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Food Safety Analysis 2021 will take place at:

Matrix Building, Level 4
30 Biopolis Street
Singapore 138671



How to get there


(Note: no complimentary parking is available)


Biopolis Singapore


Travel & Accomodation

Flight Options


Singapore’s Changi Airport serves more than 100 airlines flying to some 380 cities in about 100 countries and territories worldwide. Each week, about 7,400 flights land or depart from Changi, with more than 65.6 million passengers passing through the airport a year.

Use the Changi Airport flight planner to find your most preferred airline and most convenient arrival day/time to attend Food Safety Analysis 2020.


Accommodation Options


Hotel near the Biopolis:

Hotels with easy access to the Biopolis, 10 mins by taxi:

Hotel Booking sites:


Visit Singapore Essentials


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Travel Guide Tips

Essential information that will help you get around with ease. All because we want nothing less than a smooth and pleasant Singapore stay for you to enjoy Food Safety Analysis 2021.


“SG: Passion Made Possible”


Many people marvel at the beauty of Singapore and her progressiveness. Most impressive to note is that she was formerly just a humble fishing village, inhabited by an indigenous settlement.

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Located in Southeast Asia, Singapore has a land area of about 710 square kilometres, making her one of the smallest countries in the world and the smallest in the region – hence the moniker “The Little Red Dot”. Although small in size, Singapore commands an enormous presence in the world today with its free trade economy and highly efficient workforce. Also, her strategic location in the region has enabled her to become a central sea port along major shipping routes.

Beyond the history, culture, people, shopping and food, there are many more facets to Singapore’s thriving cityscape for you to discover. And these can only be experienced as you immerse yourself in the exploration of this once fishing village turned cosmopolitan city.

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