The Best Trackside Hospitality at the 2020 Singapore Grand Prix

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One of the most anticipated races on the 2020 Formula 1 calendar, the Singapore Grand Prix offers night-time racing in the heart of a bustling SE Asian metropolis. Let’s take a look at the trackside hospitality offering at Marina Bay Street Circuit.

2020 Singapore Grand Prix: September 18-20. All hospitality packages at the 2020 Singapore Grand Prix include access to all four zones at the Marina Bay Street Circuit, as well as the A-list concerts.

Paddock Club

An established and trusted brand at all 21 races on the 2019 Formula 1 calendar, the Paddock Club offers an exceptional experience at the Marina Bay Street Circuit. Choose from multiple viewing locations, include a vast air-conditioned suite running the length of the pit straight, right above the team garages. Paddock Club guests are treated to gourmet cuisine and all day open bars serving premium drinks. Additional benefits include access to The Garden and Boardwalk areas, daily pit lane walks and entry to the Paddock Club grandstand access and Sky Deck. Fill in the form below if you are interested in the Paddock Club at the Singapore Grand Prix

Upper Deck

The highest section of the Formula 1 Paddock Club at Marina Bay Street Circuit offers an elevated VIP hospitality experience. Guests can access the air-conditioned Upper Deck suite with a world-class food and beverage offering. Other benefits include access to the The Garden and Boardwalk lifestyle areas and daily pit lane walks. Fill in the form below if you are interested in the Upper Deck at the Singapore Grand Prix


Situated on the Main Straight opposite the pits, Twenty3 is a popular hospitality suite at Marina Bay. Despite being priced at a more affordable level than the Paddock Club, Twenty3 still offers an exceptional trackside hospitality experience with access to multiple indoor and outdoor viewing areas, a choice of award-winning restaurants and specialty bars offering premium drinks. Twenty3 guests also get entry to the Apex Lounge with live DJ sets and the Bay Terrace. Flexible 1, 2- and 3-day ticket packages to Twenty3 are priced from $1600 SGD

Green Room

Located at the top of the Turn 1 grandstand, the Green Room offers an air-conditioned restaurant space where you can enjoy gourmet cuisine paired with free flow wines, beers and soft drinks, as well as access to an outdoor viewing terrace offering views of the main straight and opening corners. 3-day Green Room Ticket Packages are priced at $4440 SGD

Sky Suite

With multiple indoor and outdoor viewing zones along the Main Straight and Turns 1 and 2, the Sky Suite offers a great view of the action at Marina Bay Street Circuit. Take a seat in the air-conditioned Sky Suite, where you can order from the international menu and enjoy premium drinks, including champagne, fine wines, spirits and soft drinks. Personalized transport options are also available for Sky Suite guests. Flexible 1, 2- and 3-day Sky Suite Ticket Packages are priced from $2020 SGD

Lounge@Turn 3

The entry-level hospitality offering at the Singapore Grand Prix offers a seat in the comfortable Turn 3 Premier Grandstand with great trackside views of the action plus entry to an air-conditioned lounge with free flow beers, wines and soft drinks. Lounge@Turn 3 guests also receive daily meal and snack vouchers and access to dedicated executive washrooms. 3-day Lounge@Turn 3 Ticket Packages are priced at $3156 SGD

Turn 3 Premier Grandstand

One step up from a grandstand seat at Marina Bay Street Circuit, the Turn 3 Premier Grandstand offers an enhanced trackside experience. In addition to a reserved seat in the Turn 3 grandstand, guests also get access to reserved food and drink stalls with daily vouchers for food, snacks and beverages, include beer and wine. Turn 3 Premier Grandstand access is priced at $2088 SGD for 3 days

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