Inside STB's F1 Singapore Suite
View from the top

View from the top

Inside STB's F1 Singapore Suite
Inside STB's F1 Singapore Suite
Inside STB's F1 Singapore Suite
Inside STB's F1 Singapore Suite
Inside STB's F1 Singapore Suite
Inside STB's F1 Singapore Suite
Canapés from Mitzo

Canapés from Mitzo

Manhattan pop-up bar

Manhattan pop-up bar

Parade Lap cocktail to celebrate 10th anniversary of Singapore F1

Parade Lap cocktail to celebrate 10th anniversary of Singapore F1

STB chief Lionel Yeo welcomes guests in front of branded photo wall

STB chief Lionel Yeo welcomes guests in front of branded photo wall

Sky Terrace

Sky Terrace

Inside STB's F1 Singapore Suite
Inside STB's F1 Singapore Suite
Inside STB's F1 Singapore Suite
View from the top
Inside STB's F1 Singapore Suite
Inside STB's F1 Singapore Suite
Inside STB's F1 Singapore Suite
Inside STB's F1 Singapore Suite
Inside STB's F1 Singapore Suite
Inside STB's F1 Singapore Suite
Canapés from Mitzo
Manhattan pop-up bar
Parade Lap cocktail to celebrate 10th anniversary of Singapore F1
STB chief Lionel Yeo welcomes guests in front of branded photo wall
Sky Terrace
Inside STB's F1 Singapore Suite
Inside STB's F1 Singapore Suite

Corporate hospitality has become a major part of the sports world—big brands pay big dollars to sponsor premium suites where they can lure key clients with killer views and VIP access, while top-notch food and wine usually seals the deal.

There’s no denying that the good ol’ corporate hospitality suite remains one of the best places to network. And the recent Formula One Grand Prix in Singapore is no exception.

As part of this year’s trackside hospitality, the Singapore Tourism Board (STB) invited key stakeholders (and media) to its new-look Singapore Suite across the three-day event.

Following the launch of its new Passion Made Possible brand, the Singapore Suite highlighted local suppliers and iconic venues with custom-designed F&B—including hawker stalls offering satay skewers on the Sky Terrace, designer canapés from Cantonese fine-diner Mitzo, and F1-inspired cocktails from the award-winning Manhattan bar at the Regent Hotel.

A colourful photo wall and selfie booth also allowed guests to walk away with a holographic momento from the event.

Check out our photo gallery for some suite inspiration… 

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