PARTNER CONTENT FOR THE MINISTRY OF COMMUNICATIONS AND INFORMATION

City of the future:

Singapore

Introduction

What makes Singapore one of the most progressive, innovative and dynamic countries on the planet?

The answer is all of us.

Find out how Singapore is preparing for the future and discover the ideas and the passionate people that are shaping Singapore’s future in the special edition of the National Geographic Magazine and documentary.

Magazine

How is Singapore reinventing itself and charting a new course forward in the digital age?

In an exclusive interview with National Geographic, Singapore’s Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong shares his thoughts on the island nations’s future.

From Smart Nation projects to Singapore-grown strawberries, discover a thoughtful collection of stories in the special Singapore Edition National Geographic magazine, celebrating passionate people who are shaping our future city and home.

Read the full magazine

Download selected articles from the Special Singapore Edition National Geographic Magazine below:

Beyond a dome-stic flight of fancy

The world’s tallest indoor waterfall, hiking trails and play attractions set in wilderness, all under one iconic dome

DIGITAL FARMING

Singapore is leading the world in hydroponic farming and showing the way to a sustainable future

COME TO YOUR SENSES IN KAMPONG GLAM

Clicks to bricks in the Amazon age

Pride of the lion city

Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong speaks exclusively with National Geographic about the Island Nation’s future

About

#WHATMAKESSG: a partnership initiative between ministry of communication and information Singapore and National Geographic

This partnership was launched in April 2018 with a photo contest, and cumulates with a long-form documentary and a special Singapore edition National Geographic magazine published for Singapore’s National Day on 9 August 2018.

In 2019 the partnership continued with the celebration of Singapore’s Hawker culture, with a new campaign that celebrated the sights, smells, sounds and above all tastes that makes our hawker culture a source of national pride, worthy of UNESCO heritage recognition.