From cultural enclaves to lesser-known event venues, this sample itinerary by Pacific World showcases the best of what Singapore has to offer incentive travel groups of up to 1000 delegates.

Day 1 – Arriving in style

One day before the actual conference starts, guests will arrive in staggered flights and be greeted by the welcoming hosts dressed in conference colours holding brand banners. From there, they will be transferred to the hotel for check-in.

DAY 2 – A warm welcome

The Raffles Hotel is a great place to start discovering Singapore’s heritage, with its truly historical and colonial feel. With a combination of the Bar & Billiard Room, Palm Garden, East India Room & Courtyard, the venue can host up to 1000 standing delegates. This unique combination of indoor and outdoor spaces gives guests the opportunity of networking in air-conditioned comfort or under the tropical skies. Nothing is more memorable than to enjoy the famous Singapore Sling at The Raffles Hotel.

For a more dynamic and thrilling evening, why not privatise the official Singapore Grand Prix race track? Located next to the iconic Singapore Flyer, Marina Promenade is a long stretch of land, specially converted in a race track during the Formula 1 period every year.
Stare in awe at the stunning panoramic view of Gardens by the Bay, as you sip a refreshing cocktail under the stars at Supertree Grove. Flexible and highly customisable, Marina Promenade is a great spot ready to accommodate various event sizes and needs.

DAY 3 – Exploring more

Today is about discovering more of Singapore. Hop on one of our selected tours to scratch beneath the surface and unravel hidden faces of Singapore. The tours are all customised and can accommodate up to 200 guests each.

Cultural Kaleidoscope

No trip to Singapore would be complete without visiting the cultural enclaves to understand the heart and soul of Singapore’s cultural diversity. Let us guide you through the historical quarters of Chinatown, Arab Street and Little India as you unravel the origins of our island. Walk around Chinatown to experience its vibrancy, where the hand of conservation has generously turned old shophouse facades into the brilliance of its glorious past. Experience the diversity and colours as you browse around the enclave and explore on foot, observing age-old customs and architecture typical of a bygone era. Check out Arab Street, the cultural hub for early Arabs in Singapore – flanked by small shops selling carpets, textiles, crafts and rattan baskets. Feel the vibe of lively Indian culture by walking past garland making stools, temples and local shops along Little India, and learn why the sari is often described as ‘the apparel that covers all … yet reveals all’.

Singapore Synopsis

Behind this tour, one will discover that every building that graces the skyline of Singapore has a story of inspired dreams, thoughtful planning, careful execution, and lessons for the future. Join us as we take you on a tour of Singapore City Gallery to explore urban planning and design, and built heritage in Singapore. We will drive through Tiong Bahru, Singapore’s first HDB estate, and stop at Tiong Bahru Food Centre for a taste of local food. Next, we will drive past several HDB estates to showcase how Singapore’s housing has developed over the years, including the famous The Pinnacle at Duxton boasting a 50th storey Skybridge and housing 1848 apartments over seven towering blocks.
From there, take a leisurely boat ride down the Singapore River – regarded as the lifeline of Singapore where our first immigrants eked out their meagre living and discover how Singapore transform from an obscure little fishing village to a world-renowned seaport.

Dragon Boating Challenge

For sports enthusiasts, join our exciting Dragon Boating challenge. Boats can take up to 20 paddlers each, so sit up tight and buckle up for this fun (and wet) competition!
The dragon boating spot along the Kallang River is a haven for water sports enthusiasts. On weekends, dragon boat teams, canoers and water-skiers gather here, practising and displaying their skills, and preparing for competitions. Originating in third century B.C. China, dragon boat racing is one of the fastest growing athletic events and is now being considered a demonstration sport at both the Olympic and the Commonwealth Games.

DAY 4 – Wine and dine

Groups can host gala dinners at The Meadow located within Gardens by the Bay. Said to be Singapore’s largest outdoor venue with a truly spectacular city landscape, it is shaped like a flowerbowl and can accommodate up to 30,000.
A little further away, there is a nature-inspired jewel retreat called GardenAsia. This secluded hideaway exudes a laid-back vibe, a contrast against the hustle and bustle of the city. Encompassing different areas of Bistro & Bluesky (covered) and Kranji Loft (covered tent), this venue can take in a maximum of 1000 guests.

Before departure, guests can have a free and easy day to rest or continue exploring Singapore. Take advantage of Singapore’s reputation as a shopping paradise and head to Orchard Road or Marina Bay for some last minute purchases, before heading to the airport.

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