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6 ways to savour sport and food in Singapore this September

September is a big, busy month in the Lion City as it gears up for the Mid-Autumn Festival, World Food Fair, and Formula One. Whether you have a need for speed, a desire to eat, or want to light up your life, we’ve got you covered. So, buckle up, and enjoy the ride.

Singapore Grand Prix

Formula One’s inaugural night race returns to the Marina Bay Circuit at the end of the month. Although the championship race itself takes place on 2 October, qualifiers for pole position are held from 30 September. It’s not just on-track events that thrill, so does the entertainment. This year sees headline acts Marshmello, Green Day, Black Eyed Peas, Suede, The Kid Laroi and more take the stage.

KF1 Karting Circuit

If you’d rather race than watch, then get behind the wheel of a zippy go kart at KF1. Singapore’s largest purpose-built fun kart circuit features 16 corners over 750 metres to test your steering skills. No driver’s licence? No problem, you can still zip along at up to 30 km/h, while qualified drivers can hit up to 50 km/h.

Eastern Coastal Loop

Exercise combined with good food is our kind of activity. While Singapore has plenty of cycling trails, the popular Eastern Coastal Loop is extra delish. The 17.5-kilometre route, which includes parkways and park connectors, can be done in stages or all at once and takes in hawker centres and food courts at Bedok Food Centre, East Coast Park, and Changi Village.

World Food Fair

It’s food galore as the World Food Fair returns to Singapore Expo centre. Now in its 19th year, the event brings together more than 200 local, regional and international exhibitors. Expect groceries, organic and healthy food, ready-to-cook items, innovative ingredients, sauces, snacks, and a heap of tasty cooked dishes and treats

1 Arden

Taste the land Down Under at Kaarla, atop the new CapitaSpring tower bang in the middle of the city. The 51st-floor “coastal Australian” restaurant is the flagship of drink and dine hotspot 1-Arden, which also features modern Japanese diner Oumi and the city’s highest garden farm. Expect stunning city and bay panoramas, great for a bird’s eye view of the F1 circuit.

Mid-Autumn Festival

The Mid-Autumn Festival isn’t a public holiday in Singapore, but it’ still one of the loveliest. Heart of the action is Chinatown, which will be festooned with beautiful lanterns and is great for a family stroll before or after dinner at the Chinatown Complex Food Centre. This year’s festival will be the biggest since the start of the pandemic, with a number of physical events returning.

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