Singapore: Where Tradition Meets Modernity. This city-state boasts a unique blend of cultural richness and modern innovation, making it a captivating destination for both discovery and business. As a cosmopolitan hub, Singapore offers a rich cultural heritage and a progressive outlook, making it the perfect place for networking, education, and discovery.
The Little Red Dot
APSC 2023 at Marina Bay Sands: A Spectacular Setting. Experience the beauty of Singapore's skyline from this iconic venue featuring a boat-shaped design and a rooftop infinity pool with breathtaking views. Conveniently located, attendees can enjoy nearby attractions such as Gardens by the Bay and have access to a luxury hotel, shopping mall, and casino all within the same complex. And let's not forget the diverse and delicious cuisine that Singapore has to offer, sure to please even the pickiest palates.
This city of skyscrapers is also one of the greenest and cleanest cities in the world. Apart from the numerous parks that dot the island, Singapore has pockets of greenery and trails waiting to be explored. These trails often lead to myriad neighbourhoods which are dotted by hip eateries and cafe. So come visit us and take a piece of the Singapore adventure back home
UNESCO World Heritage Site
Lauded as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2015, the SINGAPORE BOTANIC GARDEN has a history of over 150 years since its founding in 1859; that’s more than a century older than modern Singapore itself!
Its most popular attraction is the National Orchid Garden, which houses thousands of orchid species known as Very Important Plants (VIPs). Over 200 hybrid orchids in this garden have been affectionately named after visiting foreign dignitaries such as Nelson Mandela, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge as well as celebrities like actors Jackie Chan, Zhou Xun and Bae Yong Jun.
Cuisines In Singapore
Singapore’s incredibly diverse range of dining options will cater to food lovers from all walks of life. If you appreciate a good meal, there’s a cuisine for every taste and budget. The local street fare is 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 many celebrity chef restaurants.
Like they say - Singapore is home to more dishes than you can eat in a lifetime!
The World's Tallest Rain Vortex
While most people think of airports as places of transits and stopovers, Singapore’s Changi Airport is a must-see tourist attraction in its own right. Its latest extension— JEWEL CHANGI AIRPORT— transforms Singapore’s world-class aviation hub into a truly inspiring lifestyle destination.
The rain vortex at the jewel is an architectural marvel. It is the world's largest indoor waterfall—you will find yourself amidst verdant nature with the 2,000 trees at the Forest Valley.