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Singapore - 15-16 July, 2004
PRACTICAL INFORMATION

This page is permanently enriched.
You will gradually find many information to prepare your venue

AEA regrets not to be able to support travel and accomodations of the participants. They have to book their hostels and transport themselves. However, you would find useful links and tourist informations to help you to organize your travel.

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Singapore
Location of the Campus, the town, and the international Airport
Location of the campus (detail)

Location of the conference

The conference will take place in the campus of INSEAD, in Singapore

 

A map-link

Transport :

You can join the campus of the INSEAD :

In car: Downtown area, you will take motorway "AYE" to the town of "Jurong", and to take the exit "North Buona Vista Road". Then, turn right and to follow the road "North Buona Vista". the INSEAD is with the angle of "Ayer Rajah Avenue" and "North Buona Vista Road".

 

In Taxi: The taxis are controlled by the local government. starting tariff of the races is $2.60 and there is a certain number of other surtaxes, very regulated by the various companies of taxi. To order a taxi by telephone implies a surtax

Citicab: 552 22 22 - Comfort: 552 11 11 - TIBS: 482 3888


In Bus: The buses are managed by two principal companies: "the Singapore Drunk Service" and "the Trans-Island Bus Service". Their frégence is relatively high (less than 10 with 15mm between 2 buses). Tariffing varies according to the distance covered ,and are payable is by making the supplement (if in species) is by a chart of transport. However, of the free buses make the shuttle between the campus of the INSEAD, and "the Buona Vista MRT station" of Monday at Friday, every 15 minutes, of 7h40 with 8h40 the morning, and of 17h35 to 19h05 the evening.


Flights

List of airline companies going to Singapore

"Changi airport" is at only 30 minutes of the campus of the INSEAD. Then, we will suggerrons you to make laliason in the taxi, which will couttera you roughly 20 $.


www.airfrance.fr

www.qantas.com

www.singaporeair.com

www.emirates.com

www.cathaypacific.com

www.gulfairco.com

www.swiss.com




 

Certain power stations of reservations can help you to reserve your package (hotel + plane), or quite simply your hotel. Some one are presented hereafter:

Voyage SNCF

 

ANYWAY

 

 

Accomodation :

Albert Court Hotel
(136 chambres)
180 Albert Street
Singapore 189971
Tél : (65) 6339 3939
Fax : (65) 6339 3252
e-mail : allson.busines@pacific.net.sg
http://www.albertcourt.com.sg

Allson Hotel Singapore
(450 chambres)
101 Victoria Street
Singapore 188018
Tél : (65) 6336 0811
Fax : (65) 6339 7019
e-mail : alloson.busines@pacific.net.sg
http://www.allsonhotels.com

Broadway Hotel

(63 chambres)
195 Serangoon Road
Singapore 218067
Tél : (65) 6292 4661
Fax : (65) 6291 6414
e-mail : broadway@pacific.net.sg

Carlton Hotel Singapore
(477 chambres)
76 Bras Basah Road
Singapore 189558
Tél : (65) 6338 8333
Fax : (65) 6339 6866
e-mail : RoomReservation@Carlton.com.sg
http://www.carlton.com.sg

Conrad Centennial Singapore

(509 chambres)
2 Temasek Boulevard
Singapore 038982
Tél : (65) 6334 8888
Fax : (65) 6338 9166
e-mail : singaporeinfo@conradhotels.com
http://singapore.conradmeetings.com/

Dickson Court Hotel
(51 chambres)
1 Dickson Road
Singapore 209493
Tél : (65) 6297 7811
Fax : (65) 6297 7833

Fortuna City Hotel
(85 chambres)
2 Owen Road
Singapore 218842
Tél : (65) 6295 3755
Fax : (65) 6294 7738
e-mail : fortunah@singnet.com.sg

Golden Landmark Hotel

(393 chambres)
390 Victoria Street
Singapore 188061
Tél : (65) 6297 2828
Fax : (65) 6298 2038
e-mail : lanmak@mbox3.singnet.com.sg
http://www.goldenlandmark.com.sg

Grand Plaza Parkroyal

(330 chambres)
10 Coleman Street
Singapore 179809
Tél : (65) 6336 3456
Fax : (65) 6339 9311
e-mail : gph01@pacific.net.sg
http://www.sphc.com.au

Grandmax Hotel
(57 chambres)
N° 51 Desker Road
Singapore 209588
Tél : (65) 6299 3688
Fax : (65) 6292 2188


Hotel Bencoolen
(74 chambres)
47 Bencollen Street
Singapore 189626
Tél : (65) 6336 0822
Fax : (65) 6336 2250
e-mail : bencolen@pacific.net.sg
http://www.bencollenhoTélcom.sg

Hotel Inter-Continental Singapore

(406 chambres)
80 Middle Road
Singapore 188966
Tél : (65) 6338 7600
Fax : (65) 6338 7366
e-mail : singapore@interconti.com
http://www.interconti.com

Hotel Rendezvous Singapore

(300 chambres)
9 Bras Basah Road
Singapore 189559
Tél : (65) 6336 0220
Fax : (65) 6337 3773
e-mail : sales@rendezvous.com.sg
http://www.rendezvous.com.sg

Kerbau Inn – Serangoon
(49 chambres)
22 Belilios Lane
Singapore 219962
Tél : (65) 6291 2291
Fax : (65) 6291 9291
e-mail : kerbauinn@pacific.net.sg

Marina Mandarin Singapore
(575 chambres)
6 Raffles Boulevard
Marina Square
Singapore 039594
Tél : (65) 6338 3388
Fax : (65) 6845 1001
e-mail : marina.mms@meritus-hotels.com
http://www.marina.mandarin.com.sg

Metropole Hotel

(54 chambres)
41 Seah Street
Singapore 188396
Tél : (65) 6336 3611
Fax : (65) 6339 3610 / 338 0796
e-mail : metropole@metrohotel.com
http://metrohotel.com.sg

Mount Emily Hotel
(60 chambres)
10A Upper Wilkie Road, Mount Emily Park
Singapore 228119
Tél : (65) 6338 9151
Fax : (65) 6339 6008
e-mail : maxinet@singnet.com.sg

New Park Hotel
(531 chambres)
181 Kitchener Road
Singapore 208533
Tél : (65) 6291 5533
Fax : (65) 6297 2827
e-mail : newpark@singnet.com.sg
http://www.hlp.com.sg/newpark

Oxford Hotel
(135 chambres)
218 Queen Street
Singapore 188549
Tél : (65) 6332 2222
Fax : (65) 6334 9633
e-mail : oxfordht@pacific.net.sg
http://www.webpro.com.au/oxford/

Park View Hotel
(88 chambres)
81 Beach Road
Singapore 189692
Tél : (65) 6338 8558
Fax : (65) 6334 8558
e-mail : parkview@parkview.com.sg
http://www.parkview.com.sg

Peninsula Excelsior Hotel
(578 chambres)
5 Coleman Street
Singapore 179805
Tél : (65) 6337 2200
Fax : (65) 6339 3847
e-mail : pereserve@ytchotels.com.sg

Plaza Parkroyal
(348 chambres)
7500A Beach Road#04-301 The Plaza
Singapore 199591
Tél : (65) 6298 0011
Fax : (65) 6296 3600
e-mail : plazahtl@mbox2.singnet.com.sg
http://www.sphc.com.au

Raffles Hotel
(103 chambres)
1 Beach Road
Singapore 189673
Tél : (65) 6337 1886
Fax : (65) 6339 7650
e-mail : raffles@raffles.com
http://www.raffleshotel.com

Raffles The Plaza
(769 chambres)
2 Stamford Road
Singapore 178882
Tél : (65) 6338 8585
Fax : (65) 6338 2862
http://www.westinsingapore.com

South East Asia Hotel
(51 chambres)
190 Waterloo Street
Singapore 187965
Tél : (65) 6338 2394
Fax : (65) 6338 3480
e-mail : seahotel@singnet.com.sg
http://www.singnet.com.sg

Strand Hotel
(130 chambres)
25 Bencoolen Street
Singapore 189619
Tél : (65) 6338 1866
Fax : (65) 6338 1330

Summer View Hotel
(85 chambres)
173 Bencoolen Street
Singapore 189642
Tél : (65) 6338 1122
Fax : (65) 6336 6346
e-mail : summerviewhtl@pacific.net.sg
http://www.summerviewhotel.com.sg

Swissotel The Stamford
(1263 chambres)
2 Stamford Road
Singapore 178882
Tél : (65) 6338 8585
Fax : (65) 6338 2862
http://www.westinsingapore.com

The City Bayview Hotel Singapore
(131 chambres)
30 Bencoolen Street
Singapore 189621
Tél : (65) 6337 2882
Fax : (65) 6338 2880
e-mail : bayviews@mbox4.singnet.com.sg
http://www.bayviewintl.com

The Fullerton Singapore
(400 chambres)
1 Fullerton Square
Singapore 049178
Tél : (65) 6733 8388
Fax : (65) 6735 8388
e-mail : info@fullertonhotel.com
http://www.fullertonhotel.com

The Oriental Singapore
(524 chambres)
5 Raffles Avenue, Marina Square
Singapore 039797
Tél : (65) 6338 0066
Fax : (65) 6339 9537
e-mail : orsin@mohg.com
http://www.mandarinoriental.com

The Pan Pacific Singapore
(784 chambres)
7 Raffles Boulevard, Marina Square
Singapore 039595
Tél : (65) 6336 8111
Fax : (65) 6339 1861
e-mail : panpac@pacific.net.sg
http://singapore.panpac.com

The Ritz-Carlton Millenia Singapore
(608 chambres)
7 Raffles Avenue
Singapore 039799
Tél : (65) 6337 8888
Fax : (65) 6339 0001
e-mail : reservation@ritz-carlton.com.sg
http://www.ritzcarlton.com

 

NB : Mains of the hotels are in the city town

 

List practical sites :

Official site of the tourist bureau of Singapore
   
Embassy from France in Singapore
   
Embassy from Belgium in Singapore

 

 

Other pratical informations

Météo

You can appreciate the weather of the day

Formalities

IUt's not necessary to have a visa card if you stay less than a month in the contry. You passport must be Passeport valid at least 6 months after the date of entry and continuation or round trip ticket required.

Singapore is a city very easy to visit because all was conceived so that people can move with foot, in the taxis (meter and prices accessible) or drank some and subway (fixed prices possible) whose networks are very developed and relatively economic.

Sanitary

Nothing to expect in particular, in Singapore, there is a good medical service

Security
No problems, no risks;

The town's quarters

The island preserved its Eastern charm, and it is in an enchantment today to visit the old streets of Chinatown, Little India, and Arab Street.

Orchard Road is the central artery of the city. It acts of a succession of shopping centres, all more luxurious the ones than the others. Five or six stages at the same time. A true city in the city!

In Chinatown, it is not rare to cross of Chinese who speaks Mandarin between them. This district recalls with one fidélidé without similar popular China with its trades, and in general the gentiless of the people, much more acceuillants that those of Orchard Road.

The district of Sago Street, it is the renovated quatier, and who continues to be it. The old houses are destroyed and rebuilt exactly with the identical one.

Little India is a part of India in Singapore. One will say to you "If you want to go to India, there are two possibilities; either you travel by the plane for Bombay, or you travel by a taxi for Serangoon Road ".

Arab street is a Moslem district with maalaise predominance, but not only bus pon also finds there of Indonésiens, and the Arabs.

 

 

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