Singapore Expo geared up for next generation of events, says CEO

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With a new go-karting track, badminton hall and Timbre+ food park, the Singapore Expo has started to regain some buzz, especially as large-scale events have also slowly made a comeback.
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SINGAPORE - Change is afoot at the Singapore Expo, with new sporting facilities, a 2,000 sq m food park and in-house broadcasting abilities adding to its repertoire of offerings.

The new Timbre+ foodcourt, go-kart track and indoor badminton hall that have opened in the past few months have helped to bring some buzz back to the area.

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