Singapore, from top-down

It’s no doubt that Singapore is a beautiful city, but have you ever wondered how she looks like from above? Local photographer Chia Joel, better known as idroneman, must have had the same thought, and spends his free time taking amazing aerial shots of Singapore.

Here’s Singapore, from an angle you’ve never seen before:

1. Vivo City

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➰➰➰ Curvy Curves VivoCity is designed by internationally acclaimed Japanese architect Toyo Ito, the man behind the renowned Sendai Mediatheque in Japan, known for his signature-style, which focuses on the utilisation of nature, climate and open spaces. VivoCity is his first major project in Asia outside of Japan, and is set apart from the traditional box format of many existing (and upcoming) retail developments in the region. The design for VivoCity was inspired by the HarbourFront location of the development, which evokes images of waves in the sea. Each space leads intuitively into the next, creating an enjoyable shopping experience. Who loves this mall? Raise your 🙌🏼🙌🏼🙌🏼!!!

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2. Sentosa

3. Pan Pacific Singapore

4. Suntec City

5. Bedok South

6. Temasek Junior College

7. ITE College Central

8. Nanyang Polytechnic


One thing’s for sure – the symmetry never fails to intrigue us. Stalk more of idroneman’s work here!


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