Wednesday, October 17, 2007

IndoChine 2007: A moveable feast in Singapore

Singapore gears up for Asia's jet set event of the year

Singapore positions itself as the festival capital of Asia with the long-awaited fourth edition of the Singapore IndoChine celebrations. Billed as the region’s jet set event of the year, the IndoChine Festival ushers in a weeklong of festivities that feature a series of lifestyle events and parties across IndoChine outlets in Singapore.

Kicking off the festival is the 2007 IndoChine Golf Classic in October 21, followed by the IndoChine Tropical Fiesta Gala Dinner later that night. A slew of celebrity chefs and international DJs will be featured during the event.

"Copacabana" is the theme of this year’s Singapore IndoChine Festivals, and dinner parties that await Singapore visitors are typified by an extraordinary evening of superb cuisine, fine wines, lively entertainment, and socializing. A new addition to the 2007 Singapore IndoChine celebrations is the Ladies Polo match.

“The festival is already gearing up to be even bigger than last year’s event,” said IndoChine Group CEO Michael Ma. “The IndoChine Festival is Asia’s only Jet-set Event of the Year, and aims to brand Singapore as the destination of choice for all types of visitors.”

From family to group and even solo travels, the tourism sector of Singapore offers a substantial and motley group of Singapore hotels that visitors may find suitable for various itineraries. But what would be more fitting for participants of Asia’s jet set event of the year than the plush hotel of the Claremont Hotel in Singapore.

Offering limited cut-rate prices of their hotel rooms at their official hotel web site here, the Claremont Hotel is a stylish hotel at the heart of the Singapore commercial center, combining substance and style into value for money.

The Singapore IndoChine Festival runs from October 21 to 28, and coincides with yet another festival called the Singapore Sun Festival, a fortnight celebration of the Art of Living Well through the arts and culture.

With the two festivals set to put added vim to the Singapore lifestyle, the Claremont Hotel at the Singapore commercial hub is a virtual gateway to what is expected to be a grand moveable feast.

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