Discover Singapore

Singapore’s presence in the world today is larger than her moniker “the little red dot”. From a small fishing village, Singapore has since evolved into a bustling cosmopolitan city that is rich with culture, strategic location, excellent infrastructure and great attractions.

Asia’s Leading Medical Hub
With well-respected doctors trained in the best centers around the world, internationally-accredited hospitals and speciality centers, a global reputation as a medical convention and training center, a fast-growing basic and clinical research hub, Singapore has established itself as Asia's leading medical hub, serving medical travellers from around the world.

Sights and Sounds that you can check out while you are here for 10th IDF-WPR Congress 2014

For a fascinating peek into Singapore’s Chinese culture and history, Chinatown is a good place to start. The heart of Chinatown is a bustling, colourful mix of old and new, from family-run goldsmiths and medicine halls, to textile stores and dim sum restaurants. Here, you will enjoy a mix of heritage, shopping as well as a good variety of food options, which are sure to leave a traveller happy and satisfied at the end of the day.

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Gardens by the Bay
Spanning 101 hectares, and just a five-minute walk from the downtown Marina Bay area, this award-winning horticultural attraction is home to over a quarter of a million rare plants. From the waterfront promenade, one can enjoy an amazing view of the Marina Bay financial district skyline.

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Orchard Road
Be spoilt for choice as you satisfy your love for shopping at the revamped Orchard Road with new malls that have sprung up in the recent years. From luxurious goods and fashionable clothing, to technology items, gadgets and more, find the best places to spot the latest trends and fill your bags at this shopping mecca.

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Singapore Food Trail
Get a gastronomic experience of local culinary here at the Singapore Food Trail, amidst the nostalgic and charming setting of Singapore in the 1960s. You’ll find a mix of Singapore’s famous hawker food such as Hainanese chicken rice and nasi lemak (mixed coconut rice) served from makeshift carts. Snack on old-time favourites such as ice balls and kachang puteh (roasted nuts), or feast on other local delights at the Singapore Food Trail.

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Enhance your Singapore experience with an afternoon visit to Sentosa Island, Singapore's relaxing island resort. You'll travel to this island haven by scenic cable car, visit the world’s largest oceanarium, the Marine Life ParkTM,  see the Images of Singapore story and enjoy the multi-sensory sound and light water show Songs of the Sea. This action-packed, family-friendly afternoon tour to Sentosa Island is guaranteed to please children and adults alike.

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Singapore Flyer
Feel the energy of the city beneath your feet on the world’s largest observation wheel — the Singapore Flyer. Standing at 165 metres, the Flyer’s height is equivalent to 31 male giraffes stacked on top of one another! Indulge in the breathtaking 360 degree views and have some fun by spotting iconic and historical landmarks along the Singapore River.

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For more information on other tourist destinations in Singapore, visit Your Singapore. Various day tours are available on http://tours.yoursingapore.com.

All stated dates and timings for this conference are in accordance to the Singapore time, GMT +8.
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