Just a few more days to WordCamp Singapore 2016, and we’re very excited to have all of you here with us! However, before that, we’ll have to make sure that all of you know how to get to the venue for WordCamp Singapore 2016, Microsoft Singapore.
This guide serves to direct you to the venue from Raffles Place MRT Station. However, if you are planning on getting to the venue via other landmarks, do click on the following Google Maps link, which has the destination address already configured, and view the suggested route to Microsoft: Directions to Microsoft Singapore (Google Maps)
Directions from Raffles Place MRT
The general outline to get to Microsoft from Raffles Place MRT would be: Raffles Place MRT Exit J > One Raffles Quay underpass > One Marina Boulevard (Microsoft Building).
Upon exiting MRT gantries, you would be able to view signs pointing you to the corresponding exits. Follow the signs pointing to Exit J.
Take the escalator up and walk towards the Exit J sign.
Follow the directions provided by the sign (Exit J) and make sure that you walk into an underpass similar to the picture below.
Walk straight, through the underpass. After passing 7-Eleven, you would be able to see that the path diverges. Do not take the escalator (shown below), and proceed straight.
Continue walking straight while keeping a lookout for the “One Raffles Quay” sign at the left-hand side. Upon seeing the intersection shown below, take a left, continue straight and take the escalators down.
Walk towards the end of the underpass until you see another “One Raffles Quay” sign. Take a left and you would be able to see the “One Marina Boulevard” sign.
Climb the stairs, take a right turn and take the escalators up to the Lobby (Level 1). Once you reach the lobby, approach the security personnel at the counter, who would advise you on how to enter the premises. Do inform them that you are heading to Level 21 for WordCamp Singapore.
In the event that you are provided with the visitor’s access code, you could enter the code at the “Visitor’s keypad” (shown below) to gain entry to the building. However, do confirm with the security personnel which elevators are currently servicing Level 21 before going through the security gantry.
See you at WordCamp Singapore 2016!