Singapore Horse Racing

Though the city-state only has one race course, Singapore’s Kranji Racecourse is known for every event being a quite a party. The racing club regularly holds both day and night racing events that attract both local and international crowds to the state of the art facility. After 170 years of racing the Singapore Turf Club know how to host a race day.

Comedy Cabaret

Comedy Cabaret

More InfoExpect laughter, music, magic, comedy and more. There is no other show like it in town.
Your ticket gets you entry for the full show at guaranteed early bird price.

 

Singapore Turf Club: Horse Racing with VIP Lounge Access

Singapore Turf Club: Horse Racing with VIP Lounge Access

More InfoHead to where the action is and watch the thrilling horse races at Singapore Turf Club. On Friday nights, see a race under the stars, or enjoy the club on a weekend afternoon. You’ll have access to the Victory Lounge with excellent views, individual seating, self-betting kiosks and full-service bar. With round-trip hotel transport included, you can join in the fun, glamour and excitement of winning!

 

Meal Selfie Coffee with Waffles

Meal Selfie Coffee with Waffles

More InfoSelfie Coffee Singapore offers some of the best beverages and desserts serving a tantalising collection of dishes that are suitable for family, catching up with friends and colleagues.

 

Singapore Asia 101 Food Trail:A Mix of Chinese,Malay,Indian & Peranakan Delights

Singapore Asia 101 Food Trail:A Mix of Chinese,Malay,Indian & Peranakan Delights

More InfoTravelling to Singapore is never complete without joining a food and cultural tour! Known for a food paradise, Singapore offers a wide range of gourmet from many cuisines and culture. On this 3 hours guided tour, you'll sample local delicacies from various ethnic groups (i.e. Chinese, Malay, Indian & Peranakan) that form the multi-cultural community of Singapore. You'll also get a chance to explore one of Singapore's main ethnic quarter – Kampong Glam (Malay Village) as well as the authentic local neighbourhoods of Lavender & Bugis and immerse in local culture, arts, heritage and much more.

 

Violet Oon Satay Bar & Grill at Clarke Quay

Violet Oon Satay Bar & Grill at Clarke Quay

More InfoRelish the chargrilled scents and flavours of Singapore’s satays, meats, and seafood accompanied with fiery signature sauces at our laidback bar & grill. Charmingly classic and familiarly warm, savour specialty local tipples and Nyonya favourites as you watch our team of chefs at work over flames in our glassed-in open grill room.

 

National Kitchen by Violet Oon

National Kitchen by Violet Oon

More InfoCelebrate Singapore’s fine flavours at the National Kitchen by Violet Oon Singapore in the iconic historical City Hall building now home to the National Gallery. Treat yourself to a luxurious meal in our grand hall or breezy bite on our scenic veranda. We promise a dining experience to remember.
Housed in the iconic former City Hall building and restored to its original grandeur, the National Kitchen by Violet Oon Singapore offers the perfect backdrop for an unforgettable event. Be it a private soiree, corporate event or gala cocktail party, the National Kitchen is the sophisticated venue of choice for your next occasion. We are also humbled to have been featured as one of Sinapore's most popular birthday party venues.

 

Wings of Time Admission Ticket

Wings of Time Admission Ticket

More InfoEnd your day at Sentosa with the  Award Winning Outdoor Night Show in the world set against the majestic open sea. Be mesmerized by a multi-sensory presentation of water display, laser show, fire effects and spectacular music as you soar through space and time in a magical adventure.

 

The Grande Whisky Collection Admission Ticket

The Grande Whisky Collection Admission Ticket

More InfoSpanning over a massive area of 3,600 square feet, The Grande Whisky Collection is a sophisticated gallery of over 4,500 bottles of rare and unique whiskies from around the world. These exquisite varieties come from the oldest and most established distilleries in history, including some of which had been closed down.
The first part of the tour begins in a highly-secured vault (photography and videography is not allowed in there), and introduces its audience to insights, secrets and history of Scotland's whiskies.The final part of the tour is perhaps the most anticipated - a session of whisky tasting in the Grande Hall. Afterwards, visitors are also invited to browse the museum's exclusive gift shop, where one can purchase whisky glasses and bottles.
Tailored to be educational in nature, the tour promises an enjoyable, eye-opening experience that brings together whisky non-experts and aficionados alike to celebrate the one of the world's most well-loved beverages.

 

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