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Welcome to virtual Singapore!

Twinity is thrilled to present its second international capital – virtual Singapore. Singapore is a cultural melting pot, where Asia meets Europe and the old colonial meets the modern metropolis.

Therefore the colonial district is a must see, but also Chinatown, the skyscrapers or the huge entertainment district. Singapore prides itself on being a unique mix of cultures, contrasts, and colors and is called The Lion City (derived from its old Malay name).

Read more about Twinity and virtual Singapore onWikipedia.

Singapore Explore

Explore the gateway to Asia

Singapore is a compact city with one of the world's most modern infrastructures. In Singapore, there's plenty to discover in terms of food, sightseeing and of course - shopping. Get up in the skyscrapers and check out the view of the city or take a walk along the Singapore River.

Check out the events in Singapore

Singapore flat

Find your own flat in Singapore

Prime retail and residential real estate is now available in Singapore. Virtual Singapore is also open for business and the commercial opportunities are endless. Set up shop in a premium neighborhood or open a gallery, bar or restaurant.

Find a home in Singapore

Singapore Shop

Go shopping in Singapore

The large Orchard Road is the retail and entertainment hub of Singapore. In 2009, the offical virtual Singapore’s National Day Parade celebrations were held here. Locals refer to it simply as "Orchard" and this is the main attraction.

Visit the shops in Singapore


Top places in Virtual Singapore

Singapore Map
Tangs Plaza

(1) Tangs Plaza

Tangs Plaza, located in Orchard Road, is the leading fashion lifestyle department store in Singapore and a famous land mark. This is a great place to shop and to check out the latest fashion. It features an urban and cosmopolitan concept to complement the sophisticated shopper.

Wheelock Building

(2) Wheelock Building

Wheelock Building is a 21-floor office tower and shopping mall on Singapore's Orchard Road. The building was completed in 1994 as Lane Crawford Place but closed down in the late 1990's due to the Asian financial crisis. The building was then renamed Wheelock Building.

Paragon

(3) Paragon

The shopping center Paragon is widely recognised for its luxe-shopping ambience. The 18-floor high shopping center was designed by a Malaysian architectural firm. It was redeveloped in the late 1990s, transforming it into a modern glass-covered building which has been described as “posh and sleek”

Heeren Building

(4) Heeren Building

The Heeren Building is a high-rise building containing lifestyle shops with unique product offerings targeting shoppers in their 20's and above. The mall is constantly abuzz with activity and shoppers looking to unusual merchandise and exciting promotions.

Ngee Ann City

(5) Ngee Ann City

Ngee Ann City is a shopping and commercial centre located on Orchard Road. The S$520 million building was officially opened in 1993 by then Prime Minister, Goh Chok Tong. Many Singaporeans refer to it as "Taka", a slang-abbreviation of the anchor tenant's name, Takashimaya. In fact, this name is now probably more commonly-used than the building's original name.


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