Singapore Conference Hall
Our Present…
Like all other buildings, the Singapore Conference Hall suffered the inevitable wear and tear and underwent retrofitting and renovation works in September 1999. Although the external facet of the building has remained unchanged, thus retaining its significance in history and time, the interior design has changed to have a more modern feel and is better equipped to accommodate most types of events. Reopened two years later on 22nd September 2001 at a cost of $14.7 million dollars by then-Deputy Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, it is now home to the Singapore Chinese Orchestra, the national Chinese Orchestra in Singapore. It is the orchestra’s permanent venue for rehearsals and performances. Entrusted with the management of the building, the Singapore Chinese Orchestra hopes to enlarge the Singapore Conference Hall’s role as a venue provider while remaining active in both the political as well as the arts scene.

With its well-appointed halls, the newly refurbished Singapore Conference Hall is now in an even better position to be the venue provider for large-scale international events. It has been transformed into a multi-purpose venue that houses the SCO Concert Hall with fine acoustics of international standards, an expansive Exhibition Hall, a multi-functional Sectional Practice Hall, a Concourse dotted with water features and an exclusive VIP Lounge for the honoured guests.
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