Jenson Button embarks on a relaxing vacation with a twist, as part of a collaboration with the Singapore Tourism Board.
When former F1 world champion Jenson Button takes you on a tour of Singapore, relaxation gets redefined. This isn't your typical "kick back on the beach" kind of getaway.
Oh no, Button's version of unwinding involves soaring above Sentosa's sandy shores, racing like a bat out of hell on an indoor electric go-kart track, and even slicing through the waves on a military-grade boat. Intrigued? You should be.
Button's escapades are part of a thrilling collaboration with the Singapore Tourism Board (STB) that's set to rev up your travel fantasies.
This isn't your run-of-the-mill promotional campaign; it's a call to adventure, a siren song for travellers seeking something extraordinary in the heart of the Lion City.
The STB's "Made in Singapore" global campaign is all about showcasing how ordinary moments can transform into extraordinary experiences.
Picture those travel moments that etch themselves into your memory, the ones that give your passport a workout and your soul a good shake. That's what they're serving up here.
But what about Jenson Button, you ask? Well, this is a man who's made a career out of courting speed and courting danger.
So, instead of merely sipping a coconut by the beach, he's diving off a 45-metre-high giant swing at Skypark Sentosa. No slow descent into relaxation for this guy.
Then, there's HyperDrive. It's not a slow, scenic drive along the coast. It's Asia's first indoor electric go-kart circuit with a three-level racetrack.
It's like Mario Kart for adrenaline junkies. Button, the British motorsport star, strapped in and went pedal to the metal, burning rubber and creating memories.
And let's not forget the RHIB. No, it's not some spa treatment; it's a rigid-hulled buoyancy boat used for military and emergency operations.
With RHIB Rides Singapore, Jenson experienced the Marina Bay Street Circuit from an entirely new perspective. Now that's a wave of relaxation we can get behind.
This whirlwind of excitement unfolded during the Formula 1 Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix 2023, seven years after Button's last visit in 2016 when he was here for the race. This time, it wasn't about lap times and checkered flags; it was about immersing himself in the city's vibrant rhythm.
So, if you're contemplating a getaway to Singapore, think beyond the usual.