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Singapore: Oil spill leads to temporary closure of Sentosa Island beaches

The island of Sentosa, known for its luxurious waterfront residences and vibrant tourist attractions, collided on Saturday (June 15). with an unexpected setback when authorities closed the beaches due to an oil spill from a nearby port.

The incident occurred at the Pasir Panjang terminal on Friday when a Dutch-flagged dredger collided with a stationary Singapore-flagged bunker tanker.

Singapore Airlines tightens seat belt rules

Singapore Airlines has announced changes to its seat belt policy following the death of a passenger due to turbulence on a flight from London to Singapore. Another 22 passengers suffered spinal injuries, and six suffered skull and brain injuries. More than 100 passengers received medical treatment.

On May 21, flight SQ321 suddenly lost altitude, dropping 6,000 feet (1,830 m) in about three

Changi opens automated immigration gates

All international visitors arriving in Singapore can now use the automated lanes at Changi Airport to clear immigration upon arrival. 

The Immigration and Checkpoints Authority of Singapore introduced automated immigration lanes and announced that all foreign visitors can use the new technology, regardless of nationality and without pre-registration.

The verification system
All about the Floating Glass Museum built to illuminate and combat climate change

There is an innovative project combining art and sustainability that is gaining global popularity. This is the Floating Glass Museum, opened by the architectural firm Luca Curci Architects, which is a striking combination of traditional glass craftsmanship and environmentally conscious innovations aimed at raising awareness of climate change.

Even though experts have outlined the potential

The world's best airports for food and drink
08.04.2024 SingaporeAvia

There's no more dedicated consumer than the traveler sandwiched between airport security and the gate, so Food & Wine's 2024 roundup of the world's best airports for food and drink whets the appetite.

It's no surprise that Singapore's iconic Changi Airport was declared number 1. It boasts not only the world's tallest indoor waterfall, but also over 200 food vendors to choose from,

Singapore Airlines upgrades premium economy class

Singapore Airlines has improved its Premium Economy service, including additional meals and drinks, as well as a new amenity kit.

The upgrades will be available on all routes featuring Premium Economy services, including flights between Johannesburg and Singapore.

Passengers will now be treated to a glass of Charles de Cazenove Brut Tradition VN champagne before take-off, as

Traveling to Singapore by car will be easier with a QR code from March 19

In an effort to simplify border crossings and minimize wait times, Singapore is introducing a new system that will make it easier for drivers to seamlessly enter the country through two ground controls. checkpoints. They can now use a QR code instead of traditional passports to enter the country.

The Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA) of Singapore has announced that from 19 March,

Singapore charges passengers a mandatory SAF fee
27.02.2024 SingaporeAvia

From 2026, the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) will begin charging passengers a mandatory fee for using sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) on on all departing flights.

CAAS initially set the SAF utilization target at 1% per flight. However, by 2030, the mandatory use of SAF will increase by 3-5%, depending on the global situation and availability.

The passenger levy

Singapore returns masks after recording 56,000 COVID cases

The Singapore Government has issued new advice for travelers and citizens after the country recorded another 56,000 COVID cases. Singapore's Ministry of Health took the step following a rise in infections.

As per the latest update, there were approximately 56,043 cases of COVID-19 reported in the week of December 3 to 9, 2023. This marks a significant increase from the 32,035 cases reported

Digital plan for the tourism industry (attractions)

The attractions industry is a key element of the tourism sector, driving economic growth as well as creating demand for other tourism-related industries such as accommodation, retail and food services. Singapore has more than 60 attractions: entertainment and lifestyle, nature and parks, adventure and attractions, as well as museums and cultural heritage.

The attractions industry faces its

Singapore Tourism Board launches global 'Made in Singapore' campaign to inspire travel to Singapore

The Singapore Tourism Board (STB) today unveiled Made in Singapore, its latest global campaign to inspire travelers to choose Singapore as their next destination.

The campaign reimagines the Passion Made Again brand[1]. It will showcase quintessential Singapore experiences, from iconic landmarks to hidden gems, and how ordinary moments in Singapore are transformed into extraordinary experiences.


Aloft Hotels makes its debut in Singapore with the opening of the world's largest Aloft hotel
02.10.2023 SingaporeHotels

Aloft Hotels, part of Marriott Bonvoy's portfolio of 31 outstanding hotel brands, announces its brand entry into Singapore with the opening of Aloft Singapore Novena, the largest Aloft hotel in the world.

The new hotel brings the brand's vibrant and flexible spaces to Balestier, one of Singapore's most vibrant districts, which offers an eclectic mix of local cuisine, culture and entertainment.


Singapore to begin passport-free flights from Changi Airport from 2024

Singapore Changi Airport will soon make revolutionary changes to its immigration protocols. This is a major development designed to enhance the passenger experience and simplify travel procedures.

As part of a comprehensive overhaul of the city-state's immigration laws, some travelers will be able to travel from Changi Airport without the need for a traditional passport. This initiative

Singapore is the latest addition to the Blue Zone and the sixth largest in the world!

Singapore is the newest member of the Blue Zone and became the sixth in the world. That's the opinion of Dan Buettner, a journalist and researcher who popularized the use of the term to describe regions of the world where people live healthier, longer lives.

According to reports, people living in these regions have several common traits that enable them to achieve longevity, including