Singapore is much more than the sum of its numerous attractions. Constantly evolving, reinventing, and reimagining itself, with people who are passionate about creating new possibilities, Singapore is the ideal city for professionals and collaborators in the field to learn about the latest advances in the prevention, diagnosis, treatment, care and management of dementia.

Video courtesy of the Singapore Exhibition and Convention Bureau, a group of the Singapore Tourism Board.

Singapore EXPO is a leading venue in Asia and the largest purpose-built MICE facility in Singapore, making it a perfect choice to hold the ADI conference. Its convention wing, MAX Atria, where the ADI conference will be held, is the holder of the Building and Construction Authority (BCA) Green Mark Platinum Standard for sustainable green design, construction and operations practices, opened in 2012.  In 2016, it won the prestigious Best International Venue award at the 10th Exhibition News awards ceremony. And in 2018, it was recognised as the Best Business Event Venue at the Singapore Tourism Awards ceremony.

Singapore EXPO (Max Atria)
1 Expo Drive,
Singapore 486150

Singapore EXPO is located in the eastern part of Singapore, and only one Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) stop or a 5-minute drive from Changi International Airport, and a 15-minute drive from the Central Business District (CBD). Information on getting to the Singapore EXPO via public transportation can be found here.

A gateway to Asia and beyond, Singapore is a young nation full of vigour and a cosmopolitan city brimming with possibilities. It is home to a bustling Central Business District (CBD), a famous shopping street, a thriving arts and entertainment scene, lively dining and drinking spots, and many must-see attractions. Explore the endless possibilities that Singapore has to offer by visiting for more details.

Most international visitors do not require a visa to enter Singapore. To be sure, check with the Immigration & Checkpoints Authority of Singapore ( for visa requirements. Visitors will not be able to enter Singapore with less than six months validity remaining on their passports. Immigration Officers will stamp a Visit Pass onto visitors’ passports upon arrival and the period of stay will be indicated on the Visit Pass stamp.

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