AASLE 2019 Conference will be held at the National University of Singapore (NUS), which is located 20-minutes by car from the city and 40-minutes from the airport.
The NUS Business School (Mochtar Riady Building), which is located at the heart of NUS Kent Ridge campus, will host all of the parallel sessions. Opened in December 2009, this facility boasts state-of-the-art resources for students to learn in a conducive environment such as well-equipped seminar rooms, study spaces, interaction zones, as well as a cafe.
Adjacent to it is the NUSS Kent Ridge Guild House, a complex that serves as a clubhouse for NUS alumni. The conference registration, keynote and invited speeches, lunches and cocktail reception will take place here.
The conference dinner will be held on 13 December at the Grand Hyatt Hotel. For delegates who are travelling from the main conference venue in NUS, shuttle service will be arranged.
NUSS Kent Ridge Guild House
9 Kent Ridge Drive
NUS Business School
(Mochtar Riady Building):
15 Kent Ridge Drive
Download the comprehensive guide on how to reach the main conference venue, including shuttle bus timings to and from our preferred hotels, as well as guides on how to utilise the various modes of transportation.
Download this supplementary guide if you are taking the NUS internal shuttle buses during wet weather.
SEE & DO
Be prepared to spend the entire day here because there are simply so many things to do! For the risk-loving, try riding on the roller coasters in Universal Studios Singapore or try out that probability model that you have been working on in the casino – both located in Resorts World Sentosa. Risk-averse individuals may choose to ride the beach trams along the island’s beaches while enjoying the sea breeze and sunset.
HarbourFront (NE1) (CC29)
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EAT & DRINK
Bugis Street is well-known for being one of the cheapest places in Singapore for purchasing your souvenirs, clothes, fashion accessories, electronics and cosmetics. With wallet-friendly prices, it constantly attracts a huge number of shoppers, both locals and tourists alike.
Bugis (EW12) (DT14)
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