Changi Convention Center is big space that can fit 12 planes at open space – can rent too. Indoor can concert, film making, etc
Built on a sprawling 30-hectare site on Singapore’s easternmost coast, Changi Exhibition Centre is among some of Southeast Asia’s largest integrated venue spaces.
Set against a backdrop of tranquil seafront, it boasts an impressive outdoor display area of 100,000 sqm and fully air-conditioned 40,000 sqm exhibition halls. It is renowned as a unique multi-dimensional facility that transforms according to exacting needs of a myriad of national and international conventions, large scale public and trade exhibitions and specialised events across diverse industries including aviation, automotive, lifestyle, marine and sports.
With 15,000 solar panels installed on its roof, Changi Exhibition Centre has one of the top three largest single rooftop solar photovoltaic installations among private sector companies in Singapore.
The solar panels produce over 7,840 megawatt hours of renewable energy annually, enough to power more than 1,750 four-room flats for a year. It will help reduce over 3.2 million kilogrammes of carbon dioxide emissions a year, equivalent to the emissions avoided from taking around 715 cars off the road, or planting over 39,000 trees.
As a sole standalone building, it has contributed approximately 2% of Singapore’s annual solar energy target of 350MWp by 2020.