Suntec Singapore Reopens After Renovation

June 10, 2013

The Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centrehas recently reopened with US$147 million worth of new features and service enhancements. The extensive renovations began in June 2012.

Facilities in the upgraded venue include more than 2,100 m2 function space, 36 convertible meeting rooms, six halls covering 12,000 m2, and a 10,000 m2 column-free hall that connects to a multipurpose hall. Free Wi-Fi is now provided throughout the building, and is capable of handling up to 6,000 devices any given time.

The first event after Suntec’s reopening is the Special Olympics Singapore National Games Closing Ceremony. Suntec Singapore’s CEO, Arun Madhok, mentioned at the event, “Our first event could not have gone better. It is very rewarding to see people enjoying themselves the way they are tonight. We have been working very hard over the past year for this moment and it is a great feeling to welcome visitors to our new centre.”

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