Singapore two integrated resorts are reopening selected attractions from 1 July 2020. Here are some of the details of Marina Bay Sands’ and Resorts World Sentosa’s reopening as part of Phase 2 of the post-circuit breaker period.
Marina Bay Sands (ArtScience Museum, Sands SkyPark Observation Deck and Casino) Reopening
During the initial reopening period, ArtScience Museum and Sands SkyPark Observation Deck will only be accessible to Sands Rewards members. Additionally, guests will have to purchase their tickets online in advance as the operating capacity will be reduced by 75%.
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Safe management measures being put in place at Marina Bay Sands include a proprietary MBS SafeEntry system, temperature screening and more frequent cleaning of high-touch areas.
Around 800 staff have also been trained as Safe Distancing Ambassadors as part of Marina Bay Sand’s reopening.
Resorts World Sentosa (Universal Studios Singapore, S.E.A. Aquarium and Casino) Reopening
Universal Studios Singapore will reopen on 1 July 2020. The theme park will have shorter operating hours and be open on fewer days.
During this initial reopening period, Universal Studios Singapore will operate from 2 pm to 9 pm. Starting 9 July 2020, it will only be open from Thursday to Sunday and be closed from Monday to Wednesday.
Additionally, street entertainment and shows will not be available till further notice. The Magic Potion Spin and Amber Rock Climb experience will also not be available.
S.E.A. Aquarium will reopen from Saturday, 4 July 2020. It will only operate from Saturday to Tuesday during this period, from 10 am to 5 pm. It will be closed from Wednesday to Friday.
S.E.A. Aquarium’s shows, public feeding sessions and character meet-and-greet session will also not be available till further notice.
Tickets to the Resorts World Sentosa attractions will have to be purchased online. All visitors will be required to make advanced reservations in order to visit the attractions.
Some of the safe management measures include admission for groups of up to five persons, mandatory face masks, alternative row seating for all rides and queue tickets with a return time to be issued during peak times in order reduce the time spent queuing.
Frequent cleaning will also be carried out at all high touch points.