*Note: The Hotel will be finalized 1-2 months prior to the Conference.
Singapore is a country in Southeast Asia. Singapore, officially the Republic of Singapore, is a sovereign island city-state in Southeast Asia's maritime region. It is located off the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula, about one degree north of the equator (137 kilometers or 85 miles), bordering the Straits of Malacca to the west, the Riau Islands (Indonesia) to the south, and the South China Sea to the east. The country's territory is made up of one main island, 63 satellite islands and islets, and one outlying islet, with a combined size that has grown by 25% since independence due to massive land reclamation projects. It boasts the world's second-highest population density. With such a diverse population, it's important to recognize the importance of mutual respect. Sir Stamford Raffles established modern Singapore in 1819 as a British Empire commercial base. The colonies in Southeast Asia were reorganized in 1867, and Singapore was placed under direct British authority as part of the Straits Settlements.
Singapore’s tourist attractions: Marina Bay Sands, Gardens by the Bay, Botanic Gardens, Singapore Zoo, Orchard Road, Singapore Flyer, Raffles Hotel Singapore, Chinatown, Sentosa Island, Clarke Quay, Universal Studios Singapore, Night Safari Singapore, Merlion Park, Asian Civilizations Museum, Pulau Ubin, Fort Canning Park, The Maritime Experiential Museum, Fort Siloso, National Gallery Singapore, Jewel Changi Airport
There are eight airports in Singapore, but Changi Airport is the main airport. It is a world-class airport and has been repeatedly awarded as the best airport in the world. The airport is connected to several cities across the world, such as New York, London, Shanghai, Paris, Sydney, Delhi, etc. Major airlines serving this airport include Air China, Air France, Air India, Bangkok Airways, Lufthansa, Qatar Airways, and many more.
Singapore can be reached by road from Peninsular Malaysia, through two land crossings, namely Johor–Singapore Causeway and Malaysia–Singapore Second Link. There are many bus services to and from Malaysia, with no central terminal as the buses ply throughout the city. Some of the major bus operators are KKKL, Aeroline, First Coach, NiCE, Transnasional, Transtar, and many more.
Singapore is connected to Malaysia, via shuttle train service between JB Sentral in Johor Bahru, Malaysia, and Woodlands Train Checkpoint in Singapore. From the Woodlands KTMB station, you can avail yourself of buses or taxis to reach your destination.