Sometimes, you are only given a few days and a short period of time for your vacation. Instead of planning to go abroad, you could only resort to visiting some places near your area. That should not be a problem, because if you are living in Singapore, there are really a lot of beautiful and remarkable places to visit around with your partner, friends, and family. In this article, we are going to help you by giving you some staycation ideas.

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 a good deal for a staycation you should check them out here: http://www.bayhotelsingapore.com/staycation/

Next, Ruth Soukup is going to give us 25 awesome staycation ideas. Let us read in her article below.

25 AWESOME STAYCATION IDEAS

Ah vacation.  How many of us don’t sometimes wish we could escape the hustle, bustle, & day-to-day responsibilities of our normal lives for a week of fun and relaxation somewhere far, far away?

The truth is that for many of us a traditional vacation is not always in the cards.  Between restaurants, hotels, and transportation, travel costs can add up fast especially when those costs are multiplied for a family.  And even when the cost isn’t a factor, sometimes health concerns or work obligations prevent us from leaving town anytime the urge strikes.

But that doesn’t mean when Spring Break or summer vacation time rolls around and the kids are home from school that you can’t still have a great time! This year, why not plan a vacation in your own backyard?  A true Staycation is more than just a week at home, it is an intentional time of fun and relaxation for your whole family.  It does take a little effort to do it right, but can ultimately be just as satisfying as going somewhere far away. Read more here.

According to Ruth, we should set some ground rules, plan for fun, get creative, relax, and enjoy. But if we are looking for romantic staycations, MUHAMMAD SHARIZZAT BIN ABU SAMAH will give us 15 romantic Singapore staycation ideas for couples this Valentine’s Day. Let us read below.

15 romantic Singapore staycation ideas for couples this Valentine’s Day

For the Singapore couples that have spent one too many Valentine’s Day staycations together, the day can be more of a chore than a romantic affair.

Hotel booking prices skyrocket during the Valentine’s Day period and reservations to your hotel of choice can be difficult to come by.

For some quiet and quality time with your beau, why not a staycation at a home away from home?

Enjoy the privacy and tranquillity of a romantic couples holiday, with the comfort and warmth of a home.

Here are 15 amazing Homeaway and Airbnb rentals right here in Singapore that you can bring your bae to for some quality romancing this Valentine’s. Read more here.

Provided above are 15 places you could actually rent for you and your partner for special days, events, and occasions. Their addresses, websites, rates, and other fees are all given above. Next up, let us talk about your last-minute family staycation ideas for the June school holidays.

SERENE LIM

Your last-minute family staycation ideas for the June school holidays

SINGAPORE — The mid-year school holidays are almost here (they start next week, in fact!), but you have nothing planned at all. When you’re pressed for time and in desperate need of a break, do you really want to go through the trouble of looking for flights and hotels to make that quick escape?

I don’t. I just want the most efficient way possible to get myself onto a deck chair by an infinity pool, stat. Enter the fuss-free staycation — no queues, no hassle and no headache.

And I found it when I stayed at The Westin Singapore recently. The hotel, located at Asia Square Tower 2, isn’t the typical staycation venue — for one, it’s in the Central Business District. Still, it was absolutely relaxing to breeze into the CBD on a Saturday to see tonnes of empty car park lots waiting for your humble carriage. Read more here.

So according to Serene, you should look for hotels with activity packages, book a local tour, immerse yourself in a neighbourhood, and camp out in the wild. These are things that you could do for last-minute vacation. Vacations only happen for a few days that is why you should make sure that you do something that you will enjoy. It is not necessary for you to spend a lot of money because there affordable packages out there that you could avail for you and your family.

Staycation Ideas for you in Singapore