Secret party spaces: A wedding in an industrial park and other unusual venues for social events

Unusual event spaces, such as those tucked away in industrial parks, are getting increasingly popular as venues for social events

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When guests arrived at singer Amanda Lee and finance manager Tan Yao Zong's wedding venue in July last year, they found themselves not at a swanky hotel, but in the middle of an industrial park in Tai Seng.

Instead of a million-dollar view of gleaming skyscrapers in the city, guests looked out to construction tower cranes and big trucks parked amid factory lots and warehouses.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on January 19, 2019, with the headline Secret party spaces: A wedding in an industrial park and other unusual venues for social events. Subscribe