Australian and New Zealand Association (ANZA)
This voluntary organization was officially established in 1961, with an Australian/ New Zealand focus and today has over 2,000 members representing a range of nationalities from Australia, New Zealand, Britain, U.S.A, Holland, Germany, Canada, South Africa and Singapore. The Association's major sports groups are netball, soccer, cycling, athletics and cricket but it also offers tennis and golf opportunities. Some of the Association's regular functions include pub nights, casual coffee mornings, the wine club and new members' events. ANZA has a number of clubs including Secret Men's Business, Food and Booze, Book Clubs and more. Membership options include ordinary membership and associate membership.
For details, visit: www.anza.org.sg
The Bintan Lagoon Resort is a tropical paradise. Visitors can get to this resort in just 55 minutes by the high-speed ferry from Singapore. The resort is set amidst 300 hectares of beachfront gardens, sparkling crystal clear azure waters and immaculate white sands. It offers 473 deluxe rooms and the check in time is 3:00 pm (Bintan time) and checkout is at 12 noon. The best time to visit is during April to October. Along with major credit cards, the Indonesian Rupiah and Singapore Dollars are also accepted and the resort provides foreign exchange services. There are 12 fine restaurants, bars and café.
For details, visit: web.bintanlagoon.com
The British Club is situated amidst the lush green surroundings of Bukit Tinggi and offers panoramic views. Some of the sporting activities offered at the club include squash, tennis, netball, badminton, swimming and cricket among others.
The club has a fine range of dining options including Vietnamese, Thai, Australian,German and Turkish cuisine besides the regular English fare. The club has special activities for children like the Splash Pool and Mike Gorrie Playcentre - where children are provided with educational toys and games. The club also organizes social events such as Chinese Brush Painting classes, Craft Ladies Section and Live Music Section.
For details, visit: www.britishclub.org.sg
The Hollandse Club is also known as the Dutch Club and was started by the Dutch community settled in Singapore. Located just off Adam's Road, the Club is set in tropical surroundings and offers numerous sports and recreational facilities and dining options. Its outdoor sporting activities include tennis, golf, hockey and soccer and indoor activities include squash, bowling and gymnasium facilities. The Club conducts aerobics, ballet, belly dance and bridge classes among others. It has two restaurants, three bars, a café and a wine club. Special activities for kids and teens include bowling night, social tennis, teens disco and pool table competition.
For details, visit: www.hollandseclub.org.sg
Raffles Marina is a first class, full service boating haven with the trappings of a prestigious country club and all pleasures of a quality resort. Located on the western tip of Singapore, the Raffles Marina Clubhouse provides visitors with superb recreational facilities comprising of a Gymnasium, swimming pool, billiards room, tennis courts, video games room, bowling centre, executive lounge and business centre. For those who feel the need to learn a thing or two about boating, the Marina offers excellent boating courses. Come and indulge in some of the adventure water sports activities offered here like sailing regattas, boardsailing and wakeboarding championships.
For details, visit: www.rafflesmarina.com.sg
Republic of Singapore Flying Club
At the Republic of Singapore Flying Club, you can fly an aircraft. The club was established in 1928. The club provides a flying training syllabus for the Private Pilot License course, which includes aircraft familiarization, preparation for flight and actions after flight, effect of controls, standard take off and climb and more. One practical and six written examinations are conducted to test the skills of the newly trained pilot. Membership fees is S$3,100. The club operates only one aircraft, which is 1 Socata TB-9C. The club offers Ordinary, Junior (below 21 years), and Visiting, Social and Day memberships.
For details,visit: www.singaporeflyingclub.com
The Japanese Association at Singapore
The Japanese Association of Singapore is a premier club, located at Adam Road, for the Japanese expatriate community in Singapore but also extends its membership to non-Japanese nationals. A member of this association can gain insights into the rich and extraordinary Japanese culture and the people of Japan. Activities offered here comprise a multi purpose fitness centre, culture and educational centre, stylishly furnished and cozy bar/lounge and spacious jackpot rooms. There are special activities for children as well. An entrance fee charged by the club is $ 5000 (transferable).
For details, visit: www.jas.org.sg
The Tanglin Club
The Tanglin Club is over 140 years old and offers the grace and charm of the past, providing a calm respite from the hustle and bustle of city life. Comprising members of 70 nationalities, this club is one of Singapore's prestigious social clubs. It's the best place to visit after a hard day's work as it offers amazing ways to beat stress and tension. Sports and recreational activities offered at this club are superb and include golf, squash, gymnasium and swimming. The club's facilities include a hair salon, cyber fun station and reading room among others. The club also has a Scuba diving section, where members can learn diving techniques and go on diving expeditions.
For details, visit: www.tanglinclub.org.sg
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