Before her debut performance on March 2, Taylor Swift flies in Singapore. A convoy arrives at Capella

Even though not many admirers showed up at the airport, Swift’s jet was the most tracked as of 5 p.m., according to Flightradar24, a different flight-tracking website, with over 6,000 users watching its flight route. 24-year-old undergraduate Tricia Chan, who was accompanied by her mother, 58-year-old housewife Sophia Chan, was among those who arrived to Seletar Airport in hopes of catching a sight of her. “It’s crazy that I’m at the airport,” Miss Chan remarked. Never before have I done this. It is quite exciting for me to go to the event on March 9. Swift’s shows are scheduled for March 2, 3, 4, 7, 8, and 9.


Swift and her group boarded black Toyota Alphards as soon as they touched down. There were rumors that she will be lodging at the official presenting partner of her tour, Marina Bay Sands. The caravan looked to be headed there, but instead of stopping at the hotel, it continued on toward Sentosa, arriving at the opulent Capella resort hotel at around 6:20 p.m. The singer’s first South-east Asian destination, Taylormania, has generated enthusiasm even before her first concert at the National Stadium on March 2. In honor of the concerts, MBS revealed on February 26 that it will organize special festivities. These events would include a light and water show from February 28 to March 7 and the conversion of sections of The Shoppes and Sands Expo & Convention Centre into Swift tributes.


Additionally, there will be a shop pop-up in Hall C of the Sands Expo & Convention Centre. It will be open from February 29 to March 9. As more than 300,000 fans travel to Singapore from throughout the region, demand for hotels has also increased. All of MBS’s high-end packages, which start at $10,000, have been sold out, including a $50,000 package that includes VIP tickets and passes to popular tourist destinations.


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