20 most Instagramable places in Singapore

Updated: Jun 5, 2020

I feel lucky to find myself living in Singapore, the 10th most instagrammable country in the world. As the city is filled with colour, abundant greenery and iconic architecture, it's no wonder there are so many incredible places for the perfect photo opportunity!

Being an avid Instagrammer, I have managed to discover some such amazing spots in the Lion City. Here’s sharing 20 most Instagrammable places in Singapore and that also happen to be my personal favourites:

20 most Instagramable places in Singapore 1) Gardens By the Bay (Supertree Grove)

Gardens By The Bay is one of the most impressive parks that Singapore has to offer, with its spectacular Supertree structures, giant greenhouses and skywalk over the gardens. Walking around the park is free, but there is a charge to enter both the greenhouses (which by the way, are cold, not humid as you might expect.).

The best time to experience the Supertrees is during the evening light and music show, that is held twice every night. It’s a truly magical experience, as you lie on the ground and look up at the lights casting an Avatar style glow over the park.

More photo spots here include:

- Cloud Forest

- Supertree Grove & OCBC Skyway

- Flower Dome

- Floral Fantasy


2) Helix Bridge

Helix Bridge in Singapore is probably one of the most impressive pedestrian bridges you’ll ever come across! Overlooked by the Marina Bay Sands Hotel, the Helix Bridge is best enjoyed at night when lit up along the bay! Did you know that the Helix Bridge is based on the double-helix model of DNA?

3) Marina Bay

Moving forward, the Marina Bay area is a no-brainer spot to take iconic photos in Singapore, with all the recognisable landmarks surrounding you. Marina Bay offers perfect views of the Singapore city skyline and the Marina Bay Sands Hotel. Check out some of my Marina Bay insta moments here!

Other popular photo spots here include:

- Merlion

- Marina Bay Sands

- Art Science Museum

- Gardens by the Bay


4) Geylang

Geylang has somewhat of a sleazy reputation as the red-light district of Singapore, and not a neighbourhood that you’d necessarily consider to explore. Shophouses along Lorong 24A are some of my favourites, and although they aren't as pristine and well maintained as the ones in Joo Chiat, they still withhold real character and beauty.


5) Redhill MRT Station

The Redhill MRT Station in Singapore looks like a set straight out of a Wes Anderson movie! The pretty pink station is the Instagram spot of your dreams if you're looking to take some cute photos.

6) Jewel Changi

Just when I thought my beloved Changi Airport couldn't get any more impressive, Jewel Changi opened! The Jewel at Singapore's Changi airport has the world’s tallest indoor waterfall, and this rain vortex gushes over 500,000 litres of water and mist. You'll need a lot of patience if you want to shoot here and it's usually very busy, but definitely worth the wait!

Other instaworthy photo spots here:

- Shiseido Forest Valley

- Canopy Bridge

- Hedge Maze

- Canopy Bridge

7) Chinese Gardens

These stunning Chinese Gardens are located in Jurong East, complete with stunning oriental pagodas, a tea house, and both a Chinese and Japanese gardens. Fully decked out with bonsai trees from all over South East Asia, this is a must-visit spot!

8) People’s Park Complex

People’s Park Complex is a 31-floor-high-rise building in the heart of Chinatown, dating back to the 1970s. Take the elevator up to the carpark level to be greeted with an incredible panoramic view of Singapore! An awesome spot for facade and skyline photos and there is a bar up top to get a refreshing drink.