The skyline of Singapore in 2015
The skyline of Singapore in 2015

The city-state of Singapore has over 9,000[1] completed high-rises, the majority located in the Downtown Core, the city centre of Singapore. [2] In the city, there are 96 skyscrapers.[3] The Guoco Tower currently holds the title of tallest building in Singapore. It stands at 283.7m (931 ft), exempted from the height restriction of 280m in the Central Business District.

Singapore's history of skyscrapers began with the 1939 completion of the 17-storey Cathay Building.[4] The 70-metre (230 ft) structure was, at the time of its completion, the tallest building in Southeast Asia; it was superseded by the 87-metre (285 ft) Asia Insurance Building in 1954, which remained the tallest in Singapore for more than a decade. Singapore went through a major building boom in the 1970s and 1980s that resulted from the city's rapid industrialisation. During this time UOB Plaza became the tallest building in the city-state; the 280 m (919 ft) structure was also the tallest building in the world outside of North America from its 1986 completion until 1989, when the Bank of China Tower in Hong Kong was completed.[5] The skyscraper-building boom continued during the 1990s and 2000s, with 30 skyscrapers at least 140 m (459 ft) tall, many of them residential towers, constructed from 1990 through 2008.

Since 2000, there has been a sharp increase in the number of skyscrapers under construction in the city area, particularly in the Marina Bay district. One project completed in Marina Centre is the Marina Bay Financial Centre, which includes 3 office towers offering 280,000 square metres (3,000,000 sq ft) of office space, 2 residential developments offering 649 apartments and a 16,400-square-metre (176,000 sq ft) retail mall, named Marina Bay Link Mall.[6] There are also several new developments in the city's shopping hub, Orchard Road. The Orchard Residences is a 218 m (715 ft), 52-floor tower built in conjunction with ION Orchard, a shopping centre just beside Orchard MRT station.[7] In addition, the 245 m (804 ft) Ocean Financial Centre, a 43-floor skyscraper, is built in Raffles Place.[8]

With Jurong Lake District envisioned as Singapore's second central business district, more skyscrapers are shaping the skyline there. However, its close proximity to Tengah Air Base meant that height restrictions apply there as well. The JTC Summit, a 142 m (466 ft) office tower built in 2000, stands as the tallest building outside the Central Region.

Skyline of a city, showing several tall skyscrapers. The tallest buildings are at the left and right of the image, with several low-rises in the immediate foreground. Most of the towers are lit up, as night is approaching
Panorama of Singapore's skyline at dusk

Tallest buildings

This lists ranks Singapore skyscrapers that stand at least 150 m (492 ft) tall, based on standard height measurement. This includes spires and architectural details but does not include antenna masts. An equal sign (=) following a rank indicates the same height between two or more buildings. The "Year" column indicates the year in which a building was completed.

  Was the tallest building in Southeast Asia upon completion
Rank Name Image Height (m) Height (ft) Floors Year Coordinates Notes
1 Guoco Tower
Tanjong Pagar Centre.jpg
284 931 65 2016 1°16′37.560″N 103°50′45.960″E / 1.27710000°N 103.84610000°E / 1.27710000; 103.84610000 The tallest building in Singapore.[9] Initially planned for 290m, a permission had to be obtained to build it above the height limit of 280m allowable for buildings in Singapore.[10]
2= 29.0One Raffles Place
Ground-level view of 60-storey building whose cross section is a square with a diagonal projection from one corner. In the top 10 storeys part of the square is missing and only a diagonal remains.
280 919 66 1986 1°17′04.89″N 103°51′03.70″E / 1.2846917°N 103.8510278°E / 1.2846917; 103.8510278 Formerly OUB Centre. Tallest building outside North America from 1986 until the 1989 completion of the Bank of China Tower in Hong Kong; was tied with Republic Plaza and United Overseas Bank Plaza One as the tallest building in Singapore and the 123rd-tallest in the world. Tallest building constructed in Singapore in the 1980s[5]
2= United Overseas Bank Plaza One
Ground-level view of several skyscrapers; the building on the right is the tallest and has a square cross section with several diagonal protrusions. A shorter building on the left resembles it closely.
280 919 67 1995 1°17′08″N 103°50′59″E / 1.28556°N 103.84972°E / 1.28556; 103.84972 Tied with One Raffles Place and Republic Plaza as the tallest building in Singapore and the 123rd-tallest in the world; tied as the tallest building constructed in Singapore in the 1990s[11][12]
2= 36.0Republic Plaza
Ground-level view of 70-storey building. The exterior has a reddish hue with dark windows. The building tapers slightly at two points.
280 919 66 1998 1°16′58″N 103°51′04″E / 1.28278°N 103.85111°E / 1.28278; 103.85111 Tied with United Overseas Bank Plaza One and One Raffles Place in Singapore and the 123rd-tallest in the world; tied as the tallest building constructed in Singapore in the 1990s[13][14]
2= 36.0CapitaSpring 280 919 52 2021 1°17′01″N 103°51′00″E / 1.28361°N 103.85000°E / 1.28361; 103.85000 [15]
6 05.0Capital Tower
Ground-level view of a 50-storey building with a rectangular cross section; near the 40th floor the building tapers inward
254 833 52 2000 1°16′39″N 103°50′51″E / 1.27750°N 103.84750°E / 1.27750; 103.84750 182nd-tallest building in the world; tallest building constructed in Singapore in the 2000s[16][17]
7= 05.0Altez
Sky Suites@Anson and Altez.jpg
250 820 62 2014 1°16′28.2″N 103°50′39.5″E / 1.274500°N 103.844306°E / 1.274500; 103.844306 Tied with Skysuites @ Anson as the tallest residential building in Singapore[18]
7= 05.0Skysuites @ Anson
Skysuites@Anson.jpg
250 820 72 2014 1°16′28.2″N 103°50′41.1″E / 1.274500°N 103.844750°E / 1.274500; 103.844750 Tied with Altez as the tallest residential building in Singapore[19]
9= 27.0One Raffles Quay North Tower
One raffles quay-rectilinear.jpg
245 804 50 2006 1°16′53.04″N 103°51′6.52″E / 1.2814000°N 103.8518111°E / 1.2814000; 103.8518111 [20][21]
9= 36.0The Sail @ Marina Bay Tower 1
Ground-level view of two curved buildings that slightly resemble sails; the sun is setting in the distance.
245 804 70 2008 1°16′51.97″N 103°51′10.06″E / 1.2811028°N 103.8527944°E / 1.2811028; 103.8527944 Also known as the Marina Bay Tower[22][23]
9= CapitaGreen
Singapore CapitaGreen-Building-01.jpg
245 804 40 2011 1°16′54.840″N 103°51′1.080″E / 1.28190000°N 103.85030000°E / 1.28190000; 103.85030000 [24][25]
9= 36.0Ocean Financial Centre
Artist
245 804 43 2011 1°16′59.52″N 103°51′10.77″E / 1.2832000°N 103.8529917°E / 1.2832000; 103.8529917 [8][26][27]
9= 36.0Marina Bay Financial Centre Tower 2
Marina Bay Financial Centre (8107762133).jpg
245 804 45 2012 1°16′48.13″N 103°51′15.08″E / 1.2800361°N 103.8541889°E / 1.2800361; 103.8541889 [28]
14 36.0Marina Bay Financial Centre Tower 3
Marina Bay Financial Centre (8107762133).jpg
239 784 49 2010 1°16′48.13″N 103°51′15.08″E / 1.2800361°N 103.8541889°E / 1.2800361; 103.8541889 [29]
15 V on Shenton
Singapore - Shenton Way - V on Shenton apartment building IMG 9658.jpg
237 778 54 2017 1°16′40.51″N 103°50′58.49″E / 1.2779194°N 103.8495806°E / 1.2779194; 103.8495806 [30]
16= 02.0AXA Tower
Ground-level view of a 50-storey cylindrical tower with black windows and a small cut-out near the roofline
235 771 52 1986 1°16′33″N 103°50′50″E / 1.27583°N 103.84722°E / 1.27583; 103.84722 Tallest cylindrical building in the world. [31][32]
16= 02.0Frasers Tower
Fraser Tower.jpg
235 770 38 2018 [33]
18 02.0Asia Square Tower 1
Asia Square, Singapore - 20130829.jpg
229 751 43 2011 1°16′44″N 103°51′06″E / 1.2788°N 103.8516°E / 1.2788; 103.8516 [34]
19= 03.0Marina Bay Residences
Marina Bay Financial Centre (8107762133).jpg
227 745 61 2011 1°16′48.13″N 103°51′15.08″E / 1.2800361°N 103.8541889°E / 1.2800361; 103.8541889 [6]
19= 03.0Marina Bay Suites
Marina Bay Suites.jpg
227 784 65 2014 1°16′49.08″N 103°51′7.2″E / 1.2803000°N 103.852000°E / 1.2803000; 103.852000 [35]
21 Swissôtel The Stamford
Ground-level view of a tall, white cylindrical tower and a shorter cuboidal building
226 741 73 1986 1°17′36″N 103°51′12″E / 1.29333°N 103.85333°E / 1.29333; 103.85333 Tallest hotel in Singapore; tallest hotel in the world at time of completion;[36][37] highest floor count in Singapore
22= Marina One East Tower
Marina One.jpg
225 740 30 2018 1°16′37.73″N 103°51′14.45″E / 1.2771472°N 103.8540139°E / 1.2771472; 103.8540139Coordinates: 1°16′37.73″N 103°51′14.45″E / 1.2771472°N 103.8540139°E / 1.2771472; 103.8540139 [38][39]
22= Marina One West Tower
Marina One.jpg
225 740 30 2018 1°16′37.73″N 103°51′14.45″E / 1.2771472°N 103.8540139°E / 1.2771472; 103.8540139 [40]
24 23.0Millenia Tower
Side view of a 40-story building with a square cross section; the building tapers into a partial pyramid near the roofline.
223 732 41 1996 1°17′34″N 103°51′37″E / 1.29278°N 103.86028°E / 1.29278; 103.86028 [41][42]
25 02.0Asia Square Tower 2
Asia Square, Singapore - 20130829.jpg
221 727 46 2013 1°16′41″N 103°51′04″E / 1.2781°N 103.8512°E / 1.2781; 103.8512 [43]
26= 30.0The Orchard Residences
Side view of a 56-storey building attached to a luxury shopping mall in the foreground.
218 715 56 2010 1°18′15.01″N 103°49′54.2″E / 1.3041694°N 103.831722°E / 1.3041694; 103.831722 [44]
26= 30.0South Beach North Tower
Singapore Southbeach-Lifestyle-Quarter-01.jpg
218 715 35 2015 1°17′42″N 103°51′22″E / 1.29500°N 103.85611°E / 1.29500; 103.85611 [45]
26= 30.0South Beach South Tower
Singapore Southbeach-Lifestyle-Quarter-01.jpg
218 715 45 2015 1°17′42″N 103°51′22″E / 1.29500°N 103.85611°E / 1.29500; 103.85611 [46]
29 37.0The Sail @ Marina Bay Tower 2
Ground-level view of two curved buildings that slightly resemble sails; the sun is setting in the distance.
215 705 63 2008 1°16′51.97″N 103°51′10.06″E / 1.2811028°N 103.8527944°E / 1.2811028; 103.8527944 Also known as the Central Park Tower[47][48]
30 37.0One Shenton Way Tower 1
One Shenton Way Singapore.jpg
214 702 50 2011 1°16′45″N 103°51′02″E / 1.2793°N 103.8505°E / 1.2793; 103.8505 [49]
31 29.0One Raffles Place Tower 2
One Raffles Place, Singapore - 20121013.jpg
209 686 38 2012 1°17′04.89″N 103°51′03.70″E / 1.2846917°N 103.8510278°E / 1.2846917; 103.8510278
32 10.0OUE Downtown Tower 1
OUE Tower 1.jpg
201 659 50 1975 1°16′37.40″N 103°50′54.06″E / 1.2770556°N 103.8483500°E / 1.2770556; 103.8483500 Tallest building constructed in Singapore in the 1970s[50][51]
33 24.0OCBC Centre
Ground level view of a box-like building with rounded, windowless side exteriors
198 650 52 1976 1°17′07″N 103°50′57″E / 1.28528°N 103.84917°E / 1.28528; 103.84917 [52][53]
34= 04.0Marina Bay Sands Tower 1
Three towers are joined by a terrace that stretches out between their respective roofs, protruding over the edge of each tower.
194 636 57 2010 1°17′7.9″N 103°51′39.34″E / 1.285528°N 103.8609278°E / 1.285528; 103.8609278 [54][55]
34= 05.0Marina Bay Sands Tower 2
Three towers are joined by a terrace that stretches out between their respective roofs, protruding over the edge of each tower.
194 636 57 2010 1°17′7.9″N 103°51′39.34″E / 1.285528°N 103.8609278°E / 1.285528; 103.8609278 [55][56]
34= 06.0Marina Bay Sands Tower 3
Three towers are joined by a terrace that stretches out between their respective roofs, protruding over the edge of each tower.
194 636 57 2010 1°17′7.9″N 103°51′39.34″E / 1.285528°N 103.8609278°E / 1.285528; 103.8609278 [55][57]
37 06.0Oasia Hotel Downtown
Oasia Hotel Downtown, Singapore - Facade A (2019).jpg
193 634 27 2016 [58]
38 36.0Marina Bay Financial Centre Tower 1
Marina Bay Financial Centre (8107762133).jpg
192 630 33 2010 1°16′48.13″N 103°51′15.08″E / 1.2800361°N 103.8541889°E / 1.2800361; 103.8541889 [59]
39= 18.0International Plaza
Ground-level view of 50-storey box-like building with dark, receded windows and cut-off, diagonal corners
190 623 50 1976 1°16′33.5″N 103°50′43.9″E / 1.275972°N 103.845528°E / 1.275972; 103.845528 [60][61]
39= Singapore Land Tower
Ground-level view of a 50-storey white tower with a rectangular cross section and dark windows
190 623 48 1980 1°17′4.78″N 103°51′6.78″E / 1.2846611°N 103.8518833°E / 1.2846611; 103.8518833 [62][63]
41= SGX Centre One
Ground-level view of a 30-storey building with a rounded, glass facade on one side and a straight-edged facade of concrete and windows on another; the concrete siding protrudes above the roofline
187 614 30 2000 1°16′46.97″N 103°51′0.06″E / 1.2797139°N 103.8500167°E / 1.2797139; 103.8500167 [64]
41= SGX Centre Two
Ground-level view of a 30-storey building with a rounded, glass facade on one side and a straight-edged facade of concrete and windows on another; the concrete siding protrudes above the roofline
187 614 30 2001 1°16′43.81″N 103°50′57.97″E / 1.2788361°N 103.8494361°E / 1.2788361; 103.8494361 [65]
41= SBF Center
Ground-level view of a 31-storey building with a glass facade
187 614 31 2016 [66]
44 06.0DUO Residences
Duo media2.jpg
186 610 50 2018 [67][39]
45 79 Robinson Road - 185 607 29 2022 1°16′36.61″N 103°50′52.12″E / 1.2768361°N 103.8478111°E / 1.2768361; 103.8478111 Also known as ASB Tower[68][69][70]
46 33.0mTower
PSA Building.jpg
183 600 42 1986 1°16′24.87″N 103°48′04.37″E / 1.2735750°N 103.8012139°E / 1.2735750; 103.8012139 Formerly known as PSA Building[71][72]
47= Suntec City Tower 1
Ground-level view of two identical 45-storey towers with rectangular cross sections; a diagonal cut-out is present on each tower near the 30th floor
181 594 45 1997 1°17′40″N 103°51′30″E / 1.29444°N 103.85833°E / 1.29444; 103.85833 [73][74]
47= Suntec City Tower 2
Ground-level view of two identical 45-storey towers with rectangular cross sections; a diagonal cut-out is present on each tower near the 30th floor
181 594 45 1997 1°17′40″N 103°51′30″E / 1.29444°N 103.85833°E / 1.29444; 103.85833 [75][76]
47= Suntec City Tower 3
Ground-level view of two identical 45-storey towers with rectangular cross sections; a diagonal cut-out is present on each tower near the 30th floor
181 594 45 1997 1°17′40″N 103°51′30″E / 1.29444°N 103.85833°E / 1.29444; 103.85833 [77][78]
47= Suntec City Tower 4
Ground-level view of two identical 45-storey towers with rectangular cross sections; a diagonal cut-out is present on each tower near the 30th floor
181 594 45 1997 1°17′40″N 103°51′30″E / 1.29444°N 103.85833°E / 1.29444; 103.85833 [79][80]
51 06.018 Robinson 180 591 28 2019 [67][39]
52= 15.016 Collyer Quay
Ground-level view of a 40-storey building with a glass facade and rectangular cross section; three levels of windows recede inward at various points up the tower, and a spire is present on the roof.
179 587 33 1993 1°17′03.08″N 103°51′08.72″E / 1.2841889°N 103.8524222°E / 1.2841889; 103.8524222 [81]
52= 06.0DUO Tower
Duo media2.jpg
179 587 39 2018 [67][39]
54= 15.0Reflections at Keppel Bay Tower 1B
Reflections at Keppel Bay (dawn).jpg
178 583 41 2011 [82]
54= 15.0Reflections at Keppel Bay Tower 2B
Reflections at Keppel Bay (dawn).jpg
178 583 41 2011 [83]
54= 15.0Reflections at Keppel Bay Tower 3B
Reflections at Keppel Bay (dawn).jpg
178 583 41 2011 [84]
54= 15.0State Courts Towers 178 583 35 2019 Tallest g]overnment building in Singapore.[85][86]
58 37.0One Shenton Tower 2
One Shenton Way Singapore.jpg
178 583 42 2011 1°16′45″N 103°51′02″E / 1.2793°N 103.8505°E / 1.2793; 103.8505 [87]
59 32.0Pickering Operations Complex
Ground-level view of a 40-storey, box-like building with windowless concrete siding and rounded anterior corners
177 581 43 1986 1°17′6.84″N 103°50′56.87″E / 1.2852333°N 103.8491306°E / 1.2852333; 103.8491306 [88][89]
60 Robinson 77
Distant ground-level view of a 40-story building with a blue glass facade; the building has a rectangular cross-section and a diagonal roofline.
176 577 40 1998 1°16′40.2″N 103°50′53.62″E / 1.277833°N 103.8482278°E / 1.277833; 103.8482278 [90][91]
61= 08.0The Concourse
Ground-level view of a building with an octagonal cross-section; the facade is white with dark, receded windows that appear to be continuous ridges from a distance
175 574 43 1995 1°18′03.8″N 103°51′43.8″E / 1.301056°N 103.862167°E / 1.301056; 103.862167 [92][93]
61= 20.0Maybank Tower
Ground-level view of two 40-storey towers. The building on the left is very thin with a blue and grey facade. The building on the right has a square cross section with diagonal, cut-off corners and a tapering roofline.
175 574 32 2001 1°17′9.37″N 103°51′8.53″E / 1.2859361°N 103.8523694°E / 1.2859361; 103.8523694 [94][95]
63= 01.0Six Battery Road
Ground-level view of three 40-storey towers. The building on the left is very thin with a blue and grey facade. The building in the center has a square cross section with diagonal, cut-off corners and a tapering roofline. The building on the right is box-like with diagonal corners and a brown facade.
174 571 44 1984 1°17′7.9″N 103°51′6.74″E / 1.285528°N 103.8518722°E / 1.285528; 103.8518722 Also known as Standard Chartered Bank[96][97]
63= 15.0Oxley Tower 174 571 33 2017 [98]
65 Samsung Hub
Ground-level view of a 30-storey building with protruding ledges, a spire, and a glass facade on the uppermost floors.
172 564 30 2005 1°16′59.76″N 103°50′58.7″E / 1.2832667°N 103.849639°E / 1.2832667; 103.849639 [99][100]
66 15.0Lumiere 170 558 45 2010 [101]
67 03.0Bank of China Building
Ground-level view of a 40-storey white building with a square podium and star-shaped cross section
168 551 36 2000 1°17′8.71″N 103°51′7.47″E / 1.2857528°N 103.8520750°E / 1.2857528; 103.8520750 [102][103]
68= 12.0Fuji Xerox Towers
Box-like structure with grey, windowless siding and a large hole near the centre of the tower
165 541 38 1987 1°16′23.54″N 103°50′37.46″E / 1.2732056°N 103.8437389°E / 1.2732056; 103.8437389 [104][105]
68= Springleaf Tower
40-storey building with a triangular cross section and rounded corner
165 541 37 2002 1°16′31.06″N 103°50′46.85″E / 1.2752944°N 103.8463472°E / 1.2752944; 103.8463472 [106][107]
70 11.0The Pinnacle@Duxton Block 1C
Pinnacle@Duxton, Singapore - 20100101.jpg
163 535 51 2009 1°16′36″N 103°50′29″E / 1.27667°N 103.84139°E / 1.27667; 103.84139 World's tallest public residential building. [108][109]
71 17.0Icon Loft Tower 2
Ground-level view of a box-like, 50-storey tower with a rectangular cross section and a blue stripe on the lateral siding
163 535 46 2007 1°16′31.1″N 103°50′42.91″E / 1.275306°N 103.8452528°E / 1.275306; 103.8452528 [110][111]
72 15.0One Marina Boulevard
One Marina Boulevard, Singapore - 20121031.jpg
163 535 32 2004 [112]
73 United Overseas Bank Plaza Two
Ground-level view of a 40-storey skyscraper with an octagonal cross section and a protruding, triangular ledge near the 20th floor
162 531 38 1974 1°17′08″N 103°50′59″E / 1.28556°N 103.84972°E / 1.28556; 103.84972 The extension and renovation of the building, which was completed in 1993, included the addition of 8 new floors.[113][114]
74= Commonwealth Tower A - 161 528 46 2017 Estimated height. [115]
74= Commonwealth Tower B - 161 528 46 2017 Estimated height. [116]
76 15.0Robinson Suites 160 525 42 2015 [117]
77= 08.0The Pinnacle@Duxton Block 1A
Pinnacle@Duxton, Singapore - 20100101.jpg
160 524 50 2009 1°16′36″N 103°50′29″E / 1.27667°N 103.84139°E / 1.27667; 103.84139 Public residential building. [118][119]
77= 09.0The Pinnacle@Duxton Block 1B
Pinnacle@Duxton, Singapore - 20100101.jpg
160 524 50 2009 1°16′36″N 103°50′29″E / 1.27667°N 103.84139°E / 1.27667; 103.84139 Public residential building. [120][121]
77= 12.0The Pinnacle@Duxton Block 1D
Pinnacle@Duxton, Singapore - 20100101.jpg
160 524 50 2009 1°16′36″N 103°50′29″E / 1.27667°N 103.84139°E / 1.27667; 103.84139 Public residential building. [122][123]
77= 13.0The Pinnacle@Duxton Block 1E
Pinnacle@Duxton, Singapore - 20100101.jpg
160 524 50 2009 1°16′36″N 103°50′29″E / 1.27667°N 103.84139°E / 1.27667; 103.84139 Public residential building. [124][125]
77= 14.0The Pinnacle@Duxton Block 1F
Pinnacle@Duxton, Singapore - 20100101.jpg
160 524 50 2009 1°16′36″N 103°50′29″E / 1.27667°N 103.84139°E / 1.27667; 103.84139 Public residential building. [126][127]
77= 15.0The Pinnacle@Duxton Block 1G
Pinnacle@Duxton, Singapore - 20100101.jpg
160 524 50 2009 1°16′36″N 103°50′29″E / 1.27667°N 103.84139°E / 1.27667; 103.84139 Public residential building. [128][129]
83= 15.0New Futura North Tower - 160 525 36 2017 [130]
83= 15.0New Futura South Tower - 160 525 36 2017 [131]
85 15.0Scotts Square Scotts Wing - 159 523 42 2015 [132]
86= 16.0Hong Leong Finance Building
Ground-level view of a 45-storey, box-like building with a square cross section
158 518 45 1976 1°16′52.61″N 103°51′3.11″E / 1.2812806°N 103.8508639°E / 1.2812806; 103.8508639 [133][134]
86= 34.0Raffles City Tower
Ground-level view of the three skyscrapers, each successively taller from left to right. The towers have white facades with dark windows and a rectangular cross-section, and the building farthest to the right is the most prominent.
158 518 42 1986 1°17′37″N 103°51′11″E / 1.29361°N 103.85306°E / 1.29361; 103.85306 [135][136]
86= 06.0Centennial Tower
Ground-level view of a 40-storey skyscraper with a rounded facade and an open, lattice-work structure on the roof
158 518 37 1997 1°17′36.32″N 103°51′36.55″E / 1.2934222°N 103.8601528°E / 1.2934222; 103.8601528 [137][138]
86= 34.076 Shenton - 158 518 40 2014 [139]
86= 34.0SkyOasis @ Dawson Block 39A - 158 518 45 2020 Estimated height. Public residential building. [140]
86= 34.0SkyOasis @ Dawson Block 40A - 158 518 45 2020 Estimated height. Public residential building. [141]
86= 34.0SkyOasis @ Dawson Block 42A - 158 518 45 2020 Estimated height. Public residential building. [142]
86= 34.0SkyOasis @ Dawson Block 43A - 158 518 45 2020 Estimated height. Public residential building. [143]
86= 34.0SkyResidence @ Dawson Block 30 - 158 518 45 2020 Estimated height. Public residential building. [144]
86= 34.0SkyResidence @ Dawson Block 32 - 158 518 45 2020 Estimated height. Public residential building. [145]
86= 34.0SkyResidence @ Dawson Block 33 - 158 518 45 2020 Estimated height. Public residential building. [146]
86= 34.0SkyResidence @ Dawson Block 34 - 158 518 45 2020 Estimated height. Public residential building. [147]
86= 34.0SkyResidence @ Dawson Block 36 - 158 518 45 2020 Estimated height. Public residential building. [148]
86= 34.0SkyResidence @ Dawson Block 37 - 158 518 45 2020 Estimated height. Public residential building. [149]
100 08.0Straits Trading Building - 157 515 29 2010 [150]
101 08.0Mapletree Business City II - 155 510 30 2016 [151]
102= 08.0Echelon Tower 1 - 155 509 42 2016 [152]
102= 08.0Echelon Tower 2 - 155 509 42 2016 [153]
104 08.0Ascentia Sky - 155 507 45 2014 [154]
105= 08.0Nouvel 18 Tower A - 154 505 36 2014 [155]
105= 08.0Nouvel 18 Tower B - 154 505 36 2014 [156]
105= 08.0Spottiswoode Suites - 154 505 36 2017 [157]
105= 08.0Artra - 154 505 44 2021 [158]
109= 25.0One George Street
Ground-level view of a 20-storey skyscraper with a brown façade; the building has a rectangular cross section and is cut-off roughly 10 stories up, with the uppermost 10 floors partially protruding out over the street below.
153 502 23 2004 1°17′8.79″N 103°50′51.75″E / 1.2857750°N 103.8477083°E / 1.2857750; 103.8477083 [159][160]
109= 08.0Scotts Tower - 153 502 31 2017 [161]
111= 22.0Hilton Singapore Orchard Tower Two
Ground-level view of two concrete towers; the one on the right is more prominent, and has a windowless anterior facade with triangular structures protruding from the roof.
152 499 40 1973 1°18′07.6″N 103°50′10.0″E / 1.302111°N 103.836111°E / 1.302111; 103.836111 Formerly The Mandarin Singapore[162][163]
111= 04.0Chevron House
Ground-level view of a narrow, 30-storey skyscraper with a rectangular cross section and rounded anterior siding; a protruding circular spire is visible on the roof.
152 499 33 1993 1°17′3.81″N 103°51′6.64″E / 1.2843917°N 103.8518444°E / 1.2843917; 103.8518444 [164][165]
113= 34.0The Clift, Singapore - 151 495 43 2010 Estimated height. [166]
113= 34.0SkyParc @ Dawson Block 94 - 151 495 43 2019 Estimated height. Public residential building. [167]
113= 34.0SkyParc @ Dawson Block 96 - 151 495 43 2019 Estimated height. Public residential building. [168]
116= 13.0The Gateway East
Ground-level view of a sharp, narrow corner on a building with a striped metal and glass facade
150 492 37 1990 1°17′55.71″N 103°51′32.15″E / 1.2988083°N 103.8589306°E / 1.2988083; 103.8589306 [169][170]
116= 14.0The Gateway West
Ground-level view of a sharp, narrow corner on a building with a metal and glass facade
150 492 37 1990 1°17′55.71″N 103°51′32.15″E / 1.2988083°N 103.8589306°E / 1.2988083; 103.8589306 [171][172]
116= 19.0Lippo Centre
Ground-level view of a 30-storey, box-like structure with a square cross section. The corner is windowless and slightly receded from the rest of the structure.
150 492 34 1990 1°16′23.03″N 103°50′40.38″E / 1.2730639°N 103.8445500°E / 1.2730639; 103.8445500 [173][174]
116= 11.0OUE Downtown Tower Two
DBS Tower Two.JPG
150 492 36 1994 1°16′37.40″N 103°50′54.06″E / 1.2770556°N 103.8483500°E / 1.2770556; 103.8483500 Formerly DBS Building Tower Two [175]
116= 11.0Concourse Skyline - 150 492 40 2010 [176]
116= 11.0Sculptura Ardmore - 150 492 35 2015 [177]

Tallest under construction

This lists buildings that are under construction in Singapore. A floor count of 40 stories is used as the cutoff for buildings whose heights have not yet been released by their developers.

Name Image Height (m)* Height (ft)* Floors Year
(est.)
Coordinates Notes
08.0Marina Bay Sands Tower 4 2025 [178]
08.0Avenue South Residence Tower 1 192 630 56 2023 [179]
08.0Avenue South Residence Tower 2 192 630 56 2023 [180]
08.0Guoco MidTown TBC TBC 30 2022 [181]
08.0Central Boulevard Towers West Tower 245 804 48 2022 [182]
08.0Shaw Tower TBC TBC 35 2023
08.0One Bernam TBC TBC 40 2025
08.0CanningHill Piers Tower 1 180 591 48 2025 [183]
08.0One Pearl Bank 1 178 583 39 2023 [184]
08.0One Pearl Bank 2 178 583 39 2023 [184]

* Table entries without text indicate that information regarding building heights has not yet been released.

Timeline of tallest buildings

This lists commercial buildings that once held the title of tallest building in Singapore. As of 2016, the title of tallest building in Singapore is held by Guoco Tower.

Name Image Street address Years as tallest Height (m) Height (ft) Floors Coordinates Reference Notes
Cathay Building[C]
Rounded building with two visibile facades; the lower floors have a concrete exterior with grooved, triangular niches and round, protruding edges. The uppermost floors, slightly less prominent, have a glass exterior.
2 Handy Road 1939–1954 70 230 17 1°17′57.5″N 103°50′51.5″E / 1.299306°N 103.847639°E / 1.299306; 103.847639 [4] Demolished in 2003
Asia Insurance Building
Beige rectangular building, 20 storeys and at 87 metres tall, with newer taller skyscrapers seen in the background.
2 Finlayson Green 1954–1971 87 285 20 1°16′55″N 103°51′05″E / 1.28194°N 103.85139°E / 1.28194; 103.85139 [185]
The Mandarin Singapore Tower One
Ground-level view of two concrete towers; the one on the right is more prominent, and has a windowless lateral facade with triangular structures protruding from the roof.
333 Orchard Road 1971–1973 144 472 36 1°18′07.6″N 103°50′10.0″E / 1.302111°N 103.836111°E / 1.302111; 103.836111 [186]
The Mandarin Singapore Tower Two[A]
Ground-level view of two concrete towers; the one on the right is more prominent, and has a windowless lateral facade with triangular structures protruding from the roof.
333 Orchard Road 1973–1975 152 499 40 1°18′07.6″N 103°50′10.0″E / 1.302111°N 103.836111°E / 1.302111; 103.836111 [163]
UIC Building[A][C]
40-storey box-like structure seen from Shenton Way.
5 Shenton Way 1973–1975 152 499 40 1°16′40.51″N 103°50′58.49″E / 1.2779194°N 103.8495806°E / 1.2779194; 103.8495806 [187] Demolished in 2013
DBS Building Tower One
Distant view of a box-like building with many black ridges; a similar-looking building is located directly behind it.
6 Shenton Way 1975–1986 201 659 50 1°16′37.40″N 103°50′54.06″E / 1.2770556°N 103.8483500°E / 1.2770556; 103.8483500 [51]
OUB Centre[B]
Ground-level view of 60-storey building whose cross section is a square with a diagonal projection from one corner. In the top 10 storeys part of the square is missing and only a diagonal remains.
1 Raffles Place 1986–2016 280 919 63 1°17′04.89″N 103°51′03.70″E / 1.2846917°N 103.8510278°E / 1.2846917; 103.8510278 [5]
UOB Plaza One[B]
Ground-level view of several skyscrapers; the building on the right is the tallest and has a square cross section with several diagonal protrusions. A shorter building on the left resembles it closely.
80 Raffles Place 1992–2016 280 919 67 1°17′08″N 103°50′59″E / 1.28556°N 103.84972°E / 1.28556; 103.84972 [12]
Republic Plaza[B]
Ground-level view of 70-storey building. The exterior has a reddish hue with dark windows. The building tapers slightly at two points.
9 Raffles Place 1995–2016 280 919 66 1°16′58″N 103°51′04″E / 1.28278°N 103.85111°E / 1.28278; 103.85111 [14]
Guoco Tower
Tanjong Pagar Centre.jpg
Choon Guan Street 2016– Present 284 931 64 1°16′37.560″N 103°50′45.960″E / 1.27710000°N 103.84610000°E / 1.27710000; 103.84610000 [9]

Notes

A. ^ a b The UIC Building, completed in 1973, tied the height of Meritus Mandarin Singapore Tower Two. The city therefore had two tallest buildings until the completion of the United Overseas Bank Plaza Two in 1974.
B. ^ a b c The United Overseas Bank Plaza One, completed in 1992, tied the height of the Overseas Union Bank Centre. The city therefore had two tallest buildings until the completion of Republic Plaza in 1995, which also tied the height of the two older structures. From 1995 to 2016, Singapore had three tallest buildings until Guoco Tower was completed.
C. ^ a The building has since been demolished.

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