STB receives no proposals for Jurong Lake District integrated tourism development

An artist’s impression of the future lifestyle and tourism hub in Jurong Lake District. PHOTO: SINGAPORE TOURISM BOARD
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SINGAPORE – The Government’s plan to build a tourism development in Jurong Lake District has hit a snag, after a tender seeking proposals for the project drew a blank.

On March 15, the Singapore Tourism Board (STB) launched a request for proposals for the development, saying it would comprise high-quality accommodation as well as a mix of attractions and retail, food and beverage, and entertainment offerings.

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