Explore Singapore

Identity Week Asia will be held in the heart of Asia, the bright and bustling metropolis, Singapore.

   


Singapore is a renowned business destination at the forefront of innovation for both business and leisure. A city fuelled by passion and pride, you will find incredible sights being crafted, designed, grown or built by locals around every corner. Experience the architectural wonders, lush parks, world-class attractions and amazing food whilst on your visit to Identity Week Asia.

 

 

WHAT TO DO

 
   

Marina Bay Sands SkyPark

 

Atop the roof of Marina Bay, 200 metres above the ground, you will find a SkyPark full of surprises; Soak in the world's largest rooftop infinity pool and take in the panoramic views of Marina Bay. Visit the Observation Deck draped in clouds and experience breathtaking views of Singapore's world-class cityscape.

Get a birds-eye view of the Gardens by the Bay and the impressive Supertree Grove, or the sea that stretches from Marina South Pier to the Singapore Strait.

Entry to the SkyPark and Infinity Pool are free to Marina Bay Sands hotel guests, however, general admission tickets are available online.
 

 
         
     

Singapore Flyer

 

Sticking out among the skyscrapers of the Singapore skyline, the Singapore Flyer is where to go for the most magnificent views of the city. A scenic spin on the Singapore Flyer will take you 165 meters above ground boasting views of iconic landmarks from Marina Bay, the Singapore River, Raffles Place, Merlion Park, Empress Place and Padang.

On a clear and bright day, you'll be able to spot distant landmarks such as Sentosa Island, Changi Airport and parts of Malaysia and Indonesia. Ride the Singapore Flyer at night fall, and see the city illuminated by the skyline's twinkling lights. 

Find out more and pre-book your tickets online.

 

 
         
   

Sentosa Island

 

Sentosa Island is Singapore's playground for adults and children alike. This manmade island, accessible via a small bridge from the main Singapore island, is jam-packed with a variety of activities.

Visit the island's multitudes of beaches, ride the Skyline Luge, take part in a game of golf at the Sentosa Golf Club or walk amongst the tree tops at the Fort Siloso SkyWalk. 

All features are easy to get to, thanks to a free bus service that runs around the island as well as a free monorail service.

Find out more and book your tickets online.

 
     
 
 
 
 
 

WHERE TO EAT

 
   

Candlenut, Tanglin

 

The world's first Michelin-starred Peranakan restaurant, Candlenut takes a contemporary yet authentic approach to traditional Straits-Chinese cuisine. The restaurant serves up refined Perankan cuisine that preserves the essence and complexities of traditional food, with astute twists that lift the often rich dishes to a different level.

Helmed by chef Malcom Lee, Candlenut is committed to continually create inspired and elevated Peranakan dishes using the freshest seasonal produce available.

View the menu or make a reservation online.

 

 
         
   

Burnt Ends, Chinatown

 

The modern Australian barbecue restaurant is famous for its open-concept kitchen with custom-made grills and oven fired by coal, apple or almond wood. These four-tonne, dual cavity ovens and three elevation grills heat up to over 1,700 degrees. It is said to be modelled after one that Pynt hand-built for an extended pop-up barbecue event in London.

Since welcoming its first guests in May 2013, the restaurant has established itself as an integral part of Singapore's new good order in the country's historic Chinatown neighbourhood.

View the menu or make a reservation online.


 

 
         
   

Herbivore, Central

 

Herbivore stands out from the sea of vegetarian restaurants found at Fortune Centre with its unique menu made up of Japanese and Western dishes.
Tuck into the protein-rich natto soba, which are buckwheat noodles mixed with fermented soya beans, or the unagi maki, which puts a spin on the traditional Japanese grilled eel rice rolls by using tofu-based ‘eel’. On the Western side of the menu, pastas like carbonara with mock teriyaki fish make Herbivore one of the more versatile vegetarian joints in town.

View the menu or make a reservation online.

 
     
 
 
 
 

WHERE TO SHOP

 
   

Suntec City Mall, City Hall

 

Drop by Suntec City Mall and get lost it its concrete labyrinth of play. The mall sprawls up to a massive 82,500 sqm, divided into four zones for simple navigation. The mall boasts more than 380 retail outlets, over 100 restaurants and a lifestyle haven including a movie theatre, fitness hub, SuperPark and an indoor playground for children and adults.

If you still have some energy left when the sun sets, make your way to the clubs of Wan and Commas with your party people and dance the night away.

Plan your visit online.

 

 
         
   

VivoCity, Habourfront

 

You may need a map to navigate your way around VivoCity, Singapore's largest retail and lifestyle destination. This sprawling mall has everything under one roof; shop at the likes of Kiehl's, Aesop, H&M, Tangs and more, then cool down at the rooftop mini water playground.

Consider treating yourself to a blockbuster at the Golden Village's Gold class, or calm those hunger pangs with its extensive directory of eateries.

Plan your visit online.

 

 
         
   

ION Orchard, Orchard

 

ION Orchard, the 'centre of gravity' in the Singapore retail scene, with jaw-dropping architecture, cutting-edge design and more than 300 stores.

As well as visiting for a shopping trip, be sure to visit the extra special features of this grand shopping mall; ION Sky, a double-story observation deck on the top of the mall, an art gallery that boasts 4000-square-foot of art space, as well as restaurants and shops that houses designer brands such as, Cartier, Dior, Prada and Louis Vuitton, as well as dependable staples from Topshop, Uniqlo and Zara.

Plan your visit online.