Singapore Travel Tips

Save Money When You Travel To Singapore With Picodi

Written by Boss Wang

Traveling ought to be one of the highest expenses for everyone yearly. Believe me, it is everyone’s aim to be able to save money when they travel. As frequent travelers ourselves, we are always on the lookout for ideas and ways on how we can save more money and travel smarter. Why spend more when you can get the same thing at a cheaper cost? And this is not some scam, this is real! Smart travel savvy people are spending much less than you do!

Picodi is one of the world largest online discount platform. Find deals, coupons, discounts and more.

Today, let me show you some ideas on how you can travel and explore Singapore the smarter, and cost effective way! Hope this can help you guys some bucks when you travel to Singapore next time. Introducing Picodi, an online discount platform that publishes online coupons to help people save money. We have come across Picodi several months back and we are quite impressed by their website and the quality of the discounts and deals. In their platform, you can find tons of working coupons ranging from shopping, dining to traveling.

If you are planning to visit Singapore, you will love these travel hacks. Don’t forget to ping me and buy some beer if it helps. First, check out the travel & transport category in Picodi website. If you had not bookmarked it yet. Do so now! This page is all you need to travel smart.

Booking Your Flight To Singapore

You can find several airlines promotions in Picodi. One of the favorite budget airlines is Singapore Fly Scoot. Every Monday/Tuesday, can you find flights at promotional rates.

Booking Your Accommodation

For us, we use normally use Expedia and Agoda for our hotel booking. In Picodi, you can find a list of available codes for instant savings.

Look at this below, you can save $100 off instantly when you book with Expedia via VISA. I bet a majority of the travelers will miss this out if they had not done much research online.

Explore Singapore

If you plan to visit Singapore, you know that is a great place to eat, drink and play. Instead of booking some tour package, I will definitely recommend touring the island yourselves or through some unique local experiences. Here are some recommended activities that you may like.

Nanyang Old Coffee Experience – $2 Only

Credits: Nanyang Old Coffee

Singapore is popular for our coffee “Kopi” culture. Learn how to brew Singapore traditional coffee with just $2!

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Singapore Chinatown Tricycle Night –  From US$54.40

Credits: Expedia

You can enjoy the night street life of Singapore Chinatown by riding on a Tricycle.

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Universal Studios Singapore – US$43.60

One cannot miss out going to Universal Studios in Resort World Sentosa when visiting Singapore. Forget about getting the tickets from the official website, get it here at just US$43.60, which is around 10% cheaper.

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Gardens By The Bay – US$9.70

Get ready for the futuristic world in Gardens by bay located in Marina Bay. Indulge yourself in a myriad of flora and garden artistry. This is a must visit for every nature lover.

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Singapore Zoo

If you love animals, make a visit to Singapore Zoo, one of the best maintained and popular zoos in Asia. You can save 15% OFF tickets, 55% off multi-park tickets, $12 off breakfast in zoo and more.

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Grab & Uber Codes

I would definitely encourage tourist to take our MRT (Mass Rapid Transport) trains. Singapore is a small place and attractions places are well connected and accessible via our trains. Taking the MRT is the most cost effective way. However, sometimes if you don’t feel like commuting, you can check out some of these available Grab/Uber codes. It’s updated daily and you will be able to save some bucks by applying these codes.

Get Grab Codes | Get Uber Codes

Here are just some ways on how you can use Picodi to maximise your savings for your next trip to Singapore.

PS: Deals/discounts in this post are updated as at 1 Sep 2017.

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