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Conference Socials

MMM 2012 Conference Socials

Welcome Reception | Tours | Conference Banquet

Main conference registration is inclusive of the Welcome Reception and there will be no need to place a booking. All are welcome!

Additional fees are payable for Tours and Conference Banquet. These will require payment in advance.
Limited Seats Only - Booking Closes 01 October 2012 or Whenever Tickets are Sold Out.

Welcome Reception at the Biopolis (Conference Venue)
Sunday, 14 October 2012, 6pm to 8pm

(Registration desk opens 5pm and closes 8pm)
Mix and mingle with fellow colleagues at the Welcome Reception which will take place at the Biopolis where the conference will be held. Feel like checking in early? Pick up your conference pack from the registration desk. Access to all sessions requires identification. Please wear your name badge at all times.
Wednesday, 17 October 2012, 2pm to 6pm
(At the end of the tour, stay on the bus if you are joining us for the river cruise and conference dinner. All will congregate at the Merlion Park for a photo stop before boarding the river taxis for a cruise along the Singapore River to the Grand Shanghai Restaurant, located by the waterfront promenade).
T1 Places of Worship - SGD60 per person
Thian Hock Keng Temple - Sri Mariamman Temple - Fruit Stalls at Geylang
(Limited Seats Only - Booking Closes 01 October, 2012 or Whenever Tickets are Sold Out)
We will embark on a tour that allows us to discover the various places of worship in Singapore. Our first stop would be the Thian Hock Keng Hokkien Temple. Also known as the Temple of Heavenly Happiness, it is one of the oldest and most significant Hokkien temples in Singapore. Next, we will visit the oldest Hindu temple in Singapore, the magnificent Sri Mariamman Temple. It is an agamic temple, built in the Dravidian style. Due to its architectural and historical significance, the temple has been gazetted a National Monument. Finally, we will proceed to Geylang (pronounced "Gay Lung"), an area synonymous with glorious food and the red light district. The lorongs ("streets" in Malay) in Geylang are numbered 1 to 42 eastward, with the red light district in the tens and great food places found all over. You will see a whole row of roadside fruit stalls selling the King of Fruits, Durians, and also other kinds of fruits like mangosteens. Be prepared to indulge in the succulent fruits and freshen up for the night activities planned for you!
T2 Heritage & Nature Trail - SGD65 per person
National Orchid Garden - Kampong Glam + Arab Street - Little India

(Limited Seats Only - Booking Closes 01 October, 2012 or Whenever Tickets are Sold Out)
On this tour, we will venture into the places where we explore Singapore's heritage and nature. We will first experience calmness and serenity at the "green lungs" of Singapore, the National Orchid Garden. You can marvel at the wide variety and colours of the orchids on display in this 52-hectare garden. Next, be soaked in the rich cultural heritage of the Malays at Kampong Glam, and learn more about Islamic practices at the Sultan Mosque. Along the Arab Street, you can find the few remaining shops in Singapore selling Sarongs, Rattan Baskets, Brass Works and unique leather products. Our last stop would be Little India. Explore this place and discover its sprawling myriad of shops and eateries, bustling with colourful and exciting activities set against a rich history and heritage. Be dazzled by the pungent fragrances of spices, joss sticks and jasmine garlands.
T3 Museum Tour - SGD75 per person
Katong & Joo Chiat - Peranakan Museum - Asian Civilisations Museum

(Limited Seats Only - Booking Closes 01 October, 2012 or Whenever Tickets are Sold Out)
Discover the various museums in Singapore on this eye-opening tour. We will start off with the Katong & Joo Chiat district of Singapore and pay homage to the fascinating background of the early Peranakans whose opulent costumes, beadworks, embroidery, jewellery and furniture are a significant part of their culture. Next, we move on to The Peranakan Museum, which allows us to explore the culture of Peranakan communities in Southeast Asia. Installed in the former Tao Nan Chinese School and built in 1912, this intimate museum possesses one of the finest and most comprehensive collections of Peranakan objects. We then make a final stop at the Asian Civilisations Museum (ACM). It is the first museum in the region to present a broad yet integrated perspective of pan-Asian cultures and civilisations.
Conference Banquet - SGD150 per person
Wednesday, 17 October 2012, 6pm to 9.30pm

River Cruise to the Grand Shanghai Restaurant
Merlion Park - River Cruise - Grand Shanghai Restaurant

(Limited Seats Only - Booking Closes 01 October, 2012 or Whenever Tickets are Sold Out)

Enjoy a scenic ride along the river that holds so much history and many memories for Singapore.
Sit back and absorb the cool breeze before the sunset.

Be awed by the sky-scrapers that tower over the river, historical monuments regally positioned, adding grandeur and age-old charm to the area and of course, the beautiful evening sky soon to be sprinkled with stars. There are many bridges in Singapore and the boat ride is a good way to see the bridges.

You will also be able to have a good view of the Merlion Park (and understand why it is so popular with tourists), as well as the beautiful sights of the Marina Bay Sands, Fullerton and Clark Quay, before disembarking at the waterfront promenade in Robertson Quay to the Grand Shanghai Restaurant for a sumptuous 8-course Chinese dinner. For Indian vegetarian option, please place your order at the time of booking.

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