F1 Singapore Grand Prix 2023: Complete Guide and Recommendations


Noor Aishah Karim •  Sep 11, 2023

Thinking of heading to the grand prix but confused about where to get started? We got you! Here's the ultimate guide to the upcoming F1 Singapore Grand Prix 2023 from 15-17 Sept 2023 and all of your questions and queries tackled. This year's F1 map where race will be held around the Marina Bay area, and it even stretches to City Hall.

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Looking to head there but aren't sure what to eat or how to head there? We got you but first, the basics!

1. What is the F1 Singapore Grand Prix

It's a series of motoring events hosted in various countries that collectively form part of a world racing championship. Fans of the Formula 1 race can witness their favourite drivers and teams live in action! The Grand Prix Season is a great time to visit Singapore since there will be lots of fun-filled activities, such as outdoor performances, music performances and special race-themed promotions that will take place across the city.

Typically, the annual Grand Prix will be hosted by countries from Europe to Asia. This year, the race will be hosted in Singapore at the Marina Bay Street Circuit. Fortunately, the location is easily accessible and is a 10-minute walk from Promenade MRT!

2. Where to buy F1 Singapore tickets

As far as large-scale events go, you’ll need a ticket upon entry. If you aren’t familiar with how ticketing works at the Grand Prix, essentially, there are multiple ticket categories to choose from. Each category has another set of options that range from a single-day entree to a 3-day pass which you can purchase depending on how many days you’d like to stay and the acts that you’d like to see. Price range from $298 to $1998, however most of the tickets are sold out! The ones that are available are single day tickets !

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You can buy tickets from the website itself or contact authorised resellers that may be operating within your country - check the list of resellers to purchase tickets that offer ticketing and travel packages. Do ensure that you purchase tickets from the authorised list because if resale tickets by unauthorised third parties have been identified, the ticket will be automatically confiscated or cancelled without any liability or compensation.

3. Who are the entertaining acts this year at Singapore grand prix?

Here is the lineup this year!

Friday 15 Sept


  • Jackson Wang
  • Niki
  • Rich Brian
  • XG
  • BIBI
  • Warren Hue
  • Atarashii Gakko!

Saturday 16 Sept

  • Post Malone
  • Kings of Leon
  • Culture Club
  • The Kooks

Sunday 17 Sept

  • Robbie Williams
  • Kings of Leon
  • Madness
  • Groove Armada

4. Where is the nearest halal food?

Usually, the circuit would have halal food around it, but it would be announced at a later date therefore, here are some places to head to before and after the races that are not around the circuit, but here are some of walking distance!

P.S. You can refer to our guide here for your halal city food guide in dept!

Here are some you can consider:

1. Mcdonald's near The Fullerton

Looking for a cheap meal that will guarantee to make your tummy full? Ask any Singaporean, and they'd tell you about their love affair with McDonald's. While McDonald's is the staple of fast food worldwide, McDonald's Singapore has earned a reputation for its delicious curry sauce, which can be eaten with almost anything. Not to mention that its garlic chilli sauce is not just any ordinary chilli sauce and is a perfect condiment for their fries!

Halal Status: Halal-certified

Address: 1 South Canal Road

2. Fumen Udon

For the uninitiated, Fu-men specialises in Hakata udon, originating from the Hakata district in Fukuoka. The restaurant's founder is Chef Teppei Yamashita, who was born in Fukuoka, too, so you can expect each bowl of udon to be as authentic as it gets!?

Halal Status: Halal-certified

Address: 16 Raffles Quay #B1-17/18 Hong Leong Building Singapore 048581

3. Golden Mile Hawker Centre

Here's a list of halal food stores you can find at Golden Mile Hawker Centre

Halal food near the circuit

1. Saporita

If you love coming across hidden gems, here's one that'll get you excited. Surely, you've heard of the famous Italian hawker stall called 'Saporita'! Saporita serves authentic Italian specialities like Truffle Cheesewheel Pasta, Margherita Pizza, Steak & Lasagne but in a hawker-style and at a more affordable price Italian Hawker price. Go for their top recommendations: the Truffle Cheesewheel Pasta at $14 and Steak Tagliata at $16.


Halal status: Halal-certified
Zone location: Zone 4 Makansutra Gluttons Bay

2. Syifa' Satay

Everyone knows that satay is a celebratory food! If you're in the mood for something charchoal and succulent, Syifa' Satay is here to wow you and your tastebuds.

Syifa' Satay

Halal status: Muslim-owned
Zone location: Zone 4 Makansutra Gluttons Bay

3. Copper Chimney

Craving for something more hearty? Copper Chimney offers North Indian delights!

Copper Chimney

Halal status: Halal-certified
Zone location: Zone 4 Makansutra Gluttons Bay

Where is the nearest accommodation to the F1 circuit?

You won’t want to waste time travelling when you could be sightseeing instead!? The Grand Prix will be happening at the Marina Bay Street Circuit. It’s at the city's harbourside and is further away from iconic shopping experiences and hidden gems. You may also want to return to freshen up and find a peaceful and comfortable place to pray! Besides the five onsite hospitality facilities available for booking, you could explore hotels and accommodations closer to the venue, where you can get a good view of the track.

We’re all excited to be witnessing the comeback of this long-awaited event!? Will you be going to the Grand Prix this year?