett Sentosa (From 10 Tokens)
  • Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom (From 5 Tokens)
  • Gogreen Bicycle / Segway (From 5 Tokens)
  • Hard Rock Hotel Singapore Sessions
  • Hotel Michael Fratelli Pizzeria
  • iFly Singapore (From 5 Tokens)
  • Ola Beach Club
  • One Faber Group
  • Madame Tussauds Singapore (From 5 Tokens)
  • Mega Adventure Park (From 5 Tokens)
  • Nestopia (10 Tokens)
  • S.E.A Aquarium (10 Tokens)
  • Sentosa 4D AdventureLand
  • Sentosa Cable Car (From 20 Tokens)
  • Singapore Island Bus Tour (10 Tokens)
  • Trick Eye Museum (From 5 Tokens)
  • Wings of Time (From 15 Tokens)

Do note the tokens in Sentosa Fun Pass cannot be combined and has to be redeemed by 31 March 2021.

Free Sentosa Fun Pass
When: Before 31 March 2021
Who: For all Singapore households
What: 2 X FREE Sentosa Fun Pass (10 Token Each)
How: Register online here

Images from Sentosa Singapore

Popular Hong Kong Bakery Hang Heung to open its first overseas shop in ION Orchard

Popular Hong Kong bakery Hang Heung, famous for its sweetheart cake (老婆饼) will be opening its first overseas shop in Ion Orchard.

The famous Hang Heung bakery has eight outlets in Hong Kong. It’s Singapore outlet is expected to open by end August or early September this year.

In addition, the Hong Kong bakery will be taking part in the Mooncake Festival pop-up kiosk at Raffles City from 24 Aug 2020, offering a 15%  early bird mooncake discount.

Hang Heung Bakery Opening
When: Approximately end Aug – Early Sept 2020
Where: ION Orchard, #B4-33

IKEA Alexandra Offering S$2.50 breakfast, featuring different dish each day

With IKEA’s restaurant reopening after the circuit breaker, the Alexandra branch is now offering  S$2.50 for its local breakfast options.

Each day, a new breakfast dish is featured. Here’s the daily menu:

Breakfast hours at IKEA Alexandra is from 9AM – 11AM.

Where: IKEA Alexandra
When: Daily, 9AM – 11AM
What: S$2.50 Local breakfast

Night Safari offering 50% OFF tickets to Singapore Citizens and PRs from now till 31 July 2020

From now till 31 July 2020, the Singapore Night Safari is offering 50% discount on its tickets to Singaporean, PRs and holders of employment pass, work permit or dependent pass.

The tickets purchased are valid for visits from 30 July 2020 to 31 October 2020.

To enjoy the promotion, simply key in promo code NSWILD50OFF at the check-out page.

Here are the attractions at Night Safari.

50% OFF Night Safari
What: Usual Price – Adult (~S$46) | Child (~$31)
Where: Night Safari Website

Images from Night Safari

Moneymax Brands Festival offering Jewelleries up to 80% OFF

From now till 29 July 2020, Jewelry retailer, Moneymax, is offering up to 80% discount on its jewelries as part of its ‘Brands Festival Sale’.

Notably, they are retailing their gold pendants at half price. Here’s the 18K Gold selection:

Here’s the 916 Gold:

And the prestigious 999 Pure Gold:

Moneymax Brands Festival Sale
What: Up to 80% OFF
When: Till 29 July 2020
Where: Moneymax Shopee

Images from Moneymax



Cathay Cineplexes to offer 1-for-1 weekend movie tickets for the entire month of August

Cathay Cineplexes box offices will be offering movie-goers 1-for-1 movie tickets (~S$13) every weekend (Saturdays and Sundays) for the entire month of August.

This promotion is available for the first 800 redemptions every weekend and must be purchased with PAssion POSB Debit Card. The 1-for-1 movie tickets must also be for the same movie and show date and time.

In addition, this promotion is not valid for online bookings and not valid for 3D movies, Tamil/Hindi films and movies screened at the Platinum Movie Suites and other discounts.

Here are the Cathay Cinemas:

  • The Cathay
  • Cineleisure
  • Causeway Point
  • AMK Hub
  • Downtown East
  • West Mall
  • JEM
  • Parkway Parade

No idea what to watch? Here are the top 5 horror movies showing in cinemas now.

Images from Cathay Cineplexes

Downtown East Carpark to be converted into Drive-In Cinema, airing The Greatest Showman

On 8 August 2020, the open-air Begonia carpark (Pasir Ris) will be converted into a drive-in cinema from 7.30pm.

Admission is charged by per car of 5 pax. Each admission pass is S$20.80. The price of admission includes two burgers and drinks from Ministry Of Burgers. The food and beverages would also be served by waiters on rollerskates.

In addition, the movie’s audio will be played through your car via a dedicated radio channel.

You can get your tickets here.

Editor Update (25 Jul): The car admission passes have been sold out. Walk-ins are allowed, subjected to availability.

Editor Update (3 Aug): This event has been cancelled. More details here.

Yishun Warehouse Clearance Sale, plushies and toys up to 70% OFF

From today (24 July 2020) to 26 July 2020, Sweet Dream Warehouse (Yishun) is offering up 70% off for a variety of toys. Items are going from as low as S$5.

Here’s a picture of some of the plushies on sale:

The warehouse has a rich collection of plushies including characters from Sanrio, Disney and popular anime shows.

Besides soft toys, the warehouse also features LEGO blocks and action toy figurines:

There are also activity and story books for kids at a discount:

Sweet Dream Warehouse Clearance
When: 24 July – 27 July 2020, 11AM – 7PM
Where: 15 Yishun Industrial Street 1, #05-14 (S) 768091

Images from Sweet Dream Warehouse

Naiise Is Offering Up To 70% Discount, including Local-Themed Merchandise to warm the cockles of our hearts

From now till 15 August 2020, Naiise, a creative marketplace offering more than 5,000 unique products is having a sale of up to 70% OFF, including its local themed merchandise.

Here are 5 of my favorites:

5) HDB Memo Pad (S$11.81)

The famous Rochor HDB flats, immortalized with this memo pad.

4) Bo Lui T-Shirt (S$25.50)

Bo Lui, is the popular Hokkien phrase literally meaning “no money”. Wondering if I will get a pay rise if I wear this to office?

Editor Note: Nope – Boss

3) Happiness Candy Cushion (S$51.21)

The White Rabbit Candy has been a popular sweet growing up. This cushion is a perfect happy pill! Cover is removable, in case of salivating.

2) Doobsta’ Bean Bag Macaron Series (S$134.10)

This beanbag comes in three sizes and each has an inner durable fabric bag and a removable outer cover which you can wash, or change, with your mood. Very useful especially most of us are still WFM.

1) Adult LED Outdoor Rabbit Chair (S$577.80)

This LED rabbit chair, which comes in white with 16 RGB colours, is pretty useless to us. But it looks pretty and the kids would love it!

You can browse your favourite merchandise here.

Images from Naiise Singapore.