Best Photography Spots in Singapore. Singapore is famous for its beautiful beaches, architecture, and temples. In addition to the endless structures, designs, and natural beauty of the island, the strict laws surrounding littering and keeping public spaces clean makes it a spotless place to visit. They are best known for the sleek incorporation of green spaces which means there are endless places to explore in the city. 

You are met with photo opportunities as soon as you enter Singapore. To help keep track of all the locations you can include on your itinerary, here is a list of the best photography spots in Singapore.

Best photography spots in singapore, Marina Bay

Singapore Marina Bay


The gear we recommend is a good camera and the holy trinity.  A wide-angle lens.  14-24mm or something similar.  A 24-70mm or something similar and, of course, a 70-200mm or something similar.

If you do not have these particular lenses, do not worry; something similar will be just fine. It would be best if you also had a tripod.

Singapore Photography Location Guide

1. Singapore Airport

Your first stop on the island city-state is also the best place to start snapping pictures. Jewel Changi Airport is well known all over the world for its architecture, lush gardens, and giant waterfall. This building is so beautiful that you’ll forget you’re in an airport terminal.

Best photography spots in singapore, singapore airport

2. Gardens by the Bay

Gardens by the Bay holds many attractions in Singapore and its definitely worth a visit. You can start higher up by walking through the SuperGrove Trees, 18 tree-like structures that have hundreds of thousands of plants on them. Below is the rest of the gardens which is a horticultural paradise.

Best photography spots in singapore, Gardens Bay

3. Sentosa

Sentosa Island is the place to head if you are looking for the best beach area to explore in the city-state. There are not only plenty of nature photographs to capture, there are also endless attractions from the waterpark to the aquarium and even Universal Studios. 

4. Jurong Bird Park

This is a park managed by the Wildlife Reserves Singapore. There are a variety of birds of prey that live in the park and you can capture them during the birds of prey show. Keep a lookout for eagles, hawks, vultures, and many others.

5. Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum

This temple houses lots of sacred relics and artifacts and stands out amidst all the streets of Chinatown. The main temple is made of three tiers and the exterior is intricately carved and decorated. 

6. Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple

One of the oldest temples in the city can be found in Little India. This is a very ornate temple that has very detailed designs on the exterior. If you plan on visiting the inside, you’ll need to be respectful by removing shoes and covering your shoulders and legs. 

7. Clarke Quay

This riverfront area is the ideal place if you want to capture some skyline shots of the city and its skyscrapers. There are lots of colorful shops that are located along the waterway and you can walk the entirety of Clarke Quay all the way down to the Merlion Statue.

Best photography spots in singapore Clarke Quay

Best Photography Spots in Singapore

8. Hort Park

Hort Park is just one of many beautiful parks in Singapore. Not only is it a gardening hub for those who enjoy gardening to stop at, there are also areas to hike, practice tai chi, cycle, and skate. There are many types of plants at this park so it is a great place to learn and take pictures.

9. Joo Chiat Road

This is a fun area to explore because there is a nice mix of places to eat, shops to explore, and picture opportunities to take advantage of. This neighborhood shows off Peranakan culture to the fullest extent and is a beautiful place to walk around.

Best photography spots in singapore, Joo Chiat road

10. Lasalle College of the Arts

This school has some stunning architecture. This is a good place to go if you’re looking for some design work to appreciate and photograph. There are many glass aspects of the building in various shades of blue that highlight the school’s dedication to the arts.

11. Marina Square Maze

This maze is located around the rooftops of Marina Square and is a popular spot to visit. It is not only fun to try to explore and figure out yourself, there are also some cool pictures you can take if you’re standing at the right angles or even from above the maze.

12. The Cloud Forest

The Cloud Forest is a gigantic greenhouse made of thousands of individual glass pieces. The dome has multiple levels to walk through and is designed to maintain a tropical climate meaning it is capable of housing diverse tropical plants. The tallest manmade waterfall is also located here. 

Best photography spots in singapore, The cloud forest

13. Henderson Waves

This walkway is created from a ton of slatted wood. It takes you high up into the sky where you can admire the beautiful trees in the area. The main swerve of wood is also a great structure to photograph.

14. Little India

There are plenty of photo opportunities in Little India. There are many streets of brightly colored buildings like the House of Tan Teng Niah which was built by local businessmen in the 1900s. There are alleyways you can wander around here and appreciate the architecture and culture of the area. 

Best photography spots in singapore, little india

15. Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve

This location gives you great lookout points of Singapore’s northern coast. While there is some walking involved, this wetland reserve gives you the chance to spot bird hides and admire lookout points along the boardwalks. 

Best Photography Spots in Singapore

16. Singapore Casino, Marina Bay Sands

This is a luxury hotel and casino in Singapore and is recognized by people all over the world. It is made up of three towering buildings and topped with a ship that sits on them. It is an iconic structure that is easy to photograph from the outside and fun to explore inside. 

Best photography spots in singapore, Singapore Casino

17. Pulau Ubin Quarries

You’ll need to hop on a ferry to get to this island. It is popular for its quarries and it is a great place to get some photos of prawn farmers harvesting and taking care of their prawns. 

18. National Gallery Singapore

This gallery is especially interesting because it was renovated from the old Supreme Court. There are large atriums and corridors to check out and really cool structures and art galleries to walk through. 

Best photography spots in singapore, National gallery Singapore

19. Asian Civilisations Museum

This museum is dedicated to Asian antiquities and art. It has a very grand exterior and many interesting exhibitions to walk through. It forms a part of four museums in the city-state. 

20. Punggol Waterway Park

This waterway park is usually used for cycling but is also a great place to capture some interesting photos. The bridges in the area are the best to feature in sunset or sunrise photos. You can try the Jewel Bridge and the Lorong Halus Bridge for some dynamic shots. 

21. Haji Lane

Haji Lane is a very photogenic location in the city because there are vivid colors on walls and buildings everywhere you go. There are lots of murals on this street which is saying a lot considering it is only about 100 meters long.

Best photography spots in singapore, Haji Lane

22. Merlion Statue

The merlion represents the iconic mascot of Singapore. It references the past with the body symbolizing Temasek, a fishing village, and the head referencing Singapore’s name, “lion city”. It is a really fun and popular statue to visit and is located across from the Marina Bay Sands.

Best photography spots in singapore, Merlion Statue

These are the best photography spots in Singapore.

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