Nurses Enjoy Free Entry To Cooled Conservatories & Dale Chihuly: Glass In Bloom This August 2021

Nurses Enjoy Free Entry To Cooled Conservatories & Dale Chihuly: Glass In Bloom This August 2021
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From 14 to 31 August 2021, practising nurses in Singapore will be able to enjoy complimentary entry to Gardens by the Bay’s Cloud Forest, Flower Dome and the Dale Chihuly: Glass in Bloom exhibition.

This special treat for practising nurses is an initiative by Gardens by the Bay to pay tribute to nurses for their hard work during the pandemic.

This is the second year that Gardens by the Bay is providing complimentary entry to its gated attractions to nurses.

The initiative initially came about when several Gardens by the Bay staff were attached out to the community care facilities during the circuit breaker period in 2020.


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How Nurses can Enjoy Free Entry at Gardens by the Bay from 14 to 31 August 2021

Nurses who intend to visit Flower Dome and Cloud Forest will need to go to Gardens by the Bay’s website at www.gardensbythebay.com.sg or the mobile app to pre-book their time slot prior to their intended day of visit. They will need to flash a valid Singapore Nursing Board practising certificate card at the entrance to gain entry.

How Nurses can Enjoy Free Entry at Gardens by the Bay from 14 to 31 August 2021
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Among the highlights which the nurses can enjoy at the Cooled Conservatories are the new Orchid Haven at the Cloud Forest dome and a display of orchid at the Flower Dome.

For nurses who intend to visit the Dale Chihuly: Glass In Bloom exhibition at the outdoor gardens, they can present their Singapore Nursing Board practising certificate card to redeem tickets at four locations.

These locations are Gate A (Meadow car park), Gate B (Meadow bridge), Gate C (World of Palms) and Bayfront Pavilion entrance.

Nurses Day in Singapore also recently passed on 1 August.

A big thank you to all nurses for their hard work, care and dedication.


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