Originally blue in colour, the room keeps its moniker as a reminder of its rich history. The former Commonwealth Parliamentary Association Room was used as a lounge for members of Parliament to have their meals and tea while discussing issues in a more relaxed manner in between debate sessions.
In the 1950s, the adjoining Old Select Committee Room, now called the VIP Room, was the venue of a secret meeting between the then-Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew and the underground Communist chief, Fong Chong Pik aka The Plen (for plenipotentiary). This was also the opposition Barisan Socialis in debate. The room is now a versatile space used both for performances and corporate functions, including press conferences, product launches, and receptions.
Min. Spend: $1,600+