STB to study new cruise and ferry infrastructure to meet growth in demand

Singapore's cruise industry is expected to return to pre-pandemic levels between next year and 2024. PHOTO: ROYAL CARIBBEAN INTERNATIONAL
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SINGAPORE - The Singapore Tourism Board (STB) will study the need for new cruise and ferry infrastructure in Singapore, to ensure the country is ready to capture growing demand in the medium to long term.

It called a tender on Sept 6 for a team of consultants to do the survey. The team should include experts in architecture and engineering, as well as other specialists.

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