Product information "Orbx - Landmarks Singapore City Pack MSFS"
Welcome to Singapore, the Jewel of the Orient!
Orbx proudly presents a joint project of our Havant Studio and TrueEarth teams: Singapore Landmarks for Microsoft Flight Simulator. This is the latest in our top selling Landmarks and Cityscape series, which includes stunning global locations such as Sydney, London and Paris.
This global hub for Southeast Asia combines high-density urban and natural beauty thanks to its tropical climate.
Hundreds of models are waiting to be discovered including the Helix Bridge, the Old and New Supreme Courts, the Fullerton Bay Hotel and the colourful tree-like structures of Supertree Grove. Make sure to check out the animated Singapore Cable Car on the Harbourfront and Mount Faber.
At night, the city transforms into a futuristic world with state-of-the-art light shows and jaw-dropping visual effects that dominate the night sky. It truly is a sight to behold.
Landmarks Singapore is a true Jewel of the Orient for flight simulation, capturing our imagination day and night, with so much to discover!
20 high-detail custom landmarks including Supertree Grove, Helix Bridge, Marina One, Fullerton Hotel, and the Supreme Court buildings
109 medium-detail custom landmarks, balancing quality and performance
Highly detailed Singapore Cable Car with animated gondolas
Extensive terraforming across the coverage area, enhancing how our custom landmarks sit within the simulator’s terrain
Unique laser lights on the Marina Bay Sands Hotel (between 7PM and midnight)
Custom night lighting based on real-world photography.
Enhancements to harbour, port, and industrial areas between Jurong Island and Changi Airport
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