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The most Instagrammable spots in Singapore

The most Instagrammable spots in Singapore

The most Instagrammable spots in Singapore

Vamp travel influencer, @blushblushtomato takes us on a tour of Singapore.

 

Whether you’re looking for exciting new shoot locations or planning your next trip, Angie’s here to be our virtual tour guide of Singapore. Follow her advice to make your Insta feed look as colourful as hers.

“There are just so many instagrammable spots in Singapore – these are my top picks!”

 

Supertree Groove at Garden By The Bay

 

“Entering the Supertree Groove is like entering the Avatar world. This iconic landmark consists of 18 giant trees and you can stroll amongst the treetops by visiting the OCBC Skyway. You can never get bored shooting in Garden By The Bay. It’s the perfect location for shooting landscapes, portraits or close ups of all the beautiful plants and flowers. It’s one of the most unique attractions in Singapore and you can’t find such a gorgeous, lush oasis anywhere else.”

Marina Bay Sands Hotel

 

“Another architecture in Singapore that makes you feel as if you’re in another world. Marina Bay Sands Hotel is undoubtedly the most unique-looking 5 star hotel, with its appearance of a spaceship on top of three towers. Check in to the hotel and visit the infinity pool at the highest level or walk around Marina Bay to photograph this fascinating building. You can also capture it from interesting perspectives at Helix Bridge or Merlion Park.”

Peranakan Houses at Koon Seng Road

 

“When exploring Singapore, you can’t miss the Peranakan culture that is so deeply rooted in this country, especially from the shophouses. You can easily identify Peranakan houses from their colourful facades, decorated with intricate tiles and motifs. The pastel coloured Peranakan houses at Koon Seng Road are simply gorgeous and its hard not to capture a beautiful shot with these houses. You can also find them at Emerald Hills or Blaire Road.”

Sultan Mosque

 

“Located in the historic Kampong Gelam Malay Heritage District, Sultan Mosque is a national monument in Singapore and holds a significance meaning to the Muslim community. You can notice this mosque from a far as the sun shines on the two golden domes. You can also explore Haji Lane, Muscat and Muscat Street within the same area. The photo opportunities are endless here with all the colourful murals and decorations.”

Rain Vortex at Jewel

 

“The award for best airport in the world has to go to Changi Airport. It’s also home to the marvellous, world’s tallest indoor waterfall. This architectural marvel has been the centre of attention since its opening in 2019 and is a must-visit for travellers, as it is located as soon as you arrive in Singapore. Every different floor of Jewel offers you a different view of the Rain Vortex, and they even put on a light show at night.”

Art Science Museum

 

“The Singapore Art Science Museum is shaped like a welcoming hand floating on Marina Bay. Visit the exciting exhibition, ‘Future World: Where Art Meets Science’ and be mesmerised by all the digital interactive installations. The Crystal Universe installation that is constantly changing colours with the LED lights is so dreamy and magical. You will also find a beautiful lotus pond right outside the museum.”

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