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Singapore

“Simply capture the moment of the place. Singapore is the perfect contrast of old and new with a beautiful panorama.” says Selina Chavry, Regional Director Pacific World Singapore and Malaysia. Singapore expresses the essence of today’s New Asia, and boasts efficient infrastructure, modern conference facilities and a diverse culture with new experiences at every corner. Noted as […]

“Simply capture the moment of the place. Singapore is the perfect contrast of old and new with a beautiful panorama.” says Selina Chavry, Regional Director Pacific World Singapore and Malaysia.

Singapore expresses the essence of today’s New Asia, and boasts efficient infrastructure, modern conference facilities and a diverse culture with new experiences at every corner.

Noted as one of the world’s most accessible cities, meeting attendees, keynote speakers, event planners and others can travel to, from and within Singapore without complications.

The city offers a wide range of popular venues for your next event with a keynote speaker. Among options are both large locations, but also venues that can accommodate smaller meetings and intimate speeches or workshops. The award-winning Marina Bay Sands is connected to the Expo Convention Centre, which offers 250 meeting rooms spread over five floors. The Marina Bay Sands is also capable of hosting an event with up to 11,000 attendees in their ballroom. A perfect location for a larger event, where you can make all kinds of setups a possibility and easily feature a keynote speaker or other entertainment.

Another popular and more high tech facility is the Suntec Convention Centre that allows approximately 7000 attendees to connect to WIFI at the same time.

As an additional bonus, Singapore’s first language is English, which gives the destination an advantage in terms of doing business and hosting events and meetings with speakers. This makes it an easy transition for guests visiting from all around the globe.

In between business meetings and conferences, attendees can get a glimpse of the unique culture that is present in Singapore and locals recommend taking a Trishaw trough Little India, where visitors will be embraced by vibrant colours, lively sounds and scents. The city holds both the modern sky-reaching buildings and the old local villages, so the possibilities for creating a truly unique experience are endless.

The global DMC Pacific World recommends visiting Singapore between February and October to avoid monsoon season, but in general the weather is warm all year around.

Also while visiting guests should embrace the Singaporean culinary experience and discover a world of taste sensations from many different regions of the East. A famous dish is the Singapore Chilli Crab.

For more information on the wonders of Singapore go to: http://www.pacificworld.com/destination/asia/singapore/introduction/