Most Beautiful, Romantic and Instagrammable places in Singapore
Singapore is a clean beautiful and green city so its no wonder it makes for beautiful pictures. However there are some places in Singapore that are truly romantic and Insta-worthy. Let this list below realize that Singapore is not just a great destination for families with young children but also makes for a fabulous couples getaway.
SINGAPORE ARTSCIENCE MUSEUM- Not to be confused with the Singapore Science center which is a great pick for families with young children. The Art Science museum has beautiful installations like the crystal world which make for amazing pictures and an even more fun and educational visit.
GARDENS BY THE BAY- We feel the entire place is insta-worthy, from its cloud forest, super tree grove and the newest floral fantasy. We suggest spending an entire day here as the places look so different by day and night. Carry a romantic picnic, relax with a book, take fabulous pictures; after all you are on a holiday!
PERANAKAN HOUSES AT KOON SENG ROAD-These colorful, perfectly painted, pastel color houses of the Pernakan Chinese are worth a million bucks and obviously make for a picture worth a million.
CHINESE GARDENS- The Chinese Gardens offer a calm sanctuary from the hustle and bustle of the city. Visit early morning to avoid the heat. It’s a great place to stroll with you partner hand in hand.
THE OLD HILL STREET POLICE STATION OR THE MICA BUILDING is a historic building and former police station located at Hill Street in Singapore. This building has 927 windows painted in rainbow colors, quirky and how. It is located close to Clark Quay so makes for a great visit in the evening.
JAPANESE CEMETERY PARK- So we have always loved visiting cemeteries in Europe because they are so beautiful. The cemetery is not an active burial ground and serves more like a memorial park. The long row of archways decorated with flowers make for lovely pictures. Only downside is it is not close to any tourist attractions, so you will have to make way and time for this one specifically.
FORT CANNING PARK- Once known as the ‘Forbidden Hill’, the Fort Canning Park is amongst the most historic places in Singapore. For that Instagram worthy shot head to the spiral staircase to take one hell of a picture. Looks like Singapore’s version of Alice in Wonderland, don’t you think?
TANG TENG NIAH’S HOUSE IN LITTLE INDIA- You will anyway visit Little India neighborhood of Singapore for some delicious Indian food. When there do visit the colorful former house of Tan Teng Niah is the last surviving Chinese villa. This is one of the most colorful insta-worthy buildings in Singapore.
TREE TOP WALK AT MACRITCHIE RESERVOIR- This free-standing suspension bridge connects the two highest points (Bukit Peirce and Bukit Kalang) in MacRitchie and offers a bird's eye view of the community of plants and animals that live in the forest canopy. The total length of the walkway is about 250 m and its height from the forest floor varies, with the highest point at 25 m. Enjoy a day hiking in nature and forests of Singapore.
HENDERSON WAVES BRIDGE- The futuristic design of this bridge makes it look great in photographs taken from afar but it is also a nice place to walk, sit and relax. Spend a romantic evening here.
TELOK BLANGAH HILL PARK-Not too far from the Henderson waves bridge is the Telok Blangah hill park. The terrace gardens here make for interesting perspectives and a beautiful photoshoot. It’s a big park so look for directions and wear your walking shoes
BUGIS HAJI LANE- This is the hippiest corner near the downtown area of Kampong. From cute cafes to lovely boutiques to amazing murals& graffiti, you can find it all. It’s one of the coolest Instagram spots in Singapore and also a great place for a date night.
MASJID SULTAN- The Masjid sultan is a popular attraction near Haji lane. The golden dome of the mosque framed by the arched doorway makes for a lovely picture.
ORCHARD LIBRARY- If you are shopping on Orchard Road do pop into this library for a few quick pictures and if you love books then we need not say more.
THE HIVE- Is a co-working space and is very famous for it’s ‘dim sum basket’ architecture. located in Nanyang Technological University, The Hive also known as the learning hub.
THE DREAM SIGN- With the river and Marina Bay Sands as a backdrop, this sign makes for some really instagrammable pics.
THE RAIN VORTEX-Even when leaving ans saying goodbye there is one last fabulous picture to take in Singapore. The Rain Vortex at Singapore’s Jewel Changi Airport is the world’s tallest indoor waterfall at 40 meters high. Earlier Cloud Forest at Gardens by the bay holds this title.
1-ALTITUDE- Perched on the uppermost floors of One Raffles Place is the highest alfresco bar in the world. What we like best about it is the spectacular 360 view on a clear night. It grants you views that stretches across to Indonesia and Malaysia. Do make reservations and if you don’t want to spend on dinner just go for drinks.
Dine aboard the Jewel Cable Car- If dining in the Singapore flyer is not for you, an alternative is Cable Car dining. This may provide a more intimate experience since the Singapore Flyer cabins are shared.. Enjoy the comprehensive view of Sentosa island and the harbour at sunset while on this hour and a half trip.
The Summerhouse’s private air-conditioned Garden Domes are perfect for an evening getaway with your partner, where you’ll be comfortably tucked away with a personal sound system. All while surrounded by a lush garden, under the stars at Seletar Aerospace Park. Expect to pay a pretty penny for the experience though.