SINGAPORE — More facilities at the Singapore Sports Hub will be reopened to the public this week, as the complex wraps up its temporary housing project for migrant workers amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
In a media release on Monday (14 September), the Sports Hub said that its 100Plus Promenade, Stingray at Splash-N-Surf, as well as its hard courts and skate park, will be reopened with immediate effect. Meanwhile, the OCBC Arena will also be re-opened on Wednesday.
All the venues have undergone extensive disinfection and sanitisation prior to reopening, the Sports Hub said in the media release.
Three facilities will remain closed until further notice: the Lazy River and Kids Water Playground at Splash-N-Surf, the Sports Hub Fitness Studio and Shimano Cycling World.
Details on reopening venues
Details on the newly reopened venues at the Sports Hub are as follows:
OCBC Arena (including Hall 1 to 3, and the Sports Hub Gym)
Access to the OCBC Arena is restricted to only members of the public with confirmed bookings and existing gym members. Patrons are required to produce proof of court booking or gym membership prior to entry. Court bookings can be made here.
Each Hall is restricted to a maximum of 50 persons, and all group activities, except for table tennis, are strictly restricted to a maximum of five persons. Patrons are not allowed to interact with patrons from other groups or halls. (Note: A maximum of 4 persons are allowed at each badminton and table tennis court)
The Sports Hub Gym is restricted to a maximum of 28 persons, with a time limit of 90 minutes per session (walk-in slots only; available on a first-come-first-served basis)
Social group activities are strictly restricted to a maximum of five persons, except for registered instructor-led exercise activities.
Stingray® at Splash-N-Surf
Restricted to a maximum of 10 persons, i.e. five riders per slot with an accompanying guardian each.
All sessions are limited to one-hour booking only, and patrons are required to book a slot online at the Sports Hub’s website before heading down.
Patrons may collect their wristbands and make payment at Level 1 of OCBC Aquatic Centre Information counter before the session.
To minimise contact with other patrons, patrons are required to bring their personal wet attire, including rash guard.
Sports Hub Hard Courts and Skate Park
Social group activities are strictly restricted to a maximum of five persons.
Experience Sports Programmes
Since the start of the month, Sports Hub patrons can participate in the Experience Sports Programmes, which included daily Garmin Sports Sessions and new community programmes such as the SuperTrail Weekend Speed Walk & Dash, SupaFresh Dance Movement, and Keep Fit Taiji Wellness.
Pre-registration is required to ensure activities are kept to capacity limits in accordance with safety guidelines. More sign-up information and class schedules can be found here.
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