|Getting More Information|
| 1. Where are tourist information centres located?|
There are several Singapore Visitors Centres within easy access.
- Singapore Visitors Centre @ Orchard
(at the junction of Cairnhill Road and Orchard Road)
Touristline: 1800 736 2000 (toll-free in Singapore only)
Open 0800 hrs – 2100 hrs daily
- Singapore Visitors Centre @ Suntec City
#01-35/37/39/41 Suntec City Mall
3 Temasek Blvd
Tel: 1800-332-5066 (toll-free in Singapore only)
Open Mon-Sat 0800 hrs – 1830 hrs
Sun 0900 hrs – 1830 hrs
- Singapore Visitors Centre @ Liang Court
1/F, Liang Court Shopping Centre
177 River Valley Road
Tel: (65) 6336 2888
Open daily 1030 hrs – 2130 hrs
- Singapore Visitors Centre @ Plaza Singapura
1/F, Plaza Singapura, 68 Orchard Road
Tel: (65) 6332 9298
Open daily 1000 hrs – 2200 hrs
More info on Singapore Visitors Centres.
| 2. I'm planning to visit Singapore, where can I find tourist-related information?|
Come to Yoursingapore.com - The official website for tourist information on Singapore, which contains links to relevant websites. The official travel guide is Yoursingapore produced by the Singapore Tourism Board.
| 3. I am doing some research on Singapore. Where can I find more information in www.sg?|
Besides the fast facts and statistics available from the Singapore Department of Statistics, you can find more information in the Who We Are section i.e. Profile, Year in Review, Our History, National Symbols, etc.
| 4. Where can I find information on job opportunities in Singapore?|
www.sg has a collection of links to various job portals under Jobs & Careers.
| 5. How can I keep in touch with what's going on in Singapore?|
The best source of information would be the daily newspapers and news sites. www.sg has ‘live’ news feeds from Channel NewsAsia.
You can also visit AsiaOne, a news service which provides free, current and customisable, news and information on Singapore and the world.
| 6. Where do I locate official government information and services?|
www.sg has a link to the Singapore Government Online Portal, the site of numerous links to homepages of government bodies and statutory boards. You can also find ministerial speeches and press releases there. If you are looking for government services online, the place to visit is the eCitizen website.
| 7. My company would like to run our own server, where do I register for a domain name?|
You can register for a domain name with the Singapore Network Information Centre.
| 8. How do I get my event featured on www.sg?|
Email your request to us with the following particulars:
• Name of your website/event, URL (if available for event) and short description of it.
• Contact details of the webmaster/organiser
This list is compiled from queries to the Webmasters. We welcome any feedback. Happy surfing!