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Mice Asia Net : July 2008
singapore itinerary iDeas Finding thingS to do in Singapore is easy. Just take a look at this sample itinerary with ideas on team-building experience, activities and dining options. Day 1 Meet in hotel lobby and transfer to the Singapore Flyer for a breakfast meeting. Offering incredible, ever-changing views, the Singapore Flyer can be hired for both exclusive group and private bookings. Take a Hippo Bus tour of the F1 circuit. One of only three street races in the Grand Prix competition, Singapore’s 5.067km circuit will take drivers past famous icons including the Esplanade Theatres on the Bay, the Merlion and the Singapore Flyer. From there, explore the National Museum of Singapore. Designed to be the people’s museum, the National Museum of Singapore presents the island nation’s exciting and intriguing history in a variety of cutting edge ways – redefining the conventional museum experience. Lunch at the Salon & Terrace, the National Museum of Singapore. Situated on the ground floor of the historic building of the museum, this enchanting room is one of the most sought after venues for private events and corporate functions. Later in the afternoon, transfer to Sentosa Island for the Sentosa Imbiah Challenge. The Sentosa Imbiah Challenge is a station-game outdoor challenge which begins at the Imbiah Lookout. Each team is equipped with a kit containing information such as clue cards, maps and other materials required to complete the race. The Sentosa Imbiah Challenge takes the teams through Sentosa attractions such as the Butterfly Park and Insect Kingdom, Images of Singapore, the Merlion Park and ends at the Sentosa Luge where participants get to speed down the side of the hill for a triumphant finale. Enjoy drinks at Café Del Mar. Internationally renowned Café Del Mar, brings a slice of Ibiza to Singapore on Sentosa Island. Sprawling across 25,000 sq ft of gorgeous sand at Siloso Beach, this is the ideal location to enjoy breathtaking sunsets while sipping mouth watering cocktails. Dinner at Gazebos on Siloso Beach Sentosa. Gazebo can accommodate both casual buffets as well as sit-down catered dinners. Day 2 Following breakfast in your hotel, embark for the Singapore Botanic Gardens where you can learn Tai Chi. Transfer to Coriander Leaf for a team-building cooking class and 32 miceAsia.net lunch. Showcasing South Asian, Southeast Asian, Middle Eastern and East Asian cuisine participants can learn how to incorporate the different tastes of these cuisines into dishes in teambuilding activities. Proceed to Kallang Water Sports Centre for a team-building Dragon Boat Racing exercise. In the early evening depart for drinks at One Rochester Park. One of Singapore’s original gastro-bars, One Rochester is a beautiful retro- fitted black and white bungalow in Rochester Park. The bar satisfies most cravings with 260 wines, more than 30 kinds of beer and sake and an extensive cocktail list to choose from. Dinner that night is at Graze, Rochester Park. The immaculately preserved colonial standalone boasts a sprawling lawn that allows guests to chill out and relax in the cool tropical breeze. Day 3 After a hearty hotel breakfast meet in the hotel lobby and transfer to a nominated location for Mission Possible run by Team Building Asia. Mission Possible is similar to a hi-tech adventure hunt. Teams will be presented with a Mission briefing then they need to work together in their teams to find passwords around the city. Lunch on day three is at the House of Tan Yeok Nee. This historic landmark in Singapore used to be the home and mansion of a prominent 19th century Chinese merchant. The premises are available for corporate meetings, functions and events. Proceed to Yixing Xuan Teahouse to learn and take part in a Chinese tea appreciation ceremony. In this traditional Chinese tea house, Mr Vincent Low conducts classes on the ancient art of tea making. You are guaranteed never to look at a tea bag the same way again! Later, proceed to the Arts House Clarke Quay for dinner. The Arts House at Old Parliament House was designed and built in 1827 as the private residence of Irish merchant John Maxwell. It is now the hot and hip alternative arts venue in town for book launches, children’s art exhibitions, abstract theatrical performances. Restaurant 1827 serves delicious Thai cuisine. Drinks at St James Power Station top off a fun-filled and action-packed itinerary. AbOVE: Singapore Flyer. Photo courtesy of Singapore Flyer Pte Ltd.