Uniquely Singapore

From its beginnings as a humble trading post to the bustling metropolis it is today, Singapore has always been different. A bridge between the East and the West for centuries, Singapore is today a vibrant

melting pot of ideas, cultures and peoples. Local in its perspective but global in its outlook, Singapore is a city that has evolved uniquely, where age-old traditions and cutting-edge innovations are celebrated, a place brimming with unbridled energy and bursting with exciting events. Singapore – truly a city like no other. With its friendly and welcoming people, state-of-the-art infrastructure and something new happening every day, Singapore is so easy to appreciate.

Come and discover countless unique experiences, and take away memories that are uniquely Singapore

 

 

 

Singapore- A City in a Garden

There has been unprecedented priority given in recent years to sustainable cities and green building (a very positive trend), but too often the result are places that are not especially green in the literal sense. While not a perfect story, there are few dense cities in the world today that can claim a better record of greening the city than Singapore.  For many years known as a garden city, Singapore has now shifted significantly its aspiration—it now strives to be “a City in a Garden”. Read More…

 

 

 

 

Helix Bridge in Singapore

This 280-meter pedestrian linkway – the longest in Singapore – features a world’s first ‘double-helix’ structure, designed by an international design consortium, comprising of Australian architects Cox Group and engineers Arup, together with Singapore-based Architects 61. Inspired by the yin and yang concept in Asian culture, the architecturally unique bridge is said to bring wealth, happiness and prosperity to Marina Bay. Read More…

 

 

 

 

 

Fountain of Wealth

The Fountain of Wealth was constructed in 1995, together with the main Suntec City development. A symbol of wealth and life. The bronze ring of the fountain is designed based on the Hindu Mandala, meaning universe and is a symbolic representation of the oneness in spirit and unity and further symbolizes the equality and harmony of all races and religions in Singapore. Read More…

 

 

 

 

 

 

St. James Power Station

St James Power Station is an abandoned power station built in 1927 turned weekend hotspot for music, dancing and entertainment. Voted the Best Party Venue in 2009 and 2010 by AsiaOne’s People Choice. Read More…

 

 

 

 

 

Esplanade – Theaters on the Bay

Home to a plethora of venues that stage an eclectic array of events from photo exhibitions to full-scale operas, visual arts to modern local productions such as the awkwardly-titled ‘Constipated Again: A Monologue’, there’s a show to suit every audience at Theaters on the Bay.  It also offers a complete lifestyle experience – dining, shopping, and the performing arts. Esplanade also has the Esplanade Outdoor Theater, directly overlooking the Marina Bay. Read More

 

 

 

 

 

G-MAX Reverse Bungy

If you wonder what it’s like to be flung in reverse, this topsy-turvy bungee slingshots you up into space in a steel reinforced capsule at 200kmh. Well, you go only as high as 60m, but those 5 minutes of Gs are enough to give you a taste of what astronauts experience in a rocket launch. You can chicken out to the next activity if the video’s to rich for your nerves. Read More…

 

 

 

 

 

Sentosa 4D Magix

Prepare for the ride of your life! Feel the exhilaration of flying to the top of the highest mountain, the stomach-churning thrill of rushing into the deepest valleys, and the gripping excitement of being tossed about by whitewater rapids. Through the synchronisation of a full spectrum of visual effects, surround sound, individually-controlled motion seats and special “live” environmental effects such as water spray, all your senses will be fully engage. Experience this virtual thrill like never before! Read More…

 

 

 

 

 

 

Festivals in Singapore

The customs and festivals of the different ethnic groups in Singapore highlight the nation’s rich cultural heritage. They have gradually acquired a distinct identity as Singaporeans while still retaining their traditional practices, customs and festivals. Read More…