Amber Lounge Singapore

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This year’s opening night of Amber Lounge Singapore 2017 elevated ultra-high-end luxury entertainment to new heights, uniting on one unmissable occasion the worlds of motorsport, luxury fashion labels, charity, live entertainment, and electrifying nightlife, in one breathtaking party.

Located at Temasek Reflection, adjacent to the Marina Bay Street Circuit, Amber Lounge Singapore, famed as the preferred party destination for A-list celebrities and the F1 fraternity.
This year’s fashion extravaganza also featured a silent auction, in support of Make-A-Wish Singapore. The foundation, which has become the largest wish-granting organisation in the world, grants the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experience with hope, strength and joy.

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