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Crazy Rich Asians, the movie adaptation of Kevin Kwan’s bestselling novel, shows a side of Singapore most people – not even Singaporeans – get to see. It chronicles the lives of the country’s insanely rich, served with a side of romance and jealousy.

While the story is largely set in Singapore, filming took place both in the city state and neighbouring Malaysia, with attractions such as Singapore’s Marina Bay Sands and Newton Food Centre, and Malaysia’s Cheong Fatt Sze Mansion in Penang getting some airtime.

While Crazy is certainly the most recent high-profile Hollywood movie to be filmed in these here parts, it is by no means the only one.

Here are five other international titles that you may not have known were set or filmed in Singapore or Malaysia.

Crazy Rich Asians, the movie adaptation of Kevin Kwan’s bestselling novel, shows a side of Singapore most people – not even Singaporeans – get to see. It chronicles the lives of the country’s insanely rich, served with a side of romance and jealousy.

While the story is largely set in Singapore, filming took place both in the city state and neighbouring Malaysia, with attractions such as Singapore’s Marina Bay Sands and Newton Food Centre, and Malaysia’s Cheong Fatt Sze Mansion in Penang getting some airtime.

While Crazy is certainly the most recent high-profile Hollywood movie to be filmed in these here parts, it is by no means the only one.

Here are five other international titles that you may not have known were set or filmed in Singapore or Malaysia.

Crazy Rich Asians, the movie adaptation of Kevin Kwan’s bestselling novel, shows a side of Singapore most people – not even Singaporeans – get to see. It chronicles the lives of the country’s insanely rich, served with a side of romance and jealousy.

While the story is largely set in Singapore, filming took place both in the city state and neighbouring Malaysia, with attractions such as Singapore’s Marina Bay Sands and Newton Food Centre, and Malaysia’s Cheong Fatt Sze Mansion in Penang getting some airtime.

While Crazy is certainly the most recent high-profile Hollywood movie to be filmed in these here parts, it is by no means the only one.

Here are five other international titles that you may not have known were set or filmed in Singapore or Malaysia.

Crazy Rich Asians, the movie adaptation of Kevin Kwan’s bestselling novel, shows a side of Singapore most people – not even Singaporeans – get to see. It chronicles the lives of the country’s insanely rich, served with a side of romance and jealousy.

While the story is largely set in Singapore, filming took place both in the city state and neighbouring Malaysia, with attractions such as Singapore’s Marina Bay Sands and Newton Food Centre, and Malaysia’s Cheong Fatt Sze Mansion in Penang getting some airtime.

While Crazy is certainly the most recent high-profile Hollywood movie to be filmed in these here parts, it is by no means the only one.

Here are five other international titles that you may not have known were set or filmed in Singapore or Malaysia.

Crazy Rich Asians, the movie adaptation of Kevin Kwan’s bestselling novel, shows a side of Singapore most people – not even Singaporeans – get to see. It chronicles the lives of the country’s insanely rich, served with a side of romance and jealousy.

While the story is largely set in Singapore, filming took place both in the city state and neighbouring Malaysia, with attractions such as Singapore’s Marina Bay Sands and Newton Food Centre, and Malaysia’s Cheong Fatt Sze Mansion in Penang getting some airtime.

While Crazy is certainly the most recent high-profile Hollywood movie to be filmed in these here parts, it is by no means the only one.

Here are five other international titles that you may not have known were set or filmed in Singapore or Malaysia.

Crazy Rich Asians, the movie adaptation of Kevin Kwan’s bestselling novel, shows a side of Singapore most people – not even Singaporeans – get to see. It chronicles the lives of the country’s insanely rich, served with a side of romance and jealousy.

While the story is largely set in Singapore, filming took place both in the city state and neighbouring Malaysia, with attractions such as Singapore’s Marina Bay Sands and Newton Food Centre, and Malaysia’s Cheong Fatt Sze Mansion in Penang getting some airtime.

While Crazy is certainly the most recent high-profile Hollywood movie to be filmed in these here parts, it is by no means the only one.

Here are five other international titles that you may not have known were set or filmed in Singapore or Malaysia.

Crazy Rich Asians, the movie adaptation of Kevin Kwan’s bestselling novel, shows a side of Singapore most people – not even Singaporeans – get to see. It chronicles the lives of the country’s insanely rich, served with a side of romance and jealousy.

While the story is largely set in Singapore, filming took place both in the city state and neighbouring Malaysia, with attractions such as Singapore’s Marina Bay Sands and Newton Food Centre, and Malaysia’s Cheong Fatt Sze Mansion in Penang getting some airtime.

While Crazy is certainly the most recent high-profile Hollywood movie to be filmed in these here parts, it is by no means the only one.

Here are five other international titles that you may not have known were set or filmed in Singapore or Malaysia.

Crazy Rich Asians, the movie adaptation of Kevin Kwan’s bestselling novel, shows a side of Singapore most people – not even Singaporeans – get to see. It chronicles the lives of the country’s insanely rich, served with a side of romance and jealousy.

While the story is largely set in Singapore, filming took place both in the city state and neighbouring Malaysia, with attractions such as Singapore’s Marina Bay Sands and Newton Food Centre, and Malaysia’s Cheong Fatt Sze Mansion in Penang getting some airtime.

While Crazy is certainly the most recent high-profile Hollywood movie to be filmed in these here parts, it is by no means the only one.

Here are five other international titles that you may not have known were set or filmed in Singapore or Malaysia.

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1. Equals (2015)
1. Equals (2015)
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This sci-fi romance starred Kristen Stewart, Nicholas Hoult and Guy Pearce.

Singapore served as the location of an apocalyptic society where human beings have had all emotions genetically removed so as to eliminate crimes and strife.

Viewers can catch glimpses of the Marina Barrage, Singapore Botanic Gardens, Henderson Waves at Southern Ridges and the high-end condominium, Reflections at Keppel Bay.

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