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Elevate Your Singapore GP Experience With World-Class Cuisine And Free-Flow Champagne

By Gracie Stewart

If you’re looking to elevate your Formula 1 Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix 2024 experience with world-class cuisine, stellar entertainment, and outstanding views of the race action, look no further than a hospitality package.

As much as we would love to get our hands on a ticket to the Formula 1 Paddock Club, sadly our budgets don’t stretch quite that far, but the uber chic Twenty3 is definitely the next best thing. Set against the backdrop of the Marina Bay and located at the track’s final turn, you will have stellar views of the finish line, podium, and post-race fireworks.

Complete with aircon (if you’ve been to the Singapore GP before, you’ll know just how exciting this is), Twenty3 is a total treat for the senses. You’ll arrive in style via a dedicated ferry and step into a world of splendour, where you can enjoy tantalising cuisine from award-winning restaurants from around the world, bespoke tipples at specialty bars, and specially curated live entertainment at the Apex Lounge and Bay Terrace.

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You can take your pick from numerous vantage points—indoors and outdoors—to witness the world's finest drivers go wheel-to-wheel towards the finish line. At the end of the race, join in on the celebrations trackside and catch the fireworks display from the viewing gallery or the rooftop.

Tickets, which are priced from $1853 per person for the Friday night, include free-flow champagne, access to all performance stages at the Singapore GP, complimentary rides on the Singapore Flyer, and the opportunity to dine at pop-up versions of award-winning celebrity chef restaurants. These include:

COME by Paco Méndez

Renowned for his inventive approach to Latin North American cuisine, Chef Paco Méndez of Barcelona’s one Michelin-starred COME combines Mexican and Mediterranean influences to create a masterful fusion of traditional tapas and molecular gastronomy dishes.

Baan Tepa by Chudaree “Tam” Debhakam

The first female chef in Thailand to lead a two Michelin-starred establishment, the 2024 Michelin Guide Young Chef Award winner creates menus that are traditionally inspired and environmentally conscious, with dishes that present bold flavours and delicate spices, such as Black Squid Ink ‘Dong Dang’ Noodles and Cambodian River Prawn Tom Yum.

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Sylvestre by Sylvestre Wahid

French-Pakistani chef Sylvestre Wahid’s menu illustrates a journey between land and sea in a nod to the European Alps. His restaurant Sylvestre in Courchevel, France, was awarded its first star from the prestigious guide within three months of its opening in 2021. Dishes by Wahid include ‘Roscoff Tourteau’ and Roasted Beet Baked In A Truffled Brioche.

Takagi by Takagi Kazuo

Chef Takagi Kazuo of Japan’s two Michelin-starred Takagi is renowned as master of the refined Kyoto-style of Japanese cuisine known as “Kyo-ryori”, which elevates Japanese ingredients into exquisitely plated dishes imbued with cultural references and seasonal variations.

KOI Dessert Bar by Reynold Poernomo

Chef Reynold Poernomo shot to fame for his sweet creations on MasterChef Australia in 2015. The “Dessert King” co-founded Sydney’s highly popular KOI Dessert Bar after the hit television series, drawing inspiration from art and fashion, creating high-end desserts that are bold in aesthetics and flavour.

So, as we count down to Asia’s biggest motorsport and entertainment extravaganza this 20 to 22 September 2024, do yourself a favour and book a spot at Twenty3—you can thank us later.

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