SINGAPORE – The Grand Prix Season Singapore is the ultimate opportunity to experience world-class services and entertainment programs from 8-17 September.

What to Eat and Where to Play During the Grand Prix Singapore 2023

Get ready for the highly anticipated return of Grand Prix Season Singapore 2023, with a lineup of exciting activities and events happening from 8-17 September. The heart of the GPSS, the F1 races, will take place over three days from 15-17 September, giving visitors the chance to witness thrilling races right in the heart of the bustling city.

Aside from the intense races, there are also plenty of stylish lifestyle experiences happening in the city center. Starting from 8 September, a series of exclusive events and promotions for the season will take place at popular locations such as Orchard Road, Clarke Quay, Kampong Gelam, and Sentosa, creating a lively atmosphere throughout the entire event.

The presence of international celebrities and spectacular performances are also major highlights that attract international tourists. Some notable names include Post Malone, Robbie Williams, idol singer Jackson Wang, legendary rock band Kings of Leon, and EDM duo Groove Armada.

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Grand Prix Season Singapore 2023 is a special event featuring a series of world-class entertainment and thrilling activities. Photo: F1

Grand Prix Season Singapore 2023 is a special event featuring a series of world-class entertainment and thrilling activities. Photo: F1

The busy streets will also come alive with dazzling lights and banners featuring familiar names like Lewis Hamilton, Max Verstappen, and Charles Leclerc – all star racers who will be competing on the Marina Bay Street Circuit.

To fully immerse in this vibrant atmosphere, visitors can refer to the suggested dining and entertainment itinerary below and have an unforgettable Grand Prix Season Singapore 2023.

Eating out – closing deals – living the high life at Orchard Road.

Known as the shopping paradise of the island nation, Orchard Road is home to hundreds of renowned fashion brands from all over the world. Visitors can stroll along this bustling street, indulge in delicious cuisine, shop till they drop, and admire various forms of art.

The Revolutions performance, a combination of sound and light, will take place continuously for 9 days from September 8th to 17th at Youth Park, promising a unique experience for tourists. From 7pm to 10pm daily, every 20 minutes, local artist Brandon Tay will put on a show under the dome. Each 5-minute story will be told through sound and light, paying tribute to the people, achievements, and aspirations of the lion city.

You can also take the opportunity to purchase locally-made souvenirs at the Orchard Pit Shops: GPSS Lifestyle Bazaar. This event will run throughout the Grand Prix Season Singapore 2023 with 24 booths offering everything from food to handmade products.

In the evening, visitors can enjoy a luxurious dinner at FLNT – one of the top 10 restaurants on Orchard Road according to TripAdvisor. The restaurant will have a special menu inspired by the racing theme, created by MasterChef Australia’s Reynold Poernomo.

The Retro Auto Vintage Displays are a must-see experience for car enthusiasts, allowing them to look back at the history, design concepts, development process, and appreciate the impressive maintenance and restoration of each vintage car.

Moreover, if you share your photos on social media with the event’s hashtag during this period, your posts will automatically be combined into a mosaic artwork displayed on the large LED screen along Orchard Road.

Orchard Road will be the ideal destination to experience GPSS 2023. Photo: ION Orchard

Orchard Road will be the ideal destination to experience GPSS 2023. Photo: ION Orchard

Experience Nightlife at Clarke Quay.

Clarke Quay is the perfect destination for travelers seeking all-day entertainment, from partying to adrenaline-pumping experiences. One of the highlights is the Teleios Race Sims Grand Slam, an electronic sports tournament featuring state-of-the-art simulation equipment. This is a chance for fans to compete against talented racers from around the world.

For those who love to stay active while traveling, the GPSS Fitness Fest feat. Les Mills offers a unique experience combining music, lights, and the latest fitness innovations. Taking place from 8-10 September at Clarke Quay Fountain Square, you can purchase tickets and work out with the guidance of Les Mills International trainers.

If you happen to visit Clarke Quay in the afternoon, don’t miss out on the Music Matters Live festival at Clarke Quay Fountain Square, featuring independent artists from various countries in the region.

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Vibrant performances at Clarke Quay. Photo: Grand Prix Season Singapore 2023

Vibrant performances at Clarke Quay. Photo: Grand Prix Season Singapore 2023

Explore the culture and art in Kampong Gelam.

For those who love to explore the culture and heritage of Singapore, Kampong Gelam is a must-visit destination. The past scenes and structures of Singapore will be recreated by artist Wilfred in miniature form at 45/47 Pahang Street.

At the Pahang Street parking lot, visitors can admire the art of blending modernity with traditional elements through the use of lighting. Nearby, the GPSS Food Park & Food Truck Alley offers a diverse selection of local and international snacks, main dishes, and desserts. Kampong Gelam also has activities for children such as toy car races and mini roller coasters at Aliwal Street Carpark.

GPSS Food Park at Pahang Street. Photo: Grand Prix Season Singapore 2023

GPSS Food Park at Pahang Street. Photo: Grand Prix Season Singapore 2023

A series of fun entertainment spots for every family member.

Multi-generational families should not miss out on the special offers for certain attractions and entertainment options. For example, there are discounted tickets to Bird Paradise and Singapore Zoo from September 15-17. Families with F1 race tickets can purchase VIP passes for both parks at a price of only 252 SGD (approximately 189,08 USD), which includes skip-the-line access, a guide, and free shuttle bus to Mandai.

The Tanglin Gin, Singapore’s first gin distillery, is also offering a promotion from September 8-17. Visitors can learn about the distillation process and enjoy a complimentary cocktail inspired by the race track when they book a tour for only 49 SGD (around 36,77 USD). The distillery is open from 5pm-10pm, Tuesday to Sunday, at 26B Dempsey Road.

Exploring the city in a Sidecar is also a fun experience for the whole family from September 13-19. The tour will take you to various event locations during the Grand Prix Season Singapore 2023. The price for a 60-minute ride around the city center is 230 SGD (around 172,58 USD) per person.

In addition, there are daily Countdown to Race Weekend activities at select restaurants, bars, and cafes such as 1-Altitude Coast at The Outpost Hotel, 10 Artillery Ave, or 1-Arden at 88 Market St. Each location will have a different theme and way of celebrating.

Guests can sip on cocktails while lounging by the pool at 1-Altitude Coast, while 1-Arden offers the perfect combination of F1-inspired drinks and a rooftop garden with a view of the thrilling race below.

Last but not least, the ultimate suggestion for enjoying GPSS 2023 is experiencing the most beautiful beach club at Siloso Beach – Tipsy Unicorn. Along with live performances from popular bands and DJs, there will also be exciting toy car races. The event will take place on September 8 and 9 at 36 Siloso Beach Walk.

To learn more about the Formula 1 – Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix (GPSS) and to plan your upcoming trip, readers can refer to the information here.