Here are pictures of the new SAF No.4 "Pixelised" uniform. It was first introduced in 2008, which is what these items are dated as. As with other Singapore items, these are made in China.
There are several very interesting features of this uniform. On the jacket there is a small patch of velcro behind the rank instead of a button. This is really useful, IMHO, because it's sometimes quite difficult to button up a jacket when one of the buttons is under the rank flap.
The rank flap is sewn down to the uniform, which means it is actually a loop. Because it can't slip on the rank itself has velcro on its back. This allows it to stay securely on the loop. I suspect this feature keeps the rank flap from being accidentally unattached during field use.
The trousers have velcroed camo straps on the insides of each leg at knee height. I presume this helps keep knee pad straps from slipping down the leg. An apparent prototype actually had the knee reinforcements velcroed on the sides so the knee pad would go underneath, which definitely prevented it from moving but did mean the knee cloth would get beat to Hell pretty quickly. This is a better arrangement IMHO.
Interestingly there is velcro provided only for the unit badge on the right arm. Everything else is sewn directly onto the uniform.
There is a desert version of this uniform. I wonder if I'll ever be able to get one!
These features appear to be very useful and are certainly the first I've seen on any uniform. Pretty neat stuff!