This weekend’s Natas Fair 2011 in Singapore is set to be the largest ever event of its kind to take place in the city state, with more than 75,000 visitors expected to turn out, breaking the 70,000 record turnout that was seen in 2010’s event.
The Natas Fair sees various national tourism organizations, tour operators and travel specialists from around the world staging exhibitions and presenting a huge number of exciting travel destinations, including many locations already popular with Singaporeans and dozens of unique spots as well.
Visitors to the Natas event will have the opportunity to snap up promotions and discount deals to a wide range of destinations – be it an exotic getaway, and adventure safari or a romantic break – the 2011 Natas Travel Fair will present dozens of attractive holiday packages to suit all tastes.
Opportunities on offer will include cruises, package deals, cheap flights, adventure holidays and more, while visitors can also indulge themselves with a variety of souvenirs and foreign cuisines on display at the fair. Natas have also announced they will hold a grand prize draw, with a number of cash prizes and holiday trips up for grabs.
One of the best offers includes super-low fares to Europe from Finnair, starting at just S$1,175.
The Natas Fair 2011 in Singapore will be held at the Singapore Expo between August 26 and August 28, opening its doors from 10am until 9.30pm each day. Attendees have to pay an admission fee of S$4 per person, although children under 12 years old can enter for free.
For more information or to snap up your dream winter holiday at bargain prices, visit the official Natas Fair 2011 website for more details.