If you are strolling through Terminal 3, you might notice something. A giant rebel fighter.
Ever wonder why the F1 circus loves going to Singapore? This timelapse should hint why.
I've never seen so many Lamborghinis on the street together, and I don't think I've ever heard so many cylinders wailing away at the same time, either.
This stunning video was shot and edited by Milton Tan, within the restricted access area of one of the world's busiest airports — Singapore's Changi Airport. As it turns out, airplanes in the night sky do look like shooting stars.
A driver in Singapore narrowly missed getting taken out by an out-of-control bus that came careening across a road divider before rolling over. The driver managed to catch it all with a dash cam.
Katy Perry is used to some loud sound, but she wasn't prepared for the howl of 24 Formula One engines right past her ears. Here she is getting her eardrums blown out in Singapore, and we think she liked it.
The 2012 Singapore Grand Prix is still ongoing as of this writing, but it looks like it's been a rough race for a couple of drivers, most notably Michael Schumacher, who crashed out after colliding with another car in the 39th lap.
Sphincters in the Port of Singapore have yet to un-clinch following the near-collision pictured above. You just know the driver in the bright red tanker doesn't even have insurance.
The laws of supply and demand win again; Just when American used cars were becoming more expensive, a Singapore-based entrepreneur has decided now's the time to sell a cache of 150 1997 never-driven Chrysler Neons.
This September, the Singapore Grand Prix — aka F1's after-hours joint — will host acts like Linkin Park and Massive Attack, playing at venues around Marina Bay. There's also some sort of car race, and a special-guest Internet meme.
After all the touching and feeling that went down this past fall, international airlines have been hankering for a way to get back into passengers' good graces. This checkpoint, along with eye scanners and souped-up passports, might be the ticket.
The Noah's Ark of untouched supercars we identified yesterday as belonging to the Sultan of Brunei may actually be in Singapore, despite being sold by some Kiwis.
A new Airbus A380 superjumbo jet experienced a massive engine failure shortly after takeoff in Singapore, forcing the Qantas flight to make an emergency landing. Everyone on board survived, including a passenger with two amusing-in-retrospect before and after tweets. UPDATE!
Taoists in Singapore incinerate offerings to make the afterlife for their wealth-obsessed departed relatives more comfortable. In this case, an artisan is creating a gorgeous paper BMW to toss on the pyre. Photo Credit: Roslan Rahman/AFP/Getty Images.