50 Most Instagrammable Places in Singapore

Night time view of ArtScience Museum from Helix Bridge.

Thanks to Instagram, the way we travel has changed drastically. Whether you are a content creator or an avid landscape/street photographer, or you just wanna take epic travel photos and make all your IG friends jealous, here are 50 most Instagrammable places in Singapore to check out on your next Southeast Asia trip!

Top Instagrammable spots in Singapore to help you snatch new followers!Top Instagrammable spots in Singapore to help you snatch new followers!

Parks & Gardens

1 . Gardens by the Bay

There’s no doubt that Gardens by the Bay is one of the most well-known Singapore tourist attractions. What most people don’t know is that the park itself is a collection of three separate gardens. Below are my top picks for Instaworthy shots.

Afternoon walk at Supertree Grove in Gardens by the Bay.

Supertree Grove. Standing at 25 to 50 meters tall, these trees provide shade in the day and light up to music every night at 7:45pm and 8:45pm. Be sure to bring your wide angle lens!

Light show at Supertree Grove in Gardens by the Bay.

OCBC Walkway. Take a stroll amongst the supertrees! (Tip: double check their maintenance schedule and plan your visit accordingly.)

Walking through the supertrees at Gardens by the Bay OCBC Walkway.

Cloud Forest is home to the world’s tallest indoor waterfall. Did I mention it’s my fave part of the entire park?

 

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Floral Fantasy new! Explore four distinctive landscapes and enjoy a 4D ride 😉

2. Merlion Park

Merlion Park

A merlion is a mythical creature with the head of a lion and a fish’s body. Snap a picture with this Singapore mascot and check it off your list of things to see in Singapore!

3. Singapore Botanic Gardens

Fun fact: this is a 160-year-old UNESCO World Heritage Site. A popular Singapore Instagram spot here is the National Orchid Garden. There are a total of 1,000 different species and 2,000 hybrids of orchids. Talk about a sight not to be missed!

4. Universal Studios Singapore

There’s so much more to amusement parks than the rides. At Universal Studios Singapore, you can relive your childhood at Sesame Street or teleport yourself to New York Street. Explore a full list of their attractions and book your ticket in advance here.

5. Chinese Garden

Despite having been to Singapore four times now, I have yet to explore this beautiful gem. Keep in mind that it is a bit of a journey to get to. Nonetheless, it is well worth the trip!

6. Fort Canning Park

Follow White Rabbit down the rabbit hole in this Singaporean version of Alice in Wonderland.

7. Southern Ridges

If you haven’t noticed by now, Singapore is extremely green. Take a walk in nature and surround yourself in a lush paradise!

8. Jurong Birdpark

 

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Hanging out in an aviary. 🦉 📷:@oksana_domoratskaya #VisitSingapore

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While on the topic of walkways and bridges, Lory Loft at Jurong Bird Park is a must-visit in Singapore too. Be sure to feed the lory birds here!

9. Punggol Waterway Park

 

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By the waterway. This park is crazy huge; very interesting landscape along the HDB and the river.

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As its name suggests, this park is located in Punggol along Sentul Crescent. There are a total of four themed areas and is perfect for visiting with friends and family alike.

10. Marina Barrage

 

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Singapore calls itself the Garden City, and it’s making good on that promise! 👌♻️🌳 ~~~ When it comes to green Singapore really takes it to the next level and they don’t stop until they reach the highest level – the rooftops! 😅🔝 ~~~ The swirling green roof at School of Arts,Design & Media is a great example of that! The building is impressive to start with and the roof green helps it blend in with the surrounding, while still clearly standing out as unique. And the best part? You can WALK on it! In fact, this is one of the main functions of the green roof – to create informal gathering spaces where students, teachers and visitors can hang out 👨‍🎓👩‍🎓 ~~~ How cool is that? 😍

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On weekends, you can find locals gathered around here picnicking and flying kites.

11. Kent Ridge Park

 

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On a recent trip to Singapore, I planned to fly my drone here and take some aerial shots. Shockingly, however, this park is actually haunted!

As I was Googling about the park, I came across an article. During World War II, this used to be a battleground between Japanese soldiers and the Malay Regiment Army. Rumors have it that those who visited have experienced some sort of supernatural incident. That being the case, I ended up not going because I’m a scaredy cat. Consequently, I cannot verify if this is true or not so visit at your own risk!

12. Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve

Afternoon walk through Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve.Photo by Angela from Angie & James Do Stuff. Here is a full recap of their adventure.

Don’t have the stomach for horror? Sungei Buloh is a great alternative to Kent Ridge Park.

13. Macritchie Reservoir Park

 

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Sunday mornings 🐒

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Breaking news: monkey sighting reported! If you’re lucky, you might make a a new furry friend or two.

14. Bukit Timah Nature Reserve

Bukit Timah is nature’s StairMaster. Ditch the gym and head on outdoors for an exciting workout here.

15. Telok Blangah Hill Park

Add a pop of pink to your feed with the gorgeous bougainvilleas blooming here at Telok Blangah Hill Park.

Famous Landmarks

16. Singapore Flyer

View of Singapore Flyer from Gardens by the Bay.View of Singapore Flyer from across Marina Bay at Gardens by the Bay.

Moving onto the landmarks portion of top Instagrammable places in Singapore, this giant observation wheel makes for a fascinating photo backdrop. And of course, feel free to take in breathtaking views of Singapore’s futuristic skyline from the glass capsules here.

17. Helix Bridge

 

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Helix Bridge is a pedestrian bridge linking Marina Centre to Marina South. It illuminates during the evening, but is lovely no matter when you visit.

Night view of Helix Bridge.

Temples/Mosques

According to the Pew Research Center study conducted in 2014, Singapore is the most religiously diverse country in the world. From Buddhism to Christianity and Islam to Hinduism, this city-state is one big melting pot of multiculturalism.

18. Buddha Tooth Relic Temple

 

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Buddha Tooth Relic is both a Buddhist temple and a museum complex. It is located in Chinatown and lights up during special occasions such as Chinese New Year’s.

By the way, any Hayao Miyazaki fans out there? Doesn’t this remind you of Yubaba’s bathhouse from Spirited Away?

19. Masjid Sultan

Also known as Sultan Mosque, this national monument in Kampong Glam is another one of the more well-liked Instagram worthy places in Singapore. Its striking gold domes not only make for the perfect shot, they are an architectural wonder as well. Each dome base is decorated with glass bottle ends donated by lower-income Muslims. Regardless of one’s financial profile, everyone was allowed the chance to contribute to reconstructing this mosque.

20. Sri Mariamman Temple

Sri Mariamman is an agamic temple in the heart of Chinatown and is Singapore’s oldest Hindu temple.

Please note that the above three are places of worship. It is completely fine to take photos and admire their beauty, but be respectful and use your common sense for what is okay and not okay to do.

Museums

21. ArtScience Museum

Above is teamLab’s permanent exhibit “Future World: Where Art Meets Science”. Additionally, the night time view of the museum exterior is just as spectacular too. No wonder it’s one of the most trendy Instagrammable places in Singapore!

 

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22. S.E.A. Aquarium

S.E.A. Aquarium is home to more than 100,000 marine animals. In other words, it is a fantastic spot to bring your kids to over the weekend.

23. National Museum of Singapore

 

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There’s no elevator to your goals; take the stairs. 👣 #ExploreSingapore

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As Singapore’s oldest museum, you can expect to find super fun and eye-opening exhibits here.

24. National Gallery of Singapore

In comparison to the National Museum of Singapore, this museum recently opened in 2015 and is relatively new. If you are a fan of contemporary art, this is your jam!

25. Peranakan Museum

 

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The name says it all. Peranakan Museum is a museum showcasing Peranakan culture. The building itself is in a stunning Eclectic Classical style and is incredibly photogenic. Visit with a thirst for knowledge and explore their unique Southeast Asian traditions and distinctive visual arts.

Psttt! There’s also a new Perankan Gallery in Changi Airport Terminal 4.

Cafés/Bars/Restaurants

26. The White Rabbit

Cocktail hour at The White Rabbit.

 

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Come enjoy a tranquil, gin-infused evening at #therabbitholesg ✨

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The White Rabbit is Singapore’s only gin garden bar. Not only are their cocktails too pretty to drink, their whimsical Rabbit Hole design is also a cute photo op.

27. The Summer House

Tucked away in the idyllic Seletar countryside, The Summerhouse offers unique Garden Dome dining experiences. Reservations must be made in advance!

28. ATLAS

Gin o'clock at ATLAS Singapore.

This grand lobby and bar is ranked #5 on Asia’s 50 best bars. If you love gin, you’ll love ATLAS.

29. Mr. Stork

Rooftop drinking at Mr. Stork.Photo taken from The Peak.

Mr. Stork is located on the 39th floor at Andaz Singapore. It offers 360-degree views of the city and is a romantic date night spot. I’d cheers to a view like that!

Book your stay at Andaz Singapore here.

30. Potato Head Singapore

 

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Sunny day, here in Singapore. Perfect weather, to go explore! #LumixG95

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Originating from Bali’s famous beach club, Potato Head Singapore is a burger joint, classy speakeasy, and lively rooftop bar all in one. Even though burgers are their main specialty, I highly recommend the Pokemon poké bowl!

Photography with a professional DSLR is not allowed inside. Don’t forget to put down your camera and simply enjoy the moment! Special shoutout to Jason @smashpop. We met staying at KēSa House across the street and his work will blow your mind.

31. Central Perk Café

This one is for all my Friends fans out there. Bring your pals along and recreate your favorite scene!

Hotels

32. Marina Bay Sands

Marina Bay Sands is more than a hotel. It is an integrated resort featuring a mall, a museum, two theaters, celebrity chef restaurants, and the world’s largest atrium casino. More importantly, its SkyPark Infinity Pool will have you clicking away on your camera non-stop!

Check out my full, un-biased review and how I got a free room upgrade here

33. The Ritz-Carlton

Rose petal baths at The Ritz is probably every girl’s dream! And would you look at that view? Surely there’s no better way to pamper yourself!

Book your stay at Ritz Carlton here.

34. PARKROYAL on Pickering

This luxury hotel’s garden oasis concept has earned a spot in the heart of many local aerial photographers. Even if you do not own a drone, you can still take a picture in their bird cage cabanas.

Psttt! Did you know that they are eco-friendly and have won Singapore’s highest environmental certification? Book your stay at PARKROYAL on Pickering here.

35. The Fullerton Hotel Singapore

 

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Built in 1928 in neoclassical style, The Fullerton Hotel has played an important role in Singapore’s rich history. Today, it is a luxurious, 400-room heritage hotel.

Book your stay at The Fullerton Hotel Singapore here.

In & Around the City

36. Former House of Tan Teng Niah

Little IndiaFormer House of Tan Teng Niah in Little India.

2015 right, 2019 left.

Little India is notably one of the most colorful Instagrammable places in Singapore. Former House of Tan Teng Niah, in particular, was one of the places in this district that I’d really wanted to see during my first Singapore trip years back. (This was before it even started trending on IG!) Fast forward a few years later, I revisited again and it’s still as vibrant as ever.

37. Haji Lane

Raise your hand if you love murals. Well, this one’s for you! Located in Kampong Glam, Haji Lane is full of quirky photo ops. The hip cafés and independent fashion boutiques here are especially popular amongst youngsters in Singapore.

For a complete guide on where to eat and where to shop, head on over to Honeycombers.

38. Dream

I’d initially found this place by luck when strolling along the waters. Since I’d just finished a couple shoots, I was exhausted and not feeling cute for the gram. That said, Sunetra from @globetrottingsu has captured Singapore’s dreamscapes flawlessly. I’ve been following Su for quite some time now and believe it or not, she is based in Singapore. Don’t forget to give her a follow if you want more local recommendations!

39. library@orchard

Orchard Road is known for shopping. Not a fan of shopping? Escape the busyness of it all to a tranquil sanctuary of books!

40. Clarke Quay

Unwind from your whole day of activities and sip on a glass of beer by the riverside.

41. Sentosa Island

 

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Feet off the ground, head in the ☁️ Tag a buddy to Skyride with! 📷: @gohshaokai #SentosaCreators

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Sentosa Island is an island resort with lively beach party scenes and exciting outdoor activities. Fees apply for island entry. See below:

  • $1 by foot (fee waived until December 31st, 2020
  • Fee by bike and bus
  • $2-6 (depending on time of visit) per vehicle by car/taxi
  • $4 by Sentosa Express monorail (or $2 for concession cards)
  • $33 by cable car from Mount Faber or Harbourfront

This is a super long list so by now you’re probably only scrolling through the pictures. Before we continue onto the next category, here is a special bonus for those who actually read and pay attention… Peranakan Houses on Koon Seng Road is one of the top Instagrammable places in Singapore frequented by female travel bloggers. The reason I’m not explicitly including this is because locals reside in these houses. If groups of tourists started showing up at my home everyday, I’d probably be pretty annoyed. That said, if you decide to pay a visit, please be respectful and put your camera shutter on silent. Try not to linger too long like those influencers who bring suitcases for product shoots lol. (Yes, that’s a thing! I’ve seen pictures of it and it’s completely bizarre!)

Other Architectural Wonders

42. Jewel Changi Airport + HSBC Rain Vortex

Unless you’ve been living under a rock these past couple of months, you’ve probably seen this newly built $1.7 billion complex all over social media.

This futuristic green space features 14 different attractions from the most famous HSBC Rain Vortex to the Canopy Bridge and Mirror Maze – just to name a few. In addition to that, there are retail shops and restaurants to ensure travellers have a pleasant in-transit experience. No wonder Singapore Changi Airport has been ranked as the world’s best airport since 2013! It’s not an airport; it’s a destination in itself.

Note that the rain vortex only operates from 9am to 11:30pm with light and sound shows running at hourly intervals between 7:30pm to 11:30pm daily. 

43. ION Orchard

 

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Getting bored waiting for the girlfriend to finish her retail therapy? Or perhaps you’re not a big spender, but your gal pals love to shop ’til they drop? Besides being a shopping mall, ION Orchard’s impressive design is sure to wow you at night.

44. The Hive

Yet another spot that is both striking on the exterior and remarkable on the interior. An alternative name for The Hive is the Learning Hub and it is located in Nanyang Technological University. Can you imagine going to school there?

45. Old Hill Street Police Station

The Old Hill Street Police Station is a historic building and former police station in Singapore. Looking to add some color to your feed? This is the place to go!

46. People’s Park Complex

 

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This yellow commercial and residential building makes for a vibrant backdrop for portrait photography.

47. Fountain of Wealth at Suntec City

Fountain of Wealth

This was a highlight for me during my first time in Singapore as I loved the light shows here. (They run every day at 8:00pm, 8:30pm, and 9:00pm.) In 1998, it was listed by Guinness Book of Records as the largest fountain in the world. Much to my surprise, however, it’s not much of a touristy spot at all.

Rumors have it that if you extend your hand out into the center of the fall and circle around it three times, you will be blessed with good fortune. I didn’t notice much of a difference, but give it a try and let me know in the comments below.

48. The Interlace

 

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A unique way of living.

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This 1000-unit jenga apartment complex is a favorite amongst drone pilots. I mean, would you look at how incredible it is from above!?

50. LASALLE College of the Arts

Can’t call yourself an arts school if your buildings aren’t artsy AF, am I right?

P.S. is it obvious that I love Jimmy Chan @jimchanfc‘s urban shots? I tried to include photos of Instagrammable places in Singapore from a variety of different content creators, but it’s hard not to share more of his talented work. Check out Jimmy’s Instagram for more Singapore inspo!

Bonus

Singapore is constantly booming with new restaurants, structures, and exhibitions. The list of Instagrammable places in Singapore simply never ends! Below are a few additional bonus items you absolutely cannot miss out on.

51. The Bubble Tea Factory

This brand new immersive bubble tea-themed exhibit recently launched in October 2019 and will only run until December 18th, 2019. Definitely check it out if you’re going to be in Singapore before then.

52. Night Safari

 

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Admission to this Singapore wildlife reserve isn’t cheap. However, it is 100% worth it – especially if you are into wildlife photography. There are a total of 17 various animals from Asian elephants and clouded leopards to fishing cats and Malayan flying fox. Prepare for a jaw-dropping experience!

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And there you have it, 50 most Instagrammable places in Singapore.

Top Instagrammable spots in Singapore to help you snatch new followers!Top Instagrammable spots in Singapore to help you snatch new followers!

Yay!!! Give yourself a pat on the back if you’ve made it all the way to the end of this list.

Despite Singapore being the 20th smallest country in the world, it’s a city where you will never get bored. I have visited three times this year alone and it has easily become a new favorite destination to shoot. Have fun shooting and I’ll see you in the next post!

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38 Comments

  1. Anda
    November 7, 2019 / 6:31 pm

    Indeed very photogenic locations! I’ve never been in Singapore, but these photos are really enticing. I’m hoping to see some of them in real life someday.

  2. November 7, 2019 / 10:44 pm

    This is supercool. We are heading to Singapore early next year and I’m gonna keep in mind all of these!
    Botanic Garden looks spectacular. Did you actually lose your shoes there or was it for the picture? Fort Canning Park is just wow! The angle of the photograph is breathtaking!
    Bukit Timah and Makrichie Reservoir Park are so serene and so natural. If I hadn’t known I wouldn’t have guessed this to be Singapore!

  3. November 8, 2019 / 7:30 am

    Thanks for taking me back to Singapore. We saw a lot in 3 days. But I now see we need to go back. I wish we had visited the Chinese Garden at sunset. For Canning Park definitely does look like an Alice in Wonderland spot. There are so many parks that we missed. But I would not miss skipping a monkey experience. Good to have some indoor spots on the list. Maybe we will visit the Arts and Science Museum or the Aquarium. The night safari does look like a great splurge. Definitely need to head back.

  4. Kristy Bullard
    November 8, 2019 / 10:09 am

    I would love to visit Singapore one day. There are so many great places to take photos, but I think Gardens by the Bay is my favorite!

  5. November 9, 2019 / 8:48 am

    WOW. I definitely didn’t give Singapore enough credit for its incredible architecture and gardens. These photos are gorgeous and definitely makes me want to jump inside those pictures. From the ultra-modern hotels to the historic temples, the city now has a lot more depth to me. Thanks!

  6. November 9, 2019 / 10:13 am

    Yes, Singapore has a lot of instagrammable places. In fact, we had our prenup shoot there and I really loved our photos taken at the Gardens by the Bay.

    The Floral Fantasy background is also such a nice spot. Will try to visit during our next trip.

    Though, I have never thought about the background at the Marina Bay Sands but your photo is just stunning.

    Anyway, Thank you so much for sharing this. Bookmarking this for future refence.

  7. November 9, 2019 / 2:22 pm

    Wow, what spectacular photos. Thank you very much for compiling this collection. Makes me really want to go to Singapore!!!

  8. November 10, 2019 / 3:19 am

    I just want to book a ticket to Singapore right now to check out some of these amazing places. Those super trees are now on my bucket list, both during the day and at night! Wow!

  9. November 10, 2019 / 6:11 am

    Wow, this is like the ultimate list! I wish I’d had a list like this to refer to before I visited Singapore 🙂

  10. Yukti Agrawal
    November 10, 2019 / 8:02 am

    You have taken all superb shots of Singapore and thanks for sharing all the photogenic places of Singapore. My first choice would be Supertree Grove. It is great that you tipped us to bring your wide angle lens. Sri Mariamman temple in the heart of Chinatown which is Singapore’s oldest Hindu temple looks very colorful.

  11. November 10, 2019 / 1:06 pm

    So many great spots in Singapore! I especially love Gardens by the Bay, those trees are incredible. The mix of technology and nature works really well and it’s great for creating images. I really need to go back and visit this great place again!

  12. November 10, 2019 / 1:53 pm

    thanks for this. When I was in Singapore, I was only there for 1 day. A quick stroll around Chinatown, strolling around the cultural neighborhoods, down to see the laser show in the evening and that was it. Now you have given me a list of all the places and next time I am definitely planning to stay longer in Singapore. I especially want to check out that indoor waterfall!

  13. Parnashree Devi
    November 11, 2019 / 12:13 am

    OMG…you have captured these places so beautifully. I can’t wait to visit Singapore to capture everything you have mentioned. The Photographs are simply outstanding. My favorite is undoubtedly Fort Canning Park. Thanks for providing this list.

  14. November 11, 2019 / 1:29 am

    I really cant wait to go to Singapore, it has been my dream for a very long time, if it’s like Hong Kong, i am going to go super snappy crazy. These photos look amazing!

  15. November 11, 2019 / 4:47 am

    Wow! I’ve heard about Singapur being a “green city”, but would never thought that it has so many amazing parks and gardens 😮 That post definitely put it much higher on my bucket list. Thanks for inspiration and congrats on your photography skills – beautiful photos!

  16. November 11, 2019 / 7:57 am

    I was in Singapore two years ago and it is definitely a cool city with interesting architecture. The whole city is almost made for Instagram. I had no idea most of these spots even existed! The Gardens by the Bay and Botanical Gardens were my favorite, but the rest of the parks all look really pretty as well.

  17. November 11, 2019 / 1:49 pm

    Wow, so many beautiful places. Singapore is now on my bucket list!

  18. November 11, 2019 / 2:22 pm

    Your photos are incredible – I knew Singapore was a cool place to visit but I didn’t realise just how cool! Thanks for such a great post!

  19. November 11, 2019 / 2:41 pm

    Singapore seems to have unique and amazing places to visit. It is tough for me to say which one is the best but I would love to visit all of these places. Gardens by the Bay and Cloud Forest looks out of the world. 4D ride in Floral fantasy sounds quite exciting. You must have an awesome time visiting all these hot places.

  20. Elizabeth
    November 11, 2019 / 3:38 pm

    Singapore is stunning! Visiting the Gardens bn the Bay is so high on my bucket list.

  21. November 11, 2019 / 5:54 pm

    Uh yes! Most definitely they are all inspiring Instagram-worthy posts. How do you choose a favourite, they are all stunning. I am a sucker for bookstores, water reflection and pink…so those would be a few of my favourites 😊

  22. November 11, 2019 / 7:24 pm

    I love the helix bridge and the description of ocbc. I particularly like the way you have embedded your instagram handle in the post. Singapore goes up by a few notches in my bucket list….

  23. November 11, 2019 / 7:30 pm

    Very creative way to turn your IG posts into a story. Nicely done. Quite a few fun images too. Totally enamoured with the Helix Bridge and of course the Gardens by the Bay and the incredible trees — that have appeared in literally millions of photos. They must be truly amazing in person.

  24. November 11, 2019 / 9:41 pm

    Simply breathtaking areas, I had no idea of some of these absolutely other worldly spots in Singapore. I had seen photos of the Gardens by the Bay, but didn’t quite understand them, thank you for all of the information about them. Fort Canning Park and Bukit Timah Nature Reserve would be must visits for me as well. Eek I must visit!

  25. November 12, 2019 / 2:35 am

    Great ideas! And ooh there is a Central Perk cafe too! Would love to visit. Love your pictures of Gardens by the Bay and Floral Fantasy.

  26. November 12, 2019 / 4:01 am

    Ooh, I already want to go to Singapore, and this just makes me all the more anxious to! What a beautiful place, and amazing photos!

  27. November 12, 2019 / 5:13 am

    I’ll be going to Singapore soon, so I’ll definitely be checking out some of these fabulous locations. Can’t wait. I didn’t realise Gardens By The Bay was actually 3 different gardens.

  28. November 12, 2019 / 7:19 am

    Not much to say but WOW… those pictures are stunning!!

  29. November 12, 2019 / 8:10 am

    Singapore looks like a gorgeous destination and very picturesque! I would love to go to all the places you mentioned in this post and take amazing photos. Thanks for sharing this thorough guide to these great places!

  30. November 12, 2019 / 9:27 am

    Woaaah you found so many perfect photo spots around Singapore. I visited there years ago, and I have to admit, we did not worry about this kind of photography at all. I was more interested in finding the best food! 😉

    I really hope lots of these folks are having fun and enjoying the sights *as well* as taking beautiful photos. I mean, travel is best when you experience it, not just when you show off how pretty a place is..

  31. November 12, 2019 / 5:22 pm

    I love Singapore and I want to comeback here in the future. Great compilation of Singapore best areas to have great memorable keepsake that will make everyone Wow.

  32. November 12, 2019 / 9:23 pm

    These are some stunning images. One of the gorgeous cities in the world. Marina Bay Sands is an architectural miracle

  33. Ketki
    November 13, 2019 / 2:55 am

    I absolutely love how you have colour coordinated your outfits and props with the background – the photos are absolutely gorgeous! I don’t think I can make it to all in different clothes.. haha.. since I’ll be on a short tour. But these are some fatastic ideas!

  34. November 13, 2019 / 6:00 am

    Singapore has probably the most beautiful man-made monuments and attractions. Helix bridge and Gardens of bay are my favourites.

  35. November 13, 2019 / 7:31 am

    We’ve yet to visit Singapore – it’s been on our bucket list for sometime now but after seeing the incredible photos in this post, I feel inspired to plan a trip there soon. OCBC Walkway looks incredible especially in the evening and the Floral Fantasy exhibit is stunning to say the least. Will surely refer to your post when we plan our trip.

  36. November 13, 2019 / 9:52 pm

    Singapore is certainly a very photogenic place and you’ve captured all the best spots in once article! My favourite is probably Haji Lane but that library looks amazing too!

  37. November 14, 2019 / 7:24 am

    Your photos are stunning!! Singapore is clearly an Instagrammer’s paradise. All those gardens sound fabulous, especially the National Orchid Garden! I’ll get to Singapore one day 🙂

  38. November 14, 2019 / 8:19 pm

    What gorgeous shots of a magnificent town. Makes me want to jump on a plane for Singapore right now!

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