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Statement on Singapore’s Zika situation: We remain a safe travel destination and our visitors’ well-being and health are our top priority.

Coming to Singapore for business? You may be here to work, but do set aside some time to sample the abundant leisure and entertainment offerings in Singapore. 

Even busy executives have to eat, and if you’re looking for a place to seal the deal you can’t go wrong with the critically acclaimed Waku Ghin by Japanese chef Tetsuya Wakuda, modern European spot Iggy’s or contemporary Chinese restaurant Majestic Restaurant.

Photo by 1-Altitude

And after an intense day in the boardroom, unwind at watering holes such as SuperTree by IndoChine that offers a panoramic view of Gardens by the Bay. For a top-of-the-world feeling, try CÉ LA VI at the peak of integrated resort Marina Bay Sands®, or 1-Altitude, the world’s highest al fresco bar at 63 storeys high.

And finally, don’t leave Singapore without picking up something for the loved ones at home. Check out Orchard Road, a 2.2km street lined with malls that carry more than 5,000 brands, or The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands®, Singapore’s largest luxury shopping mall where you will also find Louis Vuitton Island Maison, a glass-and-crystal pavilion that pays homage to the brand.

So do leave Singapore with more than just a signed contract in hand.