Please do not bathe or swim: NParks moves to curb inappropriate conduct at hot spring

Reports of visitors misusing the facilities have been circulated online. PHOTOS: SHIN MIN DAILY NEWS, RYAN TRAS/FACEBOOK
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SINGAPORE - The National Parks Board (NParks) has deployed additional staff and signs with guidelines at Sembawang Hot Spring Park to advise users on proper etiquette following recent reports of visitors misusing the facilities.

The park reopened on Jan 4 following a $4.3 million makeover, which included a one-hectare expansion in area, a new cascading pool and a water collection point.

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