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  award-winning bars and nightlife venues that are perfect for unwinding after a long day of meetings.
Marina Bay has luxury hotels, exclusive nightspots, fine dining destinations and world- class theatres, all connected by a beautiful waterfront promenade that provides memorably scenic views.
The historic Singapore River, which is flanked by lifestyle hotspots Boat Quay, Clarke Quay and Robertson Quay, is abuzz with a lively array of dining and nightlife options. The best way to explore them all is with a ride on the quaint River Taxi that plies the waterway.
The southern neighbourhood of Harbourfront is the gateway to Sentosa, a 500-hectare island resort located just 15 minutes away from the central business and shopping districts. The balmy precinct brings together 32 stunning attractions and more than 130 dining options to suit all budgets.
At the thriving precinct of Chinatown, well-preserved conservation shophouses have been converted into hip bars and restaurants that smartly marry the old with the new. And at Little India, experience the cacophony of car horns, bicycle bells and the vibrant chatter of residents in what is one of Singapore’s most vibrant and culturally authentic districts. Hidden amidst its colourful alleyways permeated with the heady scent of spices are trendy hotels and
bars, and charming shopping and authentic dining options.
Singapore’s standing as a premier business and MICE destination is further burnished as it continues to host major regional and international events in 2020, including Singapore Airshow 2020, Food & Hotel Asia, Super Computing Asia and ConnecTechAsia.

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