Although Singapore is such a small country with limited resources, it is never in lack of beautiful tropical parks that makes it real garden city. In this post we will recommend 4 best places to go in Singapore for photo shooting.
Fort Canning Park
Have you ever imagined a lush hill with full of heritage sites and natural scenes, just several-minute walk away from the most central place in the city while still maintains its elegance and composure? Fort Canning Park is the one. This is the iconic hilltop landmark of Singapore which used to be ruled by Malay royalty. Despite of the history, today Fort Canning Park is a venue for concerts, festival and weddings. Roaming around the park, you will be stunned at its lush greenery and expansive lawns and cannot stop picking up the camera to capture the wonderful moments.
How to get there: bounded by Hill St, Canning Rise, Clemenceau Ave & River Valley Rd, nearest MRT: Dhoby Ghaut, Clarke Quay.
Comprised of many themed tropical-style gardens, Botanic Garden is the star visitor attraction with more than 150 years history. It has recently became the UNESCO world heritage site. With its abundance in nature reserves, it is an ideal photography place for people who loves nature, portrait and micro photography.
How to get there: Holland Road and Napier Road (South), Cluny Road (East), Tyersall Avenue (West), Bukit Timah Road (North)
MacRitchie reservoir is Singapore’s oldest reservoir. Despite of being a perfect place for trekking, photographers will also like its pristine forest and waters. Some places are even good for wedding photos!
You may also want to check out our hiking experience at MacRithie Reservoir
I believe the most popular place in Singapore for both locals and international travellers will be Sentosa Island without any doubt. There is no place like Sentosa where you can enjoy beautiful beaches, lush nature reserves, fun entertainment, interesting themed parks and luxurious hotels all in one island. The uniqueness also makes it a good place for photo taking!
How to get there: nearest MRT – Harbourfront