In a show of unification and commitment, Singapore is taking extraordinary measures to ensure hygiene is of the highest and most stringent standards across the entire city - from the airport to hotels, attractions to restaurants, and shopping centres.
The approach has been attracting praise and admiration from health experts around the world.
The Lion City is well and truly open for business with a renewed confidence, and ready to welcome visitors to enjoy all those very special experiences that has made it one of the most popular destinations in Asia.
Universal Studios Singapore as thrilling as ever!
Singapore’s most popular attractions have stepped up their precautionary measures to the highest levels to ensure optimum safety for visitors, including Gardens by the Bay, Singapore Zoo, Marina Bay Sands, Art Science Museum, Singapore River Cruise and more. Resorts World Sentosa has also released a video and helpful FAQs to reassure visitors.
Supporting our industry, BeMyGuest CEO Blanca Menchaca, CFO Ola Andersen, and friendly visitors enjoy the roller coasters at Universal Studios Singapore today
We encourage you to remain up to date with the latest in accurate information to get a fuller picture of the situation, some of which I’ve included below for your perusal.
A statement from GB Srithar, Regional Director, India, Middle East & South Asia, International Group, Singapore Tourism Board:
"Our hotels and attractions remain open and the Singapore DMCs and tourism stakeholders are committed to working with you to handle your clients as effectively as possible. As STB’s CE has stated, “Visitors will notice more stringent measures and screening at many venues in Singapore, but these are simply efforts to keep everyone healthy and well. Travellers to Singapore are requested to take the necessary additional precautions, such as monitoring their own health and observing good personal hygiene practices."
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