The Singapore Marathon is a staple on the Singapore running calendar and is usually held on the first Sunday of December each year.
Each year, the race takes runners past some of Singapore’s most iconic landmarks including Gardens by the Bay, Orchard Road and the Esplanade and is a great way to challenge yourself with friends and family!
Singapore Marathon, 2023 Dates, Race Times & Registration Fees
Challenge yourself with the Full Marathon and finish strong as runners race through the city with one goal in mind. Participants must complete the entire course within 7 hours and 30 minutes from their start time to attain a medal.
The Marathon route will start at the F1 Pit Building, leading runners to the iconic Singapore SportsHub before returning to the heart of the Civic District and Central Business District of Singapore. The runners will head into the cool, shady East Coast Park (ECP) at the 21km mark. The route through ECP also allows supporters to cheer runners on. Runners will then breeze through the scenic Gardens by the Bay and its Supertree Grove, before passing the finish line at The Float @ Marina Bay.
Half marathon runners will enjoy views of the iconic Gardens by the Bay, the Singapore Sports Hub, and the Padang, which has recently been gazetted as Singapore’s 75th national monument. Runners will pass famous landmarks within the Central Business District, including Singapore Flyer, Merlion, Esplanade and more. The morning race time also gives runners a fresh perspective of the diverse and historic Lion City. It provides glimpses of Singapore’s picturesque and expansive architecture as they strive for the finish line.
10km runner will be flagged off at the F1 Pit Building. Upon passing Nicoll Highway, 10km runners will proceed to the National Stadium. Runners will pass the Singapore Flyer as they head to the finish line.
5km runners will be flagged off at the F1 Pit Building. Upon passing Nicoll Highway, 5km runners will make a U-turn and continue straight. Runners will pass the Singapore Flyer as they head to the finish line.
Racegoers should note that no train service will be available during the early morning. Bus services will be available and can be pre-booked.
So get involved and register early for the Singapore Marathon!