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Fountain of Wealth
Singapore

The Fountain of Wealth (Chinese: 财富之泉) is listed by the Guinness Book of Records in 1998 as the largest fountain in the world. It is located in one of Singapore's largest shopping malls, Suntec City.

During certain periods of the day, the fountain is turned off and visitors are invited to walk around a mini fountain at the centre of the fountain's base for good luck. At night, the fountain is the setting for laser performances, as well as "live" song and laser message dedications between 8pm to 9pm daily. It is situated in such a way the fountain is the hub of the shopping mall.

For more information, refer to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fountain_of_Wealth

Copyright: Min Heo
Typ: Spherical
Upplösning: 8000x4000
Uppladdad: 23/07/2010
Uppdaterad: 30/09/2014
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