13 attractions have been approved to resume operations in phases.
Good news for Singaporeans – selected tourism establishments will be reopening gradually from July 2020.
These 13 attractions, which were closed for three months during the circuit breaker period, will be reopening from Jul 1: ArtScience Museum, Flower Dome at Gardens by the Bay, Jurong Bird Park, Singapore Zoo, River Safari, Marina Bay Sands’ Observation Deck, Casino and Sands SkyPark, S.E.A. Aquarium and Casino at Resorts World Sentosa, Universal Studios Singapore, Madame Tussauds, virtual reality gaming arcade Zero Latency and trampoline park Bounce.
Do note that most attractions will be limited to 25 per cent of their operating capacity at any one time. Access to the casinos will also be limited to existing casino members and annual levy holders.
Meanwhile, Friends of the Gardens members will be able to start visiting Gardens by the Bay on Jul 1 while the public will be able to visit from Jul 11.
Chairman of Association of Singapore Attractions (ASA), Tresnawati Prihadi, said: “During the three-month closure, our attractions have been working hard on the SG Clean certification and putting in place enhanced measures to ensure that the attractions are safe for our guests as well as for staff.
“We are delighted that our attractions will now be able to reopen to welcome guests and bring smiles to their faces again. ASA is committed to working with the authorities and our members to deliver fun and safe experiences for our guests.”
These attractions have also introduced precautionary measures to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission amongst visitors and also employees.
Gardens by the Bay has launched a new app for visitors to buy and scan their tickets to Flower Dome, perform SafeEntry check-in and check-out, and get real-time updates on crowd levels in the Gardens.
To minimise crowding at the attractions, Resorts World Sentosa has implemented online advanced reservation for all guests, including Annual and Season Pass Holders.
Remember to adhere to safe distancing measures and wear your mask if you are planning to visit the penguins at the zoo or get an adrenaline rush at the theme parks!
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