The following accommodations have been reserved for our conference participants:

  1. Hotel Royal
    Address: 36 Newton Road, Singapore 307964
    Room Price: S$165.00++
    [ Download Hotel Reservation Form ]

  2. Orchard Parade Hotel
    Address: 1 Tanglin Road, Singapore 247905
    Room Price: S$205.00++
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  3. Royal Plaza at Scott's Road
    Address: 25 Scotts Road, Orchard, Singapore 228220
    Room Price: S$245.00++
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  4. Sheraton Towers at Scott's Road
    Address: 39 Scotts Road, Singapore 228230
    Room Price: S$280.00++
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  5. George Park Residence, National University of Singapore
    Address: Prince George's Park Road, National University of Singapore
    Room Price:
    Room Type Participant Student
    Single A (Air-conditioned)
    ** Fully booked **
    S$77.00 S$48.00
    Single B S$47.00 S$30.00
    Single C S$44.00 S$28.00
    Married Apartment Type 1 S$102.00 S$84.00
    Married Apartment Type 2 S$92.00 S$67.00
    (On first come, first serve basis, subject to 7% GST)
    [ Download Hostel Reservation Form ]

  6. National Community Leadership Institute Residence, NACLI
    Address: 70 South Buona Vista Road, Singapore, 118176
    Room Price:
    S$117.70 (GST inclusive) Brani/Tekong Room (Maximum Capacity: 4 pax)
    S$139.10 (GST inclusive) Pasir Panjang Room (Maximum Capacity: 5 pax)
    [ Download Hostel Reservation Form ]

  7. Other hotels
    You may book into other hotels on your own. There are wide range of choices from various hotel booking websites.

Please note that shuttle bus pick-up to the conference site will only be at the hotels and accommodations listed above, and the Newton and Dover MRT stations, at designated times.


Singapore is truly remarkable as a cosmopolitan society, multi-ethnic in her population and a worthwhile consideration as a model for social development.

Transformed from a small fishing village, Singapore today is a dynamic city. At the crossroads of world with modern high-rise and landscaped gardens, she embodies the finest of both the East and the West. Not only is the diversity of culture enriching, both traditions and modernity find home here, embraced by constant social change with a heart focused on people development.

When you are in Singapore for the conference, it does not have to be all work and no play. Bring along your family to a home of rich tapestry of delights as you check out the unique Singapore experience:

Tours in and around Singapore
For pre- and post-conference tours, we recommend the Heritage Trail where you can trace the steps of our early pioneers onto the sleepy idyllic village. You can also visit the UNESCO world heritage nominee of Botanic Gardens and Gardens by the Bay to find out the names of the special orchids and magnificent plants and flora, as well as the magical and enchanted island of Sentosa.

Singapore is a dynamic city that is rich in contrast and colour. From the bustling city, you can be transposed to the virgin rain forest within minutes and you could take time to wonder as well as wander our nature reserves and the vital water catchment reservoirs.

Take a boat ride to the Southern St John's and Kusu Islands or the wild Pulau Ubin to befriend the naked hermit crab. There is also another world awaiting you with short trips to neighbouring Indonesia's Batam and Bintan Islands. You can also explore exotic Malaysia, with Johore Bahru town just a bridge away, historic Malacca or its bustling capital, Kuala Lumpur

Book your Night Safari and other adventures directly with Tour East Website. If you have any queries or requests, please email to

Do not miss the great Singapore Experience
As a reflection of its collage of cultures, Singapore has adopted one representative language for each of the four major ethnic or 'racial' groups. The four official languages in Singapore's constitution are English, Chinese, Malay and Tamil, with English as the language of administration and is widely spoken throughout Singapore.

The field visits designed for the Conference will bring you to the heartlands of Singapore and up close to the vibrant communities co-existing in pluralistic Singapore. There is also a visit to the Punggol waterways, which showcases our sustainable and innovative water and community conservation projects.

Be sure not to miss out! Make a date to come to Singapore from 7 to 10 July 2015. Stay a little longer and make some wonderful memories!

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