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SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): Tourist attractions will be able to cater to more visitors, after more than two months of being restricted to filling just 25 per cent of operating capacity at any one time.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): Singaporeans aged 18 and above this year will each receive S$100 in digital vouchers to spend on staycations, tickets to leisure attractions and local tours.
SINGAPORE, Sept 12 (The Straits Times/ANN): Singapore Airlines (SIA) is looking to launch no-destination flights that will depart from and land in Changi Airport next month, in a bid to give its ailing business a lift.
SINGAPORE, Aug 27 (Xinhua): A couple of days ago, Shu Ran, a local resident living in a condo near Singapore's Bukit Timah Mountain, had left home for a two-day vacation. Unlike her previous trips abroad, this time she and her family enjoyed the holiday at a local hotel less than 20 miles away.
SINGAPORE, Aug 16 (The Straits Times/ANN): Backpacker hostels in the island are having a tough time due to Covid-19 and struggling to keep afloat.
SINGAPORE: Singapore is seeking to open the door to a wider range of business and leisure visitors to boost its hard-hit tourism sector, with the return of mass travel still a long way off amid the pandemic, according to the head of the country’s tourism agency.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): Without the support of its residents, many of Singapore's favourite eateries, shops and leisure activities may not survive the coming months
SINGAPORE: Singapore's tourism sector is facing an existential crisis, its tourism board chief said on Wednesday, laying out plans to boost local demand after a collapse in visitor arrivals due to Covid-19 travel restrictions.
Singapore is moving migrant workers who have recovered from the coronavirus on to two cruise ships as part of efforts to reduce the spread of the disease within the workers’ dormitories, which have seen a surge in infections.
SINGAPORE (ANN): Foreign workers who have recovered from Covid-19 have started moving into the cruise ship SuperStar Gemini after it passed an assessment by various agencies.