Cook Up A Storm Training and Workshop Spaces Bugis / City Hall Little India Conservation Area

Space to Train, Party or even Cook Up A Storm.


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45A Chander Road Singapore 219545

10-40 guests
  • Mon-Fri: 08:00 - 23:00
  • Sat: 08:00 - 23:00
  • Sun: 08:00 - 23:00

Located a 5-minute walk from Little India MRT Exit E, this historical and tranquil location is bursting with character and flavour. The action takes place at Level 2 of a shophouse, above a row of eateries and convenience stores. Indoor multi-storey parking is available at the nearby Hilton Garden Inn. Tables and chairs can be arranged for seminar / workshop.

Chairs can be added upon request.

24/7 Access24/7 Access
Airconditioning UseAirconditioning Use
Basic Tools and Equipments Basic Tools and Equipments
Board markersBoard markers
Chairs and tablesChairs and tables
CoffeeCoffee
Dining OptionsDining Options
Flip chartFlip chart
Fully FurnishedFully Furnished
High Speed Internet High Speed Internet
Lights and SoundsLights and Sounds
Meeting roomMeeting room
PantryPantry
Parking spaceParking space
ProjectorProjector
Sound SystemSound System
TeaTea
Wifi AccessWifi Access
Gas stove rental: $5 each per day (10 available) Oven: $10 each per day (3 available) Fridge: $10 each per day (2 available) Microwave, kettle and cooking utensils are available for use at no charge. Washing up and cleaning services: $80 per day. Recipes, ideas and chefs for training/team-building are available, subject to a fee.

Manon Ramon

Hi, I’m Manon!

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ABOUT THE AREA

Bugis is known as Singapore’s cultural and shopping area with its mix of old and new and its close proximity to temples and mosques. The area is abundant with shopping malls, street vendors, restaurants, cafes, and night spots - some of which reside in preserved heritage buildings. This makes the area attractive to travelers and people prefer to work in the more adventurous, culture-rich side of Singapore.

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