15 Lesser Known Insta-Worthy Photo Spots In Singapore In 15 Different Vivid Colours
If the SingapoRediscovers vouchers aren't enough motivation to explore this little red dot, how about over 15 Insta-worthy places in Singapore in 15 vivid colours?
Keep reading to check out the photo spots!
#1 White: Yì by Jereme Leung
This ethereal photo spot is in Yì by Jereme Leung, a Chinese restaurant with decor inspired by the hidden world of deep-rooted culinary traditions and story-telling.
Location: 1 Beach Rd, Singapore 189673
Bonus: You can't have a bad picture with a romantic backdrop of CHIJMES's dramatic columns.
#2 Grey: ACM (Asian Civilisations Museum)
Asian Civilisations Museum has a grand spiral staircase where the light hits the centre of the ground floor perfectly for a gorgeous shot.
Location: 1 Empress Pl, Singapore 179555
Bonus: PUNCH, a hidden cafe with alfresco courtyard dining and a photo spot with a winding staircase.
#3 Silver: 49 Seats
This futuristic-looking place is 49 Seats, a cafe that's decked out in silver decor with silver furniture. They offer affordable Western fusion cuisine like pastas and fish & chips.
#4 Brown: Parkview Square
Parkview Square is an art deco-style office building located right next to Bugis MRT Station. This "Gotham City" building is full of Insta-worthy spots including statues, sculptures, bronze effigies and a gorgeous afternoon tea spot.
Location: 600 North Bridge Rd, Singapore 188778
Bonus: First opened in 2017, Apple store at Orchard Road is an oldie but goodie.
#5 Yellow: Flash Coffee Singapore
Flash Coffee Singapore is a fairly new coffee shop that opened in late 2020. Located near Tanjong Pagar MRT Station, it's hard to miss with a striking yellow colour scheme.
Bonus: Another 'gram-worthy spot is Medley Alley located at Katong where you can position yourself strategically to look like you have butterfly wings.
#6 Orange: Cafe Kreams
Cafe Kreams is a Korean cafe at Maxwell Chambers that's filled with autumn foliage to feel like you're in Korea in the fall season.
Bonus: KOMA Singapore, one of the most romantic restaurants in Singapore.
#7 Gold: Bacha Coffee
Located in ION Orchard, Bacha Coffee is a cafe that will make you feel like Moroccan royalty. They offer a variety of over 200 coffees from 30 countries.
#8 Red: Buddha Tooth Relic Temple & Museum
Located along South Bridge Road, the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple & Museum is a Chinese Buddhist temple was designed with various elements of Tang Dynasty architecture. There's a line of red lanterns hanging across red doors that's perfect for your CNY photos.
Location: 288 South Bridge Rd, Singapore 058840
Bonus: Have you visited the Coca-Cola-themed 7-Eleven store yet? It has plenty of Coca-Cola-red photo spots, a dining area and claw machines.
#9 Pastel pink: Berlayer Beacon
Located on an outcrop at the southernmost end of Labrador Park, the iconic seven-metre tall structure served as a navigational beacon for boats and ships in the mid-20th century.
Location: Labrador Villa Rd
#10 Hot pink: Capsule Pod
Capsule Pod is a boutique hostel that has a picturesque pink exterior that would fit right into a Wes Anderson film.
Location: 38 Upper Cross St, Singapore 058341
#11 Purple: Old Hill Street Police Station
A pretty well known photo spot in Singapore, Old Hill Street Police Station has over 900 rainbow-hued louvered windows. While taking a picture will all the multi-coloured windows is the go-to, try the less common pose with just the purple windows and a matching purple outfit for a striking photo.
Location: 140 Hill St, Singapore 179369
#12 Blue: Palm Garden @Raffles Hotel
Originally made in Glasgow, Scotland, the beautiful pale blue, 6m-tall cast-iron fountain is now standing at the Palm Garden of Raffles Hotel.
Bonus: There's a row of charming colourful buildings along Blair Road street at Tanjong Pagar including this pastel blue one.
#13 Tiffany blue: Nasty Cookie store @Orchard Gateway
The newest Nasty Cookie store at Orchard Gateway has a replica train station in a gorgeous tiffany blue colour.
#14 Green: Gelam Gallery
Gelam Gallery is Singapore's first outdoor gallery where artists have used the walls at the back of the shophouses as canvases for their vibrant murals and graffiti art.
Location: Muscat St, Singapore 198833
Bonus: You probably know about the photo opportunities at Canopy Park @Jewel Changi, but a lesser known photo angle is this one below. Your photographer needs to go up a staircase to take the photo of you inside the Hedge Maze.
#15 Black: The Mill
It's hard to believe that this dramatic gothic tower is located in Singapore! Hidden among nondescript office buildings, The Mill was designed to resemble a fortress with ornate details, pointed arches and an all-black exterior. There's a Victorian-style Alchemist cafe on the second floor with the same goth aesthetic.
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Text by: GirlStyle SG