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Which Singapore landmark are you according to your horoscope?

See which building represents the bold Leo the most – and which sign we think embodies Jewel Changi Airport the best

Delfina Utomo
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Delfina Utomo
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They say every building has a character. Particularly in Singapore where we have iconic architecture scattered throughout the island. But not everyone will resonate with the gushing waterfall of Jewel Changi Airport or the loud and proud towers of Marina Bay Sands. And we think our horoscopes have something to do with it... maybe.

After all, each star sign is said to represent a certain set of personality traits. For a bit of fun, we analysed the stars, signs, and city skylines to put together this list. Which Singapore landmark are you based on your star sign? Find out here. 

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  • Property
  • Rochor

Never one to shy away from attention, Aries is best represented by Parkview Square. A world away from the architecture of Bugis, its gothic boldness looms heavy over the precinct but step inside and you’ll find a swish gin-specialist bar, Atlas; a private museum that hosts an unconventional rotation of exhibitions and a zen courtyard where you can seek solace while philosophers look over you.

  • Shopping
  • Chinatown

Stubborn and resilient like a bull, People’s Park Complex has been standing tall in the heart of Chinatown since 1973. The years seem to have no effect on the building – it is still the centre of attention of the Chinatown skyline. Its tenants show no signs of leaving either, with elderly cobblers, fortune-telling shops and massage parlours calling it home.

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  • Property
  • Changi 

Cancers can seem steely and cool on the outside but they’re a puddle of emotions on the inside – just like the beautiful Jewel Changi Airport. It’s what’s inside that counts and there’s so much going on here: people coming and going, wining and dining, shopping and chilling – much like Cancer’s ability to exist in both emotional and material realms.

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  • Hotels
  • City Hall

The devil is in the detail and maintaining a hotel requires being meticulous, practical and systematic – everything a Virgo is supposed to be. Singapore’s Grand Old Dame is the perfect representation of Virgo, the symbol of the maiden based on Astraea in Greek mythology.

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Libra (September 23 – October 22)

Libras’ fixation on balance and harmony makes them one of the calmest signs on the zodiac. Diplomatic and fair, with an additional sense of aesthetics, the Libra is best represented by Singapore’s centre of peace and justice itself – The Supreme Court.

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  • Travel
  • Changi 

Always on a quest for something more, the wandering and restless Sagittarius is represented by one of Singapore favourite heritage icon, the Changi Airport control tower. The Archer constantly craves geographical exploration and spiritual journey – and the control tower represents that for all with wanderlust.

  • Restaurants
  • Singaporean
  • Raffles Place

Capricorns are ambitious and work hard to make their own way in the world. And no one works harder in Singapore than our passionate hawkers who make sure we’re well-fed each day. Sitting pretty in the middle of the CBD surrounded by big companies is Lau Pa Sat. The centre of the CBD – especially during lunchtime – the iconic building with its cast-iron structure is the only survivor of the five markets that used to serve residents living in Singapore’s town area.

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  • Things to do
  • Kent Ridge

There’s nowhere better to express the kooky and offbeat Aquarius than Haw Par Villa. As quirky as they can be, they are also friendly and love to help others. If by helping others means getting scared silly by the Ten Gates of Hell and effectively reducing the number of sinners in the world, then yes, Haw Par Villa is doing a good job as an Aquarius. 

  • Things to do
  • Raffles Place

Born to embrace their creativity and reach beyond what is tangible, Pisces are dreamers. Singapore’s iconic mythical creature, the Merlion best embodies this spirit. Overlooking the bay and constantly spouting water, it has seen everything and absorbed every lesson – the joys and the pains, the hopes and the dreams.

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