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  • Singapore is accessible from regions around the world.
    With strategic location, and transport connectivity

  • A flight takes off or lands at Changi roughly once every 100 seconds.

  • Taking public transport is also convenient and safe even at night.
    So you can really enjoy the vibrant nightlife we have here.

    Based on a survey conducted by TripAdvisor in 2012, Singapore has the 2nd safest streets in the world, behind Tokyo and ahead of Dubrovnik, Zurich and Vienna.

    It also ranked 5th in terms of the Best Public Transport in the World, behind Tokyo, Zurich, Munich, Vienna. But ahead of HK, Stockholm, Amsterdam, Seoul and Paris.

    As you probably know, we speak English widely in Singapore.
    Hence you don‘t need to worry about communication problem when arranging for the trip.
  • We would like to assure you that you will have a peace of mind from the time you arrange for an event till the conclusion of the event. We have top-notch venues, and professional services guaranteed to deliver your event smoothly.
  • 52,000 hotel rooms as of end 2012.
  • Sofitel So - May 2014
    134 meticulous rooms.
    Located near Raffles Place, in the heart of Singapore's Central Business District, the hotel is minutes away from the city's landmarks.
    Embrace the cosmopolitan vibe of the island - taste the culinary wonders of Lau Pa Sat and Chinatown, shop at Orchard Road, be part
    of the nightlife at Clarke Quay and Boat Quay, and enjoy the attractions of Marina Bay.
  • East Village Hotel
    25 Marine Parade Singapore 449536

    Park Avenue Hotel Changi
    2 Changi Business Park Avenue 1 Singapore 486015
    Village Hotel Changi (Formerly known as Changi Village Hotel)
    1 Netheravon Road Singapore 508502

    3 Changi Business Park Central 1

    Grand Mercure Roxy
    50 E Coast Rd, Singapore 428769 ‎

  • Siloso Beach:
    This stretch of pristine sand is able to accommodate 4,000 guests (sitting) or up to 15,000 (standing)

    Marina Barrage:
    Marina Barrage too offers a range of venues, from meeting rooms to outdoor venues of capacity of more than 1000 pax


    Chijmes Hall
    300 pax (sit down- including side wings)
    450 pax (Lecture without Center Aisle)
    350 pax (Lecture with Center Aisle)
    500 pax (standing)

    Chijmes Lawn:

    Lawn 1: 200 standing (43 ft x 52 ft)
    Lawn 2: 250 standing (53 ft x 52 ft)

    Asian Civilisation Museum:

    River Terrace:
    Area: 498.9 SqM
    150 pax (sit down)

    River Room
    Area: 283.3 SqM
    180 pax (sit down)
    180 pax (standing)

    Ngee Ann Auditorium
    Amedium size fully equipped auditorium to hold your business seminars, music recitals or even theatre productions.

    Area: 316.2 SqM
    Capacity:180 pax (theatre)

    Sky Park @ Marina Bay Sands:
    Can accommodate 1,200 guests.

    New York Street – Universal Studios:
    Sheltered area which can accommodate 1,500 people.
  • Elaborate on the 6 experiences… Just some of the many unique experiences for Everyone in Singapore
  • CUGE – National Parks , Green Planning, Tree Management, Greenery Master Plan

    NEA –PEEL Tours, Learn about environmental management through a series of site tours and visits to environmental facilities around Singapore.

    LTA Academy – LTA’s Transport Master Plan and a discussion on sustainable land transport. This tour will take you on an interactive tour of the Land Transport Gallery and may include site visits to places such as the MRT control station

    URA – Visit to the URA City Gallery and discover Singapore urban planning

    PUB – Visit to the Marina Barrage and NewWater Plant to discover renewable water technologies

    MPA – Visit to the Maritime Port Gallery
  • A bridge between the East and the West for centuries, Singapore is located in the heart of fascinating Southeast Asia. Singapore and its immediate neighbours form the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, or ASEAN. Consisting of 10 member countries, it is touted as the home of Asia’s Perfect 10 paradise.
    With world cultural and natural heritage sites such as Angkor Wat, Borobodur, Prambanan, Komodo National Park, world class resorts, boutique hotels, pristine beaches and other natural sights within a 3 hour flight radius, Singapore is indeed the gateway to the many exotic cultures and sights.
    To this end, attendees of the APSC are able to cherry pick from the various tours conducted within the region and bring back with them their preferred Far Eastern experience from the range of tours offered.

    As a cruise hub in the Asia-Pacific region, Singapore offers a diverse selection of vacations to nearby tropical destinations like the Malaysian resort islands of Redang, Penang and Langkawi. To further cater to the increasing number of large international cruise liners that choose Singapore as one of their port of calls, Singapore has recently opened a new International Cruise Terminal which is able to berth the largest cruise ships in the world. There are now a total of two cruise terminals in Singapore.
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  • Singapore presentation MICE 2014

    1. 1. These slides are property of SECB and shall not be reproduced and/or distributed without permission from SECB. THE DESTINATION FOR YOUR BUSINESS EVENTS SINGAPORE
    2. 2. • Strategic location at the crossroads of Asia • Audience of close to 4 billion within a 7-hour flight radius Strategic Location – Access Point to Asia - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 7hr 5hr 3hr 1hr CHINA Population: 1.34 billion GDP: USD 7 trillion INDIA Population: 1.2 billion GDP: USD 1.84 trillion SOUTHEAST ASIA Population: 620 million GDP: USD 1.5 trillion AUSTRALIA Population: 22 million GDP: USD 1.5 trillion JAPAN Population: 127 million GDP: USD 5.86 trillion SOUTH KOREA Population: 49 million GDP: USD 1.16 trillion Top 5 International Visitor Markets: Indonesia PR China Malaysia Australia India Source: Singapore Tourism Board 2013 Statistics
    3. 3. Extensive Air Connectivity – A Global Air Hub 106 airlines to 275 cities in 67 countries & territories 7,020 Weekly Flights Best Business Class Airline in the World (World Airline Awards 2011) World’s Best Airport (Skytrax World Airport Awards 2013) New York - 14 weekly flights San Francisco – 14 weekly flights London – 56 weekly flights Tokyo – 91 weekly flights Osaka – 33 weekly flights Beijing – 47 weekly flights Guangzhou – 54 weekly flights Shanghai – 57 weekly flights Chennai – 50 weekly flights Delhi – 42 weekly flights Mumbai – 42 weekly flights
    4. 4. English as the common language Most network-ready in Asia (Global Information Technology Report 2010-2011, World Economic Forum) Public transportation – Efficient, affordable, reliable and easily- accessible Compact city size means that more can be done in a shorter span of time! Ease of Communication & Getting Around 2nd Safest Streets in the World (TripAdvisor Survey, 2012)
    5. 5. Quality Assurance for Meetings Asia’s Top Convention City (International Congress & Convention Association, Country & City Rankings from 2002 - 2014) Top International Meeting Country (Union of International Associations Global Rankings 2013) Asia’s Leading Meetings & Conference Destination (World Travel Awards 2013) State of the art facilities Professional service coupled with warm Asian hospitality
    6. 6. Pan Pacific Singapore Marina Bay Sands Resorts World Sentosa Overview of Meeting Venue Options Suntec Singapore Singapore EXPO & MAX Atria Gardens by the Bay Grand Hyatt Marina Mandarin Hotel Conrad Centennial
    7. 7. Major Convention Centres • Integrated venue with 120,000sqm of flexible space • Direct access to 2,600 hotel rooms • Water-front F&B outlets and retail experiences • Direct access to ArtScience Museum, Mastercard Theatre, Sands SkyParkTM Sands Expo & Convention CentreSingapore EXPO & MAX Atria • 10 halls totalling 100,000sqm of column- free space • MAX Atria: 32 meeting rooms for 1,000 • Walking distance to 600 hotel rooms and F&B outlets
    8. 8. • Located within Resorts World Sentosa • Up to 7,000 delegates; divisible into 9 halls • 30 function rooms • Direct access to more than 1,800 rooms • Exclusive entertainment and leisure options; Unique event venues Resorts World Convention Centre Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre • 100,000 sqm of meeting and exhibition space for up to 20,000 • 31 meeting rooms • Proximity to 5,200 hotel rooms in Marina Bay precinct • 1,200 retail outlets, 300 restaurants within walking distance Major Convention Centres
    9. 9. & & * Singapore does not adopt a formalized star rating system. The star ratings mentioned are indicative only. Budget Hotels Both International and Home Grown Brands Represented Accommodation for Every Visitor ROOM INVENTORY Current 2015 52,000 62,000 20% From EUR 115 From EUR 40 From EUR 15
    10. 10. PARKKROYAL on Pickering 10 Sofitel So City Centre – Hotels nearby Within 20-mins drive from Changi Airport Traders Orchard Gateway Hotel Westin Singapore Raffles Hotel Marina Mandarin Pan Pacific HotelConrad Centennial Philippe Starck South Beach development Holiday Inn Express Clarke Quay Grand Hyatt Hotel
    11. 11. •Within 10-mins drive from Changi Airport, 20-mins to city centre •10-minute drive to 39 hotels with 3,500 rooms •Complimentary shuttle services to partner hotels Village Hotel Changi Capri by Fraser East Village Hotel Grand Mercure Roxy 11 Park Avenue Changi Singapore Expo – Hotels nearby Crowne Plaza Changi Airport
    12. 12. Capella Singapore Shangri-La’s Rasa Sentosa Resort The Sentosa Resort, A Beaufort Hotel Hotel Michael Amara Sanctuary Resort Sentosa 12 W Hotel Singapore Equarius Hotel & Beach Villas Hard Rock Hotel Sentosa Island – Hotels nearby •Within 40-mins drive from Changi Airport, 15-mins to city centre •Close to 13 hotels with 2,800 rooms •Complimentary shuttle services to partner hotels Mövenpick Heritage Hotel Sentosa
    13. 13. Vibrant Calendar of Festivals & Events JANUARY ArtStage FEBRUARY Lunar New Year/ Chingay MARCH Fashion Steps Out APRIL World Gourmet Summit MAY Asia Fashion Exchange JUNE Great Singapore Sale JULY AUGUST SEPTEMBER OCTOBER NOVEMBER DECEMBER Singapore Food Festival ZoukOut/ NYE CountdownChristmas in the TropicsMid-Autumn FestivalSingapore Grand Prix National Day Parade 13
    14. 14. Unconventional Social Venues Gala Dinner in a National Monument Private Beach Party Reception at the world’s longest public cantilever A New York Street Themed Gala Dinner Dinner in a Cooled Garden Conservatory Gala Dinner amongst 50,000 marine animals Marina Bay Sands SkyParkUniversal Studios SingaporeWavehouse, Sentosa Island Chijmes Hall Flower Field Hall, Gardens by the Bay Ocean Gallery, S.E.A Aquarium
    15. 15. Champagne Flight at the Singapore Flyer Cocktails at the World’s Tallest Rooftop Bar Extraordinary Experiences Private Sunset Cruise along Marina Bay Up Close Jungle Breakfast at the Zoo Gourmet Safari Express Private Tram Dinner Dinner in a Conserved Colonial Residence
    16. 16. Pockets of cultural and historical attractions like Chinatown, Little India, Katong, and Kampong Glam give an insight to the various facets of our culture Embark on customised tours e.g. Feng Shui Tours, Amazing Races, Heartland walking tours, which allow delegates to discover the real Singapore Social Activities – Cultural Tours
    17. 17. Enriching Business Tours & Learning Journeys ECOLOGY WATER TECHNOLOGY URBAN PLANNINGTRANSPORTENVIRONMENT BUILT ENVIRONMENT MARITIME & PORT GUIDED TOURS OF SINGAPORE’S KEY EXPERTISE AREAS An added dimension to the overall Business Traveller experience
    18. 18. • UNESCO World Heritage Sites • Beaches & resorts • Festivals and cultural celebrations MALAYSIA THAILAND LAOS INDONESIA MYANMAR VIETNAM CAMBODIA PHILIPPINES BRUNEI And many more… Central Location in the heart of fascinating Southeast Asia 3 hour flight radius - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Gateway into the Region
    19. 19. 19 These slides are property of SECB and shall not be reproduced and/or distributed without permission from SECB. Thank you!