If you love Singapore and a good deal, then there is no better time to book Jetstar to one of South-East Asia’s most exciting destinations.
Jetstar, in collaboration with the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore and the Singapore Tourism Board, is offering passengers the ultimate experience: fly on Jetstar, stay in great accommodation, take a ride on the Singapore Flyer, the world’s largest observation wheel, and shop at the airport — all for free!
Passengers who book a Jetstar flight to Singapore between June 8 and June 16, 2009 for travel between July 1 and Oct 31, 2009, will receive a free return flight (excluding airport taxes).
For every one-night stay at participating Accor properties — IBIS Singapore on Bencoolen, the Grand Mercure Roxy Hotel or the Novotel Singapore Clarke Quay — Jetstar passengers will get the second night’s stay for free during this promotional period.
By presenting the Jetstar boarding pass, passengers will be able to take a free ride on the iconic Singapore Flyer and enjoy a S$5 (RM12) voucher to shop at Singapore Changi Airport.
If you need ideas on what to do in Singapore, here are some exciting events coming up:
o Great Singapore Sale (now on till July 26)
o Ballet Under the Stars (July 17)
o Singapore Food Festival (July 17-July 26)
o Jazz by the Beach (July 4 )
o Nine Inch Nails Live in Singapore (Aug 10)
o Singapore Sun Festival (Oct 3-Oct 12)
o ARTSingapore (Oct 9-Oct 12)
About the promotion
The promotion applies to travel from Kuala Lumpur, Kota Kinabalu, Kuching, Penang, Ho Chi Minh, Manila, Taipei, Jakarta, Medan and Surabaya. Flights are subject to availability. Complimentary rides on the Singapore Flyer must be redeemed within three days of arrival. The shopping voucher of RM12 is only available for collection upon departure from Singapore.
Accommodation can be booked by calling the Accor reservation centre in the relevant country. Callers must specify the Jetstar promotion and provide the booking reference at the time of making the hotel reservation.
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