The conference will be held at SIM HQ Blk D - Performing Arts Theatre.
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Parking at SIM HQ
Singapore is a multiracial, multireligious city-state with a residential population of 5.5 million. A former British colony, Singapore became an independent country in 1965. Over the past 50 years, the island has steadily transformed itself into a highly developed economy with the world’s second-busiest port. Beneath the façade of modern high-rise buildings is a rich tapestry of traditions and vibrant cultures that make your visit to Singapore a unique and memorable experience.
For more information about Singapore, visit http://www.yoursingapore.com
You’re required to apply for an entry visa if you hold an ordinary passport or identity document issued by the following countries/regions:
For more information on how you may apply for an entry visa, visit Singapore’s Immigration and Checkpoints Authority web site at http://www.ica.gov.sg
You’ll find it relatively easy to travel around Singapore. The city-state’s public transport system is reliable, and a number of its major tourist attractions is conveniently located near the Mass Rapid Transport (MRT) or subway stations.
Singapore Bus Service (SBS) and Singapore Mass Rapid Transport (SMRT) operate the bus and train services in Singapore. You can check out the travel maps, schedules, and fares at SBS’ and SMRT’s websites.
Taxis are also reasonably priced. A 30-minute trip from Changi Airport to the city centre costs between SGD25 to SGD40, depending on whether peak hour surcharges apply.
Singapore has a wide range of accommodation to suit various budgetary needs.
Budget hotels start from SGD130/night, while five-star accommodation ranges from SGD450/night to SGD900/night.Electrical Voltage
The standard voltage in Singapore is 220V/240V, 50 Hz. Singapore uses the UK three-pronged, square pin-type sockets. You’ll need a travel adaptor if using plugs from the US, Western and Eastern Europe, and Australia.
Here’s more essential information for visitors to Singapore: http://www.yoursingapore.com/content/traveller/en/plan-your-trip/travel-essentials.html