Attractions in Singapore

Attractions in Singapore are starting to reopen in Phase 2 with new measures in place to allow for safe distancing. This includes reduced operating capacity, temperature taking and no visits in groups of more than five. Many attractions in Singapore also require visitors to make online bookings in advance.

Visit the Attraction Sites for Latest Updates

In addition, take note that certain parts of the attractions may be closed or there could changes from the usual operating hours. If you are thinking of visiting one of the reopened attractions in Singapore, be sure to check its website for the latest details.

Some hotels have also been given approval by Singapore Tourism Board to reopen for staycations in Singapore as well. These are also indicated on the map. Here is a map of all the different attractions which have re-opened in Singapore.

If you would like to find a park in Singapore to visit, check out our Singapore Parks Locator.

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