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Facing the Singapore Recreation Club at the southwestern end of a long open field, The Padang, is Singapore's second oldest surviving social club. Founded in 1852, the Singapore Cricket Club carries a nostalgic colonial charm with its brown-tiled roof, whitewashed walls, and dark green blinds. It used to be the exclusive stronghold of the British elite and other Europeans, who would dine here and watch sporting events on The Padang. After World War II, the "all-white" policy was abolished and its membership was expanded to include Asians and Eurasians. There are dining and lounging facilities available too. Visit the website for more information.
The Marina Bay Street Circuit, also known as the Singapore GP Street Circuit, is an FIA Grade 1 street racing circuit that runs 3.1 miles (5.1 kilometers) along part of Marina Bay. The first night race in Formula One history took place on this track under the glorious flood lights. The track has top-quality security features and it matches any other prominent race track around the world.
Jalan Besar Stadium is considered the birthplace of soccer in Singapore. A stadium has stood in this spot since 1932, but the one that currently stands is a modern replacement that opened in 2003. Jalan Besar Stadium is the home of the Young Lions - Singapore’s under-23 men’s football team - and has a seating capacity of 8000. It is a FIFA-approved turf and the most popular venue for professional football matches. The stadium is part of the Jalan Besar Sports and Recreation Centre, which also has a swimming complex.
This magnificent structure by Kenzo Tange is a fine example of the blend of modern concepts with traditional and Asian architectural features. It is an indoor venue for sports, entertainment and community events. Since its opening in 1989, it has seen tennis tournaments, badminton matches, ice skating performances, circus acts, even pop concerts by Tina Turner and Elton John. The seating capacity ranges from 7,000 to 12,000 and includes 2,660 retractable and 1,200 portable seats. It has food and drink kiosks as well as function and meeting rooms which may be converted into theater, classroom or banquet facilities.
Opened in 2014, the 55,000 capacity National Stadium is a multi-purpose arena used to host a multitude of sports events, concerts, and family entertainment shows. Part of the multi-purpose Singapore Sports Hub complex, the stadium is the only one of its kind in the world designed to host rugby, cricket, and football matches.
Kallang Ground is the home stadium for Singapore's National Cricket Team. The stadium has borne witness to a number of one-day internationals and has played host to the 1999 Youth Asia Cup amongst many other prestigious tournaments.