The Travel & Leisure committee had a rather diversified list of events in 2016. For those of you who have missed it, here is our recap of the year! To make sure that you don’t miss any of our committee events this year, join our mailing list to receive personal invites.


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T&L 2016

On Thursday afternoon, the Property and Travel & Leisure committee toured the South Beach Hotel. Committee members witnessed the hallmark sky garden and infinity pool of the South Beach Hotel with a 360-degree view of Singapore’s Central Business District.



September 2015:  Independent accommodation Providers – What This Could Mean to Singapore’s Hotel and Leisure Industry, Jia Jih Chai, Airbnb, Mark Meaney, Conrad Centennial Hotel, Bryan Tan, Pinsent Masons (joint session with the Legal Affairs/IPR and Property Committees)

August 2015:  The Evolving Asian Traveler, Amrita Banta, Agility Research and Strategy

July 2015: How Mobility and IoT Are Transforming the Traveler Experience and Hospitality Business, Ani Bhalekar, Accenture (joint session with the ICT Committee)

We will regularly update the blog after interesting meetings and share upcoming events and interesting information related to travel and leisure. We hope the information benefits you and we welcome your feedback on the new look.


Stay tuned and look out for our next blog post!


George W. Roe

George W. Roe

Marina Bay Sands

Greg Schulze

Greg Schulze

Expedia, Inc.

Cavaliere Giovanni Viterale

Cavaliere Giovanni Viterale

Precious Treasure Pte Ltd

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Travel and Leisure Committee

The Travel & Leisure Committee works with local and American companies in Singapore that conduct or support business in the food and hospitality industries. The Committee, through alignment with the AmCham Singapore mission, focuses on delivering: education and information related to hospitality in the Asia Pacific region; business networking and peer group forums; access to industry leaders, government agencies, and other related businesses; relationships with other chambers, committees and organizations for opportunity to network and increase AmCham’s exposure among the business community; and to support and initiate advocacy efforts as related to the hospitality industry in Singapore.
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