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Part I PRELIMINARY

Part II ESTABLISHMENT, INCORPORATION AND CONSTITUTION OF BOARD

Part III FUNCTIONS, DUTIES AND POWERS OF BOARD

Part IIIA TOURIST GUIDES

Part IIIB POWERS OF INSPECTING OFFICERS

Part IV MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS

FIRST SCHEDULE

SECOND SCHEDULE Financial Provisions

Legislative History

 
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Singapore Tourism Board Act
(CHAPTER 305B)

(Original Enactment: Ordinance 35 of 1963)

REVISED EDITION 1997
(20th December 1997)
An Act for the establishment of the Singapore Tourism Board and of the Tourism Fund, for the regulation of tourist guides and for matters connected therewith.
[Act 7 of 2014 wef 07/10/2014]
[1st January 1964]
PART I
PRELIMINARY
Short title
1.  This Act may be cited as the Singapore Tourism Board Act.
Interpretation
2.  In this Act —
“associate member” means an associate member of the Board appointed under section 6;
“Board” means the Singapore Tourism Board established under section 3;
“Chairman” means the Chairman of the Board;
“Chief Executive” means the Chief Executive of the Board appointed under section 10(1) and includes any acting Chief Executive appointed under section 10(3);
“committee member” means a member of any committee appointed under section 13(1);
[Act 7 of 2014 wef 07/10/2014]
“financial year” means a period of 12 months beginning on 1st April;
“Fund” means the Tourism Fund established under section 15;
“inspecting officer” means any person appointed as an inspecting officer under section 11(2);
[Act 7 of 2014 wef 07/10/2014]
“member” means a member of the Board appointed under section 5;
“tourism enterprise” means all or any of the following:
(a)
any business which provides national or international carriage for passengers;
(b)
any business which, either wholly or in part, provides or arranges services for visitors to Singapore by way of transport, accommodation, tours or guides, whether or not such services are provided within or outside Singapore;
(c)
any business which, either wholly or in part, distributes for the purpose of trade or retails tourism-related products;
(d)
any other undertaking, including any convention, exhibition, show, fair, publicity campaign or theme park, intended wholly or in part for the benefit of, or for the purpose of attracting, visitors to Singapore;
“tourism-related product” means any product, primarily intended for sale to visitors to Singapore, that —
(a)
depicts any scenery or tourist attraction of Singapore;
(b)
bears the Merlion symbol, a representation of which is set out in the First Schedule; or
(c)
has any other characteristic that the Minister may, by notification in the Gazette, declare.
[4/72; 33/75; 9/97]