Destination Singapore

Corporate Meeting and Incentive Travelers
Singapore has a rich legacy of cultures – which makes it a destination of endless exploration. So, step out of your sleek meeting rooms and enjoy the island’s colorful life.

An incentive trip to Singapore is sure to provide a myriad of extraordinary experiences, from exclusive gala dinners to teambuilding experiences.

Singapore is reputed for it’s clockwork efficiency and its inherent strengths in high-growth industries, its fertile ecosystem for networking and learning, and its unique venues and activities which make a superb framework for a successful convention.

Trade Exhibitions
Strategically positioned in the middle of a booming Asian region, business prospects abound for show owners and exhibition organizers.

You’ll find Singapore up-to-speed in terms of support for new exhibition concepts, whether a exhibition or an Asian version of an international exhibition.


With over 3,700 weekly flights by 74 international airlines, the award-winning Changi International Airport connects Singapore to over 170 cities around the world. Singapore's compact geography coupled with an advanced, efficient transport infrastructure makes getting around a breeze.

Choice of Venues

Singapore offers an excellent range of state-of-the-art convention centers, exhibition halls and meeting venues, to suit a variety of needs and budgets. These venues not only offer state-of-the-art conference and meeting facilities, but also the convenience of nearby accommodation and dining.

Choice of Accommodation

With 100 hotels and over 30,000 rooms. Singapore gives the business traveler an extensive choice of accommodation. There's an answer to every budget and preference too: from no-frills hotels to luxury beach resorts, from historic grand hotels to modern business hotels.

Click here for some of hotel information in Singapore.

Peace of Mind

The Singapore government is committed to security in every sense of the word. In fact, Singapore remains one of Asia's safest cities which means you can focus on the job on hand.