SINGAPORE (Jan 23): If you are ever stumped as to what to do for the weekend, why not rediscover Singapore? The city has much to offer, and for the first time, the Leisure Pass Group will be making its foray into Southeast Asia with the launch of their brand new “Go Singapore” pass.

Already one of the top multi-attraction passes in many major cities across the world, including London, Barcelona, Paris, New York and more, the Go Singapore app offers travellers savings of up to 52% on entry to over 35 of the city-state’s most popular attractions and experiences.

The attractions include Universal Studios Singapore, Singapore Cable Car, Gardens by the Bay, Singapore Zoo, and more.  With the Go Singapore pass, travellers only need one digital pass to enter all attractions, paying nothing at the gate and saving up to 52% compared to buying tickets separately. 

There are also Pass types to suit every budget, giving travellers the ability to personalise the pass by choosing the activities and sites they’re most excited about. 

“We’re aggressively expanding our product portfolio in Asia and Singapore was an obvious choice, with its multitude of world-class attractions and yearly tourist arrivals amounting to 18M, a number that is triple of Singapore’s population. Sightseeing should always be simple and affordable to everyone – our passes are paired with the latest technology to provide our customers with quicker access to the best attractions and better discounts”, says Ted Stimpson, CEO of Leisure Pass Group. 

The Leisure Pass Group will also expand into Bangkok and Kuala Lumpur by 2020, further increasing its presence in Southeast Asia.

There are two versions of the Go Singapore pass, each one designed for a different type of travel style: 

All-Inclusive: Sightseers who want to save big and tackle as much of the island as possible can opt for this pass, available to purchase for a span of two to seven days. This is a great option for travellers who like to be spontaneous on vacation, since they can decide which attractions to visit that day. A two-day adult pass starts at $249 and a two-day child pass starts at $199. 

Explorer: This pass is designed for travellers who prefer to take their time and explore a few select attractions. Available for three to seven attractions which travelers can choose before heading out on vacation, it’s a smart choice for travellers who like to plan out their itinerary ahead of time. A three-choice adult pass starts at $139 and a three-choice child pass starts at $99.