Singapore Tourism Board (STB) has launched “The Best Weekend Yet” campaign to encourage visits to Singapore over weekends and holiday periods throughout the year.

The campaign unveils exciting and upcoming line-ups that are in-store for Malaysians who are looking for a weekend getaway.


Like many Malaysians, we often visit Singapore to see friends and family over a weekend (best if it’s a long weekend) or a holiday period (Chinese New Year, Christmas, etc). It’s not that hard to get there, what with Singapore being just a stone’s throw away.

To help highlight Singapore’s attraction as a long weekend destination, who better to flaunt what Singapore has in store but Singaporean actor, Aaron Aziz? Showcasing both his time with his family as well as his friends, Aaron’s “Long Weekend” videos offer a glimpse into weekends in Singapore well spent.

Let’s not forget the new things to see/do/eat!


Among the many new attractions that have been/will launch in Singapore this year include the opening of the Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum and the highly anticipated National Gallery later this 2015.

National Gallery Singapore
National Gallery Singapore

In addition to that, culinary favourites such as Gordon Ramsay and David Myers have established new dining offerings in Singapore while local chefs such as André Chiang and Janice Wong of 2am:dessertbar and 2am:lab are making their mark internationally.

Think that a trip to Singapore could break your bank account and render you broke, considering the crazy currency exchange rate? Fret not! STB together with Singapore Airlines and a few popular attraction partners such as Genting Hotel Jurong, Sentosa, and Gardens by the Bay are offering great travel deals just for Malaysians. The deals include flights, accommodation, and entrance tickets to attractions and more!

In not so many words, STB’s partnerships will allow you to fly to Singapore from RM 448 and receive up to 30% off hotel bookings 🙂

It’s not too late to book a trip for the remaining long weekends in 2015 or to plan for the long weekends in 2016! Malaysian visitors can look for more information of the travel deals via the Jom Singapore microsite.

Featured image from Your Singapore’s Facebook page.

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