Get the most out of your SingapoRediscovers Vouchers (SRV) with Traveloka

Ever since I’ve been doing this ‘adulting’ gig, I’ve found myself clamouring for discounts and deals alike. You know, that big ‘auntie’ energy as I would like to put it. The feeling of saving those couple of extra bucks and getting that cashback is a feeling like no other and Traveloka has got a deal for you.

If you are still wondering what to do with your SingapoRediscovers Vouchers, here are some clever ways you can combine them with your credit or debit cards for that satisfying bang for your buck.

Picture of deluxe room Traveloka Pan Pacific 1
Credit – Pan Pacific

I love a staycation as much as the next girl, and even better when there’s a well-placed discount. If we are talking where to go for and it would have to be Pan Pacific Singapore. The luxurious rooms are only the half of it; what you’ll want to go for is the Pan Pacific Singapore’s ‘Tastefully Yours’ Package.

In this package, you’ll get dining credit that’s 100% equivalent to the room rate, which in this case is S$400 nett. That means you’ll get S$400 to feast at either the Atrium, Hai Tien Lo, Keyaki, Edge, Pacific Marketplace, or even In-room Dining. Yes, this is permission to feast to your heart’s desire.

Exterior of Keyaki restaurantTraveloka Pan Pacific 2
Credit – Pan Pacific

I know where I’ll be, it will be the calming enclave of Keyaki. The tranquil pavilion will make for an excellent picture and offers a wide array of Japanese delights such as Bento, Gozen & Teppanyaki menus for fuss-free lunch options.

If you’re still not convinced, let me do a little math for you. So, it will be S$400 for your Deluxe Room, giving you S$400 dining credit. This is where your SingapoRediscovers Vouchers and special bank discounts come in.

Let’s knock off another S$100 from your SingapoRediscovers Vouchers and another S$15 from your DBS coupon or any other selected bank card. Then, yes there’s more, let’s take away another S$10 with our special promo code (more details about that later). That means you’ll only be paying only S$275 for your Deluxe Room and a S$400 dining credit. Now, that’s bang for your buck, alright.

Just a note, this package is valid from Sundays to Thursdays and will be available till 31 March 2021. Alright, at this point you might be already confirming schedules and googling how to use your SingapoRediscovers Vouchers. Never fear, book it through Traveloka, and it will be an effortless process.

To further add to your staycation, why not book an experience with Traveloka to soak up all that Singapore has to offer.

Shot of two participants hanging mid-air with harnesses wearing VR googles

For a true escape, why not spend some time at HeadRock VR—where the world of virtual reality awaits. Go on exotic jungle cruises, river rafting and while you’re at it shoot some zombie as well. It’s the theme park of the future, and we are all for it.

For something a little less physically intensive, spend an adventurous day at Singapore Zoo. From electric blue geckos to African lions, the animal kingdom is where it’s at. If that doesn’t pique your interest, immerse yourself in the 20,000m3 Rainforest biodome. Trust me; it’s an experience like no other.

Screen shot of S$100 SingapoRediscover voucher Traveloka

Okay, now with all these tips and tricks this is how you use them on Traveloka. First, you’ll have to book your hotel of choice with SingapoRediscovers Vouchers.

Then, you can apply your relative bank coupons. If you have a DBS/POSB Credit or Debit Cards, for example, you would use the code ‘DBSSRVH’ for staycations and ‘DBSSRVX’ for experiences. Of course, if you have other bank cards, Traveloka has coupons for them too, and you can find them here.

Screen shot of promo codes applied to Pan Pacific Package

Remember that promo code we talk about earlier? Well, here it is. For the first 100 SETHLUI readers, Traveloka will be gifting S$10 for hotel packages without a minimum spend. All you have to do is to quote ‘TVLKSL’ when you pay, and the fun awaits. Do note that this is eligible for hotel bookings only.

*This post is brought to you in partnership with Traveloka.