INSPIRE Europe & North America
The Singapore Exhibition and Convention Bureau™ (SECB) launched the In Singapore Incentives & Rewards (INSPIRE) programme for the Europe and North America markets in April 2016. Conceptualised in partnership with Singapore Airlines and Changi Airport Group, the pilot Western edition of the rewards programme will feature cocktail experiences and thematic business tours alongside attractive group airfares to complement business trips.
• Groups of 20 or more
• Originating from Europe or North America
• Minimum stay of 3 nights in Singapore
Eligible corporate meetings and incentive travel groups will enjoy attractive offers from Singapore Airlines and be able to choose 1 of 12 complimentary experiences (from a or b) during their meeting or incentive travel to Singapore.
Attractive offers from Singapore Airlines
Eligible corporate meetings and incentive travel groups can enjoy attractive group airfares and other in-flight benefits on Singapore Airlines when travelling to Singapore and beyond, from points in Europe and North America served by the Singapore Airlines network.
• Attractive group rates
• Groups will receive complimentary air tickets for every SGD 50,000 (or € 32,700 / USD 37,000) spent:
- 1 complimentary economy class ticket for group size of 20-39 pax
- 2 complimentary economy class tickets for group size of 40 pax and above
• Exclusive side-trip fares from Singapore to destinations in Southeast Asia, Australia and New Zealand (from €150 all-in)
• Excess baggage allowance of 10kg per person (for itineraries originating from Europe)
• Facilitation of on-board seating arrangements - on a best-effort basis and on SIA flights only
Complimentary activities to further enrich travel itineraries
Eligible Meetings and Incentive Travel groups can choose one out of the following 12 experiences (from a or b) to complement their itineraries.
(a) Cocktail experiences hosted in historic venues or rooftop bars helmed by rising Singapore mixologists
Long Bar, Raffles Singapore
Home of the original Singapore Sling created in 1915, visitors can enjoy the original Singapore Sling and learn to concoct your own version at the masterclass.
Sum Yi Tai, Chinatown
This designer rooftop bar which means “Third Wife” in Cantonese, is set in a conservation shophouse brimming with the glamour of 1980s and pairs Chinese food with interesting cocktails.
Supertree by Indochine, Gardens by the Bay
Set atop a “Supertree” at Gardens by the Bay, guests would be able to enjoy drinks under the starlit skies and enjoy unobstructed views of the Singapore skyline.
Smoke & Mirrors, National Gallery Singapore
Located on the rooftop of an iconic building that seamlessly combines the former Supreme Court and City Hall, this stylish bar offers unobstructed views of the Marina Bay.
Lantern, Fullerton Bay Hotel
A laidback rooftop bar and pool with enthralling panoramic views of the Marina Bay waterfront and the Singapore skyline, this urban oasis framed by luxuriant backdrop of greenery captivates with its sensual vibe.
New Asia Bar, Swissotel the Stamford
Perched 71 floors above the city, the New Asia bar hosts weekly themed nights amid pulsating tunes against the panoramic backdrop of the Singapore city skyline.
(b) Thematic business tours on the Singapore story
Pulse of a Nation
Witness Singapore’s physical transformation to one of the most liveable cities in the world today. Understand how forward-looking, long term and integrated land use planning is done in Singapore.
“Makan Makan” – Let’s Eat
Go on this food tour to sample a wide variety of cuisines and visit small food factories in Singapore. Understand the role these Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) play in the global food processing and supply chain.
Unity in Diversity
Find four of the world’s major religions along one short stretch of road. See the differences and the commonalities that make up Singapore’s approach towards peace, progress and prosperity as a multi-racial and multi-religious society.
Unveil the wonders of a unique ethnic group in Singapore – the Peranakans, which means “local-born”. Immerse in the culture, traditions and rituals of the Peranakans and visit the Joo Chiat & Katong precincts where many of the shophouses still stand.
Of Feng Shui and Architecture
Embark on this tour with a trained Feng Shui master and guide to learn how the elements and thinking of this ancient art are incorporated in the designs of some of Singapore’s prominent buildings and modern architecture.
Register your interest and sign up by 31 March 2017 to qualify for this offer.
Groups must travel between 19 April 2016 and 31 December 2017.
Other terms & conditions apply.