Renovating the "Fountain of Wealth" – listed as the world's largest fountain in the Guinness Book of Records
Continuing to use the comprehensive water technology already in place
Maximising show functionality
A world record breaker
The Fountain of Wealth in Suntec City – one of the largest shopping centres in Singapore – has been world-renowned for quite some time. The fountain was built in 1995 and recognised as the world's largest fountain in the Guinness Book of Records three years later. In 2013, OASE set out on the mission to renovate the fountain and give it a new lease of life. The fountain stands ten metres tall and boasts rich symbolic meaning that should not just be preserved, but also developed further.
The water moves inwards from the edge of the bronze ring to its centre – a feature of the original design from 1995 – representing the preservation of the wealth of Suntec City. Wealth is not only understood financially, but also culturally and beyond. OASE has successfully added value to this water feature and given it a complete makeover, adding the option of show choreography. Outside of show hours, visitors can enter the centre of the fountain and walk around the middle ring of jets, which is said to bring luck. This 360° panoramic attraction becomes a fascinating and exciting showstopper once the choreography of music, lights and water begins.
Project fact sheet
|Suntec City – Fountain of Wealth
|Year of completion
|Type of water
|Height of installation
|Size and shape of the fountain pool
|50 m x 50 m
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