After three months of closure, 13 of Singapore’s tourist attractions are scheduled to reopen in July—a good sign of some normalcy returning to life after the height of the COVID-19 pandemic.
These attractions include Universal Studios Singapore, SEA Aquarium, and the casino at Resorts World Sentosa, the ArtScience Museum, the casino, The Flower Dome at Gardens by the Bay, Jurong Bird Park, River Safari, Singapore Zoo, SkyPark and observation deck at Marina Bay Sands, Madame Tussauds wax museum on Sentosa, trampoline park Bounce, as well as virtual reality gaming arcade Zero Latency.
According to Singapore Tourism Board, the majority of these attractions will operate at 25 percent of less of their capacity at any one time. As for casinos, entry will be limited to existing members and annual levy holders for the time being.
To ensure safety, these attractions will implement a one-meter distancing between groups of maximum five on premises, rides, and outdoor shows. Other measures like regular disinfection and contact tracing will also be maintained.
Some of the attractions, like Wildlife Reserves Singapore and Universal Studios Singapore, will require advance online booking and reservations prior to one’s visit. Real-time updates on crowd levels will also be made available, so they guests can choose to visit at an off-peak hour.