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Phase 2 Attractions Reopening Singapore: Safety Guidelines To Take Note Of

Attractions, such as the Zoo, River Safari, ArtScience Museums, etc, will be opening as part of Singapore Phase 2 Reopening. Here are the guidelines you need to take note of before heading down. Photo Credit: Wildlife Reserves Singapore Starting from 1 July 2020, a number of attractions will be gradually reopening as part of Singapore's phase 2 reopening. Don't expect things to be back to pre-COVID 19, so here are a number of guidelines that you need to take note of before heading down.  Attractions Reopening Photo Credits: Garden by the Bay ArtScience Museum, Marina Bay Sands Skypark and Observation Deck: 1 July 2020, Open to Sands Reward Members only. Singapore Zoo, River Safari, and Jurong Bird Park: 4 July 2020 (Friends...

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Museums to Reopen on 26 June 2020 | Singapore Phase 2 Reopening

Museums will reopen on 26 June 2020 and heritage centres on July 3 according to the National Heritage Board. Photo Credits: National Museum of Singapore The Asian Civilisations Museum, the National Museum of Singapore, and the National Gallery Singapore will reopen on 26 June 2020, while the Malay Heritage Centre, Indian Heritage Centre, and Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall will do so a week later on 3 July.  Safety Measures Operating capacity will be reduce to 25% of the venue, and visitors will be limited to groups of 5 people with a safe distance of 1m between each group.  SafeEntry Check-ins and outs, temperature taking and masks will be required by all visitors and employees.  Children Exhibits to Remain...

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PSLE Marking Days 2019: 8 Unique Experiences in Singapore for the 4 Day Break!

PSLE Marketing Days 2019 is from 14 Oct to 17 Oct. Depending on your child's level, you may be preparing for the SA2 exam or if your child is in Primary 1 and 2, this is a 4 day break. Here's a good list of unique experiences in Singapore for everyone (because you will need a break from studying too)! This article is contributed by TripAdvisor, the worlds largest travel platform.  1. Bukit Timah Nature Reserve Attracting both locals and tourists alike, Bukit Timah Nature Reserve transports you out of the city and into the heart of nature. Explore the popular Bukit Timah Hill and make a detour to the lesser-known Hindhede Quarry, where you can lay out a picnic mat, some snacks...

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5 Museums to Bring Your Kids To in Singapore: Packing Education & Entertainment in One

Taking a trip down to the museum with your little ones is not only a great way to spend quality time together with them, it also helps to stimulate their mind and cultivate their imagination. But there are quite a few museums in Singapore, which ones do you bring your young ones to? Here’s our pick of 5 museums we think both you and your little ones will enjoy! 1. Step into a Futuristic World at The ArtScience Museum Home to an array of immersive exhibits, the combination of art and technology, ArtScience Museum will teleport you right into a richly digital world. Not only can you count on the museum’s interactive exhibits to keep your kids entertained, the museum...

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Get Curious! Children’s Special at the National Museum of Singapore

Gone are the days where going to a museum meant staring at a collection of artefacts and reading a bunch of words, which you’re most likely to forget before you walk out of its door and honestly, it doesn’t exactly spell out fun for the little ones. This June, you’ve got an amazing line-up of activities to choose from at the National Museum of Singapore’s Get Curious! Children’s Special 2019. In other words, fun geared towards the young ones.   Here’s a peek at some of the many activities that you should take note of! 1. Character Tours Follow a policeman, amah and mama shop owner as they take you back in time to discover stories behind their treasured objects....

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