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Stirring the imagination through transformational experiences has long been the mainspring of Singapore’s approach to meetings, and a recent rebranding explains why.
Connecting like-minded attendees used to be reserved for conventions...not any more.
The longer the itinerary, the more complimentary nights a meeting planner can receive.
With the new APAC list, seven out of the top 10 meeting hotels from the region are from Singapore, while the other three are located in Sydney.
Attendees can network perched atop one of the stellar SuperTrees at Gardens by the Bay.
“With new nonstop San Francisco flights and the increase in frequency to Los Angeles, customers will have two flights to choose from each day to both of these popular U.S. West Coast destinations.”
Attendees can sample traditional mooncakes and fine teas in the street bazaars before watching live performances and lantern-painting competitions.
A unique blend of heritage and modernity, Singapore offers a multitude of experiences for MICE and business travelers. Here is a look at some of the most hyperlocal options available, from the perspectives of three local PCOs.
How Singapore's pioneering spirit, deep-rooted knowledge economy and dynamic business environment fosters one-of-a-kind meetings in the Lion City.
Singapore's rich cultural heritage and forward-thinking mindset provide numerous opportunities for dynamic, hands-on educational sessions. Here are a few to consider for your next MICE event.
From shopping vouchers for travelers to attendance-building assistance for planners—now there's even more of an advantage for groups traveling to Singapore, with the Singapore MICE Advantage Programme (SMAP).
As a dynamic gateway to Asia, Singapore’s pioneering edge and deep-rooted knowledge economy often facilitate first-in-Asia events.
The art show is designed to show Singapore's creative, cultural side.
Convention organizers are focusing as much on the context surrounding event content as the content itself.
The open-air deck makes a great private reception space with amazing views of the Bay, adjacent Clifford Pier and original Customs House, and majestic Marina Bay Sands Hotel.
Singapore is an urban planning utopia with a militant focus on luxury and sustainability. As Singapore erects more buildings, it develops more reclaimed land for parks to maintain the natural environment.
This is one of Asia’s greenest hotels, both in terms of its sustainability initiatives and the 165,000 sf of zero-energy “sky gardens” rimming the hotel on multiple floors.
The park offers an unreal variety of event venues both indoors and out.
We spoke with Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA), top cruise lines and some of the world’s ports of call.
We caught up with Neeta Lachmandas, assistant chief executive of Singapore Tourism Board, to learn about the new 300,000-sf Marina Bay Cruise Centre and other group venues/experiences in Singapore.
Located south of the city center on Sentosa Island, the spacious waterfront property is a departure from W’s typically compact urban retreats, highlighted by the 7,750-sf Great Room where the party rages well into the night.
Omni Hotels & Resorts added a new "Simply Street Foods" menu for groups by partnering with multiple chefs from the Global Hotel Alliances.
Few cities in the world pack such an impressive array of world class venues, hotels, restaurants and cultural attractions in such a small footprint as Singapore.
The Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore The Singapore hotel scene is putting on a fresh, new face with multi-million dollar renovations and a string of new hotels...
Luxury is back according to meetings and incentive industry veterans around the globe as we head into the last half of this year. A...
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