At the background is the famous iconic Merlion. Read in the papers recently that some places in China and Japan even have a replica of it to showcase and represent Singapore. Some might wonder, "What is a Merlion?". Well, as you can see, the head is that of a lion and the body that of a fish. Inshort, our tiny island state used to be a fishing village long time ago. As for the lion, legend has it that the original founder of Singapore (Temasek), Prince Sang Nila Utama, encountered a heavy storm in the sea and after throwing away his crown, the sea calmed and all sailors were saved. The ship then drifted to a tiny island (Singapore) and the first thing he saw when he sat foot on the island is a lion. That's a good sign and thus he decided to occupy the island and establish his own kingdom....
This is an infamous bridge. Infamous? Yes. During WWII, Japanese soldiers will cut off the heads of prisoners and display them on this bridge.
What a big 'durian'!! Yes, China has it's 'Bird Nest', Singapore has it's own 'Durian'. It's actually the Esplanade.
Again, we're at it, trying to copy and out do others. In the background, it's the Singapore Flyer. It's a large obsevertory. Well, I guessed, it's just another big ferries wheel.