DID YOU KNOW?
Singapore is one of only three surviving city-states in the world. The other two are Monaco and the Vatican City
The national language of Singapore is Malay. The four official languages of the country are English, Chinese, Tamil, and Malay.
Singapore's Bukit Timah Reserve holds more species of trees than the entire North American continent!
Useful information to help you decide if Singapore is the right destination for your event!
Recommended group size
10 - 500 pax
Incentives combined with conferences
Changi Airport is one of the most connected international airport in the world and continually wins awards
Best time to visit
Avoid traveling on...
Feb - April when the weather is most pleasant and less unpredictable
Lunar New Year – many shops and restaurants are closed on the first day of the Lunar New Year and only opened for half a day on the eve of the Lunar New Year.
Singapore Dollar (SGD$) is the local currency. Cards and contactless payments are widely accepted. Smaller stores such as those in hawker centres tend to accept cash only.
A former British trading post, Singapore has come a long way since Raffles first stepped onshore in 1819. Skyscrapers and out-of-this world architecture pepper the famous Marina Bay skyline. Theme parks and beaches located on the island of Sentosa for the adrenaline seekers. Luxury retail and world-class international cuisines on Singapore’s most famous shopping belt. Ethnic districts showcase the multi-cultural heritage of Singapore, while the country’s colonial and wartime past can be found preserved in monuments around the city. Avid nature lovers are not forgotten – from Nature Reserves to beautiful landscaped gardens at the UNESCO-designated Botanic Gardens. Small, but packing a punch, Singapore has a multitude of offerings for every event.