Thousands of people, many of them tourists, thronged the Champs Elysées avenue to watch the march past involving 4,290 soldiers, 220 vehicles, 250 horses, 64 jets and 30 helicopters.
Kim Jong Un is not believed to have left his hotel since a meeting with Singapore's prime minister, Lee Hsien Loong, soon after his arrival on Sunday in the city-state.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un landed in Singapore on Sunday ahead of a summit with US President Donald Trump that could end a nuclear stand-off between the old foes ...
US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un are expected to land in Singapore today within hours of each other in advance of a historic summit over the reclusive country's arsenal of nuclear weapons.
Talks between the leaders on June 12 are expected to centre on ending the North's nuclear weapons and missiles programmes in return for diplomatic and economic incentives.
As Singapore prepares for the arrival of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, another Kim has received a less-than-warm welcome from Singaporean authorities.
Singapore airspace will be restricted during the planned US-N.Korea summit next week, according to a notice to airmen posted by aviation authorities on Wednesday ...
Such disruptions are rare in the wealthy Southeast Asian city-state, where residents and businesses are used to efficient and uninterrupted public utilities services.
At least six countries, including the United States and Switzerland, are investigating claims that $4.5bn was siphoned out of the fund.