Singapore Grand Prix is a massive tourist attraction with an influx of race fans from around the region and beyond guaranteed for every race but it’s also a popular event for the locals and residents. The first F1 night race as well as street circuit in Asia, the race, around the Marina Bay Street Circuit creates a huge buzz before and during the three day event. From the practice laps, where you get a look at how the drivers and their machines are adapting to the conditions for the race, to the hullabaloo that surrounds it, the fantastic night time entertainment that features some of the world’s biggest artists to the race itself. September in Singapore is all about the Grand Prix! There are several tiers of tickets depending what you are looking for from your experience, from a premier walkabout ticket, giving you access to the four zones to the Pit Grandstand, giving you an outstanding view of the race itself as well as access to all four zones. There are various combinations available depending on budget, placing you at different points of the grandstand and limiting the zones that you can access.
The track is the focal point of the three-day event, culminating in the race itself on Sunday but there are numerous things going on around that make it a fun filed family event, even for those not interested in the sport. The night time entertainment is always first class, with various zones featuring some of the best international entertainment as well as food and drink stalls. All four zones offer a varied entertainment schedule, carefully assembled to ensure you get the very best our of your Grand Prix experience, whether you are crammed into the front for one of the headliners or chilling on the grass watching the world go by. Hawker village offers a range of delicious treats to make sure you don’t go hungry during your stay.