Being a tourist involves taking photographs. With a beautiful country like Singapore, it’s important to always carry your camera, so you won’t miss every perfect photo opportunity. If you’re itching to go on a photo walk, below are top five photogenic places in Singapore:
Marina Bay Sands Infinity Pool
Marina Bay Sands is definitely the most impressive structure in Singapore these days. People love it not only for its unique design and great amenities, but also for its priceless and stunning view at the top.
Designed by renowned architect Moshe Safdie, this amazing infinity rooftop pool, about 150 metres across Sands Skypark, gives the best city skyline view of a luxury hotel in Singapore. Imagine the impressive pictures you could take at such an altitude. It’s as if the beach is levitated, and you get to capture the beauty of the city.
Skyline Luge Sentosa
Want to experience a one of a kind Singapore photography? Then take the luge and skyride to catch a glimpse of the Sentosa coastline. At the peak of the ride, battle against the wind and capture the breathtaking bird’s-eye view of the island. The height may send shivers to your spine, but it’s all worth it.
Singapore Art Museum
Apart from the impressive exhibitions, the interior of Singapore Art Museum is also aesthetically appealing. The building is coated in a graceful white and the tiled floors have a unique pattern, which balances the blanched pseudo-gated walls perfectly. It also has a luxurious glass that separates the fantastic world of art from reality.
Henderson Waves Bridge
Henderson Waves Bridge is the highest pedestrian bridge in the country — stretching 36 metres above ground. It has a brilliant outline that looks more like the undulating shape of a wave. Opened in 2008, this bridge exemplifies the perfect harmony of nature and architectural brilliance.
Lower Seletar Reservoir
Lower Seletar Reservoir is calm and peaceful. The place has balmy breezes and turquoise waters that are great for leisure activities. If you prefer a clean and uncluttered feel to your photos, then its empty stretches of roads and vast fields are your perfect canvas.
If you plan to visit Singapore, grab your iPhone, DSLR, tablet, or whatever and hit the streets. Singapore’s beauty awaits you, so don’t miss it.