The world is looking for Instagrammable posts these days. It has become one of the first things you do, while you look for things to do in any travel destination.
Meanwhile, Singapore is filled with such smashing places to be a perfect backdrop for your post. The best thing? You don’t always have to wake up at dawn to get the perfect shot.
If you are planning for a trip to the ion city any time soon, save these beautiful places in Singapore in your map. You are going to need it.
Let us start with the popular here. The spectacular Supertree Grove of the Gardens by the Bay Singapore can steal your heart, day and night. The colors shine brightly against the midnight blue sky, and the light sho might make it even more amusing for the intense colors. Get some shadow on your face and pop up your low light lenses, the spot, one hundred percent free, is going to get you a lot of likes.
We are not done about Gardens by the Bay yet. But before taking pictures, you need to take a moment to amaze yourself at the largest indoor waterfall in the world. Look up at the 30 meters tall misty beauty and snap away the pictures.
Away from the glory of the city’s skyline, the Botanic Gardens Singapore is quite a popular tourist attraction. But considering how vast it is, you will find plenty of places to pose. The National Orchid Garden is the highlight here. While the gardens stay open from 5 am till midnight, if you want a photo among the orchids, get going between 8.30 am to 7 pm. And you are going to need hours just to take in the beauty of this 60-acre garden itself.
On any normal day, the Rainbow Bridge or the Engin Bridge is a pretty dull spot. But enter the night when the bridge lights up with the rainbow colors, and you have got some photo opportunities. The bridge had its own historical significance too. Before the many replacements and restorations, this was one of the oldest bridges in Singapore. The south bank of the river also possesses a rustic beauty of the urbanized river bank.
Singapore definitely knows to work with the rainbow hues. The Old Hill Street Police Station has the perfectly painted rainbow facade that stands out from the bright sky blues. The Neoclassical museum was also the first jail of Singapore, a fun fact to add in your caption. The colored window shutters are striking detail in the white colonial architecture.
The Tan Teng Nian House in Little India doesn't shy away from showcasing some magical colors. That said, there are many spots in this part of Singapore for a shoot. But this house stands tall with its gorgeous shades. The place is still up and running, so you might want to reach there before 9 am to get a shot without the crowd.
Ann Siang Hill is a small road in Chinatown lined with pretty shops that sell all amazing curios and souvenirs. The shops are elegantly restored Peranakan houses and still has its old charm. With the pastels and whites, the beautifully decorated terraces all add to the allure of the place. The many verandas ranked by columns, any richly made up shop fronts and the brilliant architectural features could shine in any photograph.
Enough with colors already, for those who love a little more subtle setup, head to Jhoo Chiat or the neighboring Katong. The pastel facades adorn the architectural marvel of Peranakan style. The region once was the favorite weekend retreat of the wealthy Peranakans and Eurasians. The pre-war architecture profoundly influences the tall two-story houses architecture.
The back alley of the street also has some cool spots to give a rustic shot of the place. While there, don't forget to try the Katong laksa and Kueh Chan.
The complex is a touristy one, filled with shops and restaurants. But what you need to look at is the side facade with the monochromic Ochre. You can see the green through the gaps, and it is an example of the urban architecture in Singapore.
Let’s take a quick peek back to some colors again, but this time with a bit of graffiti. Haji Lane Singapore. The vibrant streets accented with a spray of colors and art along the walls is a famous part of the city. Not just the walls, the shop fronts are also stunningly decorated. Apart from that, there are also old restored houses and architectural styles.
The Sultan Mosque is one of the prominent buildings in Singapore. The beautiful Islamic architecture will inspire you to click away the different angles. The Arab street in front of it is a bustling place to capture the essence of the cultural experience.
One of the coolest spots in Singapore is the famous Library @ Orchard. It's chic modernist interior and the white shelves might not strike you first as a photo spot. But go in and see for yourself, you would be impressed like the many others.
Fort Canning Park holds a high significance in Singapore history. It has seen the peak of many rulers, including the golden age at the peak of Malay dynasty. The park has hence evolved and now is a popular venue for festivals in the city. The park is simple in its beauty with many cozy spots to light up for photos. The pedestrian underpass leading to the park needs a special mention.
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