Reopening of camping sites at parks and BBQ pits at HDB & Condominiums from 18th March.

As part of streamlined Covid-19 measures, people can soon enjoy BBQing and camping this Friday onwards.


Dining In, Social gathering, and Household Visitors of up to 5 fully vaccinated people from today.

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BBQ pits at HDB estates and Condominiums as well as camping sites at parks managed by Nparks are to reopen from Friday, 18th March onwards. As for camping sites located on Lazarus Island and Pulau Hantu Besar, they are to reopen on Tue, 29th March.


Some of the rules that need to be followed for campers:

  • Campers to maintain at 5m apart from other tents.

  • 5 persons per camping permit.

  • When unmasked, 1m safe distancing from other visitors.

  • Other Covid-19 measures apply.


Some of the rules that need to be followed for using BBQ pit:

  • 5 persons per BBQ pit.

  • BBQ pit permit is valid from noon to 10.30 pm of the date booked

  • When unmasked, 1m safe distancing from other visitors.

  • Other Covid-19 measures apply.


Where to make applications for camping permits and booking of BBQ Pit:

  • To have them in gardens and parks managed by NParks, you can make the applications and booking via the AXS system

  • To apply for camping sites on Lazarus Island, Pulau Hantu Besar and the Eagle Lodge on St John’s Island, you can make the applications on this website

  • BBQ pits located on Kusu Island, St John’s Island and Pulau Hantu Besar are free for public to use (first come, first served basis)

  • To book BBQ pits at your own HDB estates and Condominium, approach your respective town councils and condo management for more information.

P.s. Before heading to the parks, you are advised to check the visitorship levels at the Safe Distance @ Parks portal



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References: The Straits Times (website)