Movies shot in Singapore.

Movies shot in Singapore

Singapore has been a hot favorite destination of moviemakers from both Hollywood and Bollywood.  Numerous Hollywood movies have been shot in Singapore and recently Indian moviemakers and directors are also turning towards Singapore for the shooting of their movies.  The famous Indian movies being shot in Singapore are Aur Pyar Ho Gaya, Biwi # 1, De Danaa Dan, Krrish and Pyar Impossible etc.   

Aur Pyar Ho Gaya

This film was shot in 1997 with Aishwarya Roy and Bobby Deol in the lead.  Though, the film was shot at various international locations, including Germany and Switzerland, a few songs were shot in Singapore also. The song, “Ek Din Kahin Hum Tum Mile” was shot at Fountain of Wealth, Suntec City, Singapore, Merlion, Sentosa, Southern Islands, Singapore, Raffles Place, Singapore, Sentosa Island Fountain, Singapore, and Tiger Balm Gardens, Singapore.


Hrithik Roshan’s ski-fi thriller Krrish with Priyanka Chopra in the lead was shot at many places in Singapore.  The scene where the movie superhero, Hrithik chases Naseeruddin Shah is shot at Cavenagh Bridge, Singapore and Fountain of Wealth, Suntec City, Singapore, and Lau Pa Sat Clock Tower, Singapore.  The song, “Koi Tumsa Nahi” was shot at Chain Bridge, Singapore. The scene in the movie where Hrithik (Rohit) meets Naseeruddin Shah is shot at Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay, Singapore. The scene, where Hrithik is performing stunts on the street for the kid, and parts of the song, Koi Tumsa Nahi, were shot at Mica Building, Singapore.

Pyar Impossible

The movie was released in 2010 and was directed by Jugal Hansraj with Priyanka Chopra and Uday Chopra in the lead. In the movie Assumption University Suvarnabhumi Campus, Samutprakarn, Thailand is shown as Ankert University, California.  The title song Pyar Impossible is also shot here.  When Uday reaches Singapore, he is shown at Elgin Bridge, Singapore and when the hero Uday seeks legal advice, the venue shown is Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay, Singapore. 

Apart from Bollywood lots of local and Hollywood movies are shot here.  The other movies shot at Singapore are as follows:
1. Ali Baba Bujang Lapok (Released in 1960)
2. 18 Grams of Love (Released in 2007)
3. Blood Ties (Released in 2009)
4. Becoming Royston (Released in 2007)
5. Being Human
6. 2000 AD (Released in 2000)
7. 4:30 (Released in 2005)
8. 881
9. Antara Dua Darjat (Released in 1960)
10. Bidasari (Released in 1965)
11. Ah Long Pte Ltd
12.  ALL CHANGE!!! (Released in 1999)
13. 15 (Released in 2003)
14. Ah Ma (Released in 2007)
15. A Month of Hungry Ghosts (Released in 2008)
16.  A New Life (Released in 2005)
17. Army Daze (Released in 1996)
18.  Avatar (Released in 2004)
19. 12 Storeys (Released in 1997)
20. All the Lines Flow Out (Released in 2011)
21. A Wicked Tale (Released in 2005)
22.  Abu Hassan Penchuri (Released in 1955)
23.  Be with Me (Released in 2005)
24.  Allen Ginsberg Gives Great Head (Released in 2007)
25.  Hans Christian Andersen’s The Little Mermaid (Released in 1975)

Tourism in Singapore

Tourism in Singapore

Singapore as a melting pot of different cultures 
Singapore is vibrant economy and an attractive tourist destination.  Located on the southern tip of Malaysian Peninsula, it’s formed of 59 islands.  With around 5 million people as its inhabitants, Singapore is one of the four Asian Tigers, and a major business center in the entire Southeast Asian region.  It has been one of the most modern cities in the world for many decades now.  It assimilates various cultures such as Chinese, Malay, Indian, Arab, and English.  The amazing ethnic diversity makes it one of the best tourist destinations for shopping, sightseeing and culinary delight. 

Singapore as a tourist attraction
Traditional festivals and holidays of different ethnic populations in Singapore are celebrated round the year and make it an appealing tourist destination. The island state, which is located one degree north of equator, is the haven of luxury hotels. Singapore has a special appeal because its government is highly efficient and focused towards development.  It has created a name for itself in the world of tourism and trade.  People prefer to visit and work in Singapore because of its administrative excellence and quality of life.  The capital Singapore is located on an island, which is just one third of the main island of the state.

Singapore Amusement Parks
Singapore as a tourist destination has many attractions including its amusement parks, which are meant for fun with family and friends.  At eating joints, you can have some of the most amazing cuisines from around the world.

Art galleries
Singapore competes with Hong Kong and other leading cities of the world as a center of art. It has a lot of prominent galleries, where you can unwind yourself.

Parks and gardens
With around 50 parks, gardens and nature reserves based on Chinese and Malay themes, Singapore is an ultimate destination for nature tourism.      

Night Safari Tour
Night Safari Tour is the best way to explore wildlife at the night zoo.  It has around 1000 animals with 140 species representing various geographic regions in the world. You can explore this tropical forest either by tram or just on foot.

Sentosa thrills
Sentosa offers amazing adventure sports, dining and recreational facilities. You can also enjoy a cable car ride to reach Sentosa Island. It offers a kaleidoscopic view of Singapore skyline. You can also explore the history of Singapore since World War II in Sentosa. Explore the underwater world in the grand Oceanarium and enjoy a sensational show of music and Lights the ‘Songs of the Sea Show’.

Universal Studios
Your visit to Singapore is incomplete without spending a day at Universal Studio. It’s a movie theme park offering various related attractions.

Shopping malls
A visit to Singapore is incomplete without visiting its shopping malls. 
Some of the must vist shopping malls in Singapore are:
TANGS Orchard, Wisma Atria, ION Orchard, Bugis Junction, FestiveWalk™ at Resorts World™ Sentosa, Changi Airport Mall Singapore, The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands®, Suntec City Mall, Marina Square, Mandarin Gallery(designer boutiques), Funan Digitalife Mall ( for gadget enthusiasts), 313@somerset at Orchard Road belt, Park Mall with cafes and restaurants, Paragon for designer and luxury items, Palais Renaissance for international brand and dining facilities, Orchard Central (the tallest mall of Singapore) Ngee Ann City at Orchard Road, Mustafa Centre with bustling crowds (known as little India), Knightsbridge at Orchard Road, and Joo Chiat Complex  for Malay Textiles and crafts.