The Stingray at Singapore Sports Hub has reopened on Monday, 14 September 2020, along with the 100 Plus Promenade running track.
The Stingray is the Singapore Sports Hub’s half-pipe water facility where you can go bodyboarding and skim boarding. Located at the rooftop Splash-N-Surf facility, is a water ride which replicates the experience of surfing on a wave.
Those who wish to make use of the reopened Stingray will need to make an advanced booking. Use of the Stingray is capped at one hour. Riders need to be at least 1.2 metres tall and are allowed to have an accompanying parent or guardian during the session.
The rates for rental of the Stingray are $30 at non-peak hours (weekdays 8 am to 6 pm) and $35 for peak hours (weekdays 6 pm to 10 pm, and weekends and public holidays from 8 am to 10 pm).
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The reopened Stingray is part of the Singapore Sports Hub’s rooftop Splash-N-Surf area, which includes the kids water playground and the lazy river.
Unfortunately, the kids water playground and the lazy river continue to remain closed.
Get more details about the reopening of the Stingray facility here.
100 Plus Promenade and Other Facilities that Have Reopened
Another facility at Singapore Sports Hub which has reopened is the 100 Plus Promenade running track. The 900-metre, fully-sheltered running track which encircles the National Stadium was previously closed.
With the current rainy weather, runners who live in the vicinity will be pleased to be able to make use of the 100 Plus Promenade running track once again.
Those heading down to the reopened running track should keep to groups of no more than five persons and observe safe distancing protocols while exercising.
100 Plus Promenade running track can be found at level three of the National Stadium.
Other facilities at Singapore Sports Hub which have reopened on 14 September include the Sports Hub Hard Courts and Skate Park.