Grand Prize Winner
KANG YEN THIING
Wildlife in an Urban JungleBay East Garden
The Bishan Otter family at Gardens Bay East call Singapore, a highly urbanised city, their home. They have provided Singaporeans and tourists many wonderful opportunities to appreciate wildlife within the city.
Old and New Chinatown
The magnificent view from a corridor of one of our many government-subsidised housing flats, overlooking our skyscrapers and traditional shophouses. We are a harmonious mix of old and new, traditional and modern; and all these elements are uniquely Singapore.
PARTHA PRATIM ROY
Splashing in the TropicsGardens By The Bay
Splash away the summer heat. Singapore is a growing, young, modern country that offers fun and magic moments for each individual - even when you can barely blink without breaking a sweat under the blistering sun. The kids (and adults too) can enjoy the city’s fantastic water parks to cool down and have fun.
TEH HAN LIN
Reflection of the TimesBoat Quay
Reflection. Sunrise at Boat Quay, a historical quay in Singapore. This was the busiest part of the old Port of Singapore, which handled three quarters of all shipping business during the 1860s. Singapore has made efforts to preserve and promote our heritage, such as the historic buildings, sites and structures that contribute to our sense of history.
POPULAR PRIZE WINNER OR PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARD
Cutting EdgeGardens By The Bay
Beautiful paths can’t be discovered without getting lost. It makes sense that Singapore makes the list of the most futuristic cities in the world. Its cutting-edge architecture and design by some of the world’s most brilliant architects is showcased by our ever-changing skyline, as we have seen over the past decade. One can only imagine how much further it will advance over the decades to come.