More than 40 iconic landmarks and bridges such as the Gardens by the Bay and the buildings around Raffles Place are turning blue to as part of City Turns Blue and #GoBlue4SG to commemorate World Water Day 2021.
World Water Day falls on 22 March each year. Watch the Singapore skyline turn into a dazzling blue-cityscape in the CBD area.
Building have turned blue in the evenings from 20 to 22 March 2021 to show their support for water conservation.
For example, the Supertree Grove at Gardens by the Bay has turned blue from 20 to 22 March as part of City Turns Blue 2021.
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So have Ocean Financial Centre, Republic Plaza and One Raffles Place.
In the suburbs, look out for places such as Our Tampines Hub turning blue.
Full List of Buildings and Landmarks turning Blue for GoBlue4SG
This year, there are a total of 44 buildings and landmarks supporting the City Turns Blue initiative. 10 of these partners are newly on board.
Buildings Participating in City Turns Blue 2021
1) 5 Science Park Drive (Shopee Building) (New)
2) Keppel Marina East Desalination Plant (New)
3) Mount Faber (New)
4) orchardgateway (Link Bridge) (New)
5) One Marina Boulevard (Façade Lantern Light) (New)
6) Read Bridge (Clarke Quay) (New)
7) Sentosa Golf Club (New)
8) Science Centre Singapore (Twin Tower) (New)
9) Singapore Sports Hub (New)
10) Wisma Atria (New)
11) Anderson Bridge
12) ArtScience Museum
13) Cavanagh Bridge
14) Century Square Mall
15) Clemenceau Bridge
16) Clarke Quay (Canopies)
17) Coleman Bridge
18) Elgin Bridge
20) Gardens by the Bay
21) Helix Bridge
22) ION Orchard
23) Jurong Point
24) Marina Bay Sands
25) Marina Square
26) Maybank Tower
27) Millenia Tower
28) National Gallery Singapore
29) Nee Soon East Community Club
30) OCBC Centre
31) Ocean Financial Centre
32) One Raffles Place
33) Our Tampines Hub
34) Plaza Singapura
35) Republic Plaza
36) Resorts World Sentosa (Rooftops, Festive Walk, Universal Studios Singapore)
37) Singapore Flyer
38) South Beach (Canopies)
39) SUNTEC City (Fountain of Wealth and Rooftop)
40) Sentosa Gateway towers
41) UOB Alexandra
42) UOB Shenton Way
43) UOB Tampines
44) Victoria Theatre and Concert Hall
Win a Canon Camera by taking a photo of City Turns Blue
A collaboration between Cannon Singapore and PUB, Singapore’s National Water Agency, Grab your cameras and show off your best shots at the EOS World photo contest! The theme for the contest is: City Turns Blue.
Participants are invited to show their support for water sustainability by capturing what “City Turns Blue” means to them! The winner will be bringing home a Canon iNSPiC [C], a 2-in-1 Instant Camera Mini Photo Printer worth $159.
To take part, all you have to do is to share an original photo in the comments section that relates to the theme – City Turns Blue. There is no text allowed so that the organizers can “hear” the photo
Remember to set your profile to the public to be eligible; the contest will end on 25 March 2021. 5 lucky winners will be selected and announced on 1st April 2021. Read the full terms and conditions at the link here.
Wear Blue to support World Water Day
Members of the public are also encouraged to wear blue on 22 March 2021 to demonstrate their support for World Water Day 2021. You can check out the website here and look for more ideas on how to celebrate here.