The seventeenth Singapore Airlines Singapore Formula One Grand Prix, held from September 16 – 18, was a resounding success. With the fans gathering for the weekend, they were treated to a fiesta of racing, live music, fashion and star-studded parties. For the fourth time, the race was won by Mercedes driver Nico Rosberg.
Up in Lights
The annual Singapore Night Festivals are a unique celebration, with two weekends of music, drama and stunning light shows. Here, crowds gathered to watch projections on the National Museum during the 50th anniversary celebrations.
The much admired game of polo is held at the Singapore Polo Club. Apart from the polo matches between local and visiting teams, festivities often include Taittinger champagne receptions, buffet lunches, cocktails, fashion shows and all the trappings of high society.
Global phenomenon, Cirque du Soleil often perform in Singapore with their awe-inspiring shows. Totem, featuring their signature daredevil acrobatics, amazing feats of strength, agility and skill, and quirky comedy acts, was one very popular show which succeeded in wowing audiences of all ages.
Art of the Lion
2015 saw the much anticipated opening of National Gallery Singapore, the largest collection of modern Asian art in the region. Housed in two national monuments, the former Supreme Court and City Hall, National Gallery Singapore also offers visitors an exciting selection of restaurants and bars. The extensive opening celebrations featured free entry for two weeks and a host of special events including light shows, dance and film screenings. The most important opening in Singapore’s art scene for many years, National Gallery Singapore has already to become a national treasure.
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