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The Formula One Singapore Grand Prix was the inaugural F1 night race back in 2008, and has since been an annual event that car enthusiasts from all over the world look forward to watching in the month of September. Other than watching the racing...more
Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
Marina Bay Street Circuit, Singapore 038975, Singapore
What can I say “once in a lifetime experience for us”.
We arrived in Singapore on Thursday do had a day to acclimatise and find our feet. We made our way to the circuit Friday to watch the practice and soak up the atmosphere. We...More
We can cross this off our bucket list. The crowds were large (340,000 over the 3 days) and the heat can make it unpleasant, but the atmosphere is good, even if you're not a GP fan. (I'm not.) The music entertainment was great- we liked...More
Saw 3 days of F1 events. Night time and utterly complex circuit. Very tight bends and difficult to overtake. But it's great to see. This time they tried the ultra soft Tyre. Saw 2 crashes, one of Force India car. Entertainment was good but the...More
The F1 Grand Prix in Singapore is one of the coolest racing events in the world. It is a night race through the heart of the city streets. You can enjoy this race on the sidewalk, in the grandstands, or at a rooftop bar or...More
A truly amazing city and one of the great iconic F1 races.
Also being at night it is very dramatic.
Very expensive for just about everything, limited views, limited overtaking during the race, with not enough large screens.
Quite well organised, but could do with...More
This is our third Singapore F1 GP. Such a great event and so well organized. Not just for race fans either as there is so much going on including fabulous entertainment.
Acts such as Liam Gallagher and The Killers on the main stage and Bjorn...More
How much you enjoy the Singapore GP will probably be dependent on how much money you have and ultimately how good a ticket you buy. I was on a basic ticket in the Bay Grandstand. The view wasn’t very good. I felt like I was...More
The circuit is made up by enclosed public road in Marina area. So, most of all guests who are staying hotels in the center of city can reach the circuit within 30 minutes by public way like MRT or Bus. Particularly Singapore GP is night...More
Came to the Grand Prix in 2017 and had 3 great days. This year, last minute decision, to come and only could get a Sunday Zone 4 walkabout ticket. Last year I had 3 day premium Zone 1-4 walkabout and pit lane Grand Stand ticket...More
Bought the walkabout tickets for Day 1. It was really dazzling to see the cars whizz past. I also really love the Jay Chou concert, despite needing to stand for 2 hrs to wait for the concert to start. It was money well spent!
More of a mini city than a neighbourhood in the traditional sense, the iconic Marina Bay aims to dazzle and entertain visitors of all kinds. This is the Singapore found in glossy brochures, featuring a world-class hotel, casino, shops, restaurants, bars, and other attractions all geared towards pure entertainment. The SkyPark at Marina Bay Sands provides a stunning view of the city, a must-see photo
opportunity for visitors and locals alike. The ArtScience Museum always has a top-quality exhibition, and Gardens by the Bay is a fascinating manifestation of the government’s vision of Singapore as a “city in a garden”. Enticing Marina Bay is well worth a visit.
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These are the bars that offer a vantage point view of the F1 Grand prix race in Singapore - Altitude, Zafferano, Axis, Drink bar by Davide Oldani, Smoke and Mirrors. I guess that all of them have a great atmosphere.