A colourful, cosmopolitan city with a warm welcome. Compact, easy to get around and family-friendly - it certainly has a lot to offer the visitor.
This is a vibrant metropolis with a rich cultural heritage, full of contrasts and surprises - from the colonial architecture of the iconic Raffles Hotel to the futuristic, high-rise structures that dominate the magnificent skyline. All this against a backdrop of tropical greenery and year-round warm weather. There are so many attractions to see and visit, most within easy reach of the venue.
Take a walk along Marina Bay waterfront promenade, stunning both day or night - stop off at the Marina Bay Sands, a truly awe-inspiring structure with the world's highest and largest infinity pool - spend some time in Gardens by the Bay - visit Supertree Grove with solar-powered trees - marvel at the architectural brilliance of the ArtScience Museum - sample some of the famous chilli crab en route to Chinatown. OR, for a complete contrast, cross the bridge or take a cable car to the sandy beaches of Sentosa Island.
There is something of interest in Singapore for every visitor! For more information and inspiration, visit the official site for the Singapore Tourism Board.
Information for the Visitor
Most visitors to Singapore do not require a visa for entry. For more information on visa requirements and the Visa Free Transit Facility, you can check with the Immigration & Checkpoints Authority or the Singapore Overseas Mission closest to you.
The official currency of Singapore is the Singapore dollar (SGD). Credit cards are widely accepted in restaurants, bars, shops, hotels and taxis in Singapore. Need a currency convertor?
For further details, visit the official tourist website here
The award-winning Singapore Changi Airport offers visitors a variety of attractions spread across its four terminals - read more. For transport links with the city visit the website. The conference venue is 15-20 minutes from the airport by taxi.