Everyone can agree that Singapore has a lot of instagrammable buildings, right? Other than shopping, #SGB_Family can save cool pictures in your phones, ready to be posted to your social media. Are you on a budget? Don’t worry! #SGB_Team will share some places where you can pose however long you desire and snap endless pictures for free! Let’s take a look at the list below!
Spiral Staircase at Bugis
One of the famous insta worthy background is this colourful spiral staircase at Bugis. Don’t be surprised if you are not the only one who knows this place so #SGB_Family should come in the morning to avoid the crowd. The road here won’t be deserted and there would usually be cars, parked around the area. The cars can be your additional background and it seems like it belongs to you!
SPIRAL STAIRCASE BUGIS
Behind Bugis Village, 233 Victoria Street
Here are some more colourful buildings to excite your Instagram page! MICA is a building with numerous colourful doors. You might have seen this one from selebgram’s posts. #SGB_Family can now pose at the same exact spot! MICA Building was once a police station at Hill Street.
140 Hill St, Singapura 179369Clarke Quay
Peranakan House (Joo Chiat)
Your Instagram feeds are not complete without a picture of you at Joo Chiat! Take a snapshot here with the beautiful Peranakan houses as your background. The sweet pastel colour houses here were inspired by Chinese architecture 1920-1930. You will see a signature Peranakan style of tiles here as well with its classic flower motifs that are truly beautiful. Though you may take as many pictures as you want, it is important to avoid disturbing the residents inside the houses!
KOON SENG ROAD
140 Hill St, Singapura 179369Dakota, take bus number 16 towards Aft Daku Rd
House of Tan Teng Niah, Little India
Little India is known for its unique environment that stands out form most places you see in Singapore. One of its very well-known photogenic places in Little India is House of Tan Teng Niah. These vibrant houses were built in 1900s and is a remaining of Chinese Villa building. Not only they are pretty to the eyes, but these buildings have rich history behind them!
HOUSE OF TAN TENG NIAH
37 Kerbau Rd, Singapura 219168Little India
Redhill MRT Station
Who said MRT stations can only be boring? Redhill MRT Station is pink in colour and though it is considered to be one of the smallest stations in Singapore, you can’t deny the photogenic nature of it! Redhill station is an outdoor station that is located at the East west Line. Are you ready to upgrade your feeds? Stop for a while when you alight at this station to get amazing pictures!