Singapore Sports Hub reopens doors under Phase 3

Group activities for five persons will now be allowed.

Singapore Sports Hub will reopen most of its venues and facilities to patrons on 21 June as the nation transitions into stage two of a calibrated reopening to Phase 3 (Heightened Alert).

The Singapore Sports Hub has been safely reopening its venues and facilities since 14 June. This includes the OCBC Arena which was closed to the public in support of Team Singapore athletes’ training for the Olympic Games. Activity group sizes have also been reinstated to five persons at facilities and venues such as Stingray® at Splash-N-Surf, Water Sports Centre, Sports Hub Library and Singapore Sports Museum.

The Sports Hub Gym will also reopen for members’ use and programmes at the the Water Sports Centre, OCBC Arena and Sports Hub Fitness Studio will recommence.

Lazy River and Kids Water Playground, however, remain closed in accordance with government guidelines.

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