Nurses Get Free Entry to Cloud Forest & Flower Dome In August 2020

Nurses Get Free Entry to Cloud Forest & Flower Dome In August 2020
A Gardens by the Bay staff shows doctors and nurses from National University Hospital the highlights of Cloud Forest.
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For the entire month of August 2020, all practising nurses in Singapore will be able to enjoy complimentary entry to Gardens by the Bay’s Cloud Forest and Flower Dome.


Free Admission for Nurses to Cloud Forest & Flower Dome

This promotion is the iconic attraction’s way of paying tribute to nurses for their hard work during the current COVID-19 pandemic.

To enjoy free entry, nurses only need to show a valid Singapore Nursing Board practising certificate card at the entrance of the conservatories to gain admission.


Celebrating Nurses’ Day 2020 at Gardens by the Bay

A Gardens by the Bay staff shows nurses from National University Hospital one of the sculptures of “A Sculptor’s Secret Garden”, the first full-scale art exhibition in Cloud Forest on Nurses' Day.
A Gardens by the Bay staff shows nurses from National University Hospital one of the sculptures of “A Sculptor’s Secret Garden”, the first full-scale art exhibition in Cloud Forest on Nurses’ Day.

A group of nurses from the National University Hospital (NUH) were also invited to tour the Cloud Forest on 1 August 2020, Nurses’ Day in Singapore, ahead of the cooled conservatory’s reopening on 6 August.

Minister for Education Lawrence Wong (right), who is co-chair of the multi-ministry task force for Covid-19, together with Gardens by the Bay CEO Felix Loh (second from right), meet with nurses and doctors from National University Hospital.
Minister for Education Lawrence Wong, who is co-chair of the multi-ministry task force for Covid-19, together with Gardens by the Bay CEO Felix Loh (second from right), meet with nurses and doctors from National University Hospital.

Minister for Education Lawrence Wong, who is co-chair of the multi-ministry task force on Covid-19, was also present during the visit to meet the team of nurses from NUH.

Gardens by the Bay also shared that it had seconded a number of its staff to serve at the Community Care Facility in Tuas during the Circuit Breaker period. This had allowed the Gardens by the Bay staff to experience the national effort to fight COVID-19 first-hand. They had also gotten to know the doctors and nurses who had worked at the facility.

 

Some of the seconded staff were on hand to host to the nurses from NUH as part of the Nurses’ Day visit.

We at Little Day Out would also like to extend our thanks and gratitude to all the nurses and frontline staff, and wish them a Happy Nurses’ Day.