Free admission to 50% of events
To celebrate SG50, the Singapore SEA Games Organising Committee Executive Committee (SINGSOC EXCO) is making the games as affordable and accessible to Singaporeans as possible. Be a part of the action and come show your support!
Of the 36 sports at the games this year, entry to 18 sports will be free, including: Athletics, Archery, Softball, Tennis, Squash, Rowing, Canoe/Kayak, Sailing, Tra. Boat Race, Water Ski, Cycling, Golf, Triathlon, Bowling, Shooting, Petanque, Hockey and Floorball. Of the other 18 sports, ticket prices start at $5, with discounts for youth, senior citizens and NS men. Special tariffs are also available for group purchases and season passes.
Which games will you watch?
Key dates for everyone to note on the calendar are Friday 5 June 2015 and Tuesday 16 June 2015, the spectacular Opening and Closing ceremonies of the 28th SEA Games. Of course, here at JustRunLah! we certainly won’t be missing the track events scheduled under Athletics at the National Stadium, from Saturday 6 June 2015 to Friday 12 June 2015. If you haven’t done so already, it’s not too late to sign up for the 10K Nila Run, and share part of the marathon route with Ashley Liew and Soh Rui Yong!
With more than 7000 athletes showing up from 11 Southeast Asian countries for the 36 events to be held across 31 venues, be prepared for some road closures and restrictions over the coming couple of weeks. To facilitate a smooth execution of the Games, members of the public are advised to expect delays at the following venues on the corresponding dates:
|Sport / Activity||Venue||Dates|
|Football||Jalan Besar / Bishan Stadiums||28 May – 14 June|
|Opening Ceremony||National Stadium||5 June|
|Equestrian||Singapore Turf Club Riding Centre||6 – 10 June|
|Triathlon||East Coast Park||6 – 7 June|
|Marathon / Nila Run||Kallang / East Coast Park / Marina Bay||7 June|
|Cycling||Marina South||9 – 14 June|
|Closing Ceremony||National Stadium||16 June|
Spectators and road users alike are highly encouraged to use public transport at this time. Not only is it better for the environment, it will save you a lot of headache as parking spaces are limited at each event venue, and road closures, diversions and delays can be avoided by taking the trains.
Are you ready for the SEA Games 2015?