Be prepared for a thrilling end to the year as Singapore’s much-loved “Christmas in the Tropics” (CIT) returns from Nov 2012 to 6 Jan 2013.
Ahead of the 2012 F1 Singtel Singapore Grand Prix and the World Travel Awards Asia & Australasia Gala Ceremony, a dynamic city guide has been unveiled to help travellers discover the highlights of scintillating Singapore. Capturing the cultural diversity, safety and elegance for which the South East Asian destination is renowned, Singapore.City.Mobi. lists everything visitors to the island country need to know about Singapore during their stay.
World Sport Group has launched the sale of 61 executive suites as part of the National Stadium Club membership programme at the Singapore Sports Hub. Set to open in April 2014, the S$1.33 billion facility will be the first of its kind in the world.
October looks set to be a busy month for the architecture and design communities. From 3 to 5 October, Singapore will play host to the World Architecture Festival (WAF) held for the first time in Asia. The 3-day event will take place at Marina Bay Sands, a widely acclaimed design by renowned architect Moshe Safdie and an architectural icon in its own right.
Singapore Tourism Board has confirmed that it will be supporting the National Travel Agents Association of Singapore (NATAS) at the upcoming Arabian Travel Market 2012 taking place in Dubai 30 April through 3 May, as the upscale island nation presents its ‘new’ look to the show’s visitors.
A group of tour operators from Singapore has successfully completed their familiarization trip in Seychelles and has described the islands as an incredible destination to visit for her culture, nature, and adventure.
UBM Live and UBM Asia have named Singapore Cruise Centre Private Ltd. the exclusive Platinum Sponsor of the inaugural Cruise Shipping Asia event scheduled Nov. 16-18, 2011, in Singapore. Cruise Shipping Asia 2011 is a tradeshow and conference focusing on the Asia Pacific cruise market.
For the fourth consecutive year Singapore has clinched the title of Top International Meetings City in the Union of International Association’s global Rankings, reaffirming its standing as the leading business events destination.
International visitor arrivals to Singapore grew by 15.4% year-on-year in February 2011 to reach 990,000 visitors.International visitor arrivals (IVA) to Singapore registered 15.4% year-on-year growth to reach 990,000 in February 2011.
The ten members of the Association of the South-eastern Asian Nations will officially launch their new consumer destination marketing campaign at ITB Berlin this week. The campaign – entitled South-east Asia: Feel the warmth - is designed to travellers to plan trips, estimate costs, check availability and book through a unique map-based trip planner.
Singapore, historically one of the UK’s popular long haul destinations for travellers, continues to entice visitors with its “2009 Reasons to Enjoy Singapore” campaign. Featuring special packages, promotions and value-added incentives with key industry partners, now is the perfect time for travellers to enjoy the country’s many cultural attractions and engaging activities that make it such a great holiday destination and stopover hub. Plus today, Singapore Airlines, in conjunction with the Singapore Tourism Board (STB) and Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore, has launched the Fabulous Singapore Stopover package offering UK customers the opportunity to experience the destination for one pound sterling for the first night at selected hotels across the Island!
Opening the fifth annual LCC Summit in Singapore today, CAPA Chairman, Peter Harbison addressed the threat of government protectionism, calling on ” governments to avoid shooting themselves in the foot by resorting to protectionism. Preventing market access simply to protect an airline which may not be sustainable is to do just that.”