Singaporean music icons in their own right, Stefanie Sun and Nathan Hartono have released a video of them traveling around Singapore — and the result was everything we hoped it would be.
In the video, the duo embarks upon various Singaporean landmarks — dining at Tiong Bahru Market & Food Centre, sight-seeing at Singapore Botanic Gardens (touching upon their childhood memories of the place as children), and settling down at the now-defunct Clifford Pier.
The video is entirely presented in Mandarin, as part of Singapore Tourism Board's newest campaign, Passion Made Possible. Aimed at Chinese visitors, the four-minute segment was produced to engage a different side of Singapore, one away from the regular tourist attractions.
"The millennial segment is a very big one for Chinese. Research has shown that they are seeking to explore a destination in a much deeper way. They want to go beyond the usual tourism landmarks, they want to live like a local, see where the locals eat and hang out," STB's chief executive Lionel Yeo tells The Straits Times.
For non-Chinese viewers, there's a special performance of an unreleased song by the duo at the end to take in.
Check out the full video below (or skip to 3:27 for their performance):