Have you ever stopped to take a picture when you accidentally pass by something adorable or Insta worthy? Who would’ve had thought that public transportation stations such as MRT in Singapore can decorate your feeds to make it look aesthetic? The following MRT stations are considered to be the best places to see in Singapore.

Tan Kah Kee

It’s all about colours in Tan Kah Kee Station! Retro colours can be seen near the lift area where you can see green and red panels along the walls. If you are not a fan of warm colours, the overhead bridge outside and you can find green pentagon shape at the sides as a decoration.

Dhoby Ghaut 

Dhoby Ghaut is a transit stations where you can find three lines here: Circle Line (yellow), North South Line (red) and North East Line (purple). You will find huge mosaic walls here and if you go a bit further, you may find 3D floors! There is also a “hidden gem” at the exit of Plaza Singapura near Dhoby Ghaut MRT Station.

Redhill MRT Station

Now this one, you might have seen it in influencers’ post. Just like its name, the theme of this station is red, more like pink. You can get your Instagrammable OOTD pictures here at the stairs, platform, and other waiting areas. There are also many photographers who come here to take a picture of this bubble gum coloured station.

Queenstown

Not a fan of pink? More like a blue person? Well then, Queenstown MRT Station is where you should go instead. It’s only one stop away from Redhill MRT and it is located at the green line. Give your feeds a soft and simple touch by taking a picture at this station. While Redhill station is filled with pink colour, Queenstown is blue. 

Commonwealth 

Almost 30 years old, Commonwealth MRT station still got its game! The yellow paint still looks charming though considering its old age.

In case you haven’t realised it, teh “primary MRT station colours” are all located on the East West Line which include the stations of Redhill (red), Queenstown (blue) and Commonwealth (yellow). Right after Commonwealth Station, you can also stop by at Buona Vista (green). Take a picture at all 4 stations to make colours pop without the use of filter!

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