Tickets no longer required to enter the Istana Open House on May 7
Admission passes will still be required to enter the main building.
Visitors will no longer be required to apply for tickets to enter the Istana Open House on Saturday, May 7.
Previously, visitors had to book tickets to even visit the Istana grounds. With the further easing of COVID-19 measures, all visitors are no longer required to apply for tickets to enter the premises. Instead of the two-hour timeslot visit, visitors can now enter at any time between 9am to 5pm.
While entry to the Istana Grounds is free, admission passes are still required to enter the main building. The passes can be purchased at the Istana itself.
The admission passes will cost $2 for Singaporeans and Permanent Residents. Children below the age of four can enter for free.
The fees collected from the admission passes will go towards charities supported by the President’s Challenge.
Throughout the event, visitors should still keep their masks on and adhere to the safe management measure in place.