When people talk about vacation, some think of going abroad or travelling to far places. However, what we don’t know is that vacation could actually happen at home or just around town. As long as you are doing something that makes you feel relaxed and away from the stress of school and work, then you are on a vacation. Today, we are going to give you staycation ideas that could do in Singapore.
But first, one of the hotels worth mentioning for a staycation is Bay Hotel Singapore. The Bay Hotel staycation package offers many amenities, such as a swimming pool and gym that overlooks Sentosa Island. There is also a great variety of food served, and other reviews for the staycation so far have been largely positive. If you are looking for good staycation deals you should check them out.
Next, The Asian Parent is going to share to us three unique staycation ideas in Singapore.
3 unique staycation ideas in Singapore
Dreaming of a perfect staycation that does not cost a bomb? Here are some ideas to consider…
Fancy a staycation on an island with a sandy beach and lagoon for swimming? In a holiday bungalow that can accommodate 10 people and which costs less than $20 per day?
Didn’t manage to book holidays for the long weekend or school holidays? Fret not – we have put together some unique staycation ideas for you and your loved ones.
- An idyllic getaway at St. John’s Island
The treasures of St. John’s and Lazarus Islands await you. Linked by a causeway, the 2 islands offer a wonderful respite from the hectic pace of our urban jungle. The coconut trees and benches on St. John’s Island; and the white sand beach and turquoise waters of Lazarus Islands are some of Singapore’s best-kept secrets. It is said that St. John’s Island was once considered a candidate for today’s Sentosa Cove as we know it. Read more here.
The three staycation ideas mentioned above are: an idyllic getaway at St. John’s Island, Hometeam NS Adventure center, and Treehouse Villas at Changi. These places are all children friendly that is why we could take the whole family in. Next up, Revathie Dhanabalan will now share to us great staycation ideas for long weekends in Singapore.
Great Staycation Ideas for Long Weekends in Singapore 2017
Looking for a weekend getaway from Singapore? Nothing beats a luxurious staycation while roaming around the familiar malls and streets of Singapore! And as a bonus, you get to use your SAFRA membership to lock in these accommodations at SAFRA member rates when you book online. Here is a list of four luxurious staycations in Singapore to make the best of the seven long weekend holidays in 2017.
Weekend Idea #1: Family Fun at Siloso Beach Resort
A Sentosa staycation may just be what the family needs. Conveniently located along Siloso Beach on the island of Sentosa, Siloso Beach Resort offers villa rooms and a rooftop terrace facing the stunning South China sea, surrounded by lush foliage. Relax with your kids and enjoy amenities such as the natural spring water swimming pool or book an Eco Tour to learn more about their green initiatives such as the green sanctuary where gardening staff grow plants and herbs. Accompanied with SAFRA Members’ Exclusive deal, you can enjoy their Deluxe Room with Breakfast, Lunch/Dinner and Eco Tour from just $190++. Read more here.
Your long weekends would really be a waste if you will not do something exciting. There are four weekend ideas given above and you can choose what you want to do with the whole family. However, there are really times when you can’t do anything but stay at home. That is why Jonn Coolidge is going to tell us how to kick back, relax and vacation, at home.
How to Kick Back, Relax, and Vacation at Home
Put the World On Hold
- Take time out—literally. Eliminating reminders of time helps wipe away the stress of the daily grind, says Amy McDonald, spa director of El Monte Sagrado, in Taos, New Mexico. Gather up all the clocks in your house and stash them in a dresser drawer. Throw your watch in next to them. Leave them there for the whole day (or two, or five).
- Turn off the ringers on your phones and mute the answering machine. Check messages only when you want to, keeping in mind that “not at all” is always an option.
- Do an “out of the office” message for your e-mail (even if your office is a corner of the playroom). Say you won’t be checking your e-mail till you’re back from vacation. Then power down the computer and throw a towel over it. Read more here.
Staying at home could also really be relaxing as long as you really keep yourself out of work. Keep everything that involves work away from you. Just relax and have time for yourself. In this way, you could also enjoy a peaceful home and a peaceful mind. Vacation doesn’t have happen outside home. But if you ever get a chance to have a getaway or a vacation outside your home, don’t deprive yourself from it.