The McLaren driver, who was the reigning world champion then, beat Timo Glock and Fernando Alonso at the Marina Bay Street Circuit in 2009.
Looking ahead to the highly-anticipated night race in Singapore, Hamilton revealed the circuit is one of his favourite due to the challenges it pose to the drivers.
"I love street circuits and I really enjoy this place - it's almost two tracks in one: there are quite a few fast corners, which require good set-up and a bit of commitment, but there are also lots of tighter 90-degree bends, which are slower and more technical," he was quoted as saying in the official F1 website.
Hamilton, who has had his fair share of critics this season for his dangerous style of driving, believes he can afford to be more patient in Singapore - but that doesn't mean he will compromise on his desire to win.
"You've got to keep it precise through these and just be patient, waiting for the tyres to bite before getting on the throttle.
"If you're impatient, then you end up losing time because you over-stress the tyres and you over-drive the car.
"Still, I'll really be pushing for a good result next weekend. I think we had a car capable of winning in both Belgium and Italy, so I really want to make sure we arrive in Singapore with a good set-up, and that we're able to run with it through practice and qualifying.
"If it all goes to plan, we should be in good shape on Sunday. Even though the title is now almost out of reach I'll be pushing hard for the best possible result. I will never give up and I'll be driving to win as always."