Issue 117 Nov 2020 - Jan 2021 MCI (P)064/03/2020
A P U B L I C A T I O N O F T H E G R A S S R O O T S ’ C L U B
Concierge / General Enquiries
Booking of Multi-Purpose Hall / Banquet Hall / Auditorium / Dance Studio / Meeting Rooms / Atrium
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Miss Ng Liza
Miss Ng Liza
Introducing Our New General Manager Mr Steven Chia
Mahjong Room Booking
Six Iconic Places in Little India to Visit This Deepavali
FOOD & BEVERAGE
Common Folks 10am to 10pm daily MuslimDelights 11am to 7pm daily, closed on Mondays
SPOTLIGHT: Mr Samuel Tang, BBM
National Day Awards 2020
Sparkz KTV 3pm to 2am daily Fish@Ang Mo Kio 10am to 5am daily
28th Annual General Meeting 2020
Pat’s Schoolhouse 7am to 7pm, Mon-Fri Brighton’s Montessori 7am to 7pm, Mon-Fri
Soul Fit 8am to 10pm, Mon-Sat
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ISSUE 117 (NOV 2020 – JAN 2021)
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MESSAGE FROM Marketing & Communications Committee Chairman Dear Members,
The Grassroots’ Club has been the pillar of strength for Grassroots Leaders (GRLs) since 1992. Besides meeting the social, educational, recreational and development needs of GRLs, it is a private club for GRLs to meet and network with other fellow GRLs in the grassroots community. Through this cohesive grassroots network, GRLs can share valuable experiences, knowledge, solutions to challenges and obtain fresh ideas. As such, the Marketing & Communications Committee plays a vital role in reaching out to as many GRLs as possible and to promote engagement. Besides using Facebook, EDMs and website to strengthen the communication and engagement with members, The Club’s WhatsApp is another such channel to allow members to receive the latest updates and news of the Club at their fingertips. In addition, we are in progress to revamp The Grassroots’ Club Magazine for a more contemporary outlook to allow better readability. We welcome suggestions frommembers on how we can do better by emailing your suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Miss Ng Liza Chairman Marketing & Communications Committee The Grassroots’ Club
Here’s wishing a Happy Deepavali to all our Indian friends!
Chairman Liza Ng
Vice Chairman Grace Tang
Members Tan KowWah Frankie Ker
Secretariat Steven Chia Ethan Seet
Design & Editorial Words Worth Media wordsworth.com.sg
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Greetings to all Members! As the year draws to a close, we should give ourselves a pat on the back for our efforts in responding to COVID-19. Deepavali is just around the corner! Celebrate this meaningful festival by visiting the 6 iconic places in Little India presented on page 4. You may find a good photo spot to upload to your Instagram!
Flip to page 6 and you will notice a new segment called SPOTLIGHT. SPOTLIGHT
is to be the voice of Grassroots Leaders (GRLs). GRLs are key to the successful engagement of residents and community groups. SPOTLIGHT will inspire fellow GRLs and remind us on the purpose and motivations for volunteering.
Congratulations to our members on page 8who received their National Day Awards 2020.
The Club’s Annual General Meeting was successfully held online via the Zoomplatformon 24 July 2020. Refer to page 9 to see who were voted into the15thTermManagement Committee. Heartiest congratulations to these members! Together with the President, Mr Simon Leong Kai Chong, PBM, the Management Committee and staff will continue to build a better Club for our members. Treat yourself to some retail therapy! Page 10 presents the Club’s comprehensive Partner Merchant Privileges in Food & Beverages, Home and Living, Apparel and Accessories, Beauty and Spa, Healthcare Products and Services, Recreation and Hospitality. On 27 November 2020, join us at our Christmas Light Up as we get into the mood for the most wonderful time of the year. Refer to the back cover of this magazine for more details. On behalf of the Management Committee and staff, I wish all members a very Happy Deepavali and Season’s Greetings. Miss Ng Liza Editor Honorary Assistant Secretary The Grassroots’ Club
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Tanjung Kling, 76400 Melaka Tel: 06-351 1543 / 351 1544 Fax: 06-351 6309
For detailed privileges at our reciprocal clubs, please visit http://www. grassrootsclub.org.sg/membership/ affiliated-club-privileges/
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OUR NEWGENERAL MANAGER
Dear Members and Friends,
We are pleased to announce the appointment of Mr Steven Chia as our new General Manager, who assumed the said role on 9 March 2020 at The Grassroots’ Club (TGC). Having values closely aligned with TGC, Steven brings with him a wealth of experience and organisational professionalism acquired from various units in The People’s Association (PA), including the Constituency Office, National Community Leadership Institute (NACLI) and the PA HQ. Over and above achieving specific financial goals, facilities management plans and human resources’ objectives, he had also adroitly administered community outreach initiatives during his tenure of 23 years with the PA. Steven’s strong leadership qualities and skill sets matches TGC’s goals to: 1. Promote a sense of belonging and identity among members; 2. Implement programmes and activities, and manage social and recreational facilities for its members and their families; and 3. Strengthen the rapport and cohesion amongst grassroots leaders. “Mymission at TGC is to lead andmotivate a dynamic, forward thinking team in order to cultivate a more spirited Club culture, create a vibrant environment for members/patrons, and further enhance community outreach strategies. I believe I am able to provide the necessary tools and required guidance to accomplish the aforementioned mission, as we welcome more Grassroots Leaders to TGC,” Steven articulated, beaming with confidence.
Mr Steven Chia General Manager of The Grassroots’ Club
We are certain that with the vast experience and enthusiasmSteven is bringing to us, he will be a great asset to TGC, so please join us in welcoming Mr Steven Chia to The Grassroots’ Club.
Pat’s Schoolhouse Tel: 6459 2382 10% discount off monthly fees @ TGC Common Folks Tel: 9237 6650 10% discount on a la carte menu MuslimDelights Tel: 9633 0261 10% discount on a la carte menu Soul Fit Tel: 9235 4789 20% discount on all classes Fish@Ang Mo Kio Tel: 9839 2715 40% discount off all non-promotional items (excluding F&B) Brighton Montessori Tel: 6455 8830 10% discount off monthly fees @ TGC Pat’s Schoolhouse Tel: 6459 2382 10% discount off monthly fees @ TGC
AT THE GRASSROOTS’ CLUB MEMBER Discounts
Level 4 Sparkz KTV Tel: 6458 5026
20% discount except for beer during Happy Hour
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in Little India to Visit This Six Iconic Places Deepavali
Aswebegin toemerge fromthedreary tunnel of 2020’s global pandemic, themulticoloured lights ofDeepavali are a welcome sight to Singaporeans of all walks of life. With the lamps and banners lining Serangoon Road, we are starting to see the early signs of normalcy returning to our Lion City. This year, the focus of the annual decorations is the Goddess Mahalakshmi, the goddess of prosperity and abundance and the companion of Lord Vishnu. The centerpiece of the decorations features Goddess Mahalakshmi seated on a great lotus with her hand outstretched in varadamudra , the gesture of compassion and giving.
While the road ahead of us is still long, there is amyriad of ways to celebrateDeepavali despite the restrictions in place. Here are six must-see places around Little India to visit during the grand festival of lights.
Tuck Into Authentic Cuisine at The Banana Leaf Apolo There are few things that can get you into the festival spirit like the taste and aroma of local cuisine. Andwhere better to start than Singapore’s original banana leaf restaurant: The Banana Leaf Apolo. After its opening in 1974, The Banana Leaf Apolo rocketed to success, much like the lunar mission of its namesake. It quickly became a household name for bringing the ancient Indian tradition of banana leaf dining to our shores. Regular favourites at the restaurant include mouthwatering dishes such as fish head curry, mutton mysore, Apolo chickenmasala, and a selection of naan for every palate. There is also a wide variety of vegetarian options if you are on a meat-free diet. If your tastebuds are starting to tingle, then head for the brightly lit, emerald green letters on 54 Race Course Road or their second location at 48 Serangoon Road. For more information and a peek at their menu, visit thebananaleafapolo. com
Appreciate the Vibrant Street Murals Around Little India
Delight Your Senses at Tekka Marketplace
Everyone knows Tekka Market but to leave it off this list would be a travesty. Just the mere mention of its name would bring back a flood of fond memories of the sights, sounds, and sumptuous food there. The hawker and market stalls are a testament to our diversity, offering a taste of every culture’s cuisine. Feeling a little bogged down by modern day struggles? Tekka is the perfect place to wind back the clock and experience the Singapore of yesteryear; when wet markets were much more than just a place to buy groceries. While the regular Deepavali events like the Hipster Bazaar may not be running this year, with all that it has to offer, Tekka can still be your one- stop shop for an enjoyable day out in Little India. Tekka Marketplace is located in Tekka Centre which is a skip across the road from Little India MRT Station.
Deepavali is a festival synonymous with lively, kaleidoscopic colours and the street murals speckled around Little India are a fitting sight to behold this season. January 2020 marked the 6th anniversary of the annual ARTWALK Little India, a joint event between LASALLE College of the Arts and Singapore Tourism Board. While the event has come and gone, the murals are still illuminating the walls and alleys today. Starting on Clive Street, just beyond the Indian Heritage Centre, the art trail wraps around to Race Course Road, displaying unique works from some of our talented, homegrown artists. From the charming tradition of parrot fortune telling to the local icon of the tiffin deliveryman, these murals offer insights into Indian and Singaporean culture, both old and new. To plan your very own art walk, jump on to artwalk.sg/area/little-india/ where you can viewamap of the trail.
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Discover Singapore’s Indian Roots at the Indian Heritage Centre The breathtaking building along Campbell Lane stands out from its surroundings with a dazzling glass facade, beautiful light features, and lush greenery on its rooftop. The Indian Heritage Centre was opened in 2015 as a celebration of Indian culture in Singapore. Its stunning architecture is both a modern work of art and a tribute to ancient Indian designs. The centre hosts five permanent galleries which tell countless tales of Indian culture and its journey into Southeast Asia. At the moment, the centre has strict COVID regulations in place which all visitors have to abide by. However, it is a small price to pay to experience the wealth of knowledge within its walls. Guided tours are available at 2pm on Saturdays and Sundays with a Mandarin tour available on the second Sunday of each month. If you fancy a solo jaunt, the centre is open from Tuesday to Sunday. For the opening hours and further information head to indianheritage.gov.sg or visit the centre at 5 Campbell Lane .
Admire the Technicolour Elegance of the House of Tan Teng Niah Amidst the tall buildings of Singapore, a fragment of a much simpler time sits in a corner of Kerbau Road. Despite its obscure location, it is definitely not difficult to find. The enchanting 19th-century villa was once home to prominent businessman Tan Teng Niah who owned and operated factories in the area. As the country began to modernise, new developments took over and transformed the world around it. The little house stood stalwart, however, and was restored to its current state in the 1980s. Today, its rainbow-hued panels delight locals and tourists alike. Whether you’re there for an impromptu photoshoot or to admire the award-winning architecture, it is definitely worth a visit. The House of Tan Teng Niah is located at 37 Kerbau Road, just behind Tekka Centre.
Visit Some of Singapore’s Historic Hindu Temples Little India was not always the cultural destination it is today. In fact, it used tobe a bustling place of industry with pineapple factories, rattan workshops, and brick kilns throughout the area. Many of the workers here were migrants from India and as they grew in number, they needed a place to worship. From the late 19th century, temples featuring the spectacular Dravidian architecture of South India were built for the local Indian community to practise their faith freely. A walk down Serangoon Road will acquaint you with two of these sacred sites: Sri Srinivasa Perumal Temple and Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple. The first thing to keep an eye out for are the central towers or gopuram of the temples. Adorned with intricate statues of deities and painted with vivid colours, it is worth the trip just to see its grandeur in person. However, the interior of the temples is just as splendid and visitors can experience and learn more about the Hindu faith first-hand. When visiting these holy places, keep in mind that each temple has its own guidelines and visitors are expected to adhere to them. Sri Srinivasa Perumal Temple is located at 397 Serangoon Rd, just a ten-minute walk away from Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple at 141 Serangoon Rd .
This list offers but a few ideas of how to enjoy and explore Little India; many other adventures await to be discovered amidst its storied streets. While the physical markets and bazaars are not on this year, many sellers have taken to online stores and even Facebook where you can buy the festive treats and trinkets you love. Head over to fb.com/Officiallishasg for frequent updates on all the events and online markets run by the Little India Shopkeepers and Heritage Association.
Here’s wishing everyone a happy Deepavali season!
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SPOTLIGHT: Mr Samuel Tang, BBM
TheGrassroots’ Club is setupspecially forGrassroots Leaders in recognition of their contributions to community service on a voluntary basis. Every Grassroots Leader has made a positive impact and it is the love for what you do which keeps many of you going day after day, despite the challenges in balancing your personal and professional commitments. In the blink of an eye, this passion has led Mr Samuel Tang, BBM to serve for 41 years. He started his volunteering journey with the People’s Association back in 1979. He is currently the Chairman of the West Coast Community Centre Management Committee (CCMC). As a Grassroots Leader for more than 4 decades, let’s find outwhat volunteering means to him! 1 How did you start volunteering as a Grassroots Leader?
I remember it was an afternoon on aweekend. Whilewatching a group of teenagers playing table tennis at a void deck Community Centre, a PA staff invited me to join the CC’s table tennis group. Following that, I joined the newly formed YEC at the void deck CC in 1979. 2 What are the benefits of volunteering to you? Many volunteers never join with the thoughts of getting benefits from volunteering. Instead of receiving benefits, besides contributing their time and effort, they even contribute financially. Volunteering brings fun and fulfilment to our lives, connects people to people, advances your career and it is good for our mind and body. I reckon good networking and friendship could be one of the many benefits. However, through the process, learning to understand and managing different people’s expectations are important life skills which we might have benefited without realising it.
3 Why is volunteering important to you?
With many who are busy studying, starting their career or building their family, it can be hard to find time to volunteer.
People choose to volunteer for a variety of reasons. For some, it offers the opportunity to give something back to the community or make a difference to the people around them. For others, it provides a chance to develop new social skills, build on existing experience and knowledge or networking.
It is also important to have the right match on the type of volunteering – Find the Right Fit.
I used to share with some of our new friends who started volunteering to treat volunteering as an important CCA - Co- curricular Activity in our lives, which is an extension to our family and career. 4 What was the most memorable thing that had happened during your course of volunteering? There were many memorable moments. From working with substance abused youths on rehabilitation, creating programmes which benefit the community to organising targeted events, there were too many to mention.
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5 What motivates you to serve for so long? I reckon friendship with my fellow volunteers have kept me going. Of course, by understanding more and able to help the community better or learning through hands-on experience of the various challenges that I facemay be the factors which motivate me to continue to serve. 6 During these years of volunteering, did you meet any setback that make you feel like giving up? There will definitely be short term setbacks or challenges to tackle in life whether in volunteering, family or career. A happy family and successful career are important contributors to maintaining a happy grassroots experience. I remember in the mist of my years of community service, there was once a thought of stepping down fromall grassroots activities due to an intention of furthering my studies in order to advance my career. However, with the encouragement from some Senior Grassroots Leaders, who were kind and understanding, they suggested for me to go on ‘Study Leave’ for my 2 years of absence. I reckon passion in volunteering should be like the continuous flow of water in a river and not like a fire which extinguishes after a while.
7 What words of encouragement would you like to give Grassroots Leaders? Most Grassroots Leaders may not necessarily have the time; but most will have the heart. As quoted by Winston Churchill: “You make a living by what you get. You make a life by what you give.” 8 What food will you choose to describe your grassroots experience? Why? A grassroots experience can be interpreted in different ways by different individuals, much like the taste of a dish depends on individuals’ taste buds. I would describe my grassroots experience to be like the “extremely spicy mala steamboat” which smells good, looks tasty, tastes delicious, but if taken in excess can cause indigestion and bloating.
Like every food, any overdose will be bad for health.
We need to balance our grassroots activities with our other priorities - family and career, which is important to our overall quality of lives.
Welcome To Our NewMe bers
Clarrah GohWen Ling Goh Jin Quan Ho Ren Yong Jasper Koh Yat Wai Lee Alvi Afnan LiauWen Rui Ng Jian Hui Cornelyus
Ow Yang Shih Rohini D/O Visva Nathan Tan Soon Meng TeoWei Lun Wida Alisa Binte Roslan Wu Pei Rong Yeo Kok Bing Dustin
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A W A R D Congratulations TOOUR CLUBMEMBERSWHORECEIVED
THE PUBLIC SERVICE STAR (BAR) / BINTANG BAKTI MASYARAKAT (LINTANG)
Mr Chua Chin Seong, BBM (L)
Mr Ong Pang Aik, BBM (L)
THE PUBLIC SERVICE STAR / BINTANG BAKTI MASYARAKAT
Mr Ramamoorthy SO Krishana, JP, BBM
Mr Joanna Portilla, BBM
Mr Low Poh Seng, BBM
THE PUBLIC SERVICE MEDAL / PINGAT BAKTI MASYARAKAT
Mr Ang Kok Hui, PBM
Mdm A AMehrunnisa, PBM
Mr Koh Siow Ngea, PBM
Mr Seah Boon Kheng, PBM
Mr Toh Kah Sing, PBM
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28TH ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING 2020
Due to the Covid-19 outbreak, the Club’s 28th Annual General Meeting (AGM) was held online via the Zoom platform on 24 July 2020, 7.30pm. The meeting was adjourned for half an hour, as there were only 50 voting members, which was insufficient to form the required quorum of 250 voting members. The meeting started proper at 8.01pmwith 93 voting members. After themainitemsontheAgendawereconcluded, resultsof theelectionheldearlierwereannounced. Members were able to cast their votes electronically or physically by dropping the votes into a secure voting box located at the Club’s reception. The votes were counted a few hours before the AGM in the presence of 2 members who acted as witnesses.
Congratulations to the following members who were voted into the 15th Term Management Committee!
Ms Alice Goh Sui Huay, PBM
Honorary Assistant Secretary
Ms Lim Yen Lan, PBM
Honorary Assistant Treasurer
Mr Kok Wai Kin
Mr Frankie Ker Thian San Mr Kwok Charn Fei Ms Marie Lim Soo Cheng Mr Loh Nin Hong Mr Tan Kok Hui Dr Tan KowWah Mr Eddy YeoWee Lee
Mr James Chow Chee Wah, PBM Mr Joey Koh Eng Wah, PBM
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TGC Partner Merchant Privileges
FOOD & BEVERAGES
The Royal Albatross • Complimentary Double Boiled Cabbage Soup with Bamboo Fungus &Mushroomwith minimum spending of $50 in a single receipt during Birthday Month Promotion valid till 30 September 2020 Address: 30 Raffles Ave, #01-04, Singapore 039803 | Contact: 6854 5245
HOME & LIVING
Kirona Scents • 15% off total bill for online purchase on www.kironascent.comwith promocode “KSXGR” • 15% off total bill for showroomwalk in purchase • Walk-in exclusive: Get a free gift (worth $9.90) with minimum spend of $20 in one purchase Promotion valid till 31 March 2021 Address: LINK@AMK, 3 Ang Mo Kio Street 62 #02-01, Singapore 569139 | Contact: 6610 8513
APPAREL & ACCESSORIES
Picadilly Custom Tailors • Exclusive 20% discount* off regular items Valid TGC Membership card / Valid Grassroots Leader card with The Grassroots’ Club’s identification must be presented, before getting a quotation and tailoring Address: 14 Scotts Road #02-85 , Far East Plaza, Singapore 228213 Email: email@example.com | Contact: 6734 9990 | Website: www.singaporesuits.com
Optique ICU •
$10 off every $100 spent for prescription spectacles and sunglasses As an initiative to build awareness of the importance of eye-screening • FREE IOP(Intraocular Pressure) screening for Glaucoma • Diabetic Eye-screening using the latest AI program (Eyris) at $18 only Address: 30, #02-02 Sembawang Dr, Sun Plaza, 757713 | Contact: 6555 1583
Capitol Optical •
25% off frames & sunglasses 15% off ophthalmic lenses
• 5% off contact lenses (With minimum purchase of 6 months’ supply) • Complimentary eye health check (Prior appointment is required) Visit http://www.capitol.com.sg for outlets address details
OETEO • Exclusive 20% discount* off regular items with coupon code TGC20 on www.oeteo.co
Promotion valid till 30 April 2021 *No minimum spending required Limited to 1 time use per customer Not applicable for Little Sprout Box and discounted items This coupon is not applicable in conjunction with other coupons Free local shipping for orders above S$60
Crystal Time 20% discount off the following range of watches at the selected stores: • LUMINOX & ARBUTUS VivoCity #01-k30, TANGS Tang Plaza Level 3, Robinsons The Hereen Level 4, beauty & Spa OG Orchard Point Level 1 • CLAUDE BERNARD VivoCity #01-k30, Robinsons The Hereen Level 4, OG Orchard Point Level 1 • EDOX VivoCity #01-k30, TANGS Tang Plaza Level 3, Robinsons The Hereen Level 4 • REEBOKWATCHES Robinsons The Hereen Level 4, OG Orchard Point Level 1 Promotion valid till 31 August 2021
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BEAUTY & SPA
Fresver • Hydra Perfect Facial at $29 nett* (worth $385.20 with 7% GST I 75 minutes) Scan QR code on the Fresver ad in this magazine (page 9) to redeem your Free Head Gua Sha (15 minutes) Quote “GRC-HP29” for offer • Herbal Spa with Jing LuoWellness at $39 nett* (worth $321 with 7% GST I 60 minutes) Quote “GRC-HJL39” for offer. Only available at Tampines and Tiong Bahru outlets. Terms and Conditions apply. Promotion - till 31 December 2020 Visit http://www.fresver.com.sg for address details of all outlets
Beijing 101 Hair Consultants • $42 for 3-in-1 Scalp Cleansing Therapy (U.P. $514 ) • Complimentary hair care set worth $68 after treatment Promotion valid till 31 December 2020 Only for 1st time customers aged 18 and above Visit www.beijing101hair.com for outlets address details
Princess’s Cottage: The Nails Story • 10% off all ala carte services Complimentary Foot Mask (U.P. $35) with every classic or gel pedicure service Promotion valid till 31 March 2021 Visit www.princessscottage.com for outlets’ addresses and details Quote “Grassroots Member” as remarks, during booking on website or phone
Refresh TCMWellness • Exclusive $50 for 45min Back Massage with complimentary 15min Guasha (for 1st-time customers only) Promotion valid till 31 March 2021 For booking, please call outlet, and quote “Grassroots Member” as remarks. Visit www.yongkangtcm.com for outlets’ address details. Kenko Reflexology & Spa • Enjoy 15% discount on a-la-carte services at all KenkoWellness Spa outlets: Foot Reflexology, Shoulder and Head Massage, Body Massage & Spa Treatments Promotion valid till 30 September 2021 Visit http://www.kenko.com.sg for outlets’ address details
The Eaqlia Studio (Fitness & Beauty) • $10 per class • 10% off Beauty Package Promotion valid till 30 September 2021 | Contact: 8222 8829
HEALTHCARE PRODUCTS & SERVICES
All Well Scoliosis Centre • 10% off First Visit (Consultation & Treatment and 1 Free Treatment session) • 20% off Single Treatment session • 30% off Package of 10 sessions Promotion valid till 30 June 2021 Address: 545 Orchard Road, Far East Shopping Centre #10-05, Singapore 238882 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Contact: 6610 6562
Hallmark Physiotherapy • Consultation & Treatment – First visit at special rate of $140, Subsequent visits at $130 • Consultation only – Enjoy 20% discount on your first visit and 10% discount on subsequent visits Promotion valid till 1 October 2021 Address: 320 Thomson Road, Singapore 307663 | Email: email@example.com | Contact: 6258 8707
Essentially Oils • 10% off total bill with promocode “PTGC10OFF” on www.getessentiallyoils.com • Special gift* worth $15 during Birthday month with minimum purchase of $50 Promotion valid till 31 March 2022. Terms and Conditions apply
Luminous Dental Group •
Special rates for TGC members Visit http://www.grassrootsclub.org.sg/membership/affiliated-club-privileges/ for more details
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Amazing Chambers Singapura • 15% off standard off-peak price of $28.90 per pax (min 4 playing pax to enjoy this discount) with online promocode “TGC15” • 15% off standard peak price of $32.90 per pax (min 4 playing pax to enjoy this discount) with online promocode “TGC15” Promotion valid till 31 March 2021 Address: 73 Sultan Gate Singapore 198497 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Contact: 6906 3271 | www.amazingchambers.sg HyperForce Paintball • Unlimited Pellet Package: $5 off for all unlimited pellet packages (U.P. $40 per pax for 2-Missions, U.P. $50 per pax for 3-Missions & U.P. $60 per pax for 4-Missions) • 500 Pellet Package: Free 100 additional pellet when they purchase this package (U.P. $38 for 500 pellets for 3-Missions) Promotion valid till 31 March 2021 Address: 600 West Coast Road Singapore 127445 | Email: email@example.com | Contact: 8833 4833 l Website: www.hyperforce.asia
Boats, Boats and Boats Services (Private Yacht Charter) • 12% off listed rates for Private Yacht Charter Promotion valid till 30 April 2021 Visit http://www.bbboats.com | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com | Contact: 6861 6965
Ryders Singapore (Wakeboarding) •
$50 off for 3 hours booking (U.P. $390) Promotion includes wakeboarding equipment, coaching, and mineral water, ice and ice box Promotion valid till 30 April 2021 Visit https://www.rydersatponggol.com | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
GolfGreedy.com • 10% off golf tee time bookings on GolfGreedy.com Promotion valid till 31 July 2020
D’Haven (Ice Skating Lessons) • 10% off group lesson packages Promotion valid till 30 November 2021 For enquiries, email: email@example.com
Crowne Plaza Changi Airport •
15% off Best Flexible Room Rates Promotion valid till 31 March 2021 Address: Changi Airport, 75 Airport Boulevard, Singapore 819664 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Contact: 6823 5388
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