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Formula 1 FORMULA 1 SINGAPORE AIRLINES SINGAPORE GRAND PRIX 2024 2024-09-20 2024-09-22 Buy official tickets to Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix here! Best selection & prices for Grandstands & Hospitality packages. Secure payments & customer support
Singapore circuit
Marina Bay 00000 Singapore
Singapore circuit 20 - 22 Sep

Singapore Grand Prix Race Information

The Singaporean Grand Prix sets out to impress with a spectacular skyline that sets the backdrop for the race. Coupled with a buzzing city vibe, this race is now known to be an electrifying one in the F1 calendar.

Marina Bay Street Circuit

This circuit is a physically demanding one with some unique features that see drivers going underneath a grandstand. Witness drivers putting in more effort and concentration as they take on this challenge and work the wheel.

Circuit Address

Marina Bay, Singapore

Key Facts of the Circuit

Circuit Length

4.94 km

Number of laps


Race distance

306.143 km

Maximum speed

320 kph 

circuit map

How to get to the circuit?


There are 7 different metro stops that will bring you to the circuit. Use the information below to guide you on which station you should stop at.

Gate 1 - Nicoll Highway CC5 / Lavender EW11

Gate 2 - Promenade CC4/DT15

Gate 3A, 3B - City Hall EW13/NS25 / Esplanade CC3

Gate 4, 5, 6 - Raffles Place EW14/NS26

Gate 7 - Esplanade CC3

Gate 8 - Bayfront CC1/DT16


All taxis are metered and the flag fare is between SGD$3-4*. You can either hail one from the street or call for one.

* Prices are indicative and therefore, may vary. Please check the corresponding websites for the latest information.


Ticket Specifications & Categories

Paddock Club: Enjoy fabulous hospitality service at the very exclusive Paddock Club, where you can delight in perks such as scrumptious food, open bar and unique entertainment. For an additional touch of the royal treatment, the Upper Deck pass gives you full access to massage treatments and spa on top of other benefits.

VIP Packages: Treat yourself to one of the VIP packages such as Sky Suite, Twenty3, Green Room and The Cube, and enhance your experience with delectable food and free-flow of drinks.

Grandstand Tickets: Feel the adrenaline from Grandstands located in Zones 1, 3 and 4. There are also various combination and group packages that sit you at different locations each day.

Child Tickets: Special child prices are only applicable for children aged below 16 years old. Children below the age of 12 must have a parent or legal guardian accompanying them.

Parking Tickets: Parking tickets are subject to availability and are not guaranteed until they are put on the ticketshop for purchase.

VIP and Hospitality

What better way to enjoy the Singapore Grand Prix than having your very own tailor-made package? Let our dedicated hospitality website GPExperiences assist you in creating a unique and specialised experience that encompasses everything you want and more! This includes anything from race tickets to transfers to hotel reservations and activities.

Taking care of your desires so you can sit back and thoroughly enjoy your weekend, we want you to see what a VIP experience looks like. Visit our hospitality page and photo galleries for a preview of the fabulosity that awaits you. Get your customised hospitality package quote from one of our specialists.

Of course, if you prefer to book individual VIP passes, they are available here.

What to do in Singapore during the Grand Prix weekend?

Known as The Lion City, Singapore offers a fascinating combination of the historic and the modern. This city-state has so much to offer, from nature spots to thrilling adventures to historical buildings and architectural skyscrapers. We recommend the following:

Food & Beverage
- Chili crab: National dish of crab cooked in a thick sweet and spicy tomato chili sauce, served with fried buns
- Murtabak: Pancake made with layers of crispy buttery naan pastry stuffed with chicken, beef or mutton, served with a bowl of curry
- Satay: Grilled meat skewers seasoned in a concoction of spices, served with sweet and spicy peanut sauce and a side dish of steamed rice in cubes

- Jumbo Seafood: A seafood restaurant specialising in the iconic national dish
- Zam Zam: One of the oldest restaurants in Singapore where you can watch the flipping of dough and flatbreads

- Gardens by the Bay
- Marina Bay Sands
- Sentosa

- National Gallery Singapore
- Merlion Park

  • Average temperature in September: 30ºC / 86ºF 
  • Currency: Singapore Dollar
  • Closest Airport: Singapore Changi Airport (SIN)
  • Recommended city transport: Train