Click here for my race review for the Puma Night Run Singapore 2014.
For the first time ever, you will be able to participate in a running race in Sentosa, whilst taking in the beautiful and majestic sights and sounds there – at night.
That’s because come 1 November, the celebrated Puma Night Run, will be finally making its long-awaited debut in Singapore, with the idyllic resort destination of Sentosa as the venue for this world-class running race.
A challenging running experience like no other
Sentosa’s first-ever night race will be offering a unique twist to the normal race routes at Sentosa.
It will take participants across different parts of Sentosa Island – including restricted areas that are normally not open to the public – and promises to challenge running enthusiasts.
It will definitely be a running experience like no other – and one that the race’s participants will almost certainly never forget.
Plenty of exciting and fun activities awaits you at the race village
At the finish of this 10km race, you can also look forward to a series of exciting and fun activities at the race village, ranging from surfing on the popular FlowRider to performances by local talents such as The Sam Willows and 53a.
The activities and performances are expected to keep runners entertained throughout the night after the race. So you will be able to relax and indulge yourself after your run.
In addition, there will also be more than SGD9,000 worth of attractive prizes to be won.
Runners who take part in the race can look forward to receiving a host of attractive entitlements, such as free entry into Sentosa, a race tee-shirt, a beautifully designed finisher’s medal and a goodie bag full of surprises.
The registration fees for this 10km race are as follows.
- SGD50 (Early Bird rates for the first 500 Male and 500 Female participants)
- SGD59 (Regular Rates)
If you are keen to take part in Sentosa’s first-ever night run, hurry up though. That’s because registration is only limited to the first 3,000 runners and closes on 14 September at 11.59pm.
To register and find out more about the Puma Night Run go to: go.puma.com/nightrunsg