Singapore Tourism Board (STB)

Singapore Tourism Board (STB), Orchard S​pring Lane, Singapore Address, Email, Phone number, Website

Address: Singapore Tourism Board, Tourism Court, 1 Orchard S​pring Lane, Singapore 247729

Phone: (65) 6736 6622 

Opening hours: Monday to Friday, ​9am to 6pm (excluding Public Holidays)

Fax:  (65) 6736 9423​​

To contact Quality Service Manager:

Phone: 1800-736 6638

Opening hours: Monday to Friday 9am to 6pm, (excluding Public Holidays)

To Contact ​Tourist Information Hotline:

Phone: 1800-736 2000

Opening hours: Monday to Friday, 9am to 6pm, (excluding Public Holidays)

Email: safedistancing@stb.gov.sg.

Website: https://www.stb.gov.sg/

Direction: View location here

Media Centre  in Singapore Tourism Board

  • Media Releases
  • Speeches
  • Corporate Publications
  • Newsletters

Statistics and Market Insights  in STB

  • Statistics & Market Insights Overview
  • Tourism Statistics
  • Tourism Insights

Industries

  • Industries Overview
  • Arts & Entertainment
  • Cruise
  • Attractions
  • Dining & Retail
  • Hotels
  • Integrated Resorts
  • Meetings, Incentive Travel, Conventions & Exhibitions
  • Sports
  • Tourist Guides
  • Travel Agents

How to apply STB-owned Assets – Merlion Symbol?

  • Merlion Symbol as a symbol of Singapore appearing in works incorporating the Merlion Symbol
  • Any individual, organisation or company (“User”) may apply to STB for permission to use the Merlion Symbol
  • No application fees for Merlion symbol
  • Apply the online form

Email: STB_MERLION@stb.gov.sg

About STB

The Singapore Tourist Promotion Board (STPB) was first established in 1964 with the mandate to promote Singapore as a tourist destination. It signalled the government’s recognition of tourism’s potential as an important contributor to the country’s economy. STPB started out with a staff strength of 25. That year, Singapore welcomed 91,000 visitors. Under STPB, the early stages of Singapore’s tourism development focused on raising the awareness of Singapore as a destination and building up tourism infrastructure, including major attractions such as Sentosa Island and the Singapore Zoological Gardens. In the 1970s, the Board started marketing the city as a venue for conventions and organised events to draw visitors.

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