There are 4 Irish organisations in Singapore, including the Gaelic Lions - so if Gaelic isn't your cup of tea - their details are below:
Saint Patrick's Society of Singapore
Our Society encourages all in Singapore who are interested in Ireland to get together and celebrate its culture in our own unique Irish style. We organise a range of functions throughout the year to appeal to all our members, young and old
The highlight of our year is the annual St Patrick's Ball, which is a formal, black-tie dinner and is one of the most popular in town. The 2009 Ball was a massive success again and this event goes from strength to strength!
Irish Graduates Association of Singapore (IGAS) is a not-for-profit organisation founded in 1980 with the aim of establishing a network for Irish community in Singapore and other Asian countries. IGAS is unique among the various Irish societies in that its membership includes a large number of Asians who were educated at Irish universities.
The Association seeks to forge links between and among graduates of Irish universities and others interested in Irish affairs. There has been a long tradition of students from this part of the world going to Ireland for third level education.