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About the Country

Singapore is the ideal place to host international academic conferences because of the fact that it's a dynamic business hub with world-class infrastructure and easy access to Asian markets. It's global connectivity being a major air, sea and telecom hub in Asia, its strategic position provides market access to four billion people within a seven hour flight radius, facilitating easy access from anywhere on the planet.

  • State-Of-The-Art Conference Venues

    Singapore's event venues are highly renowned for the quality infrastruture they offer and are most suited venues for international conferencs, exhibitions and business events of all sizes. Major venues include Changi Exhibition Centre with one hundred thousand square metres of outdoor space and forty thousand square metres of indoor exhibition space, and Singapore EXPO, which is the largest MICE venue purpose-built in the country with as much as a hundred and twenty thousand square metres of space and twelve thousand square metres of additional meeting space.

    Other venues include the Sands Expo and Convention Centre located in the iconic Marina Bay Sands neighbourhood, the Resorts World Sentosa Convention Centre located on Sentosa Island, and the Raffles City Convention Centre which is located in the middle of the city.

  • Culinary Paradise

    From the cheapest Michelin-starred meal in the world to some of the finest fine dining establishments around the world, Singapore has rightfully earned its reputation as a foodie's paradise.

  • Plethora Of Accommodation Options

    Singapore offers a wide choice of accommodation in different categories to suit different budgets – from well-established international hotel chains to boutique and budget hotels. There are currently over sixty thousand rooms in over four hundred hotels. The hotel room capacity is constantly increasing by the day.

  • Travelling Is A Breeze

    The rail system, which carries millions of passengers daily, is complemented by a public bus network that covers almost all parts of Singapore. This extensive and integrated network helps commuters get around easily and makes Singapore a convenient business centre to live and work in.

    Taxis or private rental cars offer round-the-clock convenience and door-to-door comfort. In Singapore, one can flag down a taxi along the street or at designated taxi ranks, or book a ride anytime through mobile apps.

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