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10 Insta Worthy Places You Shouldn't Miss in Singapore


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Singapore is a treasure trove of Instagram-worthy spots, offering a perfect blend of culture, nature, and architectural marvels. Whether you're a seasoned photographer, a social media influencer, or simply someone who loves capturing beautiful moments, these 10 places in Singapore shouldn't be missed. And to top it off, we've included some delightful foodie spots near each location, ensuring your feed is not only visually stunning but also tantalizingly delicious.


1. Haji Lane

Address: Haji Lane, Singapore 189214

Haji Lane is not just a street; it's a vibrant hub of creativity and culture. Lined with colorful shophouses adorned with street art, this narrow alleyway is a haven for fashionistas, art lovers, and food enthusiasts alike. Explore unique boutiques offering indie fashion, quirky accessories, and handcrafted goods. Don't miss the chance to snap photos against the backdrop of vibrant murals and eclectic storefronts. After your photo session, treat yourself to delicious Mexican cuisine at Piedra Negra or indulge in Middle Eastern delights at Arab Street.

Haji Lane (Credit Conde Nast Traveller)
Haji Lane (Credit Conde Nast Traveller)
Piedra Negra (Credit Piedra Negra)
Piedra Negra (Credit Piedra Negra)

2. Fort Canning Park

Address: River Valley Rd, Singapore 179037

Nestled in the heart of the city, Fort Canning Park is steeped in history and natural beauty. Explore ancient relics, lush greenery, and serene gardens as you wander through this historical landmark. Discover hidden gems like the Fort Gate, Battle Box, and Jubilee Park, offering picturesque settings for your Instagram feed. Capture the beauty of nature against the backdrop of historical ruins and majestic trees. After your exploration, recharge with delectable cakes and coffee at The Fabulous Baker Boy.

Fort Canning Park (Credit Explore Bees)
Fort Canning Park (Credit Explore Bees)
The Fabulous Baker Boy (Credit Such a Fatty)
The Fabulous Baker Boy (Credit Such a Fatty)

3. Marina Bay Sands

Address: 10 Bayfront Ave, Singapore 018956

Marina Bay Sands is an iconic symbol of modern Singapore, offering breathtaking views and luxurious amenities. Marvel at the stunning architecture of the three interconnected towers and the world-famous infinity pool. Capture stunning shots against the backdrop of the city skyline or the dazzling light show at night. After your photo session, indulge in modern Asian cuisine with a view at Ce La Vi.

Marina Bay Sands (Credit Booking.com)
Marina Bay Sands (Credit Booking.com)
 Ce La Vi (Credit Marina Bay Sands)
 Ce La Vi (Credit Marina Bay Sands)

4. ArtScience Museum

Address: 6 Bayfront Ave, Singapore 018974

Designed to resemble a lotus flower, the ArtScience Museum is a masterpiece of architectural innovation. Explore immersive exhibitions that blend art, science, and technology, offering unique photo opportunities at every turn. Don't miss the chance to capture the stunning reflections in the surrounding water. After your museum visit, enjoy a delightful brunch at Artemis Grill, known for its Mediterranean-inspired dishes and rooftop views.

ArtScience Museum (Credit Dotz Soh)
ArtScience Museum (Credit Dotz Soh)
Artemis Grill (Credit  Artemis Grill)
Artemis Grill (Credit  Artemis Grill)

5. Jewel Changi Airport

Address: 78 Airport Blvd, Singapore 819666

Jewel Changi Airport is not just a transportation hub; it's a destination in itself. Marvel at the stunning Rain Vortex, the world's tallest indoor waterfall, surrounded by lush greenery and indoor gardens. Explore the Canopy Park, offering thrilling attractions like the Sky Nets and Canopy Bridge. Capture moments of wonder and amazement against the backdrop of this architectural marvel. After your adventures, refuel with delicious burgers and milkshakes at Shake Shack.

Jewel Changi Airport (Credit Timeout)
Jewel Changi Airport (Credit Timeout)
Shake Shack (Credit Shiro Ang)
Shake Shack (Credit Shiro Ang)

6. Old Hill Street Police Station

Address: 140 Hill St, Singapore 179369

The Old Hill Street Police Station is a heritage building with a colorful twist. Its iconic facade features rows of rainbow-colored windows, making it a favorite spot for photographers and Instagrammers. Snap some vibrant shots against this historic backdrop before heading to The Quarters for a modern twist on local cuisine, including their famous salted egg yolk fries.

Old Hill Street Police Station (Credit Ministry of Communications and Information)
Old Hill Street Police Station (Credit Ministry of Communications and Information)
The Quarters (Credit TripAdvisor)
The Quarters (Credit TripAdvisor)

7. Singapore Botanic Gardens

Address: 1 Cluny Rd, Singapore 259569

Escape the hustle and bustle of the city and immerse yourself in the tranquility of the Singapore Botanic Gardens. Explore lush greenery, colorful blooms, and serene lakes as you wander through this UNESCO World Heritage Site. Capture nature-inspired shots amidst the tranquil beauty of the gardens. After your exploration, enjoy a leisurely brunch at Botanico at The Garage, nestled within the gardens.

Singapore Botanic Gardens (Credit Hotels.com)
Singapore Botanic Gardens (Credit Hotels.com)
The Garage (Credit 1-HOST)
The Garage (Credit 1-HOST)

8. House of Tan Teng Niah

Address: 37 Kerbau Rd, Singapore 219168

The House of Tan Teng Niah is a hidden gem in Little India, known for its vibrant colors and intricate architectural details. Built in the early 1900s, this historic building is a testament to Singapore's multicultural heritage. Capture the beauty of its ornate facade before indulging in a feast of Indian cuisine at The Banana Leaf Apolo.

House of Tan Teng Niah (Credit PhotoHound)
House of Tan Teng Niah (Credit PhotoHound)
The Banana Leaf Apolo (Credit Flickr)
The Banana Leaf Apolo (Credit Flickr)

9. 1 Altitude

Address: 1 Raffles Place, Singapore 048616

Situated 282m above sea level, 1 Altitude offers unparalleled views of the Singapore skyline. Whether you're snapping pictures of the cityscape or savoring culinary delights at the various restaurants and bars, there's no shortage of Instagram-worthy moments here. 

1 Altitude (Credit 1 Altitude)
1 Altitude (Credit 1 Altitude)

10. The Summerhouse Garden Domes

Address: 3 Park Lane, Seletar Aerospace Park, Singapore 798387

The Summerhouse Garden Domes offer a unique dining experience in a private garden setting. Each dome seats up to 8 guests, making it perfect for intimate gatherings and special occasions. Capture the magical ambiance under the stars before indulging in a sumptuous meal prepared with fresh, locally-sourced ingredients. Don't forget to book your dome in advance for an unforgettable dining experience!

The Summerhouse (Credit The Ranting Panda)
The Summerhouse (Credit The Ranting Panda)

Conclusion

These Instagram-worthy spots in Singapore offer a perfect blend of beauty, culture, and culinary delights. Whether you're exploring historic landmarks, natural wonders, or architectural marvels, there's no shortage of stunning photo opportunities in the Lion City. So grab your camera, strike a pose, and capture memories that will last a lifetime!


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