Singapore fire stations resume weekly open after 2 years of Covid-19
SINGAPORE — After a two-year hiatus to protect front-liners and visitors during the Covid-19 pandemic, fire stations are open to the public again on Saturday mornings.
Visitors can join guided tours to meet firefighters and paramedics and learn how the Singapore Civil Defense Force (SCDF) responds to emergencies.
On Saturday morning (April 30), families with young children flocked to the open house at fire stations across the island, with long lines forming outside some stations ahead of the program starts at 9 a.m.
SCDF said its first open day since the Covid-19 hit saw an unprecedented attendance of around 6,000 visitors, triple the average attendance before the pandemic.
Selected fire stations are open for tours over two time slots every Saturday – 9am-9.50am and 10am-10.50am.
More information can be found on the SCDF website.
Interested people can enter, but groups of 10 or more must register here.
Fire stations open for weekly tours
– Central Fire Station
– Alexandra Fire Station
– Clementi Fire Station
– Bishan Fire Station
– Marina Bay Fire Station
– Sentosa Fire Station (starting next week)
– Paya Lebar fire station
– Changi Fire Station
– Tampines Fire Station
– Kallang Fire Station
– Yishun Fire Station
– Ang Mo Kio Fire Station
– Sengkang Fire Station
– Punggol Fire Station
– Jurong Fire Station
– Tuas Fire Station
– Woodland Fire Station
– Bukit Batok Fire Station