The 54 Most Instagrammable Places in Singapore in 2024

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Singapore is one of the most modern countries I have ever visited.

As a result, it’s no surprise that they are with the times in terms of their Instagrammable locations.

I’ve spent five months in Singapore over the past few years since I have family there, and feel like I’ve gotten a pretty good handle on the prettiest, most Instagram-worthy places in Singapore.

Some Singapore Instagram spots are trickier than others to find, so under each location, I share tips and what you should expect! And if you want to learn some ways to pose for photos, check out this article!

One more thing before we dive in: if you’ve never been to Singapore, check out this article on things to know before your first visit.

Without further ado, here are the 53 most Instagrammable places in Singapore!

Map of the Most Instagrammable Places in Singapore

Here’s a map of locations so that you can plan the spots you want to visit according to the different areas of Singapore.

The map is color-coded as follows:

  • Blue: Downtown Singapore
  • Purple: Colorful buildings
  • Green: Parks and nature
  • Orange: Temples
  • Light blue: Architecture
  • Yellow: Located on islands off the coast
  • Pink: Instagrammable cafes in Singapore

Instagrammable Places in Singapore’s Downtown Area

1. Marina Bay Sands

Marina Bay Sands is one of the most iconic photo spots in Singapore, and visiting is one of the top things to do in Singapore!

This boat-shaped hotel boasts an infinity pool with incredible views of the city, but it’ll cost you a pretty penny if you want to spend the night.

Good news for us photographers- this Singapore Instagram spot is completely free to access. (Speaking about photography, you can see what I use to take photos here!)

It’s located in Gardens by the Bay in the northwestern corner of Dragonfly Lake. I’ve marked the exact location on the map with a pin!

2. Gardens by the Bay

Gardens by the Bay is definitely one of the most Instagrammable places in Singapore!

There are a ton of great viewpoints for getting the Avatar-esque Supertrees in a photo.

My recommendation is to go an hour or two before sunset to find your favorite angle of the trees and plan your shot.

At dusk, the trees light up, and then you can get a neat shot like this one.

(If you go during the day when they’re not lit up, they are still pretty and interesting, but they are a plain green color with a bit of purple.)

Best of all, make sure you stay long enough for the free Garden Rhapsody light show, which happens twice a night at 7:45 and 8:45pm daily (as of September 2022).

Access to Gardens by the Bay is free, but you can choose to purchase tickets to enter other areas of the park, like the next spot in my list.

3. Cloud Forest

The Cloud Forest at Gardens by the Bay features one of two remarkable waterfalls in Singapore (the other is a bit further down on this list!).

Unfortunately, this feature does come with a bit of a price tag.

Unless you are a Singaporean resident or a child under 12, you’ll shell out $28 SGD per person to enter the Cloud Forest.

But I think it’s one of the most aesthetic places in Singapore!

4. Water Lily Pond Viewpoint

This is by far my favorite viewpoint for Marina Bay Sands and the Supertree Grove at Gardens by the Bay.

This rock is located in the Water Lily Pond at Gardens by the Bay, and there actually are no signs saying you can’t sit on it at the time I write this!

(If that changes, you can still get a very similar shot from the shoreline, which you can see at the very bottom of this photo.)

To get to the rock, I actually took one step in this very shallow pond, and then hopped back from the rock to shore.

The exact location is marked on the map!

5. Singapore Flier

As you walk from Gardens by the Bay along the Marina Bay waterfront sidewalk towards Marina Bay Sands, you’ll get this view of the Singapore Flyer.

If you want to actually go up the Flyer, you’ll get views from 42 stories up. On a clear day, you’ll see Malaysia and even Indonesia! The cost is $33 SGD for adults, you can get tickets here!

Colorful Instagrammable Places in Singapore

6. Peranakan Houses

These colorful houses are becoming more and more popular on Instagram, so there might be other people taking photos here when you visit.

However, the street has multiple houses on both sides of the street, so chances are there will be a spot where you can get a photo or video without anyone in it.

Can you imagine living in one of these houses? I’m curious to see who bought the pink one that was for sale (as you can see in this photo!).

Singapore photography tip: there’s a lot of architecture to capture in Singapore, just like these Peranakan Houses. When you’re taking your picture, try to level out the horizontal and vertical lines as best as you can. But don’t worry if it’s not perfect! You can tweak your photo in the iPhone editor or on apps like Adobe Lightroom. Lightroom has a one-click option under the “geometry” section where you can select “auto” or “vertical” and it’ll straighten out your lines for you. That’s how I got my lines so straight in this photo!

7. Arab Street

Arab Street is colorful, vibrant, and beautiful- three things that make it one of my favorite Instagrammable places in Singapore!

Another great thing about this colorful street is that there are no cars driving down or parked along the side of the road.

That means that as long as you’re okay with having people behind you in a photo, you can come here any time of day for an Insta-worthy photo of Arab Street!

Be sure to stop into the trendy shops along Arab Street- there were a lot of dresses and woven purses that caught my eye!

8. Rochor Center

Another colorful part of Singapore is the country’s HDB housing. The ones that comprise Rochor Center are definitely the most colorful of them all!

HDB housing is how the majority of locals live in Singapore- the government has done a great job at making sure its people have great places to live.

These are some of the more Instagrammable places in Singapore, but as you explore Singapore you’ll notice that most of the HDB housing is colorful!

9. Colorful House of Tan Teng Niah

If you want a real pop of color on your Instagram feed, look no further than the House of Tan Teng Niah.

This is a very short walk from the Little India MRT station.

There are different angles to capture photos here, as well as other colorful buildings nearby, so be sure to explore the area to find the shot you want!

10. Selegie Arts Center

You can really tell how this country is stepping up its Instagram game when looking at before and after photos of the Selegie Arts Center!

It used to be all yellow and indigo, but now it practically screams “take a pic with me!” with its colorful facade!

At the time of writing, this spot hasn’t been over-photographed on Instagram, but that might change as people catch on that this is one of the most Instagrammable places in Singapore!

Until then, enjoy capturing a photo here with not too many people around! And if you visit and it has become a popular Singapore Instagram spot, please return to this post and comment to let me know!

11. Old Hill Street Police Station

This is one of two spots that I’ve noticed a LOT of people wanting to get a photo of.

Fortunately, the building is huge and the sidewalk across from it is long enough so that you usually don’t have to wait your turn to get a photo.

When I visited on a Sunday afternoon after church, there were at least five groups of people (not including my dad and me!) trying to get a shot here!

The trouble is, you do need patience to get a shot without cars.

Every two to three minutes, due to the changing signals, there is about a 10-second pause where no cars will be driving by!

So it doesn’t really matter what time of day you visit this spot, just be patient to find your opening and then get the shot as quickly as you can!

12. Clarke Quay

Clarke Quay is a popular expat spot in Singapore, known for its bars and great location.

It also is a great spot for photos because it is full of color!

This is the kind of area you’ll want to walk around and explore in order to find the shot you want.

It is right by the Old Hill Police Station (listed right before this), so you can easily get photos in both at the same time!

13. Chinatown Bridge

If you take the MRT to Chinatown, this bridge is right on top of it at the intersection of New Bridge Road and Pagoda Street.

Once you’re on the bridge, this spot is facing the Pagoda Street side, and is right next to a reflexology stone pathway in the ground.

14. Mohamad Ali Lane

There are a lot of cool murals to take a fun photo with on this street!

15. Redhill MRT Station

This MRT station is PINK.

I think that is all there is to say about that! 🙂

Instagrammable Parks and Nature in Singapore

16. Japanese Cemetery Park

This spot requires a car or bus to get to unless you want to walk 1.3 km/.8 miles from the closest MRT stop (Kovan MRT station).

Not many people come to this one so it’s actually nice to walk around and enjoy the pink blooms here!

In fact, if you’re looking for secret photography spots in Singapore, this one is probably your best bet!

Also, I hope this goes without saying, but please be sure to show respect as it is a cemetery.

17. Singapore Botanic Garden

The Singapore Botanic Garden is free to enter and is actually a UNESCO World Heritage site!

So naturally, it’s a must see on my list of Instagrammable places in Singapore.

This garden is the only tropical garden on the UNESCO list, and is over 160 years old!

Spanning 203 acres, there are plenty of good photo opportunities here. It’s also open from 5am to midnight, so you can visit at almost any time.

I think it’s one of the most aesthetic places in Singapore!

18. National Orchid Garden

Located within the Singapore Botanic Garden, the National Orchid Garden has a $5 SGD entrance fee for adults and is definitely worth it to see!

This is one of my favorite places to take photos in Singapore. With over 1000 species of orchids (and 2000 hybrids!) on display, it is one of the prettiest gardens I’ve explored (so naturally, it makes my list of Singapore Instagram spots)!

The iconic Instagram shot here is the green archways, which are located very close to the entrance on the path to the right.

There are also elaborate, giant bird cages that are very photogenic, as well as little fountains and plenty of flowers to get photos of.

While the Botanic Garden has very generous hours, note that the National Orchid Garden has shorter hours from 8:30am-7pm and ticket sales close at 6pm.

The closest entrance to the Singapore Botanic Garden to get to the National Orchid Garden is the northern Tyersall Gallop entrance.

19. Swan Lake Gazebo

This pretty gazebo reminds me of something out of a fairy tale!

Located at the very edge of Swan Lake, you can access this gazebo easily from the southwest Tanglin Gate.

Other than your ‘normal’ wildlife, there are chickens that roam around this area, as well as the occasional monitor lizard (up to 3 meters long!) that will walk on land and swim in this lake.

I really loved the shots I got here which is why it’s one of my favorite Instagrammable places in Singapore.

20. Sang Nila Utama Garden

This garden is located in Fort Canning Park, close to the Clarke Quay entrance.

It was created as one of nine different gardens that are meant to draw you into Singapore’s history.

When you walk through the Sang Nila Utama Garden, you’ll actually get a taste of what Fort Canning may have looked like in 14th-century Singapore.

Besides these pretty Japanese split gates, you’ll find reflective pools, plenty of symmetry, and statues- all of which were believed to be in prince Sang Nila Utama’s garden at the time.

21. Sentosa Bridge

Located on Sentosa Island, this bridge takes you to the southernmost point in Southeast Asia.

Since it is a one-lane bridge, you will probably have to be a bit patient trying to get a photo here!

But I love bridge photos so I wanted this to be on my list of Instagrammable places in Singapore!

22. Little Guilin

I don’t think anywhere else in Singapore looks quite like Little Guilin with its neat rock features. That makes this a pretty unique photo spot in Singapore!

23. Kranji Marshes

Visit the Kranji Marshes at sunset for extra dreamy lighting!

24. Thomson Nature Park

Visit this park if you’re looking for a lush jungle or a cool pathway to frame your photos! Don’t miss the remains of an old Hainan Village beneath the leaves.

25. MacRitchie Treetop Walk

If you’re up for some exercise, pack a few bottles of water and head to the MacRitchie Treetop Walk!

Also, give yourself at least 3 hours to complete a round-trip hike. (You do have the option to just walk one way).

You do have to enter the bridge from the entrance on Pierce track from the ranger station since it is a one-direction bridge.

Please note that the park is closed on Mondays (except on public holidays) and has strict hours:

  • Tuesday-Friday: 9-5 PM
  • Saturday, Sunday, and public holidays: 8:30-5 PM

26. Merlion Park

The Merlion is a Singaporean icon that is half fish, half lion; fish for its humble fishing village beginnings, and lion for the Malay name for Singapore- “lion city”.

Head to Merlion Park to not only get a shot with the Merlion, but also to get a great view of Marina Bay Sands or the Singaporean cityscape.

27. Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve

Nature lovers will enjoy this peaceful reserve. It’s just begging to be photographed! As you’re walking on the pathway pictured above, don’t forget to take a photo of the city skyline across the water!

28. Chinese Garden

The Chinese Garden is connected to the Japanese Garden, and both are great Singapore Instagram spots for photos.

You’ll find bridges, ponds, and this gorgeous pagoda among other things.

29. Clementi Forest

This lush jungle is a throwback to when Singapore was in its original island state. Can you picture the whole country like this, with little villages and dirt roads? It’s amazing how quickly Singapore has grown!

Visit Clementi Forest for all the nature vibes- it’s one of the most Instagrammable nature spots in Singapore!

Instagrammable Cafes in Singapore

30. Rumah Bebe

This spot wins for the cutest cafe exterior in Singapore! Plants, colors, symmetry, style- what more could you ask for? But don’t just stop outside for a photo- make sure you go in and try their delicious Nyonya food! (I’m drooling just thinking about it!)

31. The Summerhouse

The Summerhouse brings the outdoors inside with its gorgeous plant decor! They are a popular wedding venue as well due to their gorgeous exteriors, too! Book one of their garden domes nested in their edible garden if you want a truly romantic dining setting.

32. Potato Head

This is a fun building for a photo because of:

  • The cute name (cue all the “potato head” captions)
  • Pretty colors
  • Fun architecture

And if you’re feeling hungry, you can stop into Potato Head for a burger and a cocktail. It is a cocktail bar, burger joint, and a speakeasy all in one!

33. Cafe de Nicole’s Flower

Cafe de Nicole’s Flower is romance wrapped up in a cafe! This is definitely one of the most Instagrammable cafe interiors in Singapore!

34. Brown Butter

For some reason, flower-covered phone booths are a relatively new thing on Instagram, and I’m here for it! How photo-worthy is this cafe? Not only is it pink, but it has flowers everywhere! I’m sold!

35. Born

For a more modern vibe to your Instagram photo, enjoy a meal at Born, where French cuisine meets Chinese gastronomy.

Instagrammable Architecture in Singapore

36. Changi Jewel Vortex – My favorite Singapore Instagram Spot!

The Rain Vortex is one of my favorite Instagrammable places in Singapore because it sums up how I see the country: modern and green with incredible architecture and easy transportation.

This waterfall is the largest indoor waterfall in the world (40 meters or 131 feet high), and is located inside Singapore’s Changi Airport.

Though this is an easy photo to take when you are arriving or departing Singapore and are already at the airport, you can come anytime.

You do not need to have a boarding pass to visit the Jewel Changi Airport, which houses the Rain Vortex.

It is also free to visit, though many of the other attractions at the Jewel do have entrance fees.

Also, note that the water starts pouring out at 8:00 AM and then pours continuously all day until after 11:30PM.

At night time there are gorgeous colorful lights illuminating the waterfall. With a combination of the lights and music, it truly feels magical being there!

Add the fact that there is air conditioning in the airport and you’ve got a winner! Hands down one of the best photography spots in Singapore!

37. Atbara House (aka Forest Discovery Centre @ OCBC Arboretum

Built in 1898, the historic Atbara House used to house the French Embassy; now it’s home to the Forest Discovery Center at OCBC Arboretum. The base of the house is made up of cool arches that you see above. These arches make for the coolest framing but they have somewhat low clearance, so you’ll probably want to take a picture sitting. You’ll find Atbara House at 5 Gallop Road on the western Gallop Extension offshoot of the Singapore Botanic Garden.

(My parents actually found this place on a bike ride with their friends, and my dad took the picture above! One of the best parts of having parents who live in Singapore is they frequently send me photos of hidden gems and cool things they do around the country!)

38. Orchard Road

Orchard Road is known for its great (albeit expensive) shopping, but I like it for its energy and architecture!

If you are a fashion blogger and want a shot in front of a famous designer store, this is one of the best Instagrammable places in Singapore for you.

If you just are looking for neat architecture, the building behind me in this photo is a classic take on modern Singaporean style.

This photo was taken on the corner of Orchard Road and Scotts Road, where you can see the funky Dolce & Gabbana/Tiffany’s/Cartier building on the opposite square in the background.

39. Fort Canning Staircase

The Fort Canning underground crossing is truly a beauty! It is located at the northern tip of Fort Canning Park (the exact location is shown on the map).

Logistically, getting this shot takes a bit of patience.

For one, you have pedestrians constantly going up and down the stairs, so you have to wait for a break in the commotion.

And for another, you might be in a line of people waiting to get this shot!!

When I went, we also had to deal with a third issue- the rain!

We probably spent over 30 minutes in this tunnel waiting for the rain to stop so that we could grab this shot, but I’m glad we did because it is such a neat place!

Because I worked so hard for this shot and love the way it turned out, I just had to add it to my list of Instagrammable places in Singapore!

40. National Gallery

National Gallery Singapore has so many great photo spots! You can get a really cool photo like this one, where you capture a lot of the architecture, or a more magazine-eqsue photo on their black and white stairs. Definitely one of the best Singapore photo spots if you like modern vibes!

41. Chijmes

You might recognize this place from the movie Crazy Rich Asians; this is where the crazy rich wedding is!

Chijmes began as a Catholic convent but is now a popular wedding venue, event space, and dining area.

Designed in the Neo-classical style, you’ll be able to get a few beautiful angles as you walk around Chijmes.

42. Canopy Park

Have you ever seen a park with architecture like this? And how fun do the Manulife Sky Nets look? You can find this at the Jewel Changi Airport!

43. Raffles Hotel

Home to the original Singapore Sling, Raffles Hotel is an elegant 5-star hotel that was built in 1887.

My favorite Instagram shot of this place is one directly in front, where you can see the gorgeous Colonial architecture, but there are plenty of other photo angles inside.

The symmetry and design continues as you move from outside to inside, with mirrored staircases, traditional-styled seating areas, and beautiful chandeliers throughout.

And if you’re thinking about splurging for a night here, I think it’s worth it! The rooftop pool is stunning, as are the rooms, balconies, hallways, and basically everything else at this hotel.

Also, be sure to stop into the Long Bar to try the original Singapore Sling!

44. ArtScience Museum

The ArtScience Museum is located at Marina Bay Sands and weaves together art and science in a beautiful way.

This photo depicts the most popular Instagram spot in the ArtScience Museum, which is in the “Future World: Where Art meets Science” exhibit.

Adult tickets start at $19, but there are a lot of add-ons depending on if you want to see more than one exhibit, if you’re with a group, if you’re a student, etc.

You can see ticket prices and buy your tickets here.

45. Pagoda Street Stairs

“Historical” Chinese architecture meets modern aesthetics at the stairs on Pagoda Street.

This is my favorite view of Pagoda Street since you get a mix of different colors and architecture.

The easiest way to access this point is to exit the Chinatown MRT station at Pagoda Street, then turn around and walk up the stairs to the bridge that crosses over New Bridge Road.

46. Sentosa Merlion

For a close up shot of the famous Singapore Merlion, visit the Merlion at Imbiah Station in Sentosa.

47. Library@Orchard

For more interesting architecture around Orchard Road, stop into the Library@Orchard.

Among the rows of curvy bookcases, you can get a neat shot perusing the books.

Instagrammable Temples in Singapore

This goes without saying (hopefully), but it is of the utmost importance that we all show respect and do not get in the way when we visit temples and places of worship.

Also, you’ll need to be properly dressed to enter these temples, and you can borrow a scarf if you need something to cover your shoulders!

48. Sri Vadapathira Kaliamman Temple

The front of the Sri Vadapathira Kaliamman Temple is really stunning, but the day that I visited it was blocked by tables.

Instead, I went around back to get a fun close-up shot with the detailed carvings in the background!

49. Masjid Sultan

This is a preserved mosque from 1824- and it really is beautiful!

There are a few angles that I can think of for a photo with Masjid Sultan; if you want it close up, this is the best you’ll probably get. I shot this with a 24mm lens.

If you wanted a head-on, symmetrical shot of the mosque, you’ll need a much wider lens, since the shops across from it prevent you from adding depth.

Alternatively, you can get a far away shot framed with an archway not too far from here.

50. Sri Krishnan Temple

This Hindu temple- originally built in 1870- is quite stunning with its detailed carvings and vibrant colors!

It is located on Waterloo Street, and the closest MRT stop is Bugis.

The space right in front of the temple is a large pedestrian area paved with brick, so if you want a shot right in front, it is definitely doable.

If you want a shot without others in it, either head to this area early in the day or wait and have patience!

51. Sri Mariamman Temple

The Sri Mariamman Temple is located in Chinatown and is the city’s oldest Hindu Temple. It was built in 1827 and features an elaborate tower that you can’t miss.

There is a road directly in front of the temple and occasionally cars are parked on it, so you might need to get creative with angles here.

And again, in case you missed it earlier, I just want to emphasize the importance of being respectful when visiting these temples.

52. Buddha Tooth Relic Temple

You’ll find this temple in the heart of Chinatown, so unless you visit very early in the morning, it will probably be very difficult to get a shot without anyone in it. You can still get a great shot other times of day if you don’t mind having people in the background!

This temple is designed in the Tang dynasty style and is really beautiful from all sides, so I recommend walking around it first to find your favorite camera angle!

Instagrammable Islands around Singapore

53. St. John’s & Kusu Islands

St. John’s and Kusu Islands are islands right next to each other on Singapore’s southern shores.

Here you’ll find the best beaches in Singapore (because let’s be honest, Sentosa’s beaches are not that great), some neat architecture on Kusu (including turtle sculptures, since Kusu is named after the sea turtle!), and great picnic and swim areas.

To get there, you’ll pay $18 round trip (per adult) at the ferry at Marina South Pier, and embark on a 30-minute boat ride.

There are multiple ferry services, but all should have stops on both St John’s and Kusu, so you can head to St. John’s for the first part of the day and Kusu for the next.

Note that the ferries do not go from Kusu to St. Johns!

Here are two ferry schedules:

When I visited these islands in 2014, they felt extremely remote with very few visitors. They are still somewhat hidden gems in Singapore, but since then, St. John’s island has become quite a bit more developed.

53.5 Raffles Lighthouse

Why the ranking of 52 and a half?

Although this certainly is an Instagram-worthy place in Singapore, chances are you won’t actually be able to visit this if you’re visiting the country for a short time.

Raffles Lighthouse is the hardest photo location to get to in Singapore since it is located on Pulau Satumu, an island in the Singapore Straights, and since you can only visit during certain times of the year.

It requires a permit from the Maritime and Port Authority and a ferry ride that is about an hour, which leaves from the Marina South Pier.

54. Pulau Ubin

Pulau Ubin is an island off Singapore’s northeastern coast. This is one of the most unique places to take photos in Singapore.

And although not exactly one of the secret photography spots in Singapore, I’ve still talked to a lot of people who don’t know about it!

On Pulau Ubin, you’ll get to experience what Singapore was like way back when: dirt roads, kampongs, tropical green forests.

If you visit in the months around June, you’ll see durians growing in the trees!

Only a fifteen-minute boat ride away, it is a bit easier to access from the main island than St. John’s and Kusu Islands.

You can check out this article on exactly how to get to Pulau Ubin!

When you get there, the first thing to do is rent a bike. There are a bunch of different bike rental options as soon as you leave the main jetty.

Once you have your bike, you’re free to roam around the island!

Just watch out for monkeys and wild pigs! The pigs won’t approach you, but the monkeys might, so hold on to your stuff!

While on Palau Ubin, visit the Chek Jawa Wetlands

This is my favorite part of the island; usually, we bike here first to make sure we have enough time to explore the wetlands.

Here you’ll find a mangrove forest, a boardwalk that takes you out over the water, and plenty of lush greenery. Such a cool Singapore photo spot!

In conclusion…

I hope you can see just how Instagrammable Singapore is!

From colorful buildings and neat architecture to pristine parks and island getaways, this little country has them all.

If you think of some Singapore Instagram spots that I haven’t mentioned, please comment them below!

I’d love to check them out on my next visit to Singapore!

Lastly, here are some more articles you might enjoy:

Safe travels!


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Jasmine Alley

Jasmine Alley

I'm a Dallas-based, full-time travel blogger with a serious case of wanderlust! Through my website and Instagram, I hope to help others plan picture-perfect trips to the most beautiful places in the world! When I travel, I like to emphasize nature, hidden gems, and unique places.
Jasmine Alley

Jasmine Alley

I'm a Dallas-based, full-time travel blogger with a serious case of wanderlust! Through my website and Instagram, I hope to help others plan picture-perfect trips to the most beautiful places in the world! When I travel, I like to emphasize nature, hidden gems, and unique places.

35 Responses

  1. For such a small country, it’s amazing how Singapore always offers new photography locations and I’m always on the look-out! Thanks for sharing your list, Jasmine, I’ve definitely added some on mine. I’m with Explorest and two of our local Singaporean Explorests, @jethoon and @smilewithjeryl, shared their favourite Singapore photo locations. I thought of sharing it with you and your readers, here’s the links and Our app helps people discover the best photo locations in California, New York, Michigan, UK, Germany, across Asia and adding more USA locations soon. We include the exact GPS coordinates & tips by the country’s best photographers, I think you’d enjoy it and if you have a moment, check it out!

  2. St Teresa Church is probably the loveliest Catholic church in Singapore and on a small hill. All white, it reminds ine if Sacre Coeur in Paris.

  3. Great list! These photographs seem to be excellent! I’m travelling around Singapore by myself, which is hilarious. I’m curious whether you shot these photos from a platform yourself or if someone else did.

    1. Thank you Lisa! Most of them I shot with my dad or my husband! But I sometimes do take photos solo using a tripod, so it definitely can be done! Enjoy your time in Singapore!

  4. Photos are very good in quality. I visited Singapore, but did not get opportunities to visit many of these places. Specially I like St. John’s & Kusu Island. Anyway, great post.

    1. I visited Singapore three times. I went to the majority of the places you mentioned. Singapore, in my opinion, is an incredible place to visit.

  5. According to me, Singapore is really a very beautiful place. Although I have never been there, I understand it better through your beautifully presented photos. While pictures can give us a glimpse of a place, experiencing it in person is truly special in my oponion. Singapore is indeed a beautiful country with a unique blend of cultures, stunning architecture, delicious food, and exciting attractions.

    Thank you so much for this.

  6. Impressive compilation! These images appear to be outstanding! I’m exploring Singapore solo, which is quite amusing. I wonder if you captured these photos personally or if someone else did.

  7. I concur entirely! What a magnificent and unique nation! Having family there is a huge plus and will hopefully encourage us to visit Singapore more often!

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