It’s Singapore’s Golden Jubilee celebrations. A final lead-up to the celebrations of our city-state’s 50th Birthday – weekly fireworks and rehearsals, one could participate even if you have no tickets. Which other country will celebrate in such a grand way?
Major landmarks join in the spectacle, including the historic Fullerton Hotel, the former General Post office.
A stunning and touching, light display across the Fullerton Hotel’s facade, across the very areas the ‘Apple tree’ once stood on Fullerton square, where lunctime speeches were made to rally coolies and migrants from all walks of life to convince them they all must fight for their voting rights and are not simply passing migrants looking for work in the nanyang.Staring at the light display across the Fullerton Hotel Painting the town red with fireworks.Part of the mobile column passing by the Capitol building. Various units of the nation’s defence system come togther to showcase its capabilities – from the land, air, and sea.The Navy’s protector USV – surreal to see these massive vehicles pass through townIn front of our iconic Merlion. Sang Nila Utama would have approved.