An exception is made when all guests are from the same household.
Staycations can go on in Phase 2 Heightened Alert (P2HA), but only two guests are allowed per room, unless all guests are from the same household.
The Singapore Tourism Board on Friday (May 14) said those with hotel bookings during the P2HA, which takes effect from May 16 to June 13, may change their booking dates or request for a refund.
Those who used their SingapoRediscovers vouchers for hotel bookings during the period can have the vouchers refunded, it added.
No dining in at hotel food & beverage establishments will be allowed, as per the P2HA measures.
Meanwhile, for attractions and cruises, the operating capacity will be reduced to 25 per cent.
For indoor or outdoor shows, meetings, incentives, conventions and exhibitions (MICE) events and live performances, up to 50 attendees are allowed, without pre-event attendees, or up to 100 attendees will be allowed, with pre-event testing.
For tours, 20 people will be allowed per tour, split into groups of a maximum of two people per group.
STB said that the validity date of tickets for attractions and tours will be extended. Authorised booking partners or merchants will reach out to users to provide assistance.
“We thank our tourism partners and locals for their support during this difficult time. Together, we can emerge stronger and safer,” said STB in its statement.
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