Parks In Singapore Are Reopening Facilities From 19 June. Here Are Some Useful Things To Know

Parks In Singapore Are Reopening Facilities From 19 June. Here Are Some Useful Things To Know
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As Singapore enters Phase Two of the post Circuit Breaker period, park facilities around the island are reopening from 19 June 2020. In line with Phase 2, people may visit the parks in groups of up to five persons.

Reopening of Park Facilities in Singapore

Amongst the park facilities reopening are:

  • Playgrounds
  • Skate parks
  • Hardcourts
  • Fishing areas
  • Dog runs
  • Beaches
  • Lawns and fields
  • Shelters
  • Car parks

Other park facilities, run by private businesses, may reopen, subject to safe management measures. These include:

  • Food & beverage outlets
  • Retail outlets
  • Recreation outlets
  • Convenience stores

Function spaces will also reopen for wedding solemisations, subject to a maximum of 20 persons, excluding the Solemniser.

Activities in the Parks during Phase 2

People heading to the parks can also enjoy activities such as picnics and recreational games.

At the moment, camp sites, barbeque pits, galleries and attractions such as National Orchid Garden will remain closed.

Gardening activities in Community in Bloom gardens are allowed. However, groups are limited to five persons each and gardeners must wear masks at all times.

Observe Safe Distancing

If you are planning to head out to the parks, do remember to wear a mask (unless engaging in strenuous exercise), and observe a safe distance of 1 metre from other visitors. Also be on the look out for advisories around the gardens, parks and nature reserves.

The Safe Distance @ Parks website is also available for visitors to check on the visitorship at the parks in Singapore.

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