OCBC Arena - Singapore
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Directions to OCBC Arena
The OCBC Arena, whithin Singapore Sports Hub, comprises two blocks of six multi-purpose halls spread over two levels, accommodating a full range of activities from elite athlete training to public recreational use. The largest hall can host up to 3,000 spectators for indoor sporting events. The Sports Halls have been designed with flexibility, modularity and scalability in mind. They can accommodate indoor sporting events such as badminton, fencing, silat, wushu, table tennis, taekwondo, basketball, netball, volleyball, and rhythmic gymnastics. The OCBC Arena was build to allows simultaneous usage of three sports halls with minimal interruption to key sport's training schedules, which provides an ideal training ground for Singapore's elite athletes.
This venue can also be used for MICE and other indoor events.
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