The Singapore Indoor Stadium is an air-conditioned, multi-purpose sports and entertainment facility designed by internationally acclaimed architect Kenzo Tange.
Built at a cost of S$90 million, its unique, ultra-modern design features an eye-catching roof that reflects traditional Asian cultural values. The two sides of the futuristic roof structure intersect to form the Chinese character for the lucky number eight. At its apex, the roof soars to an impressive forty metres, making it one of the tallest single-storey buildings in Singapore.
Since its opening in 1989, the Singapore Indoor Stadium has established a reputation for excellent customer service and professionalism in operating one of the world's most successful venues of its kind. Over the years, nearly 5 million people have att