As part of the Singapore Tourism Board’s efforts to resume attraction and tours operations, here are 10 attractions that have finally reopened in Singapore!
Universal Studios Singapore
If you’ve always wanted to visit Universal Studios Singapore without having to wait in line for forever, now may be the best time to do so. USS has reopened to visitors on 1 July 2020 with revised timings and enhanced safety measures in place. Until further notice, the theme park will only be open from Thursday to Sunday from 2 pm to 9 pm.
However, guests can purchase a Priority Entry Special add-on on top of their ticket for only SGD 9 to enter the park as early as 12 pm. Priority Entry pass holders will be able to dine in at select restaurants and enjoy exclusive Meet and Greet experiences!
Likewise, S.E.A. Aquarium has also revised its operating hours to contain crowds and are only open from Saturday to Tuesday from 10 am to 5 pm. All ticket reservations need to be made online to ensure everyone’s safety. Despite stricter protocols in comparison to the pre-COVID days, you can still marvel at the beauty and abundance of sea creatures that call the S.E.A. Aquarium their home.
All shows, meet-and-greet and public feeding sessions have been suspended until further notice.
The Singapore Zoo is happy to welcome guests back to enjoy a meaningful wildlife experience in a safe and pleasant environment. To adhere to enhanced social distancing measures, the park is currently only operating on 25% of their usual capacity and requires online bookings to be made prior to the date of visit.
While not all activities are available such as feeding sessions, there is still much to discover in this wide, open playground for the young and the young at heart.
Asia’s First and Only River-Themed Wildlife Park has also made it to the list of attractions that have reopened to the public. Say hello to the gigantic and friendly manatees in the Underwater Gallery or perhaps embark on a boat ride adventure on the Amazon River Quest, designed to simulate a journey along the Amazon River.
Shows are currently still operating but have a limited capacity of up to 50 people as part of Safe Management Measures.
You can finally catch a glimpse of majestic creatures of the night at the Night Safari for discounted prices when you buy tickets online or apply for a membership pass! To celebrate the reopening of the World’s First Nocturnal Wildlife Park, local residents can enjoy 1-for-1 beer and house wine deals at the famous Ulu Ulu Safari Restaurant where you can also try their new Bulgogi Burger. Cruise the park on a comfortable 40-minute guided tram tour that will take you through the depths of the park to get an up-close experience with the animals.
In line with the park’s safe distancing measures, the Thumbuakar Performance, Evening in the Wild Unique Dining Experience, and Keepers’ Chit Chat have been suspended indefinitely.
Jurong Bird Park
Don’t miss the chance to see the majestic Philippine Eagles that have just landed on our shores last May 2020 as well as the iconic pink flamingoes at the Jurong Bird Park. The park resumed operations on 30 July 2020 and is finally ready to welcome guests with open arms once again.
Unfortunately, token feeding at the Waterfall Aviary and Bird Photography has been temporarily suspended. But attractions such as the High Flyers Show and newly opened zone, African Treetops remain open for visitors.
If you’re looking for something more fun and energetic, look no further than Bounce. This indoor trampoline playground is a great training ground for aerial aerobics enthusiasts or simply those who want to unleash their free spirits and just have fun. Enjoy their two-hour Superpass promotion for only $29 and go wild at practising your freestyle skills, or jump as a group of four and save with the 4some ticket!
Due to COVID-19 restrictions, Super Sessions, Saturday Night Jams, Sunday Escapades, birthday parties and corporate bookings have been suspended temporarily.
Gardens by the Bay
New visiting guidelines have been set in place for guests who will be entering Gardens by the Bay. Locals can now enjoy the indoor gardens once again and enjoy a calming experience as you revel in the abundance of nature. The Flower Dome is now officially reopened, while the Cloud Forest looks forward to welcoming the rest of the public on 6 August 2020.
Besides the indoor gardens, other parts of Gardens by the Bay remain closed until further notice.
Art Science Museum
Alongside Gardens by the Bay, the Art Science Museum is finally in full swing once again and is back with exhibits, screenings, and special events available in the museum as well as online.
The Museum’s box office will be open for visitors to purchase tickets but online bookings are highly recommended. Public exhibits like the ‘Future World – Sliding through The Fruit Field’ and ‘2219: Futures Imagined – Blooming and Everything But Gold’ is temporarily unavailable.
Zero Latency Singapore brings you the ultimate virtual reality experience that can take you absolutely anywhere. As the largest VR gaming arena in the country, expect high-intensity gaming that will definitely get your adrenaline going with their available games like Undead Arena and Zombie Survival.
To keep in line with safe distancing requirements, each session is limited to a maximum of five players to prevent cross-contamination within different social groups.
Other attractions that have reopened include the Casino at Resorts World Sentosa, Madame Tussauds, as well as Sands SkyPark and Observation Deck at Marina Bay Sands.
We know that this isn’t much yet, but it’s definitely better than nothing. As we begin to roam around these attractions, remember to keep practice social distancing and don’t forget to enjoy!