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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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Splash-N-Surf Not Open Yet, But Singapore Sports Hub Opening in Phases

Singapore Sports Hub will see the re-opening of Kallang Wave Mall, OCBC Aquatic Centre and Water Sports Centre. Other facilities to remain close.  Kallang Wave Mall will resume its operating hours from 10 am on 18th Jun 2020, while Climb Central, the mall’s indoor rock-climbing gym, also resumes from 11am. Three outdoor areas will also be accessible for public use – these include the Lawn Bowls, Giant Chess and Beach Volleyball courts, with online bookings available from Monday 22 June onwards. The Sports Hub Visitors Centre will also be open from today onwards to facilitate the borrowing of equipment for the Lawn Bowls and Giant Chess. Not Opening Yet Some venues and activities which will remain suspended include the kids water playground at Splash-N-Surf, Sports Hub...

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New Play Venues and Attractions Opening in 2020! | More Fun for the Family!

A whole different set of adventures awaits in 2020, thanks to the opening of new play venues and attractions! Here is a list of what to keep an eye out for this year! While we do not have much information about many of these places, you might want to bookmark this page and stay tuned for future updates! 1. PLAY! by KinderPlay Opening: 2 Feb 2020 Location: Changi Airport T3 (Public), B2 - 14/15/16/17 Operating hours: 11 am - 11 pm daily We hear that Changi Airport Terminal 3 will be seeing a new indoor playground this year - PLAY! by KinderPlay. This Ben Ten and Powerpuff Girls themed playground is located nearby to ST3PS. With this new edition, we foresee Changi Airport Terminal 3 Basement 2 to...

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11 New Venues that Opened in 2019 in Singapore

Let us share some of the play venues that opened in 2019, and if you have not visited, you may want to visit with the family this December School Holidays! Indoor Play 1. Nerf Action Experience Source: Business Insider/Lamont Mark Smith Address: Marina Square, 6 Raffles Boulevard, #01-208, Singapore 039594 Opening hours: 10 am – 10 pm daily (last entry: 7.30 pm) Admission: From $29 Opened in Oct 2019, the main area of this NERF play venue is open to kids aged 7 and above. For younger kids, a dedicated playground is available too! 2. Kiztopia Address: Marina Square, 6 Raffles Boulevard, #01-09, Singapore 039594 Opening hours: Sun to Thu: 10 am – 9 pm | Fri & Sat: 10 am –...

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13 Free Outdoor Playgrounds in the East for Your Tots’ Playtime

You’ve probably seen our list of outdoor playgrounds in the north, now it’s time for the east! While it may not have as many quirky structures as the north, the east does has its own watermelons, mangosteens and bumboat. Whether you’re an eastsider looking for a new spot for your little ones’ playtime or you’re visiting the east with your little ones, here’s a list of 13 free outdoor playgrounds in the east to check out! 1. Pasir Ris Park Playground Photo credits National Parks Location 110 Pasir Ris Rd, Singapore 519113 Operating hours Daily: 24 hrs With Pasir Ris Park’s playground being one of the largest in Singapore, it is worth taking a trip for even if you live...

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