Let our site be more useful to you each time you visit by enabling your cookies so we can remember details like your preferred language and more for a smoother browsing experience.
Okay

Singapore remains a safe destination. There is no travel restriction by World Health Organisation (WHO) to Zika-affected countries.

Read more

AEC+EXPO Warming up for KL

BY SINGAPORE TOURISM BOARD, 29 OCT 2015

The countdown is on for AEC+ EXPO! Co-hosted by the Asian Federation of Exhibition and Convention Associations (AFECA) and the Malaysian Association of Convention and Exhibition Organisers and Suppliers (MACEOS), the AEC+ EXPO joins 150-plus exhibitors from Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, Taiwan, Japan, China and other Asian regions will and promote the best each nation has to offer during this 3-day event from November 11 to 13.

More Details
STB expands its digital footprint in China for better visitor engagement and experience enhancement.

BY SINGAPORE TOURISM BOARD, 21 OCT 2015

Multi-year partnerships inked with four major Chinese digital players; launch of new YourSingapore WeChat Service account and Baidu Connect service to provide in-destination mobile services for Chinese visitors.

More Details
Leading convention hubs launch Global Association Hubs partnership

BY SINGAPORE TOURISM BOARD, 13 OCT 2015

Dubai Association Centre, Destination DC, Singapore Exhibition and Convention Bureau and visit.brussels have announced the launch of the Global Association Hubs Partnership. The partnership will assist international associations grow and better serve their overseas members by using respective partner cities as regional conduits to extend their efforts around the world.  

More Details
Singapore remains Asia’s top meeting and convention city for 2014

BY SINGAPORE TOURISM BOARD, 9 SEPT 2015

Singapore is once again Asia’s top meeting and convention city, according to the Union of International Associations (UIA) and International Congress and Convention Association’s (ICCA) 2014 global rankings released earlier this year.

More Details
Singapore Experience Awards 2015 now open for nominations!

BY SINGAPORE TOURISM BOARD, 29 MAY 2015

Organised annually by the Singapore Tourism Board, this Awards aim to continuously inspire and raise the bar in experience creation by celebrating and acknowledging exceptional organisations and individuals that have delivered distinctive and compelling Singapore experiences.

More Details
STB partners with more than 40 stakeholders for Golden Jubilee campaign launch

BY SINGAPORE TOURISM BOARD, 27 MAY 2015

The Singapore Tourism Board (STB) unveils today the array of special deals and experiences under the Golden Jubilee campaign. More than 40 tourism stakeholders have come together to offer these deals and experiences as part of a $20 million marketing outreach in seven key markets.

More Details
PCMA’s Global Expansion Plans in Asia Take Shape in Singapore

BY SINGAPORE TOURISM BOARD, 20 MAY 2015

The Professional Convention Management Association (PCMA) and the Singapore Exhibition and Convention Bureau (SECB) have renewed their commitment to grow conference management education further in Singapore and Asia with a new two-year partnership agreement.

More Details
Singapore wins bid to host the 103rd Lions Clubs International Convention

BY SINGAPORE TOURISM BOARD, 19 MAY 2015

Singapore has won the bid to host the Lions Clubs International (LCI) Convention 2020. The Lions Clubs Singapore will partner the Singapore Exhibition & Conventions Bureau (SECB), a group under the Singapore Tourism Board, to present one of the world’s largest non-governmental organisation’s annual convention in mid-2020.

More Details

BTMICE fact sheet

An overview of the BTMICE landscape in Singapore.

Against a backdrop of growing opportunities from both traditional outbound markets including the United States, Europe and Japan, and high-growth potential markets such as China and India, the Singapore Tourism Board (STB) has set its sights on ensuring that the tourism sector in Singapore remains competitive and continues to be a key contributor to the economy in the years to come.