NOTE! #SIN rescheduled to 11-13 Sep. Details are being updated. Welcome to the world metropolis of the Far East.
Singapore is an interesting mix of influences: a multicultural city of majority Chinese (with significant Malay and Indian populations), a former British colony, situated on an island at the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula.
This combination, together with an open market economy, made what is probably the most prominent world metropolis of the Far East.
Explore this culturally diverse metropolis by running through the city and finding your way with a map. Welcome to #AsiaCityRace #SIN.
#AsiaCityRace #SIN is organised in cooperation with Orienteering Federation Singapore
10 April (Good Friday): Sprint, evening
11 April (Saturday): Urban long distance
Decathlon Singapore Labs (Mountbatten)
12 April (Easter Sunday): Sprint, morning
Tampines Sun Plaza
Venues may be changed without further notice.
Hotel Clover 5 Hongkong Street, within Downtown Core of Singapore!
Details of the room for the package: https://5hongkongstreet.hotelclover.com/room/deluxe-room/
Note that you'll be checking in on Day 1 (10 April) and checking out on Day 3 (12 April).
Prices are subject to room availability. If the room is no longer available, we'll inform you on the adjusted price. Rooms are refundable if cancelled on or before 6 April 2020 (Central European Time).
- M/W E (Elite): Any age, most challenging
- M/W 21 (Open): Any age
- M/W 12 (Junior): Born in or after 2008
- M/W 16 (Youth 1): Born in or after 2004
- M/W 20 (Youth 2): Born in or after 2000
- M/W 35 (Master 1): Born in or before 1985
- M/W 50 (Master 2): Born in or before 1970
Winners of elite categories are awarded a yellow jersey. They are entitled to wear it in the next stage.
Competition classes use SPORTident punching.
Checkpoints must be visited in sequence.
- M/W Fun Open
- M/W Fun Youth (teammates born in or after 2000)
Fun class teams are formed of two to three people, with at least one female.
Fun classes use SPORTident punching.
Prices per person:
3 races (save 40%!):
Prices per team of 2-3:
3 races (save 34%!):
Register in time!
Listed prices are valid until 10 February.
50% surcharge for late entries (after 6 April)
SPORTident card rental (competition class only): free
Event T-shirt: included (for entries of all three days) / €30 (each extra, €25 until 10 February!)
Hotel room: €245, 10-12 April, refundable on or before 6 April 2020
Register via ORIEN.ASIA now!
Multiple stage discounts
Register for more than one stage of #AsiaCityRace to get a discount!
Singapore Ranking Event 1
Singapore Ranking Event 1 will be held during the same period. See https://www.orienteeringsingapore.org.sg/singapore-event/
Packages will be available for hotel stays from Friday to Monday, i.e. 3 nights.
Now selling for €390 (competition class)/€359 (fun class) for two people, including races and hotel from 10-12 April.
A major aviation hub in Southeast Asia, Singapore Changi Airport frequently tops the list of the best airports in the world. It’s the base of Singapore Airlines.
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To reach Singapore
Singapore Changi Airport (SIN) is one of the best airports in the world, known for its many restaurants and entertainment opportunities. Jewel, the newest addition to Changi Airport, is famous for its design evoking a tropical paradise.
From Changi, take MRT to the city centre (change at Tanah Merah) in half an hour. Buses and taxis are also available.
Take any long distance KTM (Malaysian railways) train to Johor Bahru, then take the shuttle train to Woodlands.
Long distance buses are available from many cities in Peninsular Malaysia to Singapore.
Fast ferries are available from Batam, Indonesia to Singapore.
You can drive from Malaysia to Singapore via the Causeway at Woodlands, or the Tuas Second Link.
You must have insurance cover for Singapore. You will also be asked to buy an Autopass card to pay road tolls (Electronic Road Pricing, ERP) and other fees.
The Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) is the metro system of Singapore. You need to buy a smart card to use the MRT.
For places far from MRT stations, buses and light rail are available.
Driving is largely unnecessary, given the convenience of public transport.
Citizens of most European countries, all Southeast Asian and Oceania countries, all North and South American countries, and the majority of Africa countries do not need a visa to enter Singapore. The visa free period is 30 days (90 days for some countries). See details
Singapore uses the British three-pin plug (Type G), 230V, 50Hz.
Visitors from most countries need a power adaptor.
Singapore is a multicultural society exemplified by its Chinese, Malay and Indian population, each of which is hardly monotonous—the Chinese, for example, include the Peranakan who came for centuries, and more recent immigrants, with different mother tongues such as Cantonese and Hokkien.
English is the lingua franca and the most used of the four official languages (the other three are Mandarin, Malay, Tamil).
Singapore is known for its diverse culture. Visit Chinatown and Little India to learn more about the diverse ethnic backgrounds of Singaporeans and their culture.
As a tropical garden city, there are plenty of nature for you to experience. Go to the Singapore Zoo and the Night Safari. Go to the Singapore Botanic Gardens (UNESCO World Heritage Site).
Go to Sentosa, the main holiday resort of Singapore, for a day excursion.
Try street food at the hawker stalls. You won't forget the taste!
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