Advisory Committees

Happy Days Advisory Committee

Mr. Hassan Abdullah
Mr. Philip Lee Soon Fatt
Mr. Mohd Amir
Mr. Tan Chin Chye
Mr. Thong Wee Sin
Ms. Noriah Bte Selamat
Ms. Jessie Lim Siew Har
Mr. Max Lim Yew Lee

Special Advisor

Jest D'Place Advisory Committee

Mr. Andy Lim Tze Khong
Mr. Russel Ngo
Mr. Andrew Wang Wey Shian
Mr. Alan Koh Tze Yong
Mr. Atan Bin Enjah
Ms. Alice Lim Siew Choo



Union Square Advisory Committee

Mr. Benjamin Tang Chun Wai
Mr. Vernon Cedric Caroll
Mr. G Muthukumarasamy
Mr. Richard Tan Peck Hoon
Mr. Gerald Chan Kim Guan
Mr. Kam Soon Huat
Ms. Lee Tok Mui



Scarlet City Advisory Committee

Mr. Ma Wei Cheng
Mr. Tan Richard
Mr. Joe Ferdinands
Mr. Rajendran s/o Govindarajoo
Mr. Raymond Quek Choon Hoa
Mr. Mak Mun Whai
Mr. Lim Ah Kiat
Mr. Mohd Jamalludin Mohd Affandi

Special Advisor

D'Resort @ Downtown East
Advisory Committee

Mr. Thuvinder Singh Bachan Singh
Mr. Collin Oliveiro
Mr. Lee Lian Chye
Mr. Shafari Bin Baharawi
Mr. S Rathakrishnan
Mr. Goviden Sathasivam 
Mr. Freddy Lim Kah Chin



Costa Sands Resort (Sentosa)
Advisory Committee

Ms. Eileen Yeo Chor Gek
Mr. Sharguna Nathan
Ms. Mabel Low Wan Yeong
Mr. Hassan Bin Osman
Capt Robin Foo
Ms. Sim Siew Lect
Mr. Joseph Wang Kay Huat



Management Council

Chan Chun Sing
Vice Chairman
Toh Hock Poh

Honorary Treasurer
Tan Hock Soon

Lim Eng Lee


Vivek Kumar
K Thanaletchimi
Luke Hee Wing Wai
Leong Wai Leng
John Lim Kok Min
Bob Tan Beng Hai
Chia Ngiang Hong
Daniel Loh Joo Shia
Sean Tan En Shyang 
N Thurairajasingam
Nasordin Bin Mohammed Hashim
David Teo
Calista Geraldine Roch
Ariel Loh Lee Miang
Tay Seng Chye
Hareenderpal Singh s/o Gurmeet Singh
Benedict Chan Wai Meng


Our Milestones

1987  NTUC Club established its first clubhouse, Club SW in Shenton Way.
1988  NTUC Pasir Ris Resort was officially opened by then Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew.
1989 NTUC Club’s second clubhouse in Jurong was officially opened by then NTUC Secretary-General Ong Teng Cheong.
1991 NTUC Pasir Ris Resort upgraded 144 chalet units into superior rooms.

NTUC Sentosa Beach Resort was officially opened by then NTUC Secretary-General Lim Boon Heng.

A new three-storey commercial building opened at NTUC Pasir Ris Resort to house a childcare centre, children indoor playcentre and offices.

NTUC Club opened Paradigm, its first clubhouse in the 
Orchard Road area.

NTUC Club Investment Pte Ltd, a wholly-owned subsidiary, was incorporated to invest in lifestyle businesses, in support of Club's mission.
1995 Completion of Begonia Pavilion, a complex housing a ballroom and three seminar rooms, at NTUC Pasir Ris Resort.

Launch of The 3rd Chapter, a club for retiree members.

Happy Days clubhouse was opened in Bishan.
1996  NTUC Pasir Ris Resort received its certification for ISO9002. It was the first resort in Southeast Asia to be certified.
1997 Clubhouses Celebrations and Jest D’ Place opened in Hougang and Choa Chu Kang respectively.

NTUC Club organised a major expedition to conquer Mount Kilimanjaro in 
Tanzania. It was the first time a team from the Labour Movement scaled such heights.

Quebec Leisure International Pte Ltd was acquired as a subsidiary to provide events management and other event services.
1998 NTUC Club became the official organiser of Mrs Singapore Pageant 1998.
1999 Everest Highway Kalapattar Trekking Expedition was organised in support of the Labour Movement's Millennium Celebrations.
2000 Completion of $1 million upgrading exercise at Costa Sands Resort (Sentosa). Ten dormitory-style rooms were converted to 34 superior rooms.

Union Square clubhouse was opened in Tanjong Pagar.

Completion of $30 million re-development of NTUC Pasir Ris Resort, including the construction of Escape Theme Park. NTUC Pasir Ris Resort was re-branded as NTUC Lifestyle World- Downtown East.
2002 NCI acquired Costa Sands Resort (East Coast and Pasir Ris), bringing the total number of rooms to 812 and making NTUC Club the largest resort operator in Singapore.
Completion of D'Marquee (a multi-purpose venue which can host concerts and mass events) at Downtown East.

New suspended swimming pool opened at Costa Sands Resort (Downtown East).
2004 Wild Wild Wet was officially opened by then NTUC Secretary-General Lim Boon Heng.

my golf kaki, a golf community, was set up to meet the needs of golfing members.
2005 DXO clubhouse was officially opened by then NTUC Secretary-General Lim Boon Heng.

Family Recreation FUNd launched to help lower-income members achieve better work-life balance.

In a push for quality service, Costa Sands Resort attained the Service Class (S-Class) certification.
2006 Opening of The Spa @ Aranda, the first spa by the Labour Movement.

Subsidiary Family Leisure Pte Ltd acquired three more bowling centres, bring the number of Orchid Bowl outlets to four.

Subsidiary NCI Golf Pte Ltd opened Marina Bay Golf Course, the first public 18-hole golf course in Singapore.
2007 NTUC Club made its first attempt at bringing world-class musicals to Singapore with My Fair Lady. 

Launch of youth membership club nEbO to forge emotional ties between youths and the Labour Movement.

nEbO launched first youth-run nEbO cafe at AMK Hub to promote entrepreneurship.

Scarlet City officially opened at AMK Hub to provide oriental-based entertainment.
2008 E!hub, a 5-storey entertainment and leisure centre housing Orchid Bowl, eXplorerkid, a cinema and numerous food and beverage outlets opened at Downtown East.

Expansion of eXplorerkid to become the largest indoor family playground inSingapore.

The Family Recreation FUNd was enhanced and re-introduced as the Family Recreation & Fun Carnival.

NTUC Club initiated the Union Support Scheme, a funding scheme for unions to tap on when taking part in Club-organised events or for organising events and activities at Club-owned facilities.

NTUC Club embarked on a new Organisation Development journey and launched its renewed Mission and Core Values, moving beyond just being a facilities provider to Building, Engaging and Strengthening communities.
2009 U Sports was launched as the key engagement platform to reach out to the union community through sports

NTUC Secretary-General Lim Swee Say launched U Live - a community for active agers 55 years and above to share similar interests, activities, events through the area of Work, Live and Play

New engagement engine U Club was formed to engage housewives, uniform groups and other non-union eligibles.

NTUC Club looked to raise union engagement to new levels and forge better relationships through its new initiative of grooming staff to become Union Relationship Managers.

Costa Sands Resort acquired 4 new villas in Bintan, Indonesia increasing its offerings to members.
2010 NTUC Club's communities gained traction and grew. nEbO was integrated to become the Labour Movement's junior membership arm.

U Bowling, a new bowling community for union bowlers was formed.

Costa Sands Resort rejuvenated its product offerings with 18 Family Suites and 184 Deluxe Plus rooms to meet the changing needs of NTUC members.

Orchid Bowl's centres underwent refreshing for a sleek, trendy new look.

Wild Wild Wet attained S-Class certification for excellent service standards.

The Union Square clubhouse was relocated within The Amara building (from level 2 to Level 5).
2011 NTUC Club implemented LinkPoints as a common currency for its facilities and services to greater benefit union members through LinkPoints.

eXplorerkid launched a new satellite centre at AMK Hub to increase accessibility of its facilities and services for members.

Both eXplorerkid and Downtown East were winners of the "We Welcome Families" awards presented by the Businesses for Families Council (BFC).
2012 NTUC Club celebrated its 25th anniversary, renewing its commitment to take care of members' well-being through Fun. Some of the highlights were: 'We Are 25!' Showcase, a day of Fun at Downtown East, a special club-wide promotion, and an anniversary dinner.

An important media announcement was made for Downtown East Refresh, the 5-year project for a major facelift at Downtown East including the resorts and water park. Works began at the end of 2012.

Marina Bay Golf Course was awarded third place for 'Best Course in Singapore' by Asian Golf Monthly Awards.
The first phase of the construction for Downtown East Refresh was celebrated with a groundbreaking ceremony in March 2013. NTUC Club assured union members and the public that the facilities at Downtown East will remain open throughout the 5-year redevelopment.
Wild Wild Wet was awarded the 2013 Certificate of Excellence by TripAdvisor. This certification is given to attractions/hotels who have attained at least a 4 out of 5 star rating given by the public and as well as the reviews after visiting the park.
eXplorerkid (AMK Hub) and Downtown East were winners of the "We Welcome Families" awards presented by the Businesses for Families Council (BFC).
2015 NTUC Club/Downtown East won the BCA Universal Design Mark Award (Gold Plus). BCA Green Mark Award was given to D'Resort Rainforest Block.

Brand new D'Resort welcomed its first guests on 1st July. 

Downtown East was identified as a SG Heart Map place. The SG Heart Map project was launched as a community initiative that identifies and celebrates the places which Singapore residents identify with and which resonate as 'Home'.
2016 Wild Wild Wet was awarded Top 10 Water Parks in Asia by TripAdvisor for the 3rd year running.


Core Identity

Our logo is designed to help us communicate our brand intent so everybody in Singapore understands what NTUC Club is about. We provide fun and exciting facilities and activities for people of all ages and backgrounds to enjoy in Singapore.

The iconic leaping brushstroke figure in our symbol illustrates the fun and vibrancy of our brand and expresses the joy we aim to bring to our members and customers of all ages. This combined with our U symbol represents our vision of ‘a better more meaningful life for all’ as a part of the Labour Movement.

Our U symbol is made up of three ‘U’s. Firstly a strong, dynamic and progressive U that represents The Labour Movement, secondly the U that represents ‘you’ the individuals we serve and thirdly an overlapping ‘invisible’ U that symbolises the way we stand alongside all our customers and help bring joy to their every day lives.

Our colours are red indicating our links to the Labour Movement and orange, symbolising our warm, friendly and vibrant personality. Our supporting colours are a fresh green and blue, reflecting a bright and optimistic approach to the diverse range of ways we serve our customers.

Our logotype is in a fluid, contemporary italic font symbolising our energy and strength, combined with our progressive approach as an organisation. Our brushstroke figure is also reflected as a super-graphic brushstroke in our design applications, where it is used to express the fun and vitality that we bring to everything we do.



NTUC Club, the leisure and entertainment arm of NTUC, was established in December 1986 to provide affordable lifestyle options for union members and the public.

NTUC Club started with a clubhouse at Shenton Way and opened a resort in Pasir Ris in 1988. Since then, it has become the largest leisure provider in Singapore with several subsidiaries including Quebec Leisure International Pte Ltd, NCI Golf Pte Ltd, Family Leisure Pte Ltd, Resorts Concept Pte Ltd and Leisurequest Pte Ltd. It manages four clubhouses (Scarlet City, Union Square, Happy Days and Jest D’Place), local resorts (D'Resort @ Downtown East and Costa Sands Resorts at Sentosa), a water park (Wild Wild Wet), a golf course (Marina Bay Golf Course), five bowling centres (Orchid Bowl) and a one-stop leisure and lifestyle destination (Downtown East), which includes the 5-storey shopping and leisure centre, E!Hub. 

As an active corporate citizen, NTUC Club supports the Labour Movement and aims to build a more inclusive society in Singapore. This means taking a social responsibility towards its staff, the community and the environment, which is core to everything NTUC Club does.