Issue 115

Issue 115 May 2020 - Jul 2020 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

Club Directory


Concierge / General Enquiries

6554 2350

Booking of Multi-Purpose Hall / Banquet Hall / Auditorium / Dance Studio / Meeting Rooms / Atrium


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Club Events

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Chairman’s Message Mr Abel Tan Joo Meng



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Member Room

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Editor's Message


Swimming Pool

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Ms Ng Liza

Activity Room

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Welcome NewMembers


Mahjong Room Booking

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Massage Booking

Back to the Grind? Think Again


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Table Tennis

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Hari Raya Feast



in the Comfort of Home

Common Folks 10am to 10pm daily MuslimDelights 11am to 7pm daily, closed on Mondays

9237 6650

Chinese New Year Lohei Dinner


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Tenant Advertisements



Members Privileges

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Sparkz KTV 3pm to 2am daily Fish@Ang Mo Kio 10am to 5am daily

6458 5026

9839 2715


Pat’s Schoolhouse 7am to 7pm, Mon-Fri Brighton’s Montessori 7am to 7pm, Mon-Fri

6459 2382

6455 8830


Soul Fit 8am to 10pm, Mon-Sat

92354789 / 91699306

ISSUE 115 (MAY 2020 – JUL 2020)

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THE GRASSROOTS’ CLUB 190 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 8 Singapore 568046 | Tel: 6554 2350 | Fax: 6554 2347 |


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MESSAGE FROM Finance Committee Chairman Dear Members,

This is my first term as the Treasurer cum Chairman of the Finance Committee (FC). I am very honoured to be able to serve in this capacity.

We are now not only as a Club but as a whole nation facing an unprecedented economic shock due to the Covid-19 outbreak, which has been described as the most serious crisis that our nation has faced. As such, I will practise utmost prudence and conservatism in overseeing our financial management, cash flow management and in our finance matters especially in terms of budgeting and spending. I will also keep an active oversight in our investment matters to ensure the best interests of TGC in this difficult period. The FC is formed to assist our Management Committee (MC) in ensuring appropriate control measures are adopted to safeguard TGC assets from any potential risk exposure and losses. Thus, your interests as a member are also well secured and protected. We assist the MC in effectively discharging their financial responsibilities. In addition, we also continuously seek to improve TGC’s policies, procedures and guidelines to ensure they are consistently complied with by all management levels from various operating units and all other TGC sub-Committees. Last but not least, I would like to take this opportunity to express my heartfelt thanks to all my fellowFCmembers for their fullest co-operation, dedication and assistance rendered.

Mr Abel Tan Joo Meng Honorary Treasurer of Management Committee, The Grassroots’ Club


Chairman Liza Ng

Vice Chairman Chee Yi Long

Member Marie Lim Soo Cheng

Secretariat Steven Chia Ethan Seet

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Greetings to all Members and welcome to the latest issue of Grassroots with Passion. Our Chinese New Year Lohei Dinner received overwhelming response and all the Club Members and friends greatly enjoyed thegood foodandnetworkingopportunities. The highlight of the event - High Pole Lion Dance Performance captivated all present and the Lucky Draw gave out attractive prizes to the lucky winners. Turn to page 8 to recap the joyous evening.

No. 2 Andover Road Singapore 509984 Tel: 6546 5215 l Fax: 6545 6883 ORCHID COUNTRY CLUB 1 Orchid Club Road Singapore 769162 Tel: 6755 9811 l Fax: 6755 8874 THE ARENA COUNTRY CLUB 511 Upper Jurong Road Singapore 638366 Tel: 6897 9997 l Fax: 6897 8778 THE MALACCA CLUB New Townhouse: No. 18, 5th Floor Jalan Syed Abdul Aziz, 75000 Melaka Tel: 06-282 4940 / 284 2488 / 283 3518 Fax: 06-284 8303 ROTUNDA Jalan Kampung Hailam, Tanjung Kling, 76400 Melaka Tel: 06-351 1543 / 351 1544 Fax: 06-351 6309

During this Circuit Breaker period, many people found that working from home has its own set of challenges from technical problems, unreliable internet connections or unconducive environments having to care for elderly parents or children. Having to juggle work and family demands, people find it more stressful and demanding than expected. If you think that you are burned out, turn to page 4 to read about the effects of burnout and how to manage it. Ramadan has started on 23 April 2020. It is the most important month of the Muslim calendar, leading up to Hari Raya Puasa which falls on 24 May 2020. Dining in at restaurants or homes of family members and friends is not possible now but you still can celebrate and dine in the comfort of your home with Hari Raya Feasts from some of Singapore’s best eateries. Turn to page 6 to find out more. To our valued Club Members and Grassroots Leaders who have signed up to enjoy the TGC Partner Merchant Privileges, do look out for the new Merchants presented in this magazine. Like us on Facebook and subscribe to TGC WhatsApp to get the latest exclusive news, updates, deals and discounts at the tips of your fingers! On behalf of the Staff from The Grassroots’ Club, the People’s Association and The Grassroots’ Club Management Committee, I would like to wish all our Muslim friends a Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri! Stay safe and stay connected with TGC!

For detailed privileges at our reciprocal clubs, please visit http://www. affiliated-club-privileges/

Miss Ng Liza Editor Honorary Assistant Secretary of Management Committee, The Grassroots’ Club


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Chau Ping Hee Siew Peng Hee Xian Yang Huang Zigen Leong Siew Mun Lester John Lee Kok Wah Michael Tong Kai Wee Mook Meng Nguan Muhamed Rizal Bin Rasudin Muhammad Khairani Bin Basiran


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

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Level 4 Sparkz KTV Tel: 6458 5026

20% discount except for beer during Happy Hour


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Dany Alfian from Grassroots’ Toastmasters Club shares more about the signs and dangers of burning out. Back to the Grind? Think Again After dragging yourself out of bed, it’s a struggle to commute to work. Toiling away in your cubicle, it’s a never-ending chore to clear your inbox. Droning away until your shift ends, it’s another fruitless work day. The cycle continues.

Sound familiar? This is an everyday reality of being burned out.

Identifying the signs

Facingwork-related stress is inevitable but there is a point where it can spiral out of control. This is when burnout occurs, when work-related stress is not properly managed. According to the World Health Organisation, there are three common symptoms:

• Feeling exhausted all the time • Showing a lack of care to one’s job • Being less productive at work

Stressful Singapore

If you’re still unsure, the four questions below, devised as part of the United Kingdom Practitioner Health Programme in 2017, may help.

Singapore workers are prone to burnouts as we are one of the most stressed and sleep-deprived populations in the world. According to a survey from health services company Cigna in 2019: • 92% of Singaporeans surveyed were stressed fromwork, higher than the global average of 84% • 1 in 8 Singaporeans consider their stress unmanageable According to a survey from Phillips in 2019: • Singaporeans have a lower sleep hours of 6.3 on weekdays than the global average of 6.8. Weekends are much worse, with 6.7 and 7.8 hours for Singapore and the global average respectively • 61% of Singaporean respondents blame their lack of sleep to worry or stress, higher than the global average of 54%


Has anyone close to you asked you to cut down on your work? In recent months have you become angry or resentful about your work or about colleagues, clients or patients? Do you feel guilty that you are not spending enough time with your friends, family or even yourself? Do you find yourself becoming increasingly emotional (for example, crying, getting angry, shouting, or feeling tense) for no obvious reason?





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When you crash and burn

Burnout has been recognised in theWorldHealthOrganisation in May 2019. Although it is listed as an “occupational phenomenon” rather than a medical condition, burnout can cause adverse consequences to one’s overall health. Besides insomnia and chronic fatigue, as described by Psychology Today, long-term physical effects of burnout can be severe. One such effect relates to heart conditions. A study done by Tel Aviv University in 2012 tested 8838 employed men and women, aged 19 to 67 years, for routine health examinations. After a 3-year follow-up examination, it was found that those with severe burnout have a significant risk of developing coronary heart disease.

Not only can burnouts affect physical health, but one’s mental health can also deteriorate as well. Burnouts are often compared to, and can develop into depression. Both conditions have shown similarities in terms of putting our mental state into the same wavelength. In fact, a study in the International Journal of Stress Management in 2014 found that “about 90% of workers with full-blown burnout meets the diagnostic criteria for depression”.

Putting out the fire

Being aware of the situation, our employers and government are trying to curb burnout cases, but to limited success. According to a 2019 study by health service company Cigna, a third of the respondents had a wellness programme in their companies. Yet, half of them felt that these programmes were not focused enough on mental well-being. Despite the downward trend of the working hours of Singapore workers, Singapore workers still worked the second longest week in developed cities around the world, according to a TODAY article in December 2018.

It is heartening to see that some employers are putting in the effort to help employees manage stress - such as withhavingflexiblehours. TheConditions of Employment report by the Ministry of Manpower shows that 72% of the workforce last year are in companies that offer at least one flexible working arrangement, up from 70% in 2017. Unfortunately, burnout is a complex and deeply rooted issue that cannot be managed easily. Our working culture and company policies need drastic changes as a whole to focus more on mental wellness, and recognise burnout cases.

Managing Burnouts

Here are some tips you can do to manage burnouts. Taken from The New Paper , Ms. Denise Lim, a clinical psychologist in the Institute of Mental Health’s Department of Psychology, has this to say: Take time off fromwork responsibilities to relax; Allow yourself to feel useful in other aspects of your life, such as doing charity work; Reflect on what attracted you initially to your profession; and Let yourself ask for help.



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From traditional Malay specialities to Indian Muslim delights, your favourite food is only a few taps away thanks to these restaurants and eateries As the global fight against COVID-19 continues, some of our favourite Hari Raya Puasa activities will have to take a back seat. There will be no Ramadan Bazaar at Geylang Serai, while dining in at restaurants and visits to the homes of family and friends have been impacted. However, one thing we can count on is that some of Singapore’s best eateries will still be up and running, making sure that we have our favourite food while we weather the storm. As we prepare to celebrate Hari Raya Puasa on 24 May, here are some of Singapore’s best Malay, Indian Muslim, Pakistani, Middle Eastern and halal Western establishments that will deliver food fit for the festive season.

Hjh Maimunah Founded in the 1990s, Hjh Maimunah has made a name for itself by serving up favourites from the kampung days. Tucking into their buffet is one of Malay cuisine’s great experiences, and among their signatures are Sundanese grilled chicken, lemak siput, beef rendang, oxtail soup and barbecued fish. Hjh Maimunah offers islandwide delivery with a minimum order of $30. If your order doesn’t hit that number, then delivery is just $5. Order online at

Sinar Malay Seafood If you’re hankering for seafood, whether prepared Malay style or halal Chinese and Thai style, look no further than Sinar Malay Seafood. Their expansive menu includes 180 dishes, covering everything from seafood fried rice to tom yam mee soup, fish head curry, salted egg prawns, sambal sotong and chilli crab. They have outlets at Ang Mo Kio, Jurong West and Yishun, and you’ll find them on Food Panda andGrabFood. If you don’t livewithin the delivery areas of the three outlets, you can also make takeaway orders: Ang Mo Kio, 8545-7318; Jurong West, 6569-7583; Yishun, 8465-3348. Visit to view their full menu.

Islamic Restaurant In its remarkable 99 years of history, this Indian Muslim restaurant has served Singaporean and Malaysian prime ministers and Bruneian royalty, so it’s safe to say that their briyani (or beryani in their preferred spelling) is among the best you’ll find anywhere – whether you go with chicken, mutton, fish, prawn or vegetable.Nowrunby the thirdgenerationof the same family, IslamicRestaurant continues to satisfy with a comprehensive menu of Mamak and North Indian standards. To order, head to or call 6296-1161 . Delivery is free with orders of $60 or more, otherwise, delivery fees range from $10 to $20 depending on where you are located. Also available on Food Panda.


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Usman’s Usman’s is the name if you’re looking for an authentic taste of Pakistan. Opened in 2003, the restaurant – which also serves North Indian cuisine – has outlets on Serangoon Road and in Bedok. Take your pick from Lahori fish fry, chapli kebab, chicken or prawn karahi, bhuna mutton biryani and more before finishing your meal with some gulab jamun or kheer. Usman’s is on Deliveroo, Food Panda and GrabFood. Alternatively, you can also place your order at (minimum orders and delivery fees vary depending on your location).

Beirut Grill Takea journeyacross theMiddleEastwiththisBussorahStreetmainstay, apopular spot that has been running since 2009. Start with mezze like paprika hummus and kibbeh, sample from the Beirut pastry platter and then feast on the mixed seafood platter –which includes prawns, calamari, mussels and dory fish – or the mixed grilled meat platter – featuring lamb kebab kofta, tikka kebab and shish taouk – before concluding with some baklava. Do note that Beirut Grill is not halal-certified, although their food is halal and made with ingredients purchased from halal-certified vendors. Beirut Grill is available on Deliveroo, Food Panda and GrabFood, and you can also call them at 6341-7728 for self-pick-up orders.

Fatty Bom Bom Singapore-style Western food always hits the spot, and in recent years, a new wave of Western food specialists has changed the game with modern takes on a well-loved cuisine. One great example is Fatty Bom Bom, who serve up classics like black pepper chicken and fish and chips along with Cajun chicken rolls, hefty burgers, popcorn chicken and baked potatoes. Fatty Bom Bom outlets are located around the country, and you’ll find them on Food Panda and GrabFood. Alternatively, you can order via WhatsApp by sending your order and delivery info to 9648-0968 or 8721-0175 ( visit to view the format). Delivery is free islandwide with a minimum order of $50, otherwise, delivery costs $10.

Bonus: Bungkus Can’t decide what to eat? Looking for a specific dish that isn’t typically found at restaurants? Then you should check out the halal marketplace Bungkus. This company provides islandwide delivery from an extensive array of halal restaurants. So whether you’re craving dim sum, nasi lemak, mutton soup, shawarma, rojak, chicken rice or satay, Bungkus have you covered. Check out their website at or download their app on Google Play or in the Apple App Store. Delivery fees vary depending on your location, ranging from $5 to $17.

Information correct as at print. For updates, please contact respective operators directly.


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Chinese New Year Lohei Dinner

As per tradition, our Chinese New Year Lohei Dinner was held on the seventh day of the lunar calendar which fell on 31 Jan 2020. Prior to the commencement of the dinner proper, members and guests had fun with the various game stalls. The highlight of the night was the Lion Dance Mei Hua Zhuang performance which was held at TGC for the very first time. After the sumptuous dinner and stage performances, the event concluded with a grand Lucky Draw giving away travel packages to Taipei, Hanoi and Penang.


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TGC Partner Merchant Privileges FOOD & BEVERAGES

Ply Baked Goods • 10% off with minimum spending of $10 in a single receipt Promotion valid till 30 June 2020 Email:

Kontiki •

15% off on a la carte menu Promotion valid till 30 June 2020 Address: 11 Rhu Cross, #01-02, PAssion Wave@Marina Bay, Singapore 437440 Email: | Contact: 6268 5225

Sky View Pavilion (Singapore Flyer) • Complimentary Double Boiled Cabbage Soup with Bamboo Fungus & Mushroom with 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

Miss Tea •

20% off all Beverages Promotion valid till 30 November 2020.


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


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: | Contact: 6734 9990 | Website:

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 for outlets address details

OETEO • Exclusive 20% discount* off regular items with coupon code TGC20 on

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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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 valid till 30 August 2020 Visit for address details of all outlets Irén (Face Shower Bar by Ikeda) • First trial at $58 (U.P. $90) • Birthday Treat – Modelling Masks at 50% off (U.P. $40) Promotion valid till 31 October 2020 Promotion is only available at Face Shower Bar located at One Raffles Link, B1-17A Citylink Mall, Singapore 039393 First trial Hydra Cleanse Facial is only redeemable for first-time customers of Face Shower Bar DrSpa ® 10% off ala carte treatments PLUS! Enjoy a complimentary Bright & Energize Eye Treatment worth $120 upon purchase of skin treatments DrHair ® 10% off ala carte treatments PLUS! Enjoy a complimentary Scalp Tension Relief upon purchase of scalp and hair treatments Promotion valid till 31 October 2020 Visit for outlets address details

VESURE Hair Therapy • QXTL Head Reflexology + Scalp rejuvenating deep cleansing 2IN1 @ $54 (U.P. From $103) • 15% off All Service Price Menu Promotion valid till 30 November 2020 Address: Blk 714 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 6, #01-4012, Singapore 560714 | Contact: 6259 0977

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 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 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 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 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


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: | 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: | Contact: 6258 8707

Essentially Oils • 10% off total bill with promocode “PTGC10OFF” on • 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 for more details


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: | Contact: 6906 3271 | 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: | Contact: 8833 4833 l Website:

Boats, Boats and Boats Services (Private Yacht Charter) • 12% off listed rates for Private Yacht Charter Promotion valid till 30 April 2021 Visit | Email: or | 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 | Email: • 10% off golf tee time bookings on 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:


Crowne Plaza Changi Airport • Promotion valid till 31 March 2021 •

15% off Best Flexible Room Rates

Family Staycation Package S$228++ per room per night Premier King Room Complimentary Wi-Fi Breakfast for 2 adults and 2 children (below 12 years old) 30% off lunch and dinner at Azur Top up S$160++ for a suite Quote “FAMSTAYCAY” to enjoy offer Promotion valid till 30 June 2020 Address: Changi Airport, 75 Airport Boulevard, Singapore 819664 Email: | Contact: 6823 5388

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