9 Insta Places in Singapore

Singapore offers a lot of colorful and impressive attractions, which tourists can capture and upload to Instagram. You can upload perfect Insta photos at these attractions. Here is a list of 10 such exciting Insta places that you can find in Singapore.

  • Hill Street Building

Hill Street Building is an old police building that you can find in Singapore. It is well-known for the colorful windows. Colors of rainbow can be found in the windows of this building. The entire building has a total number of 927 windows, which are painted with different colors of the rainbow. All these windows have been constructed in accordance to the neo-classical architecture as well. If you are looking for an Insta friendly attraction in Singapore, this is a place that you must visit.

Location : https://goo.gl/maps/cinZJXPqNCgKAbpC8

  • Little India

Little India is a well-known place among people to purchase goods at a cheaper price. You can find some exciting wall arts in Little India as well. One such exciting wall art among them is the one where you can find three bulls. It is a colorful wall and you must think about taking a picture of you in front of it.

Location : https://goo.gl/maps/J85y6d6BaEJwyTJU6

  • Library at Orchard

You don’t need to be a book lover to visit Library at Orchard. It is a great place where you can take a lot of pictures to be uploaded on Instagram. Main reason behind the popularity of this library among Insta users is the appearance of book shelves. The book shelves look like waves. When books are stacked in them, you can get a colorful look and feel. Hence, you are encouraged to go here and capture some photos to be uploaded on Instagram.

Location : https://goo.gl/maps/VDEmeU7cB9FXaBUN6

  • Art Science Museum

Art Science Museum offers a range of unique exhibits. You can also think about visiting this museum to capture some Insta photos. There are massive LED screens in the museum, which display unique and futuristic scenes. All you have to do is to get in front of one such LED screen and capture a photo. Then you can simply upload it on Instagram and make it look perfect.

Location : https://goo.gl/maps/AEyDzjZ8W177P3HS8

  • Shopping Malls

In Singapore, you can also discover a large number of shopping malls. These shopping malls are unique and have been developed according to fascinating architecture. Due to the same reason, you can also think about visiting one of those shopping malls to capture Insta friendly photos. This is one such photo, which clearly shows the way how two elevators have been designed to look great.

Location : https://goo.gl/maps/v74G1LWRLPiXhJQk6

  • Fort Cannning

Fort Canning Park is one of the most popular nature reserves that you can find in Singapore. If you are interested in experiencing a lot of greenery, you should think about visiting Fort Canning. While appreciating heritage, you will also be provided with the chance to capture some breathtaking images. All the images that you capture in here would contain green backgrounds and they look perfect for Instagram.

Location : https://goo.gl/maps/HRuPXy3L5iQk7hqN9

  • Gardens by the Bay

Gardens by the Bay is a massive 101 hectare garden that you can find in the heart of the city. This is a massive green space, which contains three waterfront gardens. You will also be able to discover unique architectural elements at Gardens by the Bay. They are ideal for taking pictures, which you can later upload on Instagram.

Location : https://goo.gl/maps/wLNBcoMLDcfHmGpi8

  • Massive Trees
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On April 22, people around the globe celebrate Earth Day🌎♥️ Many of you, our friends here, have posted amazing pictures with cool captures. Every day is Earth Day and here is our story of ecological urbanism in Singapore🌿🏢⁣ ⁣ The city-state of Singapore, where 100% of the population is urbanized, is the greenest city in Asia, and arguably has few competitors in the rest of the world. As Singapore's population and the economy grew, so did its green cover: it was about 36% in the 1980s and it now stands at 47%. You can totally feel it… Just as we do in this picture! Amazing park with thousands of different tropical plants just in the middle of the downtown🌳🌴🌲 ⁣ ⁣ One initiative in place to ensure a more sustainable 'green' status throughout the country is the Building and Construction Authority's Green Mark Scheme – a rating system introduced in 2005 to evaluate all buildings based on their environmental impact and performance🌱🍃🌿⁣ ⁣ We love that Singapore won't even stop at this point and it pledged to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 16% below business as usual levels in 2020‼️⁣ ⁣ Many cities, especially those in Asia, are densely populated with no green zones around. We hope that Singapore can just set up an example for governments around the world💚♻️⁣ ⁣ People are happiest when they're most connected to nature🌿 Isn't it true❓

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Even though Singapore is a small country, you can find a lot of massive trees. You can go in front of such a massive tree and capture a photo, which you can upload on Instagram. Even though you would appear tiny on such a photo, your Insta fans would love it.

Location : https://goo.gl/maps/SCKNQEajwFWpPRyg6

  • Spiral staircase

You can also think about capturing a great photo in front of this spiral staircase. It is beautifully painted in white and it blends perfectly well with the background. Therefore, you would immediately fall in love with the way how it appears. It is another Insta friendly place that you can visit to capture a photo.

Location : https://goo.gl/maps/Dra7goMaJqRP8Jc77

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