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Bookings no longer required for entry to Sentosa’s beaches, Magical Shores at Siloso

SINGAPORE — Guests looking to visit Sentosa’s Tanjong, Palawan and Siloso beaches will no longer be required to make a booking for entry, said Sentosa Development Corporation (SDC) in a statement on Monday (March 14).

Bookings no longer required for entry to Sentosa’s beaches, Magical Shores at Siloso

Beachgoers will no longer be required to make an entry booking to Tanjong, Palawan and Siloso beaches.

SINGAPORE — Guests looking to visit Sentosa’s Tanjong, Palawan and Siloso beaches will no longer be required to make a booking for entry, said Sentosa Development Corporation (SDC) in a statement on Monday (March 14).

Booking of beach courts for use on weekends and public holidays, as well as entry to Magical Shores at Siloso are also no longer required, added SDC.

The move is in line with the recent streamlining of safe management measures that are set to take effect on Tuesday.

Visitors to the beaches are reminded to continue observing prevailing Covid-19 measures, such as mask-wearing, limit on social gathering group sizes, as well as measures for sports activities.

"Safety rings" will also continue to be in place at Sentosa’s beaches, and beachgoers may be directed to another area to prevent over-crowding at any area of the beaches, said SDC.

The "safety rings" are markers that have been in place at popular areas on the beaches indicating spots where small groups of up to five may gather.

Guests are to keep within the demarcated area and observe a minimum distance of one metre from other groups and guests.

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