Singapore may only be 54 years young, but us Singaporeans love our national icons and take pride in our local traditions.

With 3D printing being the technology of the future and a slew of ready-made files available online, we have shortlisted 7 super Singaporean designs to 3D print. Now you can convert your favourite Singapore icon into a miniature display piece at home!

  1.     Changi Airport Tower

Singapore’s Changi Airport is our pride and glory, clinching the #1 Airport spot year after year. We Singaporeans love our airport not only because it is reminiscent of our travels, but also because it is clean, has a wide variety of food options, many spaces to hang out, great architecture, interesting sculptures and exhibitions… we just love Changi Airport lah!

  1.     Marina Bay Sands

From Crazy Rich Asians to the Japanese anime A Place Further Than The Universe to Independence Day, Marina Bay Sands have garnered much attention worldwide in its short 9 years. Singaporeans are bound to visit MBS for one of its many exciting events, food spots, casino or even just to snap photos because MBS is simply, beautiful :’)

  1.     F1 Singapore Track

F1 fans rejoice! Yes, someone actually created 3D printable files of the F1 tracks, Singapore’s included. Gear up for September’s race with this ready made STL file, and hype up for the stunning night race set against Singapore’s magnificent skyline.

  1.     Miniature Plastic Chair

Every Singaporean’s bum has probably sat on one of these before – the old skool plastic chairs that can be found in mama shops and homes. We found this 3D print particularly adorable, especially when 3D printed in red!

  1.     Old School Pelican Playground

Singapore’s history may only be a fraction of other countries’, but we have our very own traditional icons to look back on too – just like this pelican playground! Why 3D print it though? Well, because you peli-CAN!

  1.     Merlion Figurine

Residing at the waterfront of Merlion Park, all Singaporeans have seen this icon before (along with many photos of people trying to aim the spewing water into their mouths/ waterbottles)! Why not create this uniquely Singaporean 3D print right in your home?

  1.     Sentosa Island Gate

Being an island city-state, Singaporeans are fortunate to have beaches close by no matter where they live on the island. This gateway is almost like a portal into a fun island within our island, away from our homework and responsibilities!