According to Singapore's leading English daily, NHK, Japan's national public broadcaster, is expected to send about 100 people, including correspondents from around the world, while the BBC is said to be sending about 80 journalists.
Sir Henry Bellingham, foreign office minister 2010 and 2012, told this newspaper that he was "extremely sceptical" of North Korea's rhetoric, but added the "catastrophic" state of the economy could convince Kim to do a deal.
The North Korean officials also visited the St. Regis Singapore last week.
Located a quarter mile off the coast of the city-state, Sentosa Island is known for its high-end beach hotels, golf courses and amusement parks. Linked to the mainland by causeway, cable vehicle and monorail, it is ideal for security.
Sentosa may be a holiday hotspot, but experts say security won't be a problem at the proposed venue - Capella Hotel.
Rooms look out onto the South China Sea, and the restaurants - including a must-do weekend brunch - stand out in Singapore's hyper-competitive food and beverage scene.
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The summit will be held in the Capella Hotel on the exclusive resort of Sentosa, a tiny Singaporean island covered in golf courses that was once a pirate hangout. "We'll see what happens".
The hotel is privately owned by real estate developer Pontiac Land Group, run by a Singaporean family.
There is a separate zone - covering an area including the Capella resort and Universal Studios Singapore - marked off on maps provided by the Singapore government, which will be subject to stricter security checks.
The meeting will occur in Singapore on June 12.
The United States Government is not paying for the North Korean delegation to stay. A USA advance team was spotted at the Capella Hotel last week meeting with North Korean officials in preparation for the summit.
Ahead of his visit to Washington, Mr Abe told reporters: "I want to make sure to be on the same page with President Trump ahead of the first ever U.S. I know that that's something that the president and this administration certainly supports". They include those from the Blue House and Foreign Ministry.
FOX Business reached out to McDonald's for comment on whether they would be interested in opening in North Korea, however, the company did not respond at the time of publication.