The Asia Pacific Airline Training Symposium (APATS) is the largest and most influential aviation training event in the Asia Pacific Region.
This annual conference and tradeshow brings together senior training professionals and subject matter experts from around the world to share safety and best practice in pilot, cabin crew and maintenance training.
Sands Expo and Convention Centre
1 Bayfront Ave
Tel: +65 6688 8888
To book a room at the Marina Bay Sand’s under our pre-arranged room rate please visit:
The room rates at the hotel are:
All rooms include:
Unlimited access to the Sands SkyPark Observation Deck & Sands SkyPark pool during your stay
Complimentary internet access (1mbps) during your stay.
All rates mentioned above are subject to 10% service charge and 7% Goods & Services tax
Book by: 13 August 2018
Things to do in the Marina Bay Area
Marina Bay represents all things modern and super-stylish, from trendy dining destinations to exciting leisure spots.
Stop by the Gardens by the Bay, offering waterfront views over 101 hectares of green spaces. Visit the Supertree Grove, the Cloud Forest and the Flower Dome. For more information on the gardens click here.
For food and drink, enjoy sky-high views with a glass of artisanal beer at the world’s highest microbrewery, Level 33 at Marina Bay Financial Centre.
Head on to Sydney’s Tetsuya Wakuda, Waku Ghin at Marina Bay Sands, serving top-notch meals in ‘omakase’ (a chef-selected menu) style.
Discover the magic of Spectra, a free-to-public outdoor light and water show displayed over the water at the Event Plaza, at the Marina Bay Sands Shopping Mall, along the promenade. As the story unfolds before your eyes, you’ll be immersed in a beautiful symphony of music, water and light that’s powered by advanced lasers, fountain jets and visual projectors. For more information click here.
Reasons to Visit Singapore
Embark on a culinary adventure as you hop from hawker centres to fine dining restaurants. To really get your taste buds in a tangle, seek out ‘four hands’ dinners—it is a new trend in the city that sees two chefs collaborate on a meal, often to wild results.
The cultural tapestry of Singapore, like the culinary scene, is much like a patchwork quilt. The many ethnicities and religions that call the city home live in harmony—you’ll easily spot Hindu temples, Buddhist temples and synagogues side-by-side. It’s also not uncommon to find devotees from one place of worship paying their respects at another.
Visit shopping belts such as Orchard Road and Haji Lane to find everything from high street threads to luxury accessories to hand-crafted homeware. Then look out for flea markets such as Boutiques and Public Garden for a retail experience quite unlike those found within our gleaming malls.
For the all of the top 12 reasons to visit Singapore visit – www.visitsingapore.com/12-reasons-to-visit-singapore-in-2018
The closest airport to Marina Bay Sands is Singapore Changi International Airport (SIN), which is a 20-minute journey.
The MRT (Mass Rapid Transit) metro network is clean, efficient and good value for money.
Trains run every five minutes on average from 6 am until midnight downtown. The nearest station to the Marina Bays Sands is the Bayfront on the Circle Line and the Downtown Line.
28–29 August 2018
Marina Bay Sands, Singapore