Your Singapore Grand Prix™ 2022 experience starts here. After a two year hiatus, the Singapore Grand Prix will be back, bigger than ever in late 2022, most likely in September or October, as part of the 73rd Formula 1® World Championship. Join us as we descend on the mesmerising Marina Bay Street Circuit for Formula 1’s only night race and a weekend of non-stop entertainment. If you’re interested in an official travel package; including general admission tickets, grandstand tickets or premium hospitality, please join the waitlist now.
By joining, you’ll be notified when packages go on sale with pre-sale access, earlybird specials and the best chance to secure your preferred Singapore Grand Prix™ tickets, hospitality, and travel experience. We’re working on our packages now and hope to release them in late 2021. Also included with our packages will be hand-selected 4-star and 5-star hotels and apartments, transport (including flights), access to events, and optional travel services.
Whether you’re interested in coming to Singapore for a quick getaway from Australia or other international countries, or plan to stay longer to enjoy Singapore’s fabulous attractions, we’ll have the perfect package for you to experience the 2022 Singapore Grand Prix™ in style!
By joining, you’ll receive an email notification when products are released, along with priority access, specials and you’ll have the best chance to secure your preferred tickets and travel experience.
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Don’t miss the 2022 Singapore Grand Prix™ after a two year hiatus
The Singapore Grand Prix™ is Asia’s premier sporting event and the only night race of the Formula 1® World Championship. The action takes place in downtown Singapore on the Marina Bay Street Circuit. This circuit was the first to hold an F1® event in Asia back in 2008. Ever since, the Singapore Grand Prix has become a mainstay on the ever-evolving F1® calendar. Here are a few reasons why it’s been a hit:Read moreRead less
Firstly, Singapore knows how to put on a show. The Singapore Grand Prix™ is synonymous with entertainment including: music, dazzling fireworks, light shows, and art installations. Each night after the races, world-class bands, singers and DJ’s perform live on amazing stages around the circuit. Past acts have included Justin Bieber, Kylie Minogue, Queen, and Bon Jovi to name a few. We expect the 2022 Singapore Grand Prix entertainment lineup to be huge!
Secondly, the circuit itself is jammed into the twisting streets of Singapore around Marina Bay, where over 100,000 fans watch the F1® cars blast around the tight turns on a bumpy street surface under lights. From many of our top hotels, it’s only a short walk to the circuit and depending on whether you choose a grandstand ticket or hospitality package, we can recommend hotel options to make track access even easier.
Finally, entertainment and racing aside, Singapore is a unique and exciting city, rich in history, culture, food, shopping, and nightlife. Singapore is only 5-7 hours from Australia, so it’s a sensible destination for a quick holiday in the warmth and sunshine with superb attractions you can’t miss including: Gardens by the Bay, Marina Bay Sands, Raffles and much more. The tropical climate, resort style hotels and welcoming locals make Singapore a worry-free destination.
As an Authorised Partner of Singapore Grand Prix, we are proud to have been helping fans enjoy the race since 2008. Our team are currently working on Singapore Grand Prix Packages for 2022 and will release these as soon as the official calendar is released from Formula 1®. Our packages will include Singapore Grand Prix tickets and hospitality options; as well as accommodation, sightseeing, functions, transport, and more. On the ticketing side, we have general admission, grandstands and combination of different grandstands. For hospitality, we have suites, unique venues, and the exclusive Formula 1 Paddock Club™ available. Pair ticketing with great value 4-star accommodation or upgrade to 5-star accommodation for an exclusive and luxurious stay. We have hotel options across the city, with popular hotels just a few minutes walk from the circuit. Allow our Travel Experts to select the perfect property for you.
If you’d like to join us in Singapore for a fun weekend of F1 action at a great holiday destination, please join the waitlist.
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Updated version coming soon for 2022
Circuit: Marina Bay Street Circuit
Race date: TBC
Length: 5.063 km
Race length: 308.706 km
Lap record: 1:41.905 (Kevin Magnussen, Haas Ferrari in 2018)
2019 winner: Sebastian Vettel, Ferrari
2019 runner-Up: Charles Leclerc, Ferrari
2019 Pole Position: Charles Leclerc, Ferrari
Support categories: Coming soon
Race schedule: Coming soon
2022 entertainment lineup: Coming soon
Singapore is a unique and exciting city, rich in history, culture, food, shopping, and nightlife. Singapore is only 5-7 hours from Australia, so it’s a sensible destination for a quick holiday. Enjoy the warmth and sunshine while exploring the superb attractions including Gardens by the Bay, Singapore’s 21st century botanical garden of fantasy and Hawker food, a must when visiting Singapore with fragrant smells, lively sounds and delicious food creating a wonderful atmosphere for a fun night out. The town is also renowned for the Singapore Sling, a cocktail originating from Raffles Hotel and made famous in Hollywood films; it’s the perfect accompaniment to this humid climate.
As Singapore is situated near the equator, it’s typically a tropical climate with high rainfall and warm, humid weather. In September, you can expect highs of 30°C and lows of 24°C with a moderate chance of rain. Pack your sunscreen and a hat for day-time activities and a light jumper for circuit-side comfort.
Gardens by the Bay
Singapore’s 21st-century botanical garden is a fantasy land of biodomes, Supertrees, and whimsical sculptures. Enjoy light shows, world-class restaurants and mesmerising themed gardens that capture the imagination and offer a glimpse into the future
Raffles is not only the finest hotel in town, and possibly one of the most revered hotels on the planet; it is a cultural icon that finely exhibits Singapore’s history. While non-guests cannot explore the hotel itself, visitors can enjoy the Long Bar, famed for creating and popularising the Singapore Sling, perfect to cool down the body after a days sightseeing
National Orchid Garden
Singapore’s Botanical Gardens are worth a visit on their own, but the hidden gem is the National Orchid Garden found on the highest hill of the gardens. Inside there are 600 species of orchids on display with seasonal zones categorised by different coloured orchids
National Gallery of Singapore
Singapore’s historic City Hall and Old Supreme Court buildings have a new function, housing a world-class collection of 19th-century and modern Southeast Asian art; enabling a greater understanding of how Singapore’s unique culture has formed from pre-colonial, colonial and post-colonial eras
Singapore’s hawker food is the stuff of legends and widely popularised by celebrity chefs including Anthony Bourdain. Enjoy the fragrant smells, lively sounds and down-right delicious stalls — some of which boast two Michelin stars
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