These Major Attractions in Singapore Will Reopen in July!


Gardens by the Bay, Universal Studios Singapore, and Jurong Bird Park are poised to make a comeback in July, along with 10 more attractions. Get discounted admission to these sites by booking your tickets here!

Credit (L-R): Gardens by the Bay, Resorts World Sentosa, Wildlife Reserves Singapore


  • On June 28, Singapore Tourism Board announced that 13 attractions will reopen on July 1 as part of the country’s resumption of activities following the Circuit Breaker.
  • The list includes tourist favorites like Jurong Bird Park, Gardens by the Bay, and Universal Studios Singapore. For a fun and safe visit, we’ve listed their visitor guidelines below.
  • If you’re currently in Singapore, you can book discounted tickets to these attractions on WAUG — the No. 1 activity booking app from South Korea. Download WAUG here today.
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Attractions in Singapore That Will Reopen on July 1

With the go signal from the Ministry of Trade and Industry (MTI) and Singapore Tourism Board (STB), the following attractions will reopen on July 1, 2020:


Hourly cleaning and disinfection at BOUNCE Singapore.

Miss BOUNCE’s Free-Jump Arena and Dodgeball court? If you plan to visit after they reopen on July 1, here are the temporary visiting guidelines that you need to know:

  • Only 33 jumpers will be allowed per session.
  • Jump sessions will be shortened to 50 minutes to provide ample time for cleaning.
  • Masks are required to be worn, except when participating in strenuous activities.
  • Jumpers may only be allowed to bring 1 spectator. (Parents may purchase a Jumping Ticket if their child needs close supervision.)
  • During peak hours and if requested by staff, spectators must remain in the cafe area.

BOUNCE is located at 8 Grange Road, Cineleisure #09-01 Singapore 239695. They are open from 10am-10pm on weekdays and 9am-10pm on weekends and public holidays.

2. Gardens by the Bay


Those who miss nature (don’t we all?) will be delighted to know that several attractions and restaurants in Gardens by the Bay are scheduled to reopen in July. Here are the details and visiting guidelines:

  • On Wednesday, July 1, the Far East Organization Children’s Garden will open to the public and Friends of the Gardens members.
  • The Flower Dome will also reopen on July 1st, but for Friends of the Gardens members only. Non-members or the general public will be able to visit the Flower Dome starting Saturday, July 11.
  • Majestic Bay Restaurant will be open for lunch from 11:30am-3pm and dinner from 5:30pm-8pm starting July 1.
  • Some stalls in Satay by the Bay are currently operational, but more stalls will reopen as well.
  • For a safe and contactless experience when you visit Gardens by the Bay, you may download their mobile app here.

Gardens of the Bay is located at 18 Marina Gardens Dr, Singapore 018953. Both Flower Dome and Far East Organization Children’s Garden will be open daily from 9am-8pm.

3-5. Jurong Bird Park, River Safari, & Singapore Zoo


On Monday, July 6, Jurong Bird Park, River Safari, and Singapore Zoo will open to all guests. Here are their visiting guidelines:

  • Entry to the parks will be time-based. Make sure to select your entry time when you purchase your tickets.
  • Visits are limited to five (5) guests for each group.
  • To gain admission to the parks, you will have to present your e-tickets.
  • During your visit, you will need to take your temperature and wear a mask.

For Jurong Bird Park, the following experiences are temporarily suspended (until July 31): Lunch with Parrots, The Play Area at Birdz of Play, Tram Rides, Bird Photography, Keeper’s Chit Chat, and Token Feeding at Waterfall Aviary and Flamingo Exhibit. To learn more about Jurong Bird Park, click here.

For River Safari, the following experiences are also suspended until July 31st: Token Feeding, Keeper’s Chit Chat, Manatee Mania Wildlife Tour, and Reservoir Cruise. You can learn more about River Safari on WAUG here.

For Singapore Zoo, tram rides, token feeding, Keeper’s Chit Chat, the Play Area at KidzWorld, Pony rides, Falabella grooming, Rabbit petting, and Jungle Breakfast in the Wild are temporarily suspended until the end of July. Find out more about Singapore Zoo here.

6. Madame Tussauds


Can’t wait to check up on your favorite wax figure at Madame Tussauds? Good news — they’ll reopen on Wednesday, July 1st! Check out this combo deal on WAUG for a discounted admission.

7. Zero Latency


Your favorite wireless VR gaming place is back! Find them at 3 Temasek Boulevard #03-346/347 Suntec City Mall Singapore 038983 when they reopen on July 1, 2020.

8-10. ArtScience Museum, Sands Skypark Observation Deck, & Casino at Marina Bay Sands


ArtScience Museum will open their exhibits in phases: Future World on July 1 and 2219: Futures Imagined on July 3. Here are some of the precautionary measures:

  • Temperature check and digital check-in via SafeEntry will be required.
  • Only Sands Rewards members who have bought Museum tickets will be able to enter the museum in the initial phase.

The same measures apply to Sands Skypark Observation Deck when it reopens on July 1st for Sand Members.

11-13. Universal Studios Singapore, S.E.A. Aquarium, & Casino at Resorts World Sentosa


Finally, we have two exciting attractions in Resorts World Sentosa that will reopen on July!

For Universal Studios Singapore, here are some guidelines to note:

  • The theme park will reopen on July 1-5 and subsequently every Thursday through Sunday.
  • Only visit the park after you receive a confirmation of your reservation.
  • Until further notice, the purchase of tickets is currently only possible on the official website.

To learn more about the attractions that await you in USS, click here.

If you’d like to visit S.E.A. Aquarium, here are the details:

  • They will reopen from July 4 onwards, and subsequently every Saturday through Thursday.
  • Until further notice, the purchase of tickets is currently only possible on the official website.

Find out more about S.E.A. Aquarium in Singapore on WAUG here.

Keep safe and enjoy!

And that’s it! If you’d like to see the announcement of STB regarding attractions in Singapore that will reopen in July, click here.

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