A green venue is a building designed to promote sustainability and operates with an active engagement in the 3Rs of reducing, reusing and recycling.
Due to energy and water efficiencies, green venues enjoy savings in operational costs, which may then be passed on to event organisers. For example, by converting to energy-saving lighting in the back of house and guest rooms, Intercontinental Hotel has made energy savings of approximately 80%1.
Apart from reduced resource consumption, the extensive greenery and healthy indoor environment of a green venue can also provide a greater sense of wellbeing to your delegates.
The Building and Construction Authority (BCA) in Singapore awards green venues with a Green Mark for meeting the following criteria:
- Energy efficiency
- Water efficiency
- Environmental protection
- Indoor environmental quality
- Other green features and innovation
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Driven by Sands Eco 360º, a global sustainability strategy, Marina Bay Sands (MBS) is committed to reducing its long-term environmental impact. The first property in Asia to achieve the ASTM/APEX certification, they are also a participant in the Earth Check Programme and certified Green Mark Gold by BCA. At MBS, meeting planners and clients can choose a green option for their event.
Focused on transforming the building into a green and sustainable venue, Suntec Singapore’s new design takes the opportunity to infuse sustainability and ecological awareness directly into its DNA through its construction as well as new processes and procedures.
Along with its commitment to minimise the hotel’s impact on the environment, Raffles City Convention Centre offers an ‘Eco-Meet’ Event Planning Guide that provides planners with details on various green options they can implement during the event.
A Green Mark Gold Plus-certified District, Resorts World Sentosa has various green initiatives in place, on top of continuously minimising its carbon footprint to play its part in managing global climate change.
Hotels in Singapore that pay particular attention to high standards of management, technical expertise and workmanship are recognised and awarded by the Building and Construction Authority (BCA) for construction excellence. Depending on the overall assessment and point scoring, the building will be certified to have met BCA Green Mark Platinum, GoldPlus, Gold or Certified
|Furama RiverFront, Singapore||Platinum|
|Great World Serviced Apartments||Platinum|
|Treetops Executive Residences||Platinum|
|Swissotel Merchant Court, Singapore||Platinum|
|Furama City Centre||Platinum|
|W Singapore Sentosa Cove||Platinum|
|One Farrer Hotel & Spa||Platinum|
|South Beach (Commercial)||Platinum|
|Asia Square Tower 2||Platinum|
|Carlton City Hotel Singapore||Platinum|
|Holiday Inn Express Singapore Orchard Road||Platinum|
|Parkroyal on Pickering||Platinum|
|Sofitel So Singapore||Platinum|
|Tanjong Pagar Centre||Platinum|
|M Social Hotel||Platinum|
|Holiday Inn Express, Clark Quay||Platinum|
|The Ritz-Carlton Millenia Singapore||Gold|
|Conrad Centennial Singapore||Gold|
|Treetops Executive Residences||Gold|
|M Hotel Singapore||Gold|
|Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel||Gold|
|Orchard Hotel Singapore||Gold|
|Copthorne King's Hotel||Gold|
|Park Avenue Rochester Hotel||Gold|
|Marina Bay Sands||Gold|
|UE BizHub EAST Hotel Suites, Serviced Offices & Convention Centre||Gold|
|The Regent Singapore, A Four Seasons Hotel||Gold Plus|
|InterContinental Singapore||Gold Plus|
|Novotel Singapore Clarke Quay||Gold Plus|
|St Regis Hotel & Residences||Gold Plus|
|Resorts World Sentosa - Festive Hotel||Gold Plus|
|Resorts World Sentosa - Hard Rock Hotel||Gold Plus|
|V Hotel - Lavander||Gold Plus|
|Capri by Fraser||Gold Plus|
|DUO @ Ophir-Rochor||Gold Plus|
|Capitol Development||Gold Plus|
|Crowne Plaza Changi Airport||Certified|