Promoted: Meet Martin Brundle in Singapore with Imagine Cruising

From iconic skylines to Grand Prix finishing lines, witness one of the biggest sporting events in the world with tickets to the Singapore Grand Prix and the opportunity to enjoy an exclusive event accompanied by F1 legend Martin Brundle; before enjoying a cruise around Southeast Asia - it's all possible with the ultimate F1 experience from Imagine Cruising

Promoted: Meet Martin Brundle in Singapore with Imagine Cruising

Experience the thrills of Singapore

Spend three nights in Singapore, one of the most diverse cities in the world. Your holiday begins with three night stay in Singapore to enjoy the Singapore Grand Prix. Hosts of the very first night-time event in Formula 1 history, the event is just as dramatic and atmospheric today as it was back in 2008.

Book your trip today with Imagine Cruising

You'll enjoy the full experience of the Singapore Grand Prix with three-day Bay Grandstand tickets for practice, qualifying and race day. Watch as the drivers speed around the streets of the Marina Bay area, the glittering skyline serving as a truly spectacular backdrop to an experience which you'll remember forever.

Meet Martin Brundle

What's more if you book a Suite or above you'll be upgraded to the five-star Mandarin Orchard Hotel and get the chance to meet Formula 1 legend Martin Brundle at an exclusive Imagine Cruising meet and greet event.

Here you can chat to Martin about the upcoming race in an intimate and relaxed atmosphere, while he gives his expert insider tips and answers any questions you might have about all things Formula 1.

Cruise Southeast Asia on board Voyager of the Seas

Following your stay you'll embark Voyager of the Seas, a ship that boasts an array of fantastic facilities paired with exceptional evening entertainment and activities.

You'll cruise first to Port Klang, port for Kuala Lumpur. Admire the shimmering Petronas Towers that dominate the city skyline, before indulging in two of the locals favourite pastimes, shopping and eating.

Tuck into the Asian fusion of flavours in one of the many street food stalls, hit one of the large malls or explore the Central Market in search of traditional souvenirs. Next you'll cruise to Phuket, the largest of Thailand's islands, famed for its beautiful beaches. Away from the beach you could head to the Big Buddha of Phuket in Chalong Bay that stands proud atop one of the highest points of the island.

Package summary

- 3 night stay at the Orchard Parade in Singapore

- 3 day Bay Grandstand ticket to the Singapore Grand Prix including:

- Friday 14th September (Practice)

- Saturday 15th September (Qualifying)

- Sunday 16th September (Race)

- 4 night full-board cruise on board Voyager of the Seas embarking in Singapore and visiting Kuala Lumpur and Phuket and disembarking back in Singapore

- All flights and transfers (Excludes transfers to and from the Singapore Grand Prix)

- Suite promotion - upgrade to the luxury Mandarin Orchard hotel and enjoy an exclusive event with Martin Brundle when you book a suite*

Prices from

Interior: £1,699pp

Ocean View: £1,899pp

Balcony: £2,299pp

Suite: £2,899pp

To book call 0800 840 5814 or visit the website for more information

T&C's

Prices shown are based on two people sharing a cabin. *The exclusive Martin Brundle event and hotel upgrade to the Mandarin Orchard are only valid when booking a suite.

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