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Wednesday 10 November 2021

Iconic Singapore resort styles packages for Australian visitors

Singapore gourmet and shopping hot spot Marina Bay Sands is set to welcome Australian visitors back as part of Singapore's extended Vaccinated Travel Lane (VTL) scheme.

The quarantine-free travel arrangement between the two countries signifies an important step forward to establish confidence in the gradual resumption of international leisure travel amidst the ongoing pandemic.

The integrated resort has tailored two destination packages for Australian visitors. 

"As one of Singapore's leading tourism icons, we are excited to welcome visitors from Australia back to experience what the city has to offer," said Paul Town, Chief Operating Officer for Marina Bay Sands. 

"Pre-Covid times, Australia was one of the top five source markets for both Singapore and Marina Bay Sands. The establishment of the VTL with Australia is an important moment and allows for some form of normalcy to return, in a controlled manner. 

"Over the last 20 months, Marina Bay Sands has been reinvesting heavily in our property to welcome back international travellers. We are confident that Marina Bay Sands' impressive line-up of offerings will provide a renewed hospitality experience for our guests, underscored by our commitment to provide a safe and clean environment."

Visitors from Australia can choose from two hotel offers and enjoy a range of perks across the integrated resort. 

Priced from S$399++ a night, the ongoing Book Direct and Save package guarantees savings of S$20 per night when guests book directly with Marina Bay Sands. Guests are also given the flexibility to cancel their stay up to two days before their stay date at no additional cost.

For a more comprehensive getaway, the Marina Bay Sands Reimagine package is priced from S$469++ per night (minimum two-night stay) and available for bookings from now until February 28, 2022. This package offers five complimentary experiences for every night of your stay - including all-access passes to the ArtScience Museum and weekday lunch at RISE Restaurant.

Since June 2020, The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands (silly name, that) has welcomed over 20 brand-new retailers and flagship stores, including the world's first Apple store to sit on water, American luxury menswear brand Thom Browne, Swiss timepiece manufacturer Bovet Fleurier and French luxury home-wear and silver-wear brand Christofle.

Singapore's largest luxury mall also celebrates the reopening of Philipp Plein, Bvlgari and Gucci's duplexes, bringing the mall's total number of luxury duplexes to 19. 

Food lovers are also catered for; including by Australian culinary legend Tetsuya Wakuda (above). 

His acclaimed two-Michelin starred restaurant Waku Ghin has re-opened its doors to showcase' Tetsuya's talents. 

From early 2022, new eatery Wakuda Singapore will also make its debut. It is the brainchild of the chef and restaurateur John Kunkel's 50 Eggs Hospitality Group. 

Roberta's Pizza, New York's swanky pizzeria known for its wood oven cooked signature pizzas, will be making its first foray outside of the United States with its new outlet at The Shoppes in early 2022.

Meanwhile, ArtScience Museum, a cultural landmark in Singapore, has launched a new permanent virtual reality (VR) gallery. 

Equipped with state-of-the-art VR headsets and controllers, the VR Gallery invites visitors to encounter unique immersive experiences from some of the world's most renowned artists, museums and film festivals. 

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