The 10 best Instagram spots in Singapore

With almost 20 million tourists annually, Singapore is one of the most visited cities in the world. The Asian island state is characterized by imposing buildings, fascinating botanical gardens, city districts worth seeing and a multitude of other attractions.

We have summarized the 10 most popular Instagram spots in the city for you below:

1. Artscience Museum

The ArtScience Museum is one of Singapore’s landmarks due to its special construction. The museum combines art and science and is architecturally a real highlight.

Tip: You have a fascinating view of the ArtScience Museum from the Marina Bay Waterfront.

2. Haji Lane

Haji Lane is a street in Singapore where cafes, restaurants and stores are lined up. Due to the colorful wall decorations and graffiti on the walls, Haji Lane is a popular photo motif.

3. Masjid Sultan Mosque

The Masjid Sultan was opened in 1928 and is one of the most famous and important mosques in Singapore. Since 1975, the mosque has been a national monument. Due to the eye-catching golden domes, the Masjid Sultan Mosque is also a popular Instagram spot.

Tip: If you want to learn more about the history of the mosque, you can join a tour.

4. Helix Bridge

Helix Bridge is a pedestrian bridge that connects Marina Centre with Marina South. The bridge was built in 2010 and has a total length of 280 meters. Due to the construction in the form of a DNA double helix, the bridge is one of the most spectacular pedestrian bridges in the world.

Tip: The pedestrian bridge looks particularly spectacular in the evening hours due to the built-in LED lights.

5. Merlion Park

One of the landmarks of Singapore is the Merlion Park. The park was opened in 2005 and covers an area of 2,500 square meters. The famous Merlion statue has the head of a lion and the body of a fish and is over eight meters high.

6. Marina Bay Waterfront

The Marina Bay Waterfront is a promenade in the youngest district of Singapore. Due to the impressive skyline, the worth seeing sculptures, unique Instagram photos are created at this promenade.

Tip: The photos are particularly impressive at sunset.

7. Buddha Tooth Relic Temple

Buddha Tooth Relic Temple is a Buddhist temple built in 2007. In the interior of the temple you can expect exhibitions of Buddhist history and art.

Tip: On Saturdays there are tours of the temple where you can learn more about Buddhism.

9. Little India

Little India is a historic district near the center of Singapore. Indian restaurants, historic Hindu temples and various stores await you on a visit.

Info: Learn more about the history of the district at the Indian Heritage Centre.

10. National Orchid Garden

The National Orchid Garden is part of the Singapore Botanical Garden, which has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2015. Around 600 orchid species await you in the garden.

Tip: You can buy tickets for a visit to the orchid garden in advance online.

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