Nestled amongst the greenery, hills and lakes of the Nanyang Technological University (NTU) campus, the Nanyang Executive Centre (NEC) offers a premier venue for corporate and social events
It provides an excellent environment away from the city and distractions of the office. The centre is strategically located in a quiet corner of the NTU campus, tucked away discreetly yet easily accessible by private or public transport.
Taking a taxi
All taxis in Singapore use a fare meter and fares ared fixed so bargaining is not required. Payment is usually by cash although a few taxis do accept credit cards. You may enquire about surcharges when in doubt and request a receipt.
Taking the public bus
Public buses pick up and drop off passengers only at designated bus-stops. You need to flag down the bus you wish to board at the bus-stop. As there is no conductor, you need to have exact cash or card.
Taking the MRT Train
Refer to the easy-to-use maps for the fare information at the ticketing machines or approach a staff member for assistance.
Public transport journery planner
Visit www.transitlink.com.sg to plan trips by public transportation, calculate fares and estimate travelling time.