As life adjusts to the new normal, a selection of attractions in Singapore have started to reopen in Phase 2 of the post-Circuit Breaker. These are those who have been given approval to re-commence operations with safe distancing measures and precautions in place.
Since 1 July 2020, attractions which have reopened include Flower Dome at Gardens by the Bay, National Gallery Singapore, Universal Studios Singapore, Civil Defence Heritage Gallery and Singapore Zoo.
Reopened Attractions in Singapore
However, many of these attractions in Singapore now require bookings to be made prior to visits. This is to facilitate crowd management and to make sure that the safe distancing can be practised.
For the latest details on the individual attraction’s opening times, which facilities are in operation and any other restrictions, be sure to visit to the attraction’s websites.
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Singapore Tourism Board has also started to give approval to Singapore hotels to reopen for staycations. These are hotels which have been deemed to have met safety and hygiene standards.
To make it easier to look through the various attractions which have started to reopen in Singapore, we have compiled them together in a map which you can explore.
Visit our reopened attractions page for an overview of those which have reopened all over the island as part of Phase 2.
If you prefer to stay in, do check out our page of Stay-at-Home ideas too.