Singapore Grand Prix Date: 22nd September 2019
Track: Marina Bay Street Circuit
For the Singapore F1 Grand Prix night race, Resolute Travel provides you with a great opportunity to experience the Singapore Grand Prix, as well as the sights, sounds and people of Singapore, at affordable package prices. We can offer you an accommodation choice, between a 3.5*, 4* or track-side 5 star hotel in Singapore both offering excellent locations. Our 3.5 star hotel is a 15 minute walk from the circuit, 4 star hotel is a short 8 minute stroll and the 5* is fantastically located track-side a mere 20 meters from the Singapore circuit. The hotels are centrally, surrounded by numerous upmarket shopping centres, superb restaurants, cafes, bars and clubs.
- Economy class return flights departing SA on the 18th September (arriving 19th) and returning on the 23rd September
- Airport Taxes
- Return airport transfers
- 4 nights’ accommodation in a choice between a superior 3, 4 or 5 star hotels in Singapore from the 19th September
- Buffet breakfast daily
- Weekend Circuit tickets Connaught Grandstand (High action corner- end of DRS zone – recommended)
- Bonus pouch, lanyard and protective earplugs
- Representative on hand to guide and assist you for the duration of your stay
- Meals unless stipulated above
- Travel insurance
Singapore F1 Grand Prix Tour Hotels
Featuring 37-inch flat-screen TVs in elegant rooms, the smoke-free Royal @ Queens is a 3-minute walk from Bras Basah MRT. Situated within Singapore’s arts district, it boasts an outdoor pool. All rooms come with free internet access. Royal Hotel @ Queens is a 6-minute walk from the historic Sri Krishnan Temple and the numerous shopping options at Bugis Village. Raffles City Shopping Centre is a 10-minute walk away. Decorated in pleasant neutral shades, air-conditioned rooms at Hotel Royal offer the comfort of carpeted floors and tea/coffee making amenities. A work desk and safe are also provided. Explore Singapore’s attractions by going on an excursion organised by the tour desk. Alternatively, there is also a small fitness room. Free parking is available at Royal @ Queens. Enjoy daily breakfast buffet in a cosy environment at Queen’s Brasserie. Fine Cantonese specialities can be sampled at Grand Banquet Restaurant.
Carlton Hotel is a luxurious property which features a gym. Free WiFi is available in its lobby and restaurants. Luxurious and stylish, rooms are located over 3 wings and offer different views of the city. Each is equipped with a cable TV, minibar and ironing facilities. Tea/coffee making facilities are also included. En suite bathrooms have a bathtub. All guests can enjoy a personalised handy smartphone with unlimited mobile internet and local/international calls to selected countries. Centrally located along Bras Basah Road, Carlton Hotel Singapore is a short 5-minute walk from City Hall MRT Station and Raffles City Shopping Centre. It is a 20-minute drive from Changi International Airport. Guests can enjoy a relaxing massage or facial at the spa. A business centre lets guests check their emails while newspapers are available at the 24-hour front desk. The hotel also provides laundry and dry cleaning services. Interactive maps and city guides are also provided in the handy smartphones. Café Mosaic serves a delicious buffet spread of International cuisines. The award-winning Wah Lok Restaurant offers fine Cantonese dishes. After-dinner drinks can be enjoyed at Gravity Bar, which features live music at night. Tuxedo is a Café and Patisserie with a fine selection of freshly baked cakes and pastries, along with hand-pulled Italian coffee.
The 5-star Pan Pacific Singapore is directly connected to Marina Square Mall and Suntec Convention Centre. It is located at the gateway of Singapore’s Central Business and Financial Districts and it offers an outdoor pool, 6 dining options and free WiFi throughout the hotel. The spacious rooms at Singapore Pan Pacific are equipped with full-length windows featuring panoramic views of the city. All rooms come with flat-screen satellite TVs, marble bathrooms and work desks. Newly renovated, guests can enjoy a relaxing swim at the two large semi-circular swimming pools. A wading pool, cabanas and sun loungers are also featured. Located by the pool, the award-winning St. Gregory Spa offers a wide range of pampering face and body treatments as well as healing therapies. Guests can also exercise at the fitness centre or the 2 tennis courts. Car rentals and a tour desk are available. Pacific Marketplace is a gourmet grocery and café serving coffees, croissants and pastries, as well as a wide selection of cakes, chocolates, sandwiches and salads. Other dining options include Keyaki Japanese Restaurant, Hai Tien Lo Cantonese Restaurant and Rang Mahal Indian Restaurant. Drinks and snacks are served at the Atrium, while the new Poolside Bar offers a wide variety of cold beverages and Pacific-inspired snacks and main courses. Pan Pacific Singapore is a 5-minute walk from Promenade MRT Station. Changi International Airport is a 20-minute drive from the hotel. Marina Bay is a great choice for travellers interested in city trips, clean streets and sightseeing.
Singapore – Track and Stands
The Singapore Grand Prix is Formula One racing’s original night race, staged on an exciting 5.073-kilometre (3.152-mile) street track in the heart of this colourful and cosmopolitan city. The race is floodlit, and the bright lights of the city’s financial centre in the background give the race a unique atmosphere.
“It’s a very physical circuit – more than I expected, actually,” says world champion Lewis Hamilton. “You need to put a lot of work into the car to get a good lap – I’d say it requires double the energy of Monaco over a single lap. One lap around here is like two laps of Monaco!”
“The visibility is great and you don’t really feel you are driving at night with all the lights on the track,” adds 2007 champion Kimi Raikkonen.
The track makes use of two bridges across the harbour, the famous Padang Park and its permanent pits complex is built alongside the ‘Singapore Flyer’, the city state’s answer to the London Eye Ferris wheel.
At just 684 square kilometres (264 square miles), Singapore is the smallest country in South East Asia. Singapore’s Changi Airport, 20 kilometres east of the city, is an extremely impressive facility. Its 160 shops and 80 restaurants make it a delight for passengers, who can fly to virtually anywhere in the world. There are 185 destinations from Changi, in 58 countries.
The quickest way from the airport into the city is via the Modern Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) rail system. Trains leave every 12 minutes and the journey time into City Hall Station is just 27 minutes.
With the MRT at your disposal, as well as endless bus services and taxis, you don’t need to hire a car in Singapore. And when you can’t get any further by public transport, go by foot.
If you’re a fan of Far Eastern metropolitan life, you’ll love Singapore. There are two renowned shopping/entertainment malls, the Marina Square and Sentosa Island. When you’ve had enough of shopping or watching movies, you can head to the Como Shambhala Spa, where some of the oldest methods of spiritual and physical growth are practised.
Eating out is also a delight, with food to suit every palette. For the most eclectic mix of restaurants, head to the Dempsey Road enclave; it used to be known for its antique teak furniture, but the majority of those shops now serve food and drink. The Wine Company (Block 14-3 Dempsey Road) specialise in wine and pizzas, Samy’s Restaurant (25 Dempsey Road) is famed for its fish-head curry, while the Dempsey Hut (130E Minden Road) offers an outdoor bar in which to enjoy the balmy tropical weather.
Singapore is a clean city; in fact it’s so spotless that you can’t buy chewing gum, just in case the temptation to litter the streets is too great. While in Singapore, you’d do well to respect each of the Republic’s five ideals, as depicted on their national flag: democracy, peace, equality, justice and progress.
In 2008 Singapore had the honour of hosting the first night-time event in Formula One history. The inaugural Singapore Grand Prix proved a huge hit, staged on a new street circuit, with the city’s famous skyline providing a truly spectacular backdrop.
The race was announced in May 2007 following the agreement of a five-year deal between Formula One Management CEO Bernie Ecclestone, Singapore entrepreneur Mr Ong Beng Seng, and the Singapore Tourism Board.It instantly established itself as one of the most dramatic and atmospheric races on the calendar. The timing of the event also means it can be broadcast at a convenient time for European television audiences as well as thrilling local fans.
Using public roads around the Marina Bay area, the circuit utilises powerful lighting systems to replicate daylight conditions and the most stringent safety protocols ensure driver and spectator safety.
Grandstand seating and hospitality areas lining the track can accommodate more than 80,000 spectators, while a permanent pit area with deluxe paddock facilities is located adjacent to the Singapore Flyer complex.
The event is more than just a motor race. “We envision it to be a national festival, and one that presents many opportunities for participation for everyone, both visitors and Singaporeans alike,” said Singapore’s Minister of State for Trade and Industry, Mr S Iswaran.