Singh, a two-time Asian Tour Order of Merit winner, will be among the star-studded 48-man cast at The Mines Resort and Golf Club.
Brandt Snedeker of the United States, the highest ranked player this week and highly talented Kiradech Aphibarnrat of Thailand will also feature in the event sanctioned by the Asian Tour and PGA Tour.
Singh, an Asian Tour honorary member, took a two-week break to recuperate from a back injury and is eyeing to bounce back into form in this week's CIMB Asia Pacific Classic, Malaysia, which is rewarding the champion with a cool US$1.3 million.
"I've been struggling with my back injury in the last five weeks. I was on painkillers in my last two events but decided to stop taking them. I did a lot of ultrasound during my break but it is still not 100% healed," said the six-time Asian Tour winner.
Singh, who was previously a member of the PGA Tour before giving up his card earlier this year to concentrate playing in Asia and Europe, said the Asian Tour players should take advantage of this opportunity to learn from some of the best players in the world.
"This is a great event and a bonus for the Asian players who have done well and they should take advantage of it. They get to rub shoulders with the PGA Tour players and learn from these guys," said the 39-year-old.
Snedeker, ranked 27th in the world, is beaming with confidence following a successful season highlighted by one victory at The Heritage in April followed by seven other top-10s.
"I'm a lot more confident in what I'm doing and have a lot more faith in my ability. I feel like I'm ready to take that next step from where I am now to an even bigger level," said the 30-year-old.
The American, who finished tied sixth in Japan last week, was delighted to continue his Asian sojourn in the CIMB Asia Pacific Classic, Malaysia.
"It's a great opportunity to play around the world. This is a great event, and I like seeing the world. These are some pretty neat places we come to. I like seeing new cultures and different stuff from what I'm used to seeing in my everyday life," said Snedeker.
Swedish stalwart Fredrik Jacobson is eager to make his return to Asia a highly successful one where he previously won the 2002 Hong Kong Open and finished in tied third in the same event in the subsequent year.
"I won my first professional tournament in Hong Kong and defended the title in the next year. The following year, we had our first child, and I kind of made my mind up not to travel as much and tried to balance things a bit more," said Jacobson, winner of this year's Travelers Championship.
Jacobson is one of the most consistent players this year, missing only four cuts in the entire PGA Tour season.
"I'm really happy with the consistency I exhibited this year. Obviously getting the win (Travelers Championship) was huge, something I was looking for a very long time," he added.
The burly Kiradech, playing in his second CIMB Asia Pacific Classic Malaysia, insists the experience of playing with some of the world's best players outweighs the lucrative prize purse.
"This event makes the Asian Tour players improve. It is not about the money. If you play with the top players, you will know how they play and you will learn. It will definitely help with our game and raise our standards," said Kiradech, who won his first Asian Tour title at the SAIL Open in India earlier this year.
Malaysia's Shaaban Hussin, playing in the event for the second consecutive year, will be among the elite cast this week and is eyeing a top-20 finish but knows he must get his putter to work.
"I've spent a lot of time practising on my putting because it will come down to putting. I've been playing quite well this year on the Asian Tour and a top-20 this week will be a reasonable result. My main goal is not to be last again!" said Shaaban, who earned a ticket to the event after winning the local qualifier.