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Measuring 120 meters (394 feet) long and 83 meters (272 feet) wide, The Float at Marina Bay is the world’s largest floating stadium. The venue opened in 2007 as a supplementary venue when Singapore’s National Stadium was closed for renovations, and can accommodate 30,000 people in its multi-colored grandstand. The Float is the venue for the annual National Day Parade and is also used for professional sports matches, concerts, and cultural events. The stadium is also part of the Singapore Formula One circuit.
The Chinese Opera Teahouse is the first of its kind in Singapore, and hosts opera performances, and the occasional karaoke concert. Performances are accompanied by short lessons about Chinese opera, and abundant meals of Chinese cuisine.
The Singapore Conference Hall (SCH) was built in the 1960s and was the city’s first large venue for international events. Many bigger and better venues have opened in the 50 years since, and the SCH has been refurbished as a concert hall, sectional practice hall, and exhibition space. Its 869-seat concert hall is the home of the Singapore Chinese Orchestra and the other spaces are used to host press conferences, product launches, art exhibits, and other events. The SCH is located in the heart of the Financial District and was declared a National Monument in 2010 for being an early example of urban architecture.
The Singapore Sports Hub is an avant-garde complex as well as retail center in Kallang. Spread across 35 hectares (86.48 acres) besides the Kallang Basin, this complex features the National Stadium, Singapore Indoor Stadium, OCBC Arena, Splash-N-Surf, OCBC Aquatic Centre, Singapore Sports Museum, Sports Hub Library, Visitor Centre, Water Sports Centre and the Kallang Wave Mall. Each venue is unique and will offer visitors a memorable experience.