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See yourself here: Singapore

Uncover South East Asia’s sought after destination, Singapore


18 April 2022

Welcome to South East Asia’s melting pot of exciting culture. Singapore is one of the most up and coming destinations for both leisure and business travelers, especially with its excellent connectivity to nearby countries and markets. It is a bustling financial hub, home to some of the biggest companies across the globe with leaders in entertainment, healthcare, and technology. Singapore’s tropical climate, contrasting cuisines, exciting nightlife, impeccable scenery, and highly developed economy attracts many international and national businesses for Meetings, Incentive Travel, Conventions & Exhibitions (MICE).

Why singapore?

Singapore looks at meeting and events in a whole different light. Executing everything at a high-level with extreme precision and attention to detail, which encourages many new and old clients to host MICE activities in Singapore. The Singapore Exhibition & Convention Bureau champions the business events industry, aiming to establish Singapore as ‘a dynamic business events destination where an ecosystem of ideas, people, and technology draws on vibrant knowledge and an extensive network’.

Beyond MICE activities, Singapore offers an extensive array of team building activities such as culinary challenges, performing arts experiences and haute couture focuses, which enable unique experiences that you’ll only get in Singapore.

A green and cosmopolitan city

This city of skyscrapers and technology has nearly half of its land area under green cover. The Bukit Timah Nature Reserve is said to have more tree species in a single hectare than the total number of species in North America! Visit the Singapore Botanic Gardens and enjoy lush gardens and tranquility at this 150-year-old destination –Singapore’s first UNESCO World Heritage Site – and don’t miss highlights like the National Orchid Garden which is home to the largest orchid display in the world, with over 60,000 plants and orchids.

Gardens by the Bay is comprised of three distinct spaces covering 101-hectares with its massive cooled conservatories filled with natural splendour. You’ll be amazed by the beauty on display at the Flower Dome, the Floral Fantasy, and the mist-filled landscape of Cloud Forest. Ascend to the Supertree Observatory, a 50-metre high observation deck, for an unforgettable view of Singapore.

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Eat like a king

Singapore offers a range of fantastic group dining experiences for attendees to enjoy – there’s a cuisine for every taste and budget. The Dempsey is a precinct with chic restaurants and bars. Alternatively, there is CHIJMES, located in the heart of Singapore’s Civi and Cultural District,  which houses outstanding restaurants in beautiful colonial buildings. For great riverside views while you dine it is worth trying out the restaurants in the Boat Quay area. No Signboard is the place to go  for great seafood, with specialties including Singapore chilli crab,  crispy cereal prawns, and its acclaimed white pepper crab – using a homemade recipe which remains a closely guarded secret!

Local street fare offers a delicious melting pot of Singapore’s diverse cultures, while the country’s vibrant fine dining scene has emerged as one of the world’s most exciting, featuring restaurants of many celebrity chefs.


It is time to host your next meeting or event in Singapore.  

Insider insights

Sam Lay

Sam Lay, Senior Director of CWT Meetings & Events APAC:

“Singapore is the perfect location, being strategically located in the heart of Asia Pacific. The airport infrastructure is perfect and we are the main hub for South East Asia with great connectivity to nearby countries and markets, such as Indonesia and the Philippines and a short flight to neighboring key markets such as China, Japan and South Korea. Singapore has an extremely stable market, which provides safe and secure venues to do business. That is why Singapore is always at the top of the list for event organizers when hosting large-scale events. There is a strong mix between infrastructure in terms of supporting events and meetings through hotels and transport, and there is life after business, with plenty of places to dine and explore by night.” 

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