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Singapore to Re-Open 13 Tourist Attractions, including Gardens by the Bay, Universal Studios and Casinos
By SENATUS Magazine | 29 June 2020

The Singapore Tourism Board has announced the re-opening of 13 tourist attractions, all of which had been closed since the start of Singapore's circuit breaker measures to battle the pandemic, implemented on April 7.

The 13 tourist attractions include The Flower Dome at Gardens by the Bay, Jurong Bird Park, River Safari, Singapore Zoo, the ArtScience Museum, the casino, SkyPark and observation deck at Marina Bay Sands, Universal Studios Singapore, SEA Aquarium, and the casino at Resorts World Sentosa, Madame Tussauds wax museum on Sentosa, trampoline park Bounce, and virtual reality arcade Zero Latency.

No more than 25 per cent of each destination's operating capacity can be exceeded at any one time, and access to the casinos will be limited to existing members and annual levy holders only for the time being, STB added.

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