Rally together Aussies, it’s never been a better time to head to Singapore. The City in a Garden is serving up a round of non-stop action for the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) Finals, with some of the biggest names in women’s tennis hitting the courts to compete.
From 23rd October to 1st November 2015, watch stars Serena Williams, Simona Halep, Maria Sharapova and others lob and volley to see who comes out top in the BNP Paribas WTA Finals Singapore presented by SC Global.
Visitors to Singapore can of course also enjoy round-the-clock action both on and off the court. Whether it’s tasting authentic dishes at local hawker centres, discovering hidden delights down laneways, strolling through the Singapore Botanic Gardens (now a designated UNESCO Heritage Site) or hitting the rooftop or underground (or both!) bar scene – visitors are guaranteed to have a smashing time.
Sharon Lam, Area Director Oceania Singapore Tourism Board, said, “Aussies love tennis and what better way to kick start the tennis season than in Singapore at the WTA finals. Following another successful run of the 2015 FORMULA ONE SINGAPORE AIRLINES SINGAPORE GRAND PRIX this past weekend, we’re really excited to welcome the next great sporting event to our city to celebrate Singapore as a rising sporting hub of the region.”
Singapore’s year-round calendar of events and festivals continues to attract travellers, particularly with the Singapore Sports Hub venue hosting a range of world-class sports and entertainment events. Besides the annual WTA Finals next October, 2016 will also see the return of the World Rugby Sevens series to Singapore from 16-17 April after a 10-year absence.
To celebrate the WTA Finals, Keith Prowse Travel has created bespoke deals to give travellers a four-day action packed escape starting from $2,390 per person. Packages include return airfares, accommodation, breakfast daily, transfers and WTA Finals tickets.
For more information on Keith Prowse Travel packages, please visit www.kpt.com.au/events/wta-finals-singapore .
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