Although this is undoubtedly a small island with only 719.1 km2 of land area, there is seriously no lack of Instagram places in Singapore. You just have to know where to take use those amazing instagram hashtags of yours.
Browsing a large number of websites on a daily basis, we simply love the different ways in which memories are captured. In this post, we thus present to you the best places to take instagram photos in Singapore. Couldn’t find your favorite? Let us know in the comment section!
1 | Instagram Hashtags Galore: Singapore National Gallery
Housed in the former Supreme Court and City Hall, National Gallery Singapore is the latest visual arts institution which oversees the largest public collection of modern art in Singapore and Southeast Asia. Free for all Singapaoreans/ PRs and $20 for Non-Singaporeans, one can admire the art exhibitions besides exploring every photograph worthy corner (from Former Supreme Court Terrace to Link Bridges: Upper Link & Lower Link to Former Supreme Court Historical Lobby & Former Supreme Court Foyer).
A well deserved second winner of the ten best places to take instagram photos, this gem is not to be missed. We like!
Singapore National Gallery
1 St. Andrew’s Rd
Nearest MRT: City Hall
2 | For Book Worms: Library @ Orchard
Besides having a good collection of books, the interiors of Library @ Orchard are made up with white and state of art furniture that let you wonder if this is indeed a library or another art gallery.
The good news: it is free entry for all! We recommend that you get your Instagram search started to discover this gorgeous architectural highlight now.
Library @ Orchard
#03-12 / #04-11 Orchard Gateway
Nearest MRT: Somerset
3 | Tradition and Nature: Singapore Chinese Garden
Almost forgotten by many Singaporeans as Chinese Garden is located at the far west area of Singapore. But take your chance and travel to Chinese Garden and you will be rewarded with melodic rhythm of the birds in the picturesque gardens that are modelled on Beijing Summer Palace and Suzhou Gardens. The editorial team’s number three in the best places to Instagram.
1 Chinese Garden Rd Singapore 619795
Nearest MRT: Chinese Garden
4 | A Sky-High Win: Skyville @ Dawson
Completed in 2015, Skyville @ Dawson was designed by award-winning local firm Woha. The blocks of HDB flats feature sky gardens at various levels instead of the traditional void decks.
For spectacular city views, go up to the 47th floor where there is a roof garden with a 400m jogging track. In our ranking of Instagram places, Skyville holds the fourth position.
Skyville @ Dawson
86 Dawson Rd Singapore 141086
Nearest MRT: Queenstown
5 | Running Above Ground: Pinnacle @ Duxton
Pinnacle @ Duxton features the world’s two longest sky gardens of 500 metres on both the 26th and the 50th floor that connected the seven blocks of HDB flats. The 50th storey sky bridge is open to the public from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily with a charge of $5 per entry while the skybridge on level 26th is only available to the residents with both outdoor gym and jogging track facilities available.
If you know a friend who stay in Pinnacle @ Duxton, get his/ her access card to enjoy the views at both level for free! A rich source of the best places, Instagram did present us with numerous fantastic ideas to introduce to you. Our top ten features the most stunning ones, and Pinnacle should be experienced by everyone at least once.
Pinnacle @ Duxton
1 Cantonment Rd Singapore 080001
Nearest MRT: Outram Park
6 | Bishan Highlight: Sky Habitat
Located at the heart of Bishan central, the iconic development has an infinity pool as well as a garden terrace. This project has drawn many architectural photographers that like to take the pictures from afar as well as landscape photographers with its panoramic views spanning city to park on the 38th floor. Our top 6 of the best places to follow on Instagram.
7 Bishan Street 15 Singapore 579827
Nearest MRT: Bishan
7 | Meals to Remember: Chijmes
Formerly a Catholic convent, the historical building was restored with many F&B outlets located in the premise now. A meticulous restoration work was done to preserve much of the original structure of the convent and the chapel. Hence you can still spotted many people coming here to use the premise as a photography backdrop.
30 Victoria Street Singapore 187996
Nearest MRT: City Hall / Bras Basah
8 | Shopping & More: Masjid Sultan
Repost from @leehsienloong ・・・ Sultan Mosque, the gem of the historic Kampong Glam area, is turning a grand old age of 191 this year. It was recently upgraded, and I visited it yesterday to celebrate the completion of the works. The mosque is a focal point for religious, cultural and social activities. Besides running charity and outreach programmes, it also conducts seminars and talks, and hosts visiting dignitaries and religious scholars. My thanks to all those who worked on the upgrading project — the Board of Trustees and the Mosque Management Board of Sultan Mosque, their chairman Haji Mohamed Patail, the Islamic Religious Council of Singapore (MUIS) and National Heritage Board. Their support, and the support of donors and the Muslim community, has kept the mosque a beautiful landmark for all to enjoy. – LHL (Photo by me)
Singapore being a multiracial country has many unique areas whereby you can see the significant presence of a certain race. Just like Chinatown and Little India, Kampong Glam was restored to bring a new breath of life to the area.
Besides spotting shops selling religious items used by Muslims, you can find area like Masjid Sultan, Istana Kampong Glam and Jalan Sultan Hotel which are popular among the instagrammer to take their #OOTD or landscape shots.
3 Muscat Street, Singapore 198833
Nearest MRT: Bugis
9 | Snap That: Punggol Waterway
Punggol Waterway Park is segmented into four different themes: Nature Cove, Recreation Zone, Heritage Zone and Green Gallery. There is something for everyone, bird-watchers, nature enthusiasts and landscape lovers.
Sentul Crescent Road Singapore 822313
Nearest MRT: Punggol
10 | Beach Life: Coney Island
Also known as Pulau Serangoon or Serangoon Island, Coney Island was once owned by the Haw Par brothers. Currently managed by Npark, the island is preserve at its most state with almost zero amenities. So do remember to bring some water along while you explore the different beach areas, Casuarina Exploratory, Bird Hide, Haw Par Beach Villa, Mangrove Boardwalk or the lonely Brahman Bull.
Beside Punggol Promenade Nature Walk
Nearest MRT: Punggol
Around our little red dot, there is more than just these beautiful places where you can take gorgeous shot. Do share with us, where else do you like to take your pictures at.
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