singapore (PRWEB) March 15, 2013
Come September, Singapore is revving up with anticipation for the 2013 Singapore Formula One (F1) Grand Prix. The only night race in the F1 World Championship, the adrenaline-fueled Singapore F1 is one of the nation’s most exciting and anticipated events which is scheduled to take place from 20 to 22 September 2013.
F1 enthusiasts from around the world converge on the city to take part in the thrill of the races and experience Singapore’s world-class dining and vibrant after-race nightlife scene.
However, finding accommodation in Singapore over the F1 race weekend can be a challenging prospect. Majority of the hotels are charging up to two times more as they cash in on demand. Another reason for higher room rates is that the hotels have to pay an F1 tax.
Against such backdrop, BudgetHotels.sg has revealed a list of budget hotels near F1 circuit in Singapore for racing fans. The hotel options range from one-star to three-star, and the room rates are priced between US$50 to US$150 per night.
Danny Lee, founder of BudgetHotels.sg, commented: “The budget hotels are near the F1 track and located on the city fringe. They are also within easy reach of MRT train stations, shops and eateries. Racing fans are encouraged to book their hotel stay early to avoid disappointment.”
As part of the F1 celebrations, select shops, bars and restaurants will offer extra deals and discounts. Sideshows include music performances by renowned international artists, race-themed parties and art installations, all staged around the stunning Marina Bay area.
Outside of the F1 event, Singapore also offers plenty of cultural and leisure pursuits. A visit to the Orchard Road is a must for shopaholics and art lovers will appreciate the Singapore Art Museum. For fun and family-friendly activities, travelers can head to Sentosa for beach time or visit the Night Safari, the world’s first wildlife night park, to embark on a fascinating journey to see nocturnal creatures.
With a stellar line-up of exciting events and offerings, F1 and non F1 fans alike will have a myriad of reasons to visit Singapore during the Grand Prix season.
To find out more about the list of budget hotels near F1 circuit, please visit http://www.budgethotels.sg/budget-hotels-near-f1-circuit-in-singapore/
BudgetHotels.sg is a travel guide website that is first-of-its-kind in Singapore and Asia. Created to specialize in only Singapore budget hotels and with reference to train stations proximity. Beside budget hotel reviews, you will also find travel tips on places of interests, hidden shopping gems, local food haunts, all tailored for budget business and leisure travelers.