MASCOTS 2011

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MASCOTS 2010
MASCOTS 2009
MASCOTS 2008

 

Nanyang Technological University
School of Computer Engineering
Parallel Distributed Computing Centre (PDCC)
Block N4-B2A-03
50 Nanyang Avenue, Singapore 639798
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Singapore Local Information

Singapore

VISA

Generally, foreigners do not need visas for entry to Singapore. Tourists visiting Singapore may be given up to 30-day social visit passes upon their arrival in Singapore. For more information on visa requirements, click www.ica.gov.sg. For those who require a letter of invitation for the Visa application, please register with the conference first and then fill in the request form and send it to Ms. Irene Goh (Email: ASSLGOHatntu.edu.sg , Fax:+65 6793 4528). For more information on registration, please look at the registration page.

Download VISA REQUEST FORM HERE

About Singapore


Singapore was founded as a British trading colony in 1819. It joined the Malaysian Federation in 1963 but separated two years later and became independent. It subsequently became one of the world's most prosperous countries with strong international trading links. Singapore has everything to make your stay a most memorable experience. Situated at one of the most important crossroads of the world, Singapore is a vibrant and cosmopolitan city where tradition and modernity, East and West, meet and mingle most agreeably and harmoniously. As Asia's convention and exhibition capital, Singapore offers superb facilities and excellent support in every aspect of event planning and co-ordination. The climate is warm and welcoming all year round with temperatures ranging between 30°C in the day and 23°C in the night. English is a widely spoken and the common business language of all. Further information on Singapore can be found here.

Tourist information

Transport:
Airport
Singapore is a major air hub in the Asia Pacific region and is served by more than 60 airlines flying to more than 150 cities in over 50 countries. The Singapore Changi Airport is located at the eastern tip of Singapore, about 20 kilometres (and 20 minutes drive) from the city centre. The airport is served by an efficient public transportation network. You will be spoilt for choice on how you can get to your hotel or to the city centre.

Airport Shuttle Service
This is a two-way service which goes to any hotel within the Central Business District. You can make a booking at the counters in the Arrival Hall and pay the fare in cash to the driver. Return trips to the airport can usually be arranged at the concierge of the hotel.

Taxis
Taxi services are available 24 hours daily at the Arrival Hall. During peak hours, the Electronic Road Pricing (ERP) system is operational on major highways and within the Central Business District area. You may be required to pay a surcharge during operational hours. A midnight surcharge (50% of metered fare) applies between midnight and 6am. There is also an airport surcharge of S$5 (Friday to Sun, 5pm to midnight) and S$3 at other times.
You may choose to hop onto a Mercedes taxi or London cab available at the Limousine Service Counter. The service is available at a flat rate (S$35) and from 6am to 2am daily.

Trains (MRT)
The airport is served by the Mass Rapid Transit (MRT). A MRT station is located at Terminal 2 of the airport and is accessible from Terminal 1 via the Skytrain. The ride to the city is approximately 27 minutes and cost below S$2 (not inclusive of S$1 refundable deposit for the single trip ticket). Trains arrive at 12-mins intervals and the service is available from 5:31am -11:18pm (Mon-Sat) and 5.59am - 11.18pm (Sun/Public Holiday).

Public Buses
The public bus terminals are located at the basement of Terminals 1 and 2. The ride to City will cost less than S$2, please prepare exact fare before you board the bus as no change will be given. Information on the bus services is available near the bus stands. Bus services are available daily from 6am to midnight.

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