Inspectorate Singapore Laboratory
BunkerExperience Singapore is held in a classroom, in a laboratory and onboard working vessels.
The three morning classroom sessions are held in a dedicated lecture room inside the Inspectorate Singapore Laboratory, one of Singapore’s most active fuel testing and analysis labs. This lab is also the venue for the testing and analysis that students will undertake on the afternoon of Day Two.
The lab is accredited to ISO17025, ISO14001 & OHSAS 18000 standards and operates 24/7 and 365 days of the year. It prides itself on providing a fast turnaround of results and serves as a Technical Centre for the extensive testing needs of Bureau Veritas / Inspectorate customers throughout Asia.
The lab is strategically located in heart of the Jurong area from where it has close access to the terminals and anchorages of Singapore. On the afternoons of Day One and Day Three, a coach will transport students from the lab to the designated launch boarding area. The coach will later return students to the lab and/or to a central location in the City.
Inspectorate (Singapore) Pte Ltd
2 Toh Tuck Link, #03-01
Tel: +65 6866 3019
Most students attending BunkerExperience in Singapore are local and therefore normally do not require hotel accommodation. For that reason, there is no block booking at a dedicated hotel and accommodation is not included in the course fees.
Singapore has a vast number of hotels to suit all budgets and tastes, so students from outside Singapore are encouraged to look for and book their own accommodation according to their requirements. However, the Petrospot team is always available to help students make the right choice. Please email email@example.com if you need our help.
The following hotels are suggested for convenience:
- Concorde Hotel (Orchard Road area): approx. S$ 200 per night++
- Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel (Clarke Quay area): approx. S$ 160 per night ++
- Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium (Clarke Quay area): approx. S$ 170 per night++
The quickest and easiest way for non-Singaporeans to get to the lab is by car or taxi.
Free visitor car parking is available at the laboratory.
Bus: The nearest bus stops to Inspectorate (Singapore) Pte Ltd are:
- Toh Tuck Link (behind Old Toh Tuck Rd) (28701) - 2 minute walk
Bus 41, Bus 183, Bus 183B
- Toh Tuck Ave (opposite Ulu Pandan R.I. Plant) (28181) - 2 minute walk
Bus 106, Bus 173, Bus 183, Bus 963
Subway: The nearest MRT station is Clementi Station. From here, take Bus 183 or Bus 106. Alternatively, take Bus 173 from the Bus Interchange.
Taxi: The Inspectorate laboratory is around 30 minutes’ taxi ride from Changi International Airport and around 20 minutes’ taxi ride from the centre of Singapore (for example, Orchard Road and Clarke Quay).
All visitors must meet the following entry requirements before they can be considered for entry into Singapore:
Valid travel document (minimum validity of 6 months at the time of departure)
Onward or return ticket (if applicable)
Entry facilities to the next destination; and.
Sufficient funds to stay in Singapore and visa for entry into Singapore (if applicable)
Visit www.mfa.gov.sg for more information on which countries will require a visa to enter Singapore
The Singapore government recognises four official languages: English, Malay, Mandarin, and Tamil. The national language is Malay, while English is mainly used as the business and working language. The colloquial patois spoken on the streets is a creole called Singlish amongst the locals, but is also known amongst academics in linguistics as Singapore Colloquial English.
Singapore Time Zone - UTC+08:00
Temperatures average around 31º C (88º F) during the day with little seasonal variation, although it’s slightly cooler in December and January, and hottest in April and May. Temperatures are unlikely to dip below 23º C (74º F) at night; the lowest temperature ever recorded was just over 19º C (66º F).
Singapore receives a considerable amount of rainfall - approximately 2340mm annually. Although there are no distinct wet or dry seasons, the region is affected by two different monsoons. The Northeast Monsoon generally takes place from December to March and is accompanied by more frequent rain, particularly from November to January.
The Singapore unit of currency is the Singapore Dollar (SGD). Major cards are widely accepted by establishments in Singapore but an exchange rate and bank charges will apply.
The standard voltage in Singapore is 220V/240V, 50 Hz. If you have equipment that runs on a higher voltage, you should not connect it to Singaporean power unless you have the correct transformer (voltage adaptor). Singapore uses the British BS1363 three-pronged square pin type socket.