We know it’s going to be a wave of places to go, faces to greet and festive goodies to feast on this Lunar New Year. Our secret to staying calm and gathered during the celebratory rush is to take time out and head somewhere that offers a different level of fun and relaxation, depending on what you’re looking for. Our stop – Downtown East, where the salt-tinged breeze from the nearby beach induces a holiday mood!
D’Resort Early Birds’ Promotion
Thinking of sneaking away from the home but not out of the country for a little unwinding? Check-in to D’Resort for their Stay More and Save More promotion. It comes with a minimum of three consecutive nights which offers a whopping 30 per cent off!
Rooms booked under this promotion are non-refundable. Visit the D’Resort website and make your booking now!
If you are still longing for some feeds, you’ve come to the right spot. Downtown East is serving up various Yu Sheng promotions – Take a bite into Café 69’s Fusion Red Snapper Yu Sheng or you can head to Segar Restaurant for their Abalone Yu Sheng.
Eateries like Eighteen Chefs and Breeze Café & Ice Cream Stop will also be plating up their own specials.
Swensen’s will be going all festive with its dine-in or takeaway Yu Sheng sets while you can pick up festive sweets and treats at Starbucks and TheJellyHearts.
For something a little different, why not indulge in a festive movie deal at the Cathay Cineplexes, with F&B vouchers included.
For a full listing of the promotions and prices, visit the Downtown East’s auspicious deals page.
Orchid Bowl Special
If you’re looking for some physical activity to burn those holiday calories, have a go at bowling. With Orchid Bowl’s Lunar New Year special, purchase one hour of bowling at $20 per lane and enjoy another one hour of free bowling! Get the family and friends together in a different setting this season to stir up some enjoyable moments.
Available on weekdays before 2pm at Orchid Bowl @ Our Tampines Hub. Call 6385 7080 for bookings, or visit the Orchid Bowl promotions page.
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