Archive for the 'Singapore' Category



01
Sep
09

It’s like no other F1 grand prix i’ve been to!

In response to the blog posts that have been up, there was a response from a fellow blogger who is an ardent traveller and was at the Singapore Grand Prix last year. So I asked him a couple of questions, and this is what he had to say:

1. How did you capture the essence of F1 Singapore?

As a photographer I’m always taking photos! The grand prix is a great challenge as they’re moving so fast! The Singapore grand prix is such a beautiful sight too with the lighting. I also was able to make a short movie of the race telling the full story of the race in 7 minutes. from our view and the TV broadcast. It should help jog a few people’s memories!

2. Why did you decide to go? Why did you choose Singapore?

After visiting Singapore for the first tim in 2005 my wife and I were instantly hooked on the city. It’s culture, tidy streets, friendly people. When we heard they would not only have a street race but a night race the chance to come back was too great! It’s a very safe and happy city.

3. Would you like to go to Singapore again to watch the race?

We would happy come back to Singapore ever year to watch the race. It’s like no other F1 grand prix i’ve been to. Mingling with the drivers pre-race in the Swiss hotel, walking along the flood-lit track after qualifying. It’s just a spectacular event in a very spectacular city.

4. Would you recommend Singapore to everyone? Or would it just be to watch F1 live?

I’d definitely recommend visiting Singapore any time of year. The weather is consistently hot, there’s so many great districts to visit, the food is amazing and the night life is fantastic. It’s got it all.

5. 1 heart-stopping moment. (If there are more, please tell us!)

Watching Lewis Hamilton overtaking David Coulthard right in front of us was pretty special. Seeing Fellipe Massa driving off with his fuel hose is definitely another. Dancing like crazy to DJ Carl Cox after qualifying was also amazing. We met so many great people and even made new friends.

So, you heard him. Singapore is THE place to be to watch any F1 race. With all its brilliance in 2008, we’ll have to wait and watch what’s in store this year. Or better still BE THERE to see what happens!

www.singaporegrandprix.in

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31
Aug
09

It was a fabulous experience!

When it comes to a travel agency putting together my package, I only want the best deals. The last few blogs have been about the best deals to watch the Formula One race in Singapore. I thought it best to put up a video testimonial of someone who was at the race last year.

The video talks about his experience with Travel Tours and the great job that they did and what a thrilling experience it is to be in Singapore for the f1 season!

So I delivered as promised. I guess it would be best that you watch this space for more action on F1 Singapore 2009.

www.singaporegrandprix.in

31
Aug
09

India on the F1 map

Fisichella

Fisichella

It all began with pole position on Saturday. Little did anyone expect Saturday’s results let alone Sunday’s! With Fisichella winning pole position on Saturday, it was still not obvious that he would deliver on Sunday. But what a race!

The first couple of minutes at Spa were just a preview to the action that was to follow. With Romain Grosjean coming in the way of Button’s race and with Hamilton and Jaime Alguersuari bearing the consequences of the crash, the race was all about the action right from the start.

Force India, for 2 years now had placed itself at the tail end of every standing. As if to say ‘enough is enough’ Fisichella put on a show that is bound to go down in history.

If you ask me, Fisichella had a real chance to stand on the podium. Raikonnen’s comfort with the Belgian circuit and KERS put him at an undeniable advantage. As for Fisichella’s win, Force India proved a lot of people wrong on Sunday and I have a feeling this is just the beginning!

For the Ferrari fans, it was just wonderful to see the red car up ahead for the first time this season.

2009 definitely has been a season of so many things unexpected. I can only imagine what the last couple of races have in store. As always I am still excited about what Singapore is going to unfold!

www.singaporegrandprix.in

Go Force India

Force India

29
Aug
09

The BEST deal by far!

In my previous blog on the deals available for the Singapore Formula 1 race, I put down a couple of package options. But guess what, the packages just got better.

With it almost being time for the race, I expected the rates of packages to sky rocket. Surprisingly Travel Tours has come out with 2 new packages that are way more reasonable. Yes, that’s what I said, Travel tours has brought down the prices!

So now with the revised package of Rs.46,660* you get your air tickets, your stay and your F1 tickets! I already thought Travel Tours had the best deals but now they’re even better! The other package they’re offering is Rs.48,000.

The other package that comes closest is the package Mercury is offering. They’re package is Rs.47,000 but it EXCLUDES your airfare! For a complete F1 package to Singapore, Rs.46,000* seems just right to me. Let me know what you think.

Also for the best deals available you should check this site out www.singaporegrandprix.in

28
Aug
09

Feel the pulse at Singapore GP

We delivered on our promise to give you more exciting videos! Enjoy!

And there’s still more to come!

www.singaporegrandprix.in

27
Aug
09

interesting… Best deals to F1 Singapore 2009

2009 has been a slow year in every way, except on the race track. And is also the year of the biggest Formula 1 event in Singapore. So for all you F1 fans who are planning on being where all the action happens. We have the answer to all your questions and troubles.

I definitely want  my experience in Singapore to be hassle-free so I have been doing my bit of research. There were 3 options for me to choose from, Kuoni, Mercury and Travel Tours.

Now I don’t know about you, but I’m looking for the best deals that include everything. A hassle free holiday, a good view of the race and an accommodation that doesn’t involve some dingy hotel! I mean I want my money’s worth and that’s not too much to ask.

To give you a rather brief summary of the packages offered, Kuoni is offering a package of Rs.47,000  (per person) that only includes your 3 night stay and a WALK ABOUT pass! So this means you dish out so much and then spend some more on your air travel!

As for Mercury Travels, you pay Rs.70,000 (per person) and get your stay for 3 nights, an Esplanade Grandstand ticket and economy class air travel. I thought not bad.

But then I came across Travel Tours. Now this is the clincher. For a package of Rs.52,000 (per person), I’m getting a 3 night stay at a 5 star hotel, I’m getting a Bay Grandstand ticket and air travel on a top end flight! It is pretty obvious don’t you think? Plus you stand to win some exciting prizes. Check out these packages.

I mean do the math. Travel Tours are offering the BEST deals for an F1 fan!! If there’s something you’ve heard of, go on and tell me about it!!

www.singaporegrandprix.in

27
Aug
09

he made it happen!

A Night Street race would’ve seemed impossible for everyone but Bernie Ecclestone. This video captures everything that would have possibly gone into the FIRST Night Street Race ever!

F1 Singapore is back for round 2 and promises to be even bigger this year! Make sure you are on a flight to Singapore with the best package deals.

www.singaporegrandprix.in




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