Singapore – Lion City without any lions Also known as the Garden City, Singapore has emerged as one of the world’s most prosperous countries and an achievement in urban planning. The constant remodelling of the leading business hub has created some fascinating modern architectural marvels, which are a testament to the shiny city’s multicultural and diverse history. Fun fact: It’s called Singapore as a prince from Palembang saw a creature he thought was a lion and named the island ‘Singapura’ which means ‘Lion City’ in Sanskrit. However, there have never been lions outside of captivity in Singapore. Our Singapore city silhouette includes: - Helix Bridge - Marina Bay Sands - ArtScience Museum - Guoco Tower - Centennial Tower - Ocean Financial Centre - Asia Square Towers 1 & 2 - United Overseas Bank - Overseas Union Bank Centre - OUB Centre - Pickering Operations Complex - Ocean Financial Centre - Reflexions at Kepple Bay - The Sail - OCBC Centre - CPF Building - Capital Tower - Cooled Conservatories at Gardens by the Bay - Singapore Flyer. Designed in London, exclusively by Siluet - City Silhouettes.