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Dining at a Whole New High

Singapore’s reputation for diverse cuisines is a reflection of her multicultural heritage and how much its people love good food. And one of the best places to discover this culinary diversity is at the many food courts or hawker centres!

For a taste of indulgence, head up to some of Singapore’s highest restaurants while enjoying impressive views of the city skyline and race circuit. Rise to the occasion with race-themed parties at 1-Altitude at Raffles Place and KU DÉ TA Singapore at the iconic Marina Bay Sands®.

Party from Sun Up till Sun Down

At sundown, enclaves in Singapore take to the beat and come alive. Shimmy to a line-up of international DJs including Gear Up Friday with Dash Berlin & Hong at Zouk, and Miles Slater, Patrick Oliver and Ian Carey at Podium Lounge. Hobnob with the world’s party elite at the official F1 after-party – Amber Lounge. Those raring to party even in the day can do so at the Bacchanalia Brunch at Marina Bay Sands® and Bacchanalia Brunch at Pan Pacific Hotel.

Discover the Art and Soul of the City

The arts scene here is thriving with a growing number of galleries and upcoming developments, one of which is  the National Art Gallery at City Hall. While we eagerly await its opening in 2015, explore Singapore’s diverse array of museums and galleries. Visit Opera Gallery and marvel at the works of Pablo Picasso, Marc Chagall and Andy Warhol, as well as the sculptures of Salvador Dali and Richard Macdonald along Orchard Road.

Discover the cultures that have been woven into our social fabric with exquisite batik art at the Peranakan Museum, and exotic porcelain pieces at the Asian Civilisations Museum. This month, let the magnificent horses and their acrobatic performers of the highly-acclaimed Cavalia thrill you. Be enchanted by the world class performances at the Singapore International Festival of Arts and spend A Night of Magic at Raffles Hotel with Merlin-award winning illusionist Joe Labero.

Gear Up in the Styles of the Season

Singapore is well known as a shopping destination – not just for the luxury lover, but for the quirky explorer as well. Check out the pop-up events KEEPERS.

Singapore Designer Collective at Orchard Green and Hidden Finds by Public Garden at TripleOne Somerset where designers and artisans gather to display and sell their wares of furniture, fashion, crafts and food. Aficionados of fine watches will also appreciate the showcases by TW Steel at Shaw Urban Plaza and Hublot at Paragon Shopping Centre. 

Race Days Tips & Tricks

Getting Around
Taxis are everywhere, but to truly experience Singapore, hop on to our public transport system, via bus and rail. Just get an EZ-Link card. Singapore Tourist Pass EZ-Link cards are available in 1, 2 or 3-day options for unlimited travel. Pick one up at Changi Airport or at centrally located MRT stations, and you’re on your way to a cross-island adventure from the Singapore Zoo in the northwest, to the resort island of Sentosa in the south.

See Singapore
From the Singapore Zoo to Gardens by the Bay, the iconic Marina Bay Sands® and the resort island of Sentosa. Why not zoom in on the city’s world-class attractions to round up your GPSS experience?

Dress Smart
‘Tis the season to be stylish – but when in Singapore, do as the Singaporeans do – dress comfortable! Slap on the sunscreen, dress for the tropics and don’t forget your brolly. Pick shoes that’ll get you from place to place comfortably.

Stay Up-to-Date
Keep up with the latest race weekend scheduleand 2014 FORMULA 1 SINGAPORE AIRLINES SINGAPORE GRAND PRIX news by downloading the Singapore GP app from the iTunes App Store or Google Play.

For more tips and tricks for the night race, follow the official @F1NightRace on Twitter, @F1NightRace on Instagram, and ‘Singapore GP Official Page’ on Facebook.

Safety in Numbers
It’s wise to be prepared. Keep these important numbers handy in your cellphone:

Touristline: 1800 736 2000 (toll-free, Mon – Fri, 9am – 6pm)
Emergency Ambulance and Fire: 995
Non-Emergency Ambulance: 1777
Police Emergency: 999
Non-Emergency Police Hotline: 1800 255 0000


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