by Meetings & Conventions Asia | October 09, 2018
Natural sunlight floods the Glass House through its floor-to-ceiling glass walls.
In Singapore, Sentosa beach lifestyle destination C Side has unveiled a new events space, Glass House on Siloso Beach following a renovation that turned the former venue Makan Makan into an air-conditioned space. 

The 84-sqm venue, enclosed by floor-to-ceiling glass walls, can seat up to 80 guests and up to 120 standing guests. A variety of table set ups from round tables to long banquet tables and meeting-room can be configured for meetings and events. For presentations, the venue is equipped with two pull-down projector screens. 


Various table set ups from round tables to long banquet tables and meeting room configurations are possible.
There are plans to also enable the glass walls to be fully openable and to install draw-down blinds for privacy, shared Billy McDonald, chief operating officer, C Side. For pre- or post-event receptions, the venue also offers an alfresco deck area overlooking Siloso Beach.

C Side comprises four food and beverage outlets, Coastes, Bikini Bar, Sand Bar and Flame and an events space, Glass House.