There’s no better place in Asia to indulge in premium sports than Singapore.
Our extensive, world-class facilities have attracted the best of international events.
From the Li-Ning Singapore Open Super Series 2013 to gymnastic games Singapore Open 2012; prestigious international horse races to legs on the PGA golf tour; and the Volvo Ocean Race to the International Rugby 7s; there’s always something in store for the sports fan. Singapore is also the proud host of the world’s first and only Formula 1 night circuit - the Singtel Grand Prix -- which boasts a glittery and festive atmosphere. The glamour is enhanced by the string of top international entertainment acts at the inaugural F1 ROCKS concert held concurrently, for a totally electrifying experience.
The upcoming Sports Hub, a world-class complex offering state-of-the-art facilities, further sweetens the prospects of a spectacular sports calendar. With extensive TV rights, you can also support your favourite sport from the comfort of your own home.
Be Part of the Action
While it’s tempting to sit back and indulge in the glamour of spectator sports, Singapore also offers the opportunity to try out a whole range of activities, from diving to flying to dancesport. Network during a round of golf, or fire a round at a shooting range. The beaches and parks around the island also provide scenic opportunities for jogging and biking.
Sports and Country Clubs
Relax in one of several private million-dollar country clubs around the island. These usually feature contemporary facilities like sophisticated gyms, spas and swimming pools where you can keep fit and socialise at the same time, with a number offering pristine, impressively-designed golf courses. Many are oriented around niche sports, like the Sentosa Golf Club, home of Asia’s richest cup, the Barclays Singapore Open; the Singapore Cricket Club, which plays on the historical Padang; the Singapore Polo Club, which hosts the Audemars Piguet International; and Marina at Keppel Bay, winner of the ‘Best New Asian Marina / Yacht Club’ at the Christofle Asia Boating Awards 2008. Many informal groups gather, such as the local branch of the Hash House Harriers, and Singapore Ultimate, and offer newcomers a ready welcome.
Whichever way you prefer to enjoy your sport, you’ll love the Singapore sports scene.