Hygiene quality mark for Singapore tourism


Among the first to be certified with the SG Clean quality mark are Grand Hyatt Singapore and the Singapore Visitor Centre. Two other hotels outside of Orchard Road have also been certified, Village Hotel Sentosa and Shangri-La’s Rasa Sentosa Resort & Spa.

Over the next few months, Singapore Tourism Board will encourage more than 37,000 businesses within the tourism and lifestyle sectors to sign up for the SG Clean certification programme. 

The SG Clean campaign is a government effort to rally businesses and the public to uphold good sanitation standards and hygiene practices.

The quality mark will focus on certifying establishments that experience heavy human traffic on a daily basis.

Over the next two months, Singapore Tourism Board aims to audit and certify 570 hotels, attractions, and other tourism establishments.

The SG Clean quality mark sends a strong signal to both locals and visitors that tourism businesses take their cleanliness and hygiene very seriously and are committed to maintaining these high standards as a new normal for the future.

The aim is to give locals and visitors peace of mind to go out and enjoy all that Singapore has to offer, and to show support to tourism businesses and workers during this challenging time.

To be certified, businesses have to go through a seven-point checklist tailored to the requirements and operations in the various sectors. They must also comply with health and travel advisories, guidelines and government orders on COVID-19.



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