Singapore – the highlights for your next incentive

Singapore – located between Malaysia and Indonesia, covers the smallest island in the city state of Southeast Asia. The city of the future includes a main island, three larger and 58 smaller islands.

Warmth, the smell of evergrowing plants and trees, lush greenery, cleanliness and safety. The many different cultures shape a diverse cityscape and this comes the exciting architecture. It just speaks a lot for an incentive in this city. A week ago, we were site inspectors for one of our long-standing customers, with whom we plan an incentive next year, on site and were convinced by the beauty.

Changi International Airport in Singapore is one of the most modern airports in the world and is served by 400 cities worldwide. Clear signage, a modern design and even rarely seen planting in the terminal show the diversity of Singapore on arrival. Also well signposted is the metro. It is also one of the most modern, efficient and fastest modes of transport in the world. The metropolitan railways in Singapore drive completely without a driver and are mostly without personnel. In Marina Bay, Singapore’s new landmark, Marina Bay Sands, is representative of progress. The 5-star hotel is famous for its unique architecture with the 3-building sprawling pool. With 2,561 state-of-the-art rooms and 250 meeting rooms, the hotel offers enough space to organize everything under one roof. An observation deck on the 57th floor as well as a huge shopping mall with exclusive shops complete your trip perfectly.

It’s hard to believe that Singapore has a real 101-hectare jungle paradise next to the urban jungle. Colorful flowers, tall palm trees, water features and birdsong relax the mind and provide a perfect change in your program. In two large glass greenhouses one can admire biotopes of different climate zones. In the evening, a light show will be presented twice a day at the Sky Trees. The large flowers are colorfully lit and highlighted with beautiful music.

Another well-known attraction in Singapore is the Singapore Flyer. The 165-meter-tall Ferris Wheel is the second largest in the world, next to Las Vegas. The architecture is based on the London Eye and also has large oval glass gondolas, from which you can overlook the futuristic and progressive metropolis.

Orchard Road is the most famous shopping street in Singapore. At the southern end of the street is the Istana, the official residence of the President of Singapore. Orchard Road also has many well-known restaurants, cafes and hotels. One of them is the Grand Hyatt. Slightly smaller than the Marina Bay Sants, the Grand Hyatt has 677 luxurious rooms, an elegant outdoor pool and 6 restaurants including the award-winning mezza9.

Winner of several awards as the best business destination in Asia, Singapore offers you everything you could ever dream of with an incentive. Diverse, sustainable and optimally networked, we will gladly assist you with your next incentive to Singapore, but we will also be happy to help and advise you on every other incentive.