5 reasons to sign up for Singapore INSPIRES

With C&IT and Singapore Tourism Board's joint event, Singapore INSPIRES, fast approaching, here's five reasons to sign up before it's too late!

The Clifford Pier
The Clifford Pier

Agency buyers can apply for a complimentary place here


Enjoy an extravagant welcome reception at Marina Bay Sands

An integrated resort developed by parent company Las Vegas Sands at a cost of USD 6 billion, the project includes dining and entertainment offerings, retail, MICE facilities and a casino.

One of the highlights includes the SkyPark, which features the world’s largest elevated outdoor pool – the infinity pool – that overlooks Singapore’s breath-taking city skyline and the sea, while the SkyPark is large enough to park three Boeing A380 planes. It will be a unique experience for the Singapore INSPIRES delegates who will enjoy a lavish welcome reception on the first night of the trip.

Sip champagne on the OCBC Skyway at Gardens by the Bay

Arching across the stunning Supertree Grove, OCBC Skyway is an aerial walkway 22 metres above ground. Undoubtedly one of Singapore’s top incentive experiences, delegates will enjoy a scenic stroll with breathtaking views of the city skyline. What’s more, the Garden Rhapsody light and sound show will be exclusively scheduled for guests to marvel at the Supertrees in a musical display of special effects.

Experience the C&I wonder of Resorts World Sentosa

Developed to a tune of S$6 billion, Resorts World Sentosa, the integrated resort located on Sentosa island consists of celebrity chef restaurants, theme parks and a casino. RWS is home to Southeast Asia’s first and only Universal Studios theme park as well as one of the world’s largest aquariums, the SEA Aquarium.

The complex will be the host venue for the Singapore INSPIRES one-day forum, which will include a detailed presentation from the Singapore Tourism Board on the destination and exclusive case studies presented by brands and agencies with expert knowledge on delivering events in Singapore.  

Sample the best of Singaporean cuisine in a stunning setting 

Featuring Singapore’s unique hawker culture and honouring its historical position as the landing point of Singapore’s forefathers, as well as a melting pot of diverse cultures, The Clifford Pier at the Fullerton Hotel is one of destinations most iconic heritage sites and will be the setting for one of many sumptuous dining experiences over the course of the four-day event.

Enjoy an exclusive preview of the new JW Marriott Singapore South Beach

A design-led landmark in the heart of Singapore's art and culture district, JW Marriott Hotel Singapore South Beach fuses contemporary architecture with restored heritage in a brilliant show of form and function.

Occupying three heritage buildings and two new hotel blocks, the luxury hotel features 634 guest rooms including 47 suites, 17 meeting rooms/venues, a grand ballroom with Philippe Starck-design interiors, two sky gardens, two outdoor pools, the signature Spa by JW and nine unique food and beverage concepts, including a restaurant helmed by world renowned chef, Akira Back, of Iron Chef America fame.


The five-day event, open to senior agency buyers, will combine content sessions, visits to Singapore’s top venues and attractions, showcase experiential activities for meetings and incentive groups as well as networking opportunities with Singapore suppliers.

Delegates will be treated to an action-packed itinerary showcasing Singapore’s C&I highlights. The stunning Gardens by the Bay and the 156-year old Singapore Botanic Gardens will be visited, which includes the world’s largest greenhouse. Buyers will also get the chance to delve into Singapore’s renowned food culture, which was celebrated last year with the launch of the destination’s inaugural Michelin Guide.

Agency buyers can apply for a complimentary place here

 

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