On our island, it is not unusual to see a pre-war building with intricate, handcrafted architecture being surrounded by gleaming skyscrapers - showing a different side to the iconic tourist attractions.

A quiet stroll along the city's business hubs such as Tanjong Pagar and Raffles Quay will open your eyes to the slices of history interwoven within the landscape; where multi-coloured shophouses bear testament to our flavourful past.

You can also discover subtle Fengshui influences in some of Singapore's ultra-modern developments such as the Marina Bay Sands, the inward-flowing Fountain of Wealth at Suntec City and even the 28 capsules of the Singapore Flyer.

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Our trendy neighbourhoods are as vintage as they get. We love our tropical greenery.