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Singapore

Singapore – Plan your travel or events with top Singapore activities

A multi-culture country, teeming with sightseeing opportunities, Singapore will definitely leave a unique and an unforgettable once in a lifetime experience. Both visitors and tourists will be awed by Singapore’s clean and green image. Featuring glossy shopping malls, accompanied with Singapore’s renowned restaurants and food centers, all of which epitomize the fusion of the Chinese, Malay and Indian cultures, will leave tourists and visitors craving for more!

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    Personalised Meet and Greet Service
    Personalized service conducted exclusively through the VIP terminal and passengers are escorted to and from the boarding gate/arrival gate by electric buggy. Passengers are escorted through a dedicated Immigration and Customs counter and into the VIP Terminal lounge to refresh and relax after their trip whilst the Guest Relation Officer retrieve their baggage.

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    Golf with a View at Marina Bay Golf Course
    Located strategically in the heart of town, it’s offers golfers great accessiblity and a picturesque view of the city skyline, be it day or night. Designed by South African Phil Jacobs, the course has a unique link-styled design with dramatic features, including 91 pot bunkers.

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    The Secret Garden at Spa Botanica
    Stay close to nature and stay far from the hustle and bustle of city life at Spa Botanica, Singapore’s forst garden destination spa and a four-time award winning luxury spa.

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    Ethnic Shopping With its colourful fusion of races, Singapore respresents a treasure trove of ethnic finds. Discover silk in the Chinese neighbourhoods; browse batiks and leather ware in the Malay quarter; and find handicrafts and jewellery in the Indian section.

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    Take flying to a whole new level at iFly Singapore
    Experience the adrenaline rush of skydiving, without the potential risks. No bad weather. No aeroplanes. Your flight experience begins from the minute you set foot in the airport terminal themed facility. As the only wind tunnel with an 18 feet tall acrylic glass wall, you get to enjoy an unparalleled view of South China Sea and Siloso Beach.

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    Wine and Chill at 1-Altitude
    1-Altitude is one of singapore’s highest dining and entertainment venues, situated 282 metres above sea level. A place to chill out while enjoying splendid views of Singapore. The vibe here is akin to a Morocco-meets-Manhatten-night; relaxed yet sophisticated.

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    Museums
    Singapore has over 50 museums, and most of these museums have a main theme with a local flavour. Witness the different pasts this country has seen by visiting any of Singapore’s museums! Choose between military history, the progress of Asian civilisation, or delve into the many different cultures that have made Singapore home over the centuries.

    • Asian Civilisation Museum
      The Asian Civilisation Museum showcases the diverse heritage that Singapore is widely known for.
    • National Museum Singapore
      The National Museum is the nation’s oldest, and one of the city’s architectural icons.
    • Singapore Arts Museum
      The Singapore Arts Museum is a contemporary art museum that focuses on international contemporary art practices, specialising in Singapore and Southeast Asia.
  • Organised by:

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    Singapore Association of Social Workers
  • In Partnership with:

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    Department of Social Work,
    National University of Singapore
  • Supported by:

    Kwan

    Kwan Im Thong Hood Cho Temple

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    Lee Foundation

    Lee Foundation

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     Logo MOHMinistry of Health
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    Logo MSF
    Ministry of Social &
    Family Development

  • Supported by:

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    Social Service


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  • logo SECB
    Singapore Exhibition and
    Convention Bureau
  • Held in:

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    Singapore
  • Supported by:

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    Singapore Workforce
    Development Agency


  • AIC
    Agency for Integrated Care


  • CCF

    Children Cancer Foundation

  • Other Supporting Organisations:

    CCS

     Care Corner Singapore



  • CGH

    Changi General Hospital


  • IMH

    Institute of Mental Health

  • Other Supporting Organisations:
    KKH

    KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital


  • NCCS
    National Cancer Centre Singapore

  • NHCS

    National Heart Centre Singapore

  • Other Supporting Organisations:
    NUH

    National University Hospital


  • NG Teng FOng

    Ng Teng Fong General Hospital


  • SIM Uni

     SIM University


  • SGH

    Singapore General Hospital


  • TTSH

    Tan Tock Seng Hospital