Traveling to Singapore acquaints you to several beautiful things, people and places. You can be caught up in all the beauty that you’d find it hard to resist having them in your stories. Here are some of the Instagrammable places in Singapore to fill your gallery:


Instagrammable Places in Singapore – ArtScience Museum

The ArtScience Musuem is designed to follow an open palm that resembles a lotus flower. And this is not the only reason why visitors are attracted to the museum, it also houses exhibits that are simply Instagrammable.

Instagrammable Places in Singapore – Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum

Singapore’s Chinatown is home to the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum. The Tang Dynasty-styled temple and museum complex features ornate décor and comprehensive Buddhist history and art exhibits.


Instagrammable Places in Singapore – Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay

The use and arrangement of glass elements and sunshades give this performance arts venue a futuristic appearance while resembling the durian fruit. And the locals often refer to the venue as “the big durians”.

Instagrammable Places in Singapore – Gardens by the Bay

101 hectares of waterfront parks and greenhouses, that’s what Gardens by the Bay is. Among its most popular features include the Flower Dome, Cloud Forest, Supertree Grove and Children’s Garden.

Haji Lane

Three blocks of artsy shops, festive restaurants and intriguing street art – all these await you in Haji Lane.

House of Tan Teng Niah

Dating back to 1900, this colorful 2-storied Chinese villa in Little India continues to be popular among photographers and enthusiasts.

Marina Bay Sands

Marina Bay Sands towers above the Marina Bay area of Singapore and has become an iconic luxury destination. Its observation deck is a great place to enjoy panoramic views, while the three-tower hotel itself is a landmark that easily reminds one of Singapore.

Merlion Park

It seems no trip to Singapore is complete without visiting Merlion Park and having a picture with a Merlion.

Old Hill Street Police Station

Police stations often have the reputation of being drab and unwelcoming. However, this Neo-Classical former police station breaks the mold with its rainbow-colored windows.

Singapore Flyer

The Singapore Flyer is Singapore’s giant observation wheel found in the Downtown Core district of the city. The giant Ferris wheel is a good photo subject in itself, and the views while on it are likewise amazing.

Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple

A landmark Hindu Temple in Singapore’s Little India, Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple is known for its multicolored deity statues and decorative architecture.

Sultan Mosque

Masjid Sultan features Saracenic architecture, as evident in its balustrades and minarets. It’s a slice of Arabian Nights when in Singapore.

The Helix

Formerly the Double Helix Bridge, this stainless steel pedestrian bridge links the Marina Centre to Marina South in Singapore. The bridge itself is a sight to see, and the views from it are equally lovely.

The Rain Vortex

Found within Singapore’s Jewel Changi Airport, The Rain Vortex is recognized as the largest indoor waterfall in the planet.

The Shophouses on Koon Seng Road

Shophouses are a common sight in Southeast Asia, and in Singapore, one can find some of the most colorful. Koon Seng Road has a row of shophouses that make great additions to your gallery.