Singapore is a thriving cosmopolitan city that is brimming with diversity with its fascinating mix of culture, language, arts and architecture. Despite its small size, Singapore packs a punch. The city offers a variety of things to see, do and experience.
Today, Singapore commands an enormous presence on the global stage with its free trade economy, sound business infrastructure, favourable economic climate, and highly efficient workforce. In addition, her strategic location in the region has enabled her to become a central port along major shipping and air routes.
Home to a multi-cultural society, Singapore offers diverse cuisines and dining options that will whet the pickiest eater’s appetite, as well as a peek into a bygone era at various cultural precincts that exude old world charm. At sunset, bright lights add sparkle to the iconic Orchard Road stretch, and the latest hits get the party started at Clarke Quay and Boat Quay. Singapore’s state-of-the-art facilities and exciting world-class sporting events also attract business travellers and sports enthusiasts alike.
The upcoming BNP Paribas WTA Finals Singapore presented by SC Global is the perfect example of taking sports to the next level. For the first time, the WTA's season finale won't just be about the tennis - it will expand into a 10-day sports entertainment event of competition, exhibitions and activities for fans around the world. From WTA legends and rising stars to fan festivals and live entertainment, as well as enhanced digital coverage to spread the message across the world, it's going to be an absolute blow-out.
For instance, the Singapore Sports Hub is poised to become Singapore's premier land and sea sports, entertainment and lifestyle destination. Featuring a unique cluster development of integrated world-class sports facilities within the city, it will not only spur the development of the sports industry, excellence and participation, but also take sports to the next level in Singapore.
Besides the BNP Paribas WTA Finals Singapore presented by SC Global (2014-2018), Singapore has also played host to the inaugural 2010 Summer Youth Olympic Games. Singapore is also home to the Formula One Singapore Grand Prix night race and world-class spectator events like the HSBC’s Women Golf Championships, Standard Chartered Singapore Marathon, Netball Nations Cup, and Volvo Ocean Race.
A dynamic city that inspires, Singapore is constantly innovating to offer its visitors a unique blend of fresh experiences which sets it apart from other destinations.
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