Are you a hobbyist photographer travelling to Singapore and wondering where to take Singapore skyline photos? Then, check out my top 5 spots to take stunning Singapore skyline photography (and get a FREE eBook that guides you to all these photography spots at the end of the post).
Spot 1: Shoot from Esplanade Area
This is THE signature view that captures the essence of modern Singapore. Our iconic Merlion, mythical creature with a lion’s head and a body of a fish, is located only 300 m across the footbridge in this photo.
Spot 2: Shoot from Gardens by the Bay East
This place is not well known even among locals and rather inconvenient to access, but definitely worth a visit. This is also one of the most relaxing places I’ve found in Singapore. Entry to Gardens by the Bay East is free.
Spot 3: Shoot from SkyPark
Capture Singapore skyline from an elevated view point at open-air SkyPark that tops Marina Bay Sands Hotel. If you’re shooting at twilight and dusk, note that tripods are not allowed. So, try bringing in a mini tripod like Gorillapod . No free entry unless you’re a guest of Marina Bay Sands Hotel. For entry prices, check out Marina Bay Sands official website .
Spot 4: Shoot from Singapore Flyer
Here at 165 meters tall Ferris wheel, you can have the bird’s eye view of Singapore skyline, although shooting through a glass window of a rotating capsule poses you a challenge (e.g. you must always shoot handheld, even at night). For ticket prices, check out Singapore Flyer website .
Spot 5: Shoot from Marina Barrage
Marina Barrage is a large spiral-shaped dam that is also a popular spot for flying kites and picnics. To take this Singapore skyline view, walk up the spiral footpath to the rooftop green lawn.
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“Where is this photo taken from?” is a common question among photographers doing a pre-travel search on a place they’re visiting. This FREE 8 page eBook (PDF) answers this particular question by including very detailed info on how to get to these photography spots. Plus, I’ve added several general tips that would help anyone travelling to Singapore.
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