A list of places in Singapore i would love to visit with my camera, will upload the photos to this list when im done with the visit, hopefull able to complete the list by the end of the year and make a HUGE collage. :) Do feel free to leave comments on this page for any other places of interest or scenic places for photography in Singapore. Stay tuned for the updates :)

NATURE

- Sunset

1. Changi Point & Beach/Boardwalk – CHANGI VILLAGE ROAD
To get there, take bus 29 from tampines interchange.keep a lookout for the main gate of commando camp on the left.Once the bus past there ,alight at the next stop. Turn left and walk back along the road to the camp past a old army building.U should come to a T intersection,turn right and walk down the road called Cranwell road till u see the big changi boardwalk sign. Total walk time 5-7 min. If u drive ,just head straight down to the end of Cranwell road. http://www.wildsingapore.com/places/cbw1.htm (By Beserk)
2. Woodlands Town Garden, Lakefront – WOODLANDS CENTRE ROAD
3. Lower Pierce Reservoir Park – OLD UPPER THOMSON ROAD, 7th MILE
4. Punggol Road End – PUNGGOL ROAD END
5. Labrador Park – PASIR PANJANG ROAD
6. Matilda’s House – Punggol MRT(walking distance)
7. Changi Coast Road “Lampost 171″ – Behind Changi Airport (Via Driving Only) Beautiful place, no crowd, no man’s land, huge desert, about 20mins drive from the main road. Accessible only on weekends. Till date, only 4X4 and some LGV can drive right to the end, saloon cars better don’t try. About an hour walk from the enterance. Nice scenery all day and night.
8. Upper Seletar Reservoir (Further down from Mandai Crematorium/columbarium)

- Sunrise

1. Lower Seletar Reservoir Park – YISHUN AVENUE 1, LENTOR AVENUE
2. Sembawang Park – SEMBAWANG ROAD END
3. Punggol Beach – Punggol Jetty(Bus 82 from Serangoon Bus Interchange, alight at the terminal station).
4. Changi Coast Road “Lampost 171″ – Behind Changi Airport (Via Driving Only) Beautiful place, no crowd, no man’s land, huge desert, about 20mins drive from the main road. Accessible only on weekends. Till date, only 4X4 and some LGV can drive right to the end, saloon cars better don’t try. About an hour walk from the enterance. Nice scenery all day and night.

- Mid-Day

1. HSBC TreeTop Walk in MacRitchie Reservoir – UPPER THOMSON ROAD
2. Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve – NEO TIEW CRESCENT
3. National Orchid Garden in Singapore Botanic Gardens – CLUNY ROAD
4. Kent Ridge Park – PASIR PANJANG
5. Pulau Ubin – Abandoned Quarries – PULAU UBIN
6. Singapore Zoological Gardens – MANDAI ROAD
7. Changi Coast Road “Lampost 171″ – Behind Changi Airport (Via Driving Only) Beautiful place, no crowd, no man’s land, huge desert, about 20mins drive from the main road. Accessible only on weekends. Till date, only 4X4 and some LGV can drive right to the end, saloon cars better don’t try. About an hour walk from the enterance. Nice scenery all day and night.

CITYSCAPE

- Locations & Uncategorised

1. Marina Bay – CBD
2. Jurong East – JURONG EAST CENTRAL
3. Tampines Central – TAMPINES CENTRAL
4. Toa Payoh 40 Storeys HDB Flats – Toa Payoh Lor 2 ( walking dist frm TPY MRT)
5. Textile Centre, top floor (residential) – North Bridge Rd(Nearest MRT Lavander 10min walk)
6. Selegie House – Selegie Rd, Next to NAFA
7. Zhujiao Complex – Little India, 665 Buffalo Road
8. Shaw Tower Beach Road Carpark 11th Floor (Top Carpark deck) – BEACH ROAD
(views of CBD, Suntec and Bugis areas)
9. Bras Basah Complex HDB flat – 24th storey, the one nearest to Raffles Hotel(views of Suntec to Esplanade & IR and Chinatown at 1 side, views of Indoor Stadium & Kallang River at other side)

- Classic Architecture

1. Tiong Bahru SIT Flats– “To be filled in”
2. Raffles Hotel (some areas) – Beach Rd
3. Shuang Lin Monastery – 184E Jalan Toa Payoh via Kim Keat Link or Toa Payoh Lor 6
4. Old Supreme Court / City Hall – “To be filled in”
5. CHIJMES – North Bridge Rd(Nearest MRT Cityhall)
6. Stamford House – “To be filled in”
7. Former MPH Building – Stanford Rd

- Modern Architecture

1. Parkview Square (new mimicking old) – North Bridge RD (Nearest MRT Stn Bugis)
2. The Gateway – Beach Rd
3. Esplanade – Esplanade dr(Nearest MRT Stn City hall, go via citylink)
4. Supreme Court (new) – North Bridge Rd
5. National Library – North Bridge Rd(Nearest Mrt Stn Bugis)

- Urban Relics

1. Mandai Estate – KRANJI ROAD
2. Jalan Kayu Rural Centre – SELETAR WEST FARMWAY(S)
3. MacKenzie Road Dilapidated Shop-houses – MacKENZIE ROAD
4. Little India – ROCHOR
5. Kampong Glam – NORTHERN SINGAPORE
6. Emerald Hill – “To be filled in”
7. Bishopsgate – “To be filled in”
8. Blair Plains – “To be filled in”

- The Forgotten

1. Old Malay Cemetery – KAMPONG GLAM
2. Old Chinese Cemetery – WOODLANDS ROAD
3. Temenggong Cemetery – MASJID TEMENGGONG
4. Masjid Omar Salmah – JALAN MASSHOR
5. Matilda’s House – Punggol MRT(walking distance)
6. Istana Woodnuek – Botanical Gardens
7. British Colonial bungalows – off Canberra Road (Sembawang) and Buona Vista Mrt Stn

RURALSCAPE

1. Lim Chu Kang / Sungei Kadut – LIM CHU KANG ROAD END
2. Pulau Ubin – PULAU UBIN[/quote]
3. Changi Coast Road “Lampost 171″ – Behind Changi Airport (Via Driving Only) Beautiful place, no crowd, no man’s land, huge desert, about 20mins drive from the main road. Accessible only on weekends. Till date, only 4X4 and some LGV can drive right to the end, saloon cars better don’t try. About an hour walk from the enterance. Nice scenery all day and night.
4. Hyderabad Road – a favourite spot for wedding couples also

7 Responses to “Places to take Photos: Singapore”

  1. lester Says:

    excellent list!

  2. jiwaliar Says:

    yay! thank you for the list! very useful! thank you!

  3. fumblejumble Says:

    Hi! I’m wondering if you can help me think of places where I can take “model shots” that are not too crowded with people, but still has pretty scenery?

    Would appreciate your help! Thanks!

    1. espedine Says:

      you can try ponggol end, theres a field of wheat, very pretty for a surreal country side feel if you use a vintage touch :)

  4. Nycky Says:

    Hi,

    I tried going twice to lampost 171 but can’t seem to find the route you’re talking about.

    Did you actually mean this ? http://maps.google.com.sg/maps?f=q&source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=1.354267+103.998623&sll=1.359,103.818&sspn=0.442761,0.727158&ie=UTF8&ll=1.348392,103.996152&spn=0.00174,0.00284&t=h&z=19&layer=c&cbll=1.348541,103.996215&panoid=R-1lf28cfNhK3hcBKJKw9g&cbp=12,142.07,,0,-0.27

    Otherwise, could you kindly direct me to the place ?

    Greatly appreciate your help.

    Thanks alot,
    Nycky

  5. venok Says:

    thanks for the info. ^_^

  6. frozenjester Says:

    wow! this will be a great help. thanks mate!

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