With borders still shut and air travel largely prohibited, it’s virtually impossible to imagine going overseas for a holiday anytime soon.
You should perk up, though, as the government has just made it easier and cheaper for you to tour your own country.
It has announced that it will be giving out S$100 in digital vouchers to all Singaporeans to be used on tourist attractions and local tours, in a bid to support the tourism industry.
There has never been a better time to be a domestic tourist and explore those little-known corners of Singapore.
As consumers, we play a role in helping businesses around us recover.
And there is nowhere better to start than home.
By visiting the malls and dining at local F&B outlets, we help local businesses and stimulate the local economy.
Our top articles this week cover REITs, food-related stocks, tourism stocks, and more.
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With the tourism decimated by COVID-19, is there any glimmer of hope for the sector?
Food is a necessity and keeps us satiated. But, can food-related businesses deliver great returns for our portfolio? We dig deeper to find out.
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