Food and shopping events make for irresistible reasons for hordes of global foodies and shopaholics to look for flights to Singapore. The vibrant Beerfest Asia held during mid-June draws beer lovers from all over the world to this beautiful city state. Read on to find out more.

Scintillating Singapore has always been a hot favourite of epicureans contemplating holidays and booking flights to the Far East. A vacation in the Lion City in the month of June has Singapore’s Beerfest Asia as a great prerogative for both hedonists as well as gourmets. The sixth edition of the largest beer tasting event of Singapore is taking place from 12th June to 15th June, 2014 at Marina Promenade. The venue is located at Singapore Grand Prix F1 tracks; it overlooks the spectacular Gardens by the Bay and is close to Singapore Flyer.

Special Features of 2014 Event
The Beer festival has made Singapore flights tickets quite popular with beer lovers as well as beer traders from far and wide. The occasion features something for everyone, particularly the tourists. Those looking forward to get a taste of hundreds of craft beers and ciders will not be disappointed; there are some 500 different varieties available in the fest with many of them being introduced in Singapore for the first time! What’s more? The event has Beer Kaki for the on-site curated beer tours for keen visitors. While there is an ocean of beer brands for the uninitiated to immerse in, discerning beer enthusiasts may tantalise their taste buds with such brands as the Baladin from Italy, the Isaac, the Wayan and the Nora that are brewed with various herbs and spices as part of their ingredients. And if you are more of a whiskey person, the event is also showcasing, for the second time, a smorgasbord of whiskey brands and it is claimed to have a bigger selection this time! Jack Daniels’ fans will be able to sample their new whiskies that are to debut in Singapore.

Beyond Beer and Whiskies
Visitors can give flights to their fancies with various activities including family fun, live music, rock concerts, fine dining options, stand-up comedy shows and a lot more exciting choices at the venue. The carnival will feature delightful performances by the very famous rock band The Australian Beatles. Moreover, celebrated performers like Killer Queen, Nevermind Nirvana, Chick Flick, Australian Blue Brothers, JS Funk, Raw Earth, FungkiMunkees, nOasis etc. will be there for locals and tourists to make the most of their time here. In fact, the versatilie event promises to satiate not just your craving for beer, but also your appetite for countless other activities. Taking a flight aboard the Singapore Flyer for panoramic views of the city or exploring the nearby attractions is what many flocking to the event would love to do.

Tickets for the 2014 beer festival have been on sale for many months and can be booked at If you have disembarked your flights in the city state and haven’t got the Beerfest tickets, you can do so online. Keen visitors can opt to buy advance one-day passes or four-day passes as well. What is interesting is that every ticket comes with one complimentary welcome beer that can be redeemed at the venue. Besides, you can enjoy one additional Magners Irish Cider along with Comedy Night tickets. Children and teenagers have an age restriction on all but last day of the fest with only those over 17 years allowed entry. Children below 12 years old do not require admission tickets to the carnival only for 15th June, 2014. Tickets are available on first come first serve basis and only until stocks last.

How to Reach Here
Singapore is a tiny city state and is well connected throughout its length and breadth. International connectivity of Singapore could not be better with flights from across the world landing at Changi Airport. Those disembarking flights at the airport can choose from myriad of transport options to connect to Marina Promenade, the venue of the Beerfest.  Circle Line’s Promenade Station is the nearest to the venue and guests will need to exit via A. Taxis are the best way to arrive at the venue without any hassles of finding a parking space around. Festival ground is only a 3 minutes’ walk from the Singapore Flyer’s taxi stand. Moreover, it’s a beer festival and mixing drinks and drive is not recommended.

More Information
Travellers boarding flights to join the fest for can check out the website for more info. The website offers deeper insight into the activities, beer and whisky brands, festival schedule, ticket prices as well as the Do’s and Dont’s for the guests.

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