Airbnb Helps Singapore Boost Remote Work Tourism

Remote work tourism
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Airbnb has launched the Discover the Travel Revolution program that will help boost remote work related tourism in Singapore.

The program offers a limited-time discount of S$50 (US$37) on any Airbnb stay posted by its partners at airbnb.com/travelrevo.

A minimum booking expenditure of S$150 is mandatory and the promo code may be once per user. This campaign intends to encourage Singaporeans to take local work trips and staycations while also assisting the tourist industry in capitalizing on the digital nomad trend.

Far East Organisation, Ascott Group, Hmlet, and ST Signature are among the partners. Ascott Orchard Singapore, Hmlet Cantonment, lyf Funan Singapore, Parkroyal Serviced Suites, KeSa House, Wanderlust Hotel, and ST Residences Novena are among the hotels and serviced flats available on Airbnb.

“The world is undergoing a revolution in how we live and work, and this increasing desire among travellers for flexible travel has created exciting new opportunities for Singapore’s tourism sector. As a global destination for professionals and business travellers, Singapore is uniquely positioned for both short and longer-term stays, especially for digital nomads looking to anchor themselves in an exciting destination for months at a time. This new initiative will not only encourage Singaporeans to explore their own backyard in creative new ways, but also help the city hone its offering to digital nomads from around the world.”

Amanpreet Bajaj, Airbnb General Manager for Southeast Asia, India, Hong Kong and Taiwan

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