Amendment to the Travel Agents Act
Illegal parking of excursion buses along Tuas West Drive and Tuas Link 4
TG Circular Issue 7
PDC PROSPECTUS 2017 - Second half of 2017
Tourist Guide Code of Conduct and Ethics
Enforcement against Public Health Offences in Singapore
Iconic Raffles Hotel Singapore To Embark On Restoration Programme
Conditions for Renewal of Tourist Guide Licence
Mandatory Refresher Course For Licensed Tourist Guides
Advisory on Temporary Closure of Spring Street Carpark and Spring Street
The Conditions of Licence Tourist Guide Must Adhere
 


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Enforcement against Public Health Offences in Singapore
Dear Tourist Guide,

We would like to share a message from the National Environment Agency (NEA) which would be relevant when you are carrying out your duties.

NEA would like to seek your assistance to remind tourists that littering, spitting and urinating/defecating in public areas are offences under the Environmental Public Health Act (EPHA) and its regulations. Under the Smoking (Prohibited in Certain Places) Act (SPCPA), it is also an offence to smoke in prohibited places. Offenders, regardless of their nationalities, are liable for penalties.

Tourists to Singapore can play their part in helping to keep Singapore clean and to uphold the smoke-free environment in places where smoking is prohibited.

To ensure that your guests enjoy a positive experience in Singapore, do take the time to share this information with them. Should you require further assistance or information, please contact NEA at 1800-2255632 or [email protected]

Thank you.

Tourist Guide Licensing
Singapore Tourism Board


Announcement Date: 04-01-2017
Attachment: none

Iconic Raffles Hotel Singapore To Embark On Restoration Programme
Dear Tourist Guides,

Raffles Hotel Singapore, the iconic luxury property managed under the award-winning international hospitality group, Raffles Hotels & Resorts, has announced that it will embark on a careful and sensitive restoration programme.

More details can be found in the attachment.

Best Regards,
Ooin Tze Sern
Senior Officer | Tourist Guide Licensing
Singapore Tourism Board


Announcement Date: 20-10-2016
Attachment: 1.  Press Release - Iconic Raffles Hotel Singapore to embark on restoration .pdf

Conditions for Renewal of Tourist Guide Licence
CONDITIONS FOR RENEWAL OF LICENCE

The Tourist Guide (TG) Licence is valid for a maximum of 3 years. Various conditions must be fulfilled for the renewal of a TG license. Please find attachment for the "Conditions for Renewal of Tourist Guide Licence" and "Medical Examination Report"


Announcement Date: 03-10-2017
Attachment: 1.  Renewal Conditions Annex.pdf
2.  TG Renewal Medical Examination Report_65years and above.pdf

Mandatory Refresher Course For Licensed Tourist Guides
The Singapore Tourism Board (STB) has appointed Tourism Management Institute of Singapore (TMIS) to be the administrator and training provider for the STB Mandatory Refresher Course (MRC).

The MRC will be conducted in English and Mandarin from 2016 to 2018, after which the MRC will be conducted in English only. The MRC will be conducted about 5 months before the tourist guide licence expires. TGs who are to attend the MRC when their licences are due, will be informed via email a few months prior to the expiry of their licence to register for the MRC.


Announcement Date: 14-10-2016
Attachment: none

Advisory on Temporary Closure of Spring Street Carpark and Spring Street
We would like to inform you that due to construction of the Thomson-East Coast Line Maxwell station, the URA carpark along Spring Street, i.e. Spring Street Carpark (off street) will be temporarily closed for reconfiguration works from 1 November 2014 to February 2015. Spring Street will be accessible until the end of November 2014. Thereafter, it will be closed from 1 December 2014 and will be reinstated by 4th Q 2018.

For more information, please refer to the attachments below.


Announcement Date: 05-11-2014
Attachment: 1.  Spring Street Carpark closure.pdf
2.  Spring Street Carpark closure Chinese.pdf