Friday – 3.00pm to 10.00pm
Saturday – 10.30am to 5.30pm
Sunday – 10.30am to 5.30pm
SUTD Sports and Recreation Center, Level 2
Dance Studio 6 & 7
61 Changi South Ave 1, Singapore 485997
The closest MRT is Upper Changi station (DT34). There is food available in Changi City Point, but it is a 15-20 minute walk so it is unadvisable to go there during lunch time – instead we will have light snacks available. You can bring a bigger lunch if you feel the need to. Food vending machines will be available. Showers are available at the facility.
Please remember the seminar starts at 3.00pm on Friday but 10.30am on Saturday and Sunday!
Thursday – 7.00pm to 10.00pm
Monday – 7.00pm to 10.00pm
Tuesday – 7.00pm to 10.00pm
Allan De Dancesport
70A Geylang Bahru, #02-2721, Singapore 331070
All the special classes are held at this studio.
From Ramada/Days Hotel there are many ways to get to the studio. The easiest way is to walk to Trellis Towers (Trellis Twr) and take bus 985 or 966 and stop at the Ministry of Manpower Services Centre (MOM Svcs Ctr). This takes around 30-35 mins.
The studio is near Geylang Bahru MRT (DT24) and there is food court with good food there if you want to have a light dinner before class. After class, the food options are very limited so for supper it is recommended to go near the hotel.
Saturday Seminar Party
Saturday – 7.00pm to 11.00pm
Blk D #01-01, 1 McNally St, 187940
Food and drinks will be available at the party so nothing extra will be needed to be brought! As it is near the Chinese New Year, we will also have some traditional snacks for the season!
From SUTD to Lowercase, you can take just 1 train straight down to Rochor (DT13) MRT and walk for just 5 minutes.
General Transport Information
In Singapore, all the buses and trains (MRT) use the same transport card which can be purchased at any MRT stations (you can get this at the airport station). Alternatively, debit/credit cards can be used to pay for the transport but please ensure it is enabled for overseas spending. Taxis are fairly reasonable in price and range anywhere from $10-$30 for most distances although in heavy demand it will cost more. Most people use “Grab” to book private hires instead of hailing taxis nowadays.
Most hawker centers will have food between $5-10. This is usually what Singaporeans eat. Cafes and restaurants take credit/debit, Apple and Google Pay so you can carry less cash. The nearest hawker center to Ramada/Days Hotel is Balestier Food Center which has many stalls although the whole stretch is known for having many food options.
SUTD, where the seminar is held, has little food options over the weekends so we will travel out for food – we have some snacks instead. Geylang Bahru where the special classes are held has a hawker center known for food as well, but many options are closed towards the nighttime so if you would like to eat there it will have to be before the classes.
This blog has good information on the SIM cards for Singapore.
Basically, it should cost $12-15 and you can get it at the airport because it is the same price as town. There is one option which comes with the travel card called an EZ-link card and you will need to top it up.