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Singapore Exhibition & Convention Bureau - MICE Presentation 2018

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  1. 1. Welcome to Singapore Your Business Events Destination These slides are property of SECB and shall not be reproduced and/or distributed without permission from SECB.
  2. 2. Introduction to SECB & Singapore1 2 Our Dynamic Business Environment & Support for Business Events Mixing Business with Leisure4 Accommodation & Meeting Spaces3 These slides are property of SECB and shall not be reproduced and/or distributed without permission from SECB.
  3. 3. Singapore Exhibition & Convention BureauTM 3 A vibrant and inspiring Destination Singapore that we are proud of. To shape a dynamic tourism landscape for Singapore in partnership with industry and community. MISSION VISION SINGAPORE TOURISM BOARD 1 Developing and attracting business events as key drivers of the tourism sector Creating exceptional experiences for Business and MICE visitors Establishing a vibrant Business and MICE environment with strong industry players, robust alliances and world-class infrastructure 2 3 SINGAPORE EXHIBITION AND CONVENTION BUREAU - SECB A group of the Singapore Tourism Board These slides are property of SECB and shall not be reproduced and/or distributed without permission from SECB.
  4. 4. Global Assistance for Event Planners 4 Restricted These slides are property of STB and shall not be reproduced or distributed without STB’s written permission AMERICAS. New York. EUROPE. Frankfurt. London. Moscow. GREATER CHINA. Beijing. Chengdu. Guangzhou. Hong Kong. Shanghai SOUTHEAST ASIA & OCEANIA. Jakarta. Surabaya. Manila. Sydney. Bangkok. Kuala Lumpur. Ho Chi Minh City. NORTH ASIA. Seoul. Tokyo. SOUTH ASIA, MIDDLE EAST, AFRICA. Dubai. Mumbai. New Delhi. 21 Regional Offices
  5. 5. Singapore A Concentration of Experiences 5 N.America Continental Europe Asia Oceania Africa S.America A compact city with unlimited experiences A cultural melting pot to discover Tropical climate all year round 42 KM Located in the heart of Asia These slides are property of SECB and shall not be reproduced and/or distributed without permission from SECB.
  6. 6. Strategic Location 6 ACCESS ASIA. Strategic location at the crossroads with a audience of close to 4 billion within a 7-hour flight radius - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 7hr 5hr 3hr 1hr CHINA Population: 1.34 billion GDP: USD 7 trillion INDIA Population: 1.2 billion GDP: USD 1.84 trillion SOUTHEAST ASIA Population: 620 million GDP: USD 1.5 trillion AUSTRALIA Population: 22 million GDP: USD 1.5 trillion JAPAN Population: 127 million GDP: USD 5.86 trillion SOUTH KOREA Population: 49 million GDP: USD 1.16 trillion #1 Best Airline Business Traveller APAC Awards 2016 Time Winner Skytrax World’s Best Airport Award 8th The Gateway to Asia Global Air Hub FLIGHT CONNECTIVITY & WORLD CLASS FACILITIES. 151 cities have direct flights to Singapore These slides are property of SECB and shall not be reproduced and/or distributed without permission from SECB.
  7. 7. Introduction to SECB & Singapore1 2 Our Dynamic Business Environment & Support for Business Events Mixing Business with Leisure4 Accommodation & Meeting Spaces3 These slides are property of SECB and shall not be reproduced and/or distributed without permission from SECB.
  8. 8. Vibrant Calendar of Festivals & Events 13 JANUARY FEBRUARY MARCH APRIL Lunar New Year / Chingay World Gourmet Summit World Rugby SevensSingapore Art Week MAY JUNE Singapore Heritage Festival Great Singapore Sale JULY AUGUST Singapore Food Festival National Day Parade SEPTEMBER OCTOBER NOVEMBER DECEMBER ZoukOut/ NYE Countdown Christmas in the Tropics Singapore Grand Prix WTA Finals Women Tennis Championship These slides are property of SECB and shall not be reproduced and/or distributed without permission from SECB.
  9. 9. Business Events in Singapore (BEiS) 14 Restricted These slides are property of STB and shall not be reproduced or distributed without STB’s written permission About the support The BEiS scheme can help support your faculty in bidding and hosting of conferences, corporate activities, board meetings & incentives in Singapore How are groups assessed ? [not exhaustive]  Delegate profile  Size of event  Duration of event  Content / Brand Objective Encourage quality & globally significant business events to be hosted in Singapore
  10. 10. A comprehensive programme tailored to help you deliver an exceptional business experience. Premium arrival & departure services with Jetquay Flight privileges with Singapore Airlines Group Airport privileges at Changi Airport Support from Singapore Exhibition & Convention BureauTM Singapore MICE Advantage Programme (SMAP) 16These slides are property of SECB and shall not be reproduced and/or distributed without permission from SECB.
  11. 11. IN SINGAPORE INCENTIVE & REWARDS (INSPIRE) – US / Europe These slides are property of SECB and shall not be reproduced and/or distributed without permission from SECB.
  12. 12. IN SINGAPORE INCENTIVE & REWARDS (INSPIRE) – US / Europe These slides are property of SECB and shall not be reproduced and/or distributed without permission from SECB.
  13. 13. IN SINGAPORE INCENTIVE & REWARDS (INSPIRE) – US / Europe These slides are property of SECB and shall not be reproduced and/or distributed without permission from SECB.
  14. 14. IN SINGAPORE INCENTIVE & REWARDS (INSPIRE) – US / Europe These slides are property of SECB and shall not be reproduced and/or distributed without permission from SECB.
  15. 15. Resources for Planning Your Event These slides are property of SECB and shall not be reproduced and/or distributed without permission from SECB. Singapore Guides Destination Videos Tourism Information Hub – Destination Images & More https://tih.stb.gov.sg/ Meeting Planners Guide www.visitsingapore.com/mice
  16. 16. Introduction to SECB & Singapore1 2 Our Dynamic Business Environment & Support for Business Events Mixing Business with Leisure4 Accommodation & Meeting Spaces3 These slides are property of SECB and shall not be reproduced and/or distributed without permission from SECB.
  17. 17. Accommodation 24 70,000 Room inventory by 2020 4 to 5-star hotels 2 to 3-star hotels Budget hotels € 204 to 340 / USD 240 to 400 € 51 to 170 / USD 60 to 200 € 17 to 51 / USD 20 to 60 * Singapore does not adopt a formalised star rating system. The star ratings mentioned are indicative only. 65,000 Current room capacity 6 Main Hotel Clusters within the city centre Singapore Expo / Max Atria Marina Bay Sands Raffles City Convention Centre These slides are property of SECB and shall not be reproduced and/or distributed without permission from SECB.
  18. 18. Wide Range of Meeting Facilities 25 WAREHOUSE HOTEL HOTEL MEETING ROOMS (10 TO 1,500 ATTENDEES) HUONE UNCONVENTIONAL SPACES (10 TO 500 ATTENDEES) RAFFLES CITY CONVENTION CENTRE CONVENTION CENTERS (10 TO 20,000 ATTENDEES) SHANGRI LA HOTEL CHAMBER AT THE ARTS HOUSE SUNTEC CONVENTION CENTRE These slides are property of SECB and shall not be reproduced and/or distributed without permission from SECB.
  19. 19. Inspiring Social Spaces 26 GARDENS BY THE BAY FLOWER FIELD HALL IN GARDENS BY THE BAY CLARKE QUAY FOR BUSTLING NIGHTLIFE ALONG SINGAPORE RIVER These slides are property of SECB and shall not be reproduced and/or distributed without permission from SECB. RWS SEA AQUARIUM CLIFFORD PIER TANJONG BEACH CLUB 1-ALTITUDE, HIGHEST ROOFTOP BAR IN THE WORLD
  20. 20. Heritage Venues NATIONAL GALLERY SINGAPORE CAPITOL THEATRE CHINESE HERITAGE CENTRE ASIAN CIVILISATION MUSEUM These slides are property of SECB and shall not be reproduced and/or distributed without permission from SECB. CHIJMES DININGCHIJMES HALL
  21. 21. SKYDIVE IN THE WORLD’S LARGEST WIND TUNNEL ASIA’S FIRST RIVER-THEMED WILDLIFE PARK, RIVER SAFARIAN EVENING IN A TIPI TENT AT NIGHT SAFARI 28 Extraordinary Experiences PRIVATE SUNSET CRUISE ALONG MARINA BAY These slides are property of SECB and shall not be reproduced and/or distributed without permission from SECB. AJ HACKETT SENTOSA, SINGAPORE’S FIRST BUNGY CHAMPAGNE FLIGHT ON SINGAPORE FLYER NETWORK ON THE ROYAL ALBATROSS SINGAPORE HOME EXPERIENCE
  22. 22. Introduction to SECB & Singapore1 2 Our Dynamic Business Environment & Support for Business Events Mixing Business with Leisure4 Accommodation & Meeting Spaces3 These slides are property of SECB and shall not be reproduced and/or distributed without permission from SECB.
  23. 23. Engaging Teambuilding Activities These slides are property of SECB and shall not be reproduced and/or distributed without permission from SECB. DRAGON BOATING AT MARINA BAY MEGAZIP ADVENTURE PARK SKYLINE LUGE SENTOSA AMAZING RACE DOWN CULTURAL PRECINCTS DRUMMING WORKSHOP SINGAPORE SLING MIXOLOGY CLASS
  24. 24. CSR Activities These slides are property of SECB and shall not be reproduced and/or distributed without permission from SECB. SOCIAL ENTERPRISE FOOD COURT BIKE ASSEMBLING FOR CHARITY COOKING AT SOUP KITCHENS CHARITY HANDICRAFT MAKING PACKING & DELIVERING GROCERIES FOR CHARITY TRANSFORMATIVE LEARNING EXPERIENCES
  25. 25. Enriching Business Tours & Learning Journeys 32 ECOLOGY WATER TECHNOLOGY URBAN PLANNING TRANSPORT ENVIRONMENT BUILT ENVIRONMENT MARITIME & PORT GUIDED TOURS OF SINGAPORE’S KEY EXPERTISE AREAS An added dimension to the overall Business Traveller experience These slides are property of SECB and shall not be reproduced and/or distributed without permission from SECB.
  26. 26. Exciting Gastronomic Hub These slides are property of SECB and shall not be reproduced and/or distributed without permission from SECB.
  27. 27. Michelin Guide Singapore 2017 38 Michelin Starred Restaurants These slides are property of SECB and shall not be reproduced and/or distributed without permission from SECB. CANDLENUT (PERANAKAN CUISINE) CORNER HOUSE (GASTRO-BOTANICA) JOËL ROBUCHON (FRENCH CONTEMPORARY) PRIVATE ROOM FOR 20 THE SONG OF INDIA (MODERN INDIAN) PRIVATE ROOM FOR 16 LEI GARDEN (CHINESE CANTONESE) PRIVATE ROOM FOR 70 PUTIEN (CHINESE FUJIAN) PRIVATE ROOM FOR 20
  28. 28. Museums in Singapore NATIONAL GALLERY SINGAPORE ARTSCIENCE MUSEUM NATIONAL MUSEUM OF SINGAPORE SINGAPORE ART MUSEUM PERANAKAN MUSEUM These slides are property of SECB and shall not be reproduced and/or distributed without permission from SECB.
  29. 29. Attractions in Marina Bay Marina Barrage Gardens by the Bay Marina Bay Cruise Centre Marina Bay Sands™Singapore Flyer These slides are property of SECB and shall not be reproduced and/or distributed without permission from SECB.
  30. 30. Gardens by the Bay 37 • Located next to the Marina Reservoir • Multi-award winning horticultural destination featuring 3 gardens, spanning 101 hectares of reclaimed land • Houses two cooled conservatories and the world’s tallest indoor waterfall • Potential MICE venue for unique social experiences These slides are property of SECB and shall not be reproduced and/or distributed without permission from SECB.
  31. 31. Botanic Gardens • 157-year old garden declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in July 2015 • Largest collection of orchids with 1,000 species and 2,000 hybrids • Spans 74 hectares, including an amphitheater for events and concerts These slides are property of SECB and shall not be reproduced and/or distributed without permission from SECB.
  32. 32. Attractions on Sentosa Island • An island resort located 15 minutes from the city centre • Home to various attractions such as RWS SEA Aquarium, the largest oceanarium in Southeast Asia, and Universal Studios Singapore These slides are property of SECB and shall not be reproduced and/or distributed without permission from SECB.
  33. 33. Chinatown • Historic Chinatown used to be the Chinese quarter where many Chinese immigrants settled in the early 19th century • Bustling mix of old and new – remains a traditional town that is rich in heritage, with streets that are lined with hip restaurants and underground cocktail bars at the same time These slides are property of SECB and shall not be reproduced and/or distributed without permission from SECB.
  34. 34. Kampong Glam • A malay enclave; has its origins as a fishing village • Grounds of the Malay royal palace, also home to the Malay Heritage Centre where travellers can get to know local Malay history and culture better • Streets of colourful wall murals, multi-label stores, quirky boutiques and hip bars and cafes These slides are property of SECB and shall not be reproduced and/or distributed without permission from SECB.
  35. 35. Little India • One of Singapore’s most vibrant districts • Olden-day trades sit next to newer businesses: flower- garland vendors, modern eateries, boutique hotels, as well as arts groups • Home to 24-hour shopping mall Mustafa Centre which offers everything from electronics to groceries These slides are property of SECB and shall not be reproduced and/or distributed without permission from SECB.
  36. 36. Joo Chiat and Katong These slides are property of SECB and shall not be reproduced and/or distributed without permission from SECB. • Home of the Peranakans or local-born, indigenous people from the Malay Archipelago in the 15th century • Stroll past heritage shophouses, quaint stores and eateries in this charming corner of eastern Singapore
  37. 37. Upcoming: Jewel Changi Airport • Changi Airport’s 4th terminal opened on 31 October 2017 • Current passenger handling capacity of 66 million a year expected to grow by approximately 16 million passengers a year • Jewel Changi Airport, a new retail and lifestyle complex, is slated for completion in 2019 • Integrating airport facilities with a hotel, retail, leisure and entertainment outlets, Jewel will also feature a 40m indoor waterfall and a 5-storey garden These slides are property of SECB and shall not be reproduced and/or distributed without permission from SECB.
  38. 38. Upcoming: Wildlife Eco-Tourism Hub by 2023 • 126-hectare wildlife and nature precinct dedicated to eco-tourism. • Slated for completion by 2023, it will house Singapore’s world-class Singapore Zoo, Night Safari and River Safari, and feature an integrated nature and wildlife precinct with five parks. • Banyan Tree Holdings will also open its first resort in Singapore with a new eco-friendly development at Mandai. With an estimated 400 rooms, the resort will provide a close to nature experience . • Mandai Bird Park is slated to open in 2020 These slides are property of SECB and shall not be reproduced and/or distributed without permission from SECB.
  39. 39. DAY 1 Cultural Discovery Morning DAY 2 A Modern Metropolis DAY 3 City in a Garden DAY 4 Island Life Afternoon Evening 4D/3N Singapore Discovery Itinerary These slides are property of SECB and shall not be reproduced and/or distributed without permission from SECB.
  40. 40. 47 Restricted These slides are property of STB and shall not be reproduced or distributed without STB’s written permission DAY 1 - Cultural Discovery Morning Discover a Local Breakfast, followed by morning Tai Chi at the Singapore Botanic Gardens ending off to be immersed in colourful orchids at the Orchid Garden. Afternoon Evening Break into groups and depart on a cultural hunt around the cultural districts of Chinatown, Little India and Joo Chiat. Be adventurous and savour our local hawker fare like Chicken Rice, Laksa etc.. Have a world famous Singapore Sling at the Raffles Hotel followed by famous Chilli Crab seafood dinner on the Bay
  41. 41. 48 Restricted These slides are property of STB and shall not be reproduced or distributed without STB’s written permission DAY 2 - A Modern Metropolis Morning Visit the Civic District and Marina Bay and see the cosmopolitan city against a backdrop of traditional and modern. Stop by the URA City Gallery and discover Singapore’s transformation. Afternoon Evening Take a traditional bum boat cruise along the Singapore River and spot iconic landmarks like the Merlion and Esplanade, Singapore’s performing arts theatre, shaped like the “King of Fruits”. Then discover Marina Bay Sands, an iconic property in the heart of Marina Bay. At night, discover new concoctions at a hidden secret bar at the Library at the trendy Keong Siak Road or dance the night away at 1-Altitude, the world’s tallest rooftop bar.
  42. 42. 49 Restricted These slides are property of STB and shall not be reproduced or distributed without STB’s written permission DAY 3 – City in a Garden Morning Visit the local Tekka market to discover the freshest produce and tropical fruits and spices. Then, pick your own produce and learn to master local dishes in a culinary class Afternoon Evening Visit Gardens by the Bay, and be awed by the world’s largest glass green house and discover unique plants and flowers. As dusk falls, enjoy exclusive views of the lush Seletar Reservoir, while enjoying dinner in Singapore’s first tipi tent amid the tranquillity of the rainforest at the Night Safari, the world’s first nocturnal wildlife park.
  43. 43. 50 Restricted These slides are property of STB and shall not be reproduced or distributed without STB’s written permission DAY 4 – Island Life Morning Visit Sentosa, an island 10 mins away from the city and pick a sun chair on Tanjong Beach Club and soak up the sun or start living your life fearlessly by getting on Singapore’s first and only bungy tower which stands 50m above the ground Afternoon Evening In the afternoon, choose from one of the 10 destination spas on the island and indulge in a unique Asian treatment to soothe your tired muscles or play golf against the Singapore Straits with panoramic views of metropolitan Singapore. Embark on the unique Tall Ship for a sunset sail around Sentosa and the Southern Islands. Then end the evening off at the exclusive Sentosa Cove for dinner.
  44. 44. See You in Singapore! © 2018 Singapore Tourism Board. All rights reserved. No part of this presentation may be reproduced, distributed, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means without the prior written permission of STB or as otherwise permitted herein. STB makes no representation or warranty, express or implied, as to the accuracy or completeness of any information contained in this presentation. STB, its members, officers, employees and any other persons acting under its direction, shall not be liable for any loss, injury or damage, whether direct or indirect, arising out of or in connection with the use of information in this presentation. The contents of this presentation are for the purposes of discussion and do not represent or fetter any future STB policy or decision. W : www.visitsingapore.com/mice E : secb@stb.gov.sg

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