12 Imposing Spots in Singapore that Deserves to be on Your Instagram Feed!

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Singapore may be a small country but it is big when it comes to tourist attractions. In fact, many travelers from different parts of the globe put it on their top list of must-visit countries. Aside from the popular spots like Marina Bay Park, Universal Studios Singapore, and Haji Street are other attractions that you can’t help but photograph and post on your IG feed.

 

1. Fort Canning

 

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An iconic hilltop landmark, one of the most historic in Singapore, that is perfect for those who want to appreciate heritage and photo op.

If you want to go to Fort Canning Park Tunnel, take the subway to Dhoby Ghaut and walk to Fort Canning Road. You can use Google Maps as a reference.

 

2. Jewel Changi Airport

 

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Since its opening, Jewel Changi Airport has attracted a large number of tourists to punch their IG-worthy spots of the airport, including the world’s highest indoor waterfall (Rain Vortex) which measures a 40-meter height.

Location: Changi Airport Singapore

 

3. Bukit Timah Railway Station

 

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Bukit Timah Railway Station is the oldest railway station in Singapore which has closed the route in 2011 due to the development of traffic over the years. This abandoned railway can make a dramatic vibe to your photos.

 

4. Mount Faber Park

 

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Want to leave the hustle and bustle of the city behind for a while? Mount Faber Park, located along West Coast Highway in Singapore City, allows you to witness the mesmerizing scenery of the city, the harbor, and the neighboring islands.

Location: 109 Mount Faber Road, Singapore

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5. Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum

 

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A Buddhist temple museum, located in the historic district of Chinatown, which has been established since 2002 and is rich in history and art.

Location: 288 South Bridge Rd, Singapore 058840

 

6. CHIJMES

 

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CHIJMES (Convent of the Holy Infant Jesus Middle Education School) is a historic building complex built in 1904, which has served as a Catholic monastery. After its renovation, its multi-purpose halls are used for shopping, dining, theatre performances, and weddings. The European corridors and architectural styles of the building can make you feel like you’re abroad.

Location: 30 Victoria St., Singapore 187996

 

7. Japanese Cemetery Park

 

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Located in the eastern part of Singapore’s main island is the Japanese Cemetery Park where some Japanese civilians who died in Singapore and Malaysia during World War II were buried. The cemetery is decorated with pink flowers to give a new life to the place, which later on became a hidden photo op spot. 

Location: 22 Chuan Hoe Ave., Singapore 548954 10

 

8. Chinese Gardens

 

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A 13.5 hectare garden built in 1975 by the well-known Taiwanese architect Professor Yuen-chen Yu. The combination of architectural features and natural environment makes it one of the tourist attractions in the western part of Singapore.

Location: 1 Chinese Garden Rd., Singapore 619795

 

9. Keong Saik Road

 

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One of Asia’s top 10 best tourist destinations listed in the international travel guide Lonely Planet. Keong Saik Road was once a famous red light district before it has been converted into a fashion district. 

Location: 65 Keong Saik Road

 

10. Singapore Botanic Gardens

 

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Singapore Botanic Gardens is a 150-year-old famous tourist attraction and the longest open botanical garden in full time. It is a great place to be, especially if you want to enjoy a refreshing sight.

Location: 1 Cluny Rd, Singapore 259569

 

11. Joo Chiat

 

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This absolutely IG-worthy spot has served as a home to some wealthy Peranakan in the 1970s, until the Singapore government listed it as a protected building in the early 1990s.

Location: Singapore 287 Joo Chiat Road, Singapore 427540

Transportation: 15 minutes walk from EW7 Eunos Station or CC3 Dakota Station

 

12. Old Hill Street Police Station

 

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This historic building which has a total of 927 windows — of different sets of colors — was a former police station located in the Museum Planning Area.

Location: 140 Hill St., Singapore 179369

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