WordCamp Singapore

WordCamp Singapore

WordCamp Singapore is a community-organised WordPress conference that brings together bloggers, web developers, designers, artists, small business owners, entrepreneurs, and educators from Singapore and all across Asia.

It’s a 1 day conference – 6 September at both floors Level 21 and 22

Doors open for attendees at 8.30am.

Take Note:

You must bring a photo ID (identity card or passport) to get past building security.

A light breakfast is provided so feel free to drop by early to talk to everyone!

Registration and breakfast are both at Level 21.

Opening remarks kick off promptly at 9.30am at Level 21, Auditorium.


There is a Microsoft Guest Network that requires no password. It’s pretty reliable.


The closest MRT is Raffles Place MRT on the East-West and North-South lines. One Marina Boulevard may be accessed via Exit J.

Via MRT:

Get off at Raffles Place Mrt (Green & Red Line) and use our handy guide to navigate the underpass


Just use Grab or Uber, take note that the early morning is peak hours so grab your ride early.


If you’re driving, take note that NTUC Centre’s parking charges are $2.20 per hour. If you’re coming via Fullerton / Collyer Quay, you only have one chance to turn into the building which can be easily missed. The next U-Turn is pretty far away and requires you to make 2 U-Turns to get back on track. Consider parking at nearby buildings such as The Sail which offers similar parking charges if you miss the turn-in.


Tuesday, 6 September

Schedule – WordCamp Singapore

Schedule – WordCamp Singapore


6 Sep (Conference Day) 8pm – 11pm

Appetisers, beers, wine and soda will be provided. All food is cooked by a halal kitchen.

The bar is a 2-storey building and we have exclusive use of it. Join us for a casual evening. We recommend you to have a light dinner first.

  • Azucar
  • 345 Beach Road
  • Singapore 199568


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