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Top 10 Instagram-Worthy Locations in Singapore - 2023

Updated Jun 2023
  • No.1

    Gardens by the Bay

    7,850 Reviews
    1.4km from downtown
    "Cloud forest and flower dome are worth visiting if you dont want to suffer with the hot temp outside."
    Highlights: Gardens by the Bay is one of Singapore's landmarks. It is a city garden district comprising the Bay South Garden, Bay East Garden and Bay Central Garden.Cloud Forest featuring Avatar: The Experience28 Oct 2022 to 30 June 2023 9.00am to 9.00pm (Last admission at 8.00pm)Cityneon Holdings, Disney Location-Based Experiences, and James Cameron and Jon Landau’s Lightstorm Entertainment have collaborated closely to produce an immersive walkthrough event inspired by the beauty and unique storytelling of the highest-grossing film globally of all-time, Avatar.Guests will journey through the alien world of Pandora witnessing its bioluminescent environments, engaging with its mystical creatures and flora, and sharing in the captivating culture of its indigenous people, the Na’vi.Avatar: The Experience (28 Oct 2022 - 30 Jun 2023), set within the visually stunning iconic Cloud Forest at Gardens by the Bay, will elevate guest visits with impressive interactives and striking content throughout five different zones. Interactives will include the debut of a life-size animatronic banshee, fascinating visitors with its incredibly realistic and detailed appearance, authentic roars, and real-time reactions to its environment.Additionally, guests will be introduced to a baby banshee handled by expert puppeteer docents providing unique photo opportunities for this event. The path continues with exciting installations throughout the venue and a first look at an artistic sculpt representation of the new marine creature, the Ilu, from the film Avatar: The Way of Water.Flower DomeThe Flower Dome is home to almost 30,000 plants of over 700 species, housed in 9 different gardens from 5 continents of the world. Come up close to floral gems and vegetation from Australia, America, Africa, Asia and Europe, as you wander amongst thousand-year-old olive trees, unusual baobabs and an exciting floral display that changes seasonally. Immerse yourself in a nature experience like no other - spectacular, innovative and definitely something for everyone!Cloud ForestEnter the Cloud Forest, a mysterious world veiled in mist. Come up close to plants from the tropical highlands. Be greeted by a 35-metre mountain, complete with one of the world’s tallest indoor man-made waterfalls. Discover the densely planted mountain with fascinating orchids, delicate ferns, colourful bromeliads, dazzling begonias and carnivorous pitcher-plants. Take in breath-taking mountain views surrounded by diverse vegetation and hidden floral gems, learn about rare plants and their fast disappearing environment while you discover nine unique zones including a biannual changing orchid displays for an interactive adventure perfect for the whole family!Floral FantasyBe delighted by scenes of floral artistry as live plants, cut flowers, foliage and preserved flowers come together to create a vibrant, whimsical and immersive landscape at Floral Fantasy.Supertree ObservatoryGet your cameras ready! Located at the tallest Supertree’s canopy, the Supertree Observatory offers unparalleled views of Gardens by the Bay’s lush surrounds and the Marina Bay area. Enjoy refreshments, an immersive digital learning experience, endless photo opportunities, and an unforgettable time at the Gardens’ highest point!
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  • No.2

    Rooftop Infinity Pool

    579 Reviews
    1.1km from downtown
    "Singapore's Marina Bay Sands Hotel, one of the landmarks, although the room is generally large, not luxurious, but the infinity pool on the 57th floor is absolutely praise, here you can enjoy the beauty of Singapore, the pool is only open to guests, want to go to the pool This floor has tickets downstairs, Ten years ago it was Singapore $20, per person."
    Highlights: The Marina Bay Sands Hotel Infinity Pool is the pride of the hotel and is the world’s longest elevated swimming pool, situated 191 meters above the ground. The pool is like a crisp, clear spring stretching to the edge of a cliff. The area is well-reinforced with safety barriers. Swimmers can take a dip on what feels like the edge of the world, as they look out on the beautiful Singapore skyline.
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  • No.3

    Clarke Quay

    2,006 Reviews
    1.3km from downtown
    "Clarke Quay is Singapore’s historic riverside pier, located at the mouth of the Singapore River and upstream of the barge pier. Clarke Quay is also the name of a road along the pier, part of which has been converted to a pedestrian street. Clarke Street was officially named in 1896. Similar to Clarke Quay, Clark Street was later converted into a pedestrian street."
    Highlights: Clarke Quay is a riverside entertainment destination known throughout the world. It hosts shopping, endless dining and even bungee jumping for a perfect night on the town. Most visitors head to Clarke Quay in the evening to sample Singapore’s famous chili crab dishes and later hit the riverside bars for a drink with friends in the vibrant Singapore nightlife.
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  • No.4

    ArtScience Museum

    799 Reviews
    1.2km from downtown
    "The future world of teamlab cooperation children like it very much. After the various patterns are painted in color, they will appear on the big screen. Children can play in this place for most of the day."
    Highlights: With 21 gallery spaces spanning nearly 5,000m², ArtScience Museum has held large-scale exhibitions by some of the world’s best known artists including Leonardo da Vinci, Salvador Dalí, Andy Warhol, Vincent Van Gogh and M.C. Escher since opening in February 2011. In addition, ArtScience Museum has presented significant exhibitions that explore aspects of science including big data, particle physics, paleontology, marine biology, cosmology and space exploration.Designed by renowned architect Moshe Safdie, the lotus-inspired ArtScience Museum has been called "The Welcoming Hand of Singapore" by Mr Sheldon Adelson, the chairman of Las Vegas Corp.The building's form is made up of 10 "fingers" anchored by a unique round base in the middle. The design of each finger reveals different gallery spaces and the skylights at the "fingertips" dramatically illuminate the curved interior walls.The Museum's roof channels rainwater through the central atrium of the building creating a 35m water drop into a small, reflecting pool. The collected rainwater is recycled for use in the building.[Future World: Where Art Meets Science]Immerse yourself in a world of art, science, magic and metaphor through a collection of digital interactive installation.This permanent exhibition is created in collaboration with teamLab, a renowned interdisciplinary art collective.Future Worldtakes visitors on an exciting journey of discovery through these key narratives –City in A Garden,Sanctuary,ParkandSpace.Sneakertopia: Step Into Street Culture25 Feb 2023 - 31 Mar 2023Sneakertopiais a colourful, larger-than-life sneaker and street culture exhibition that celebrates the art and history of sneakers and much, much more!Born on the streets, sneaker culture has since been driven by artists, athletes and celebrities who express their creativity and passion through sneakers and their designs. Whether status symbols or markers of identity, there is no denying the role of sneakers in defining pop and street culture today but this phenomenon is about more than just sports, hip-hop and fashion.The 2023 Asian and Southeast Asian premiere ofSneakertopiaat ArtScience Museum brings together local and international artists, creatives, contributors and brands in a striking exhibition that features over 100 limited-edition sneakers alongside murals, installations, designs and original artworks. These presentations illustrate crossovers into related street culture genres of art, entertainment and technology.Organised by SPACElogic with partners SL Experiences and Gushcloud International, in collaboration with ArtScience Museum, Singapore, this exhibition was created by Emmy award-winning producer, Steve Harris, and Silicon Valley tech entrepreneur, Steve Brown, who are excited to share their love for iconic footwear with audiences around the world.
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  • No.5

    National Gallery Singapore

    674 Reviews
    1.1km from downtown
    "The National Gallery of Singapore has a Wu Guanzhong exhibition hall, which records the friendship between local painter Liu Guosong and Wu Guanzhong. There is also a children's exhibition hall, which has multiple rooms providing different artistic creation methods, and staff to carry out aesthetic education for children."
    Highlights: UNVEILING MODERN SINGAPORE AND SOUTHEAST ASIAN ARTNational Gallery Singapore is a leading visual arts institution overseeing the largest public collection of modern art of Singapore and Southeast Asia. Situated at the birthplace of modern Singapore, in the heart of the Civic District, the Gallery is housed in two national monuments—City Hall and former Supreme Court—that have been beautifully restored and transformed into this exciting 64,000 square metre venue.Reflecting Singapore’s unique heritage and geographical location, the Gallery aims to be a progressive museum that creates dialogues between the art of Singapore, Southeast Asia and the world to foster and inspire a creative and inclusive society. This is reflected in our collaborative research, education initiatives, long-term and special exhibitions, and innovative programming.
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  • No.6

    Little India

    1,056 Reviews
    2.9km from downtown
    "Singapore Little India is a gathering place for Indians. Indian-style buildings, markets, listening to dynamic Indian songs, and very unique Indian temples, colorful Chen Dongling's former residence, the weather was bad on the day, and there were fewer pedestrians."
    Highlights: Located in the northeastern part of Singapore, Little India is the must-visit attraction if you want to experience local Indian culture. In the mid 19th century, Little India was a spot where Indian trade took place. Traders hired Indian migrant workers to manage goods and services and subsequently, the area grew into a buzzing district for local Indians to hangout. Today, there is a mix of Hindu and Chinese temples, mosques and churches located in Little India. It has developed into an epitome of Singapore’s vibrant culture. In this historic district, olden-day trades sit next to newer businesses. You can find flower-garland vendors, modern eateries, boutique hotels, as well as arts groups. You are also able to observe the joyous celebrations if you visit during the festive season: Deepavali (usually October or November) and Pongal (Mid-January). Don’t forget to shop as well! The 24-hour shopping mall Mustafa Centre offers everything from electronics to groceries at a cheap and reasonable price.
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  • No.7

    Haji Lane

    413 Reviews
    2.5km from downtown
    "In Singapore Bugis Bugis+ Cat catch barbecue, do not eat barbecue, heart like cat catch, barbecue is delicious, do not have to do it yourself, staff help us roast"
    Highlights: Haji Lane is the heart of Kampong Glam. This laid-back street is full of exquisite shops and literature and art cafes. The old houses on Haji Lane were used as wartime warehouses, and the old architecture still retains the style of the British colonial period. Today, there are many specialty shops and designer shops, selling all kinds of unique products like clothing, boutique furniture, etc.
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  • No.8

    Fort Canning Park

    201 Reviews
    1.6km from downtown
    "it’s a lovely park, suitable for evening walk.😊✨there’s a hidden gem in the park - Le Jardin, an awesome unique cafe."
    Highlights: Learn about Singapore's history while experiencing the lush beauty of nature when you take a trip to Fort Canning Park. The location, which sits on a low hill, was at one time home to Malay rulers dating to the turn of the 14th century. Now, you can enjoy the abundant flora and marvel at Singaporean architecture. Guided nature walks happen on many Saturdays. For a fresh historical perspective on World War II, see the Battle Box to relive the events leading up to the British surrender of Singapore to the Japanese in 1942. You can also watch performances at the park, ranging from famous music to ballet.
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  • No.9

    Helix Bridge

    363 Reviews
    1.4km from downtown
    "The double spiral bridge is a very design and novel artistic bridge. The two spiral structures form the whole bridge body, similar to a barrel structure, and the bridge is also very flat. You can take pictures here and enjoy the architectural style of Singapore's urban characteristics."
    Highlights: Helix Bridge connects Merlion Park and Garden by the Bay. The spiral sculpture is unique in shape and inspired by DNA structure, reflecting the meaning of life and continuity, renewal and growth. At night, the colorful lights change constantly and reflect on the water, making the scenery more charming. The ice cream stalls at the bridgehead are very popular and people often line up.
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  • No.10


    233 Reviews
    1.7km from downtown
    "An old colonial Cathedral refurbished to a modern eateries and bars with full of International cuisines."
    Highlights: Chijmes has a functioning history of over a century and began its life as a religious circle. After a great deal of reclamation work led throughout the years, it has now been changed over in to a shopping road for individuals who visit the area. You should incorporate Chijmes as a basic piece of your Singapore visits. As this building has an assortment of eateries that serve cooking styles from around the world, you can have the correct sustenance for your tastes. Along these lines, you can shop, eat and appreciate the excellence of this astonishing building in the meantime.
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  • No.11


    127 Reviews
    2.6km from downtown
    "Orchard Road Library, Singapore, is a private library. The area is not too large, but the layout inside is very warm, it is a place where it is easy to read in the book, and there are tea rooms and various animal rooms inside. I feel that the boss is a particularly caring and patient person."
    Highlights: Orchard Road Library is located in the bustling shopping mecca of Singapore. A large part of the library's collection is related to design, and the decoration and interior style of the library are also very design-oriented. You can go shopping at Orchard Road in your spare time. Come here to experience a different atmosphere.
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What are some Instagram-Worthy Locations in Singapore?
Some Instagram-Worthy Locations in Singapore include:Gardens by the Bay|Rooftop Infinity Pool|Clarke Quay|ArtScience Museum|National Gallery Singapore
What are some highly-rated Instagram-Worthy Locations in Singapore?
Some highly-rated Instagram-Worthy Locations in Singapore include:Gardens by the Bay:4.8|Rooftop Infinity Pool:4.8|Clarke Quay:4.6|ArtScience Museum:4.6|National Gallery Singapore:4.7
At what locations in Singapore can Instagram-Worthy Locations in Singapore be found?
The Instagram-Worthy Locations in Singapore are mainly located in:Gardens by the Bay:Singapore|Rooftop Infinity Pool:Singapore|Clarke Quay:Singapore|ArtScience Museum:Singapore|National Gallery Singapore:Singapore