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#SG75Timelapse is committed to capturing Singapore's transformation through timelapse. We are looking for support to capture these multi-year mega-projects that will shape Singapore in the future. They include new townships, business parks, urban renewals, and infrastructure projects.

Jurong Lake District

The Jurong Lake District serves as the anchor of Singapore's Western economic gateway, covering an area of 410 hectares and offering 1.4 million square metres of office spaces. It is anticipated that the district will create over 100,000 new job opportunities and provide 20,000 new homes once it is fully developed.

(Credit: KCAP Architects & Planners, SAA Architects, Arup, S333 and Lekker)

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Changi Region

The Changi Region is poised to become a dynamic and flourishing economic center, with industries that complement and enhance Changi Airport. With the upcoming Terminal 5, Changi East Industrial Zone, and Changi East Urban District, Changi Airport will have even more capacity for future expansion.

(Credit: Changi Airport Group)

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Greater Southern District

Singapore's southern coast, stretching from Pasir Panjang to Marina East, is set to undergo a significant transformation. The Greater Southern Waterfront will soon become a bustling gateway and a prime location for urban living. The development will take place gradually, with the former Pasir Panjang Power District, Keppel Club, and Mount Faber being the first to undergo development in the next 5 to 10 years.

(Credit: URA)

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Paya Lebar Air Base

Starting in the 2030s, the relocation of Paya Lebar Air Base will free up 800 hectares of land for the development of a new town that is both sustainable and highly livable. About 150,000 homes can be built. URA is seeking public input on how to re-purpose some of the airport buildings and parts of the runway to retain memories of the place and transform them into vibrant new public spaces for everyone to enjoy and build new memories.

(Credit: Changi Airport Group)


Punggol Digital District

The Punggol Digital District (PDD) is a pioneering smart district in Singapore that combines the Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT) campus and JTC's Business Park spaces in Punggol North. PDD is not only a hub for growth industries in the digital economy, such as cybersecurity and digital technology, but also a welcoming and eco-friendly lifestyle destination for the local community.

(Credit: JTC)


Woodlands Regional Centre

In the coming 15 years, Woodlands Regional Centre will see the addition of fresh areas for business, industry, research and development, as well as learning and innovation, covering more than 100 hectares of land. Situated among lush greenery, it is well-connected to significant locations in Singapore and Johor Bahru, making it an ideal central point for the Northern Agri-Tech and Food Corridor.

(Credit: HDB, URA)


We actively seek government and corporate support for our #SGTimelapse future projects. The support can come in many ways, including location sponsorship, funding, event hosting, cross-promotions, partnership, etc. 

Partnership • Funding • Location • Sponsorship

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Share Your Personal #SG75TIMELAPSE Video

We want to see your story! Share your personal timelapse video about a transformation in your life, your friends & family, or around your neighborhood. Your stories will be essential to our archive, providing insights into our city's social, cultural, and economic changes. Together, we can create a comprehensive library of Singapore stories as we journey towards its 75th birthday.



Join our movement and make a difference. We are looking for institutional partners for collaboration opportunities. Whether you are a photographer, videographer, or simply someone who cares about Singapore's future, there are many ways to get involved.

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