Travelled to Singapore, took a lot of photos, came back, opened Instagram, saw a picture of a beautiful place in Singapore, wondered why didn’t you go to that place to capture that moment and started regretting. It happened to you before, right? Well, I know how frustrating that situation is!
Yes, Singapore is relatively a small country compared to other countries in Asia, but it has so many places that you do not want to miss. Singapore, the Southeast Asia’s most modern city-state, has become one of the most desirable holiday destinations. The country blends Chinese, Malay, Arab, Indian and English cultures and religions.
Instagram, the photographers’ favorite platform, has an increasingly big role in the way people capture their unforgettable moments and share their beautiful experience. Millions and millions of travelers share their photos and videos on Instagram. You can even find over 34.8 million posts in #Singapore, but are they really Instagram worthy? If you are planning to go to Singapore and want to show your friends how amazing your trip was, keep reading this guide to the most Instagram-worthy places in Singapore.
  1. Gardens by the Bay (Supertree Grove)

Gardens by the Bay
Gardens by the Bay is one of the most visited attractions of the city, it is a nature park located in the centre of Singapore next to the Marina Reservoir. Every spot in this park has a beautiful and satisfying view, and the most famous spot is the Supertree Grove. While there are some paid attractions in the Gardens, getting access to the majority of the 250 acres of Gardens by the Bay is totally free for anyone who wants to immerse themselves in nature. Every angle inside this park has a beautiful look, and your trip wouldn’t be complete without an Instagram photo by the trees.
  1. Marina Bay Sands Hotel

Marina Bay Sands Hotel
One of the most famous hotels in Singapore is Marina Bay Sands, it a has an infinity pool at the rooftop which has quickly become one of the famous and Instagrammed spots in the country. The pool is only accessible to people who stay in the hotel. To get a nice shot, make sure to head up early in the morning before the people storm the pool.
  1. Cloud Forest

Cloud Forest
Cloud Forest is one of the famous landmarks within Gardens by the Bay and this is one of the spots that you have to buy a ticket in order to go inside. It is recommended to buy the ticket online to avoid the queues. This place is one of the most Instagrammable spots in Singapore, the huge indoor rainforest gives you an astonishing photo backdrop.
  1. Helix Bridge

Helix Bridge
Helix Bridge is a pedestrian bridge that connects Marina Centre with Marina South, and is designed to represent DNA. The roof of the bridge is made of glass and it has a pattern structure that looks blueish during the day. If you visit it at night, all the lights come on and give an amazing visual experience for all pedestrians walking the bridge, which became a very Instagram-worthy spot.
  1. The Multi-colored Double-storey Terrace 

Multi-colored Double-storey Terrace
You would be too surprised once you see how colorful these cute little houses are. The houses were built in the 1920’s and 1930’s, with a Peranakan-theme (Peranakans are descendants of Chinese immigrants who migrated to the Malay archipelago). The astonishing houses are now a popular spot for tourists, bloggers and photographers.
Few original families still live in some of these houses, while other houses are lived in by the new generation of Singaporeans. There are numerous streets in Singapore where you can find colorful houses, but the ones in Koon Seng Road are the most instragrammable. You do not need to add Instagram filters, just keep it natural.
  1. Masjid Sultan

Masjid Sultan
Located in Arab Street, Masjid Sultan is considered one of the most important mosques in Singapore. Arab Street is one of the cool areas of Singapore due to the colorful buildings, restaurants and shops. Take a nice shot of the mosque, but do not forget to include the tall palm trees in the shot for a unique theme.
  1. Tan Ten Niah's House in Little India

Tan Ten Niah's House
Tan Teng Niah’s former colorful house was built in 1990, it is the last surviving Chinese villa in Little India, which was owned by a Chinese businessman. Today it provides a beautiful backdrop for anyone who wants a perfect shot for their Instagram photos with an interesting history so they can write a good long caption about the past and how it became the favorite place for photography enthusiasts.
Last but not least, we hope you will have a wonderful time in this beautiful country! You will surely have unforgettable moments in there. Make sure you pack everything you need before your flight, and travel safe.