20 Most “Over-Shot” Photography Places in Singapore

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20 Most “Over-Shot” Photography Places in Singapore
– And we are still not sick of it.

23rd April 2011, Singapore – Well, face it. Singapore is just too small. If you have been working hard on your shutter, it’s just a matter of time (or weeks) before you ran out of places to shoot. Be it inspirational places or tourist locations, you will still find yourself thinking – where to shoot next. 🙂

I have always told my peers & photography students, it does not matter how many times you return to a same location if the said place offers you many subjects that allows you to go home with a new set of inspirational photos every time, but then again, Singapore is really limited. Very limited. Though I tried to return to some places often to shoot, I do find myself dragging my feet, but if I managed to get some really nice photos, that offers me another (positive) experience altogether. So it is really a luck thingy.

After surveying on Facebook and Google, I have compiled this list of places which almost all the Photographers in Singapore had visited to shoot – some more than once. As for friends who are reading this from outside Singapore – OK, now you can print this article out if you are visiting Singapore for a Photo – Trip. I am serious. 🙂

20 Most “Over-Shot” Photography Places in Singapore.
( all photos are taken from my albums)

1) Marina Bay Sands/ Esplanade/ Helix Bridge.

2) China Town.

3) Little India.

4) KTM Railway.

5) Singapore Zoological Garden.

6) Jurong Bird Park.

7) Botanic Garden.

8) HortPark.

9) Vivo City/ Sentosa Boardwalk/ Universal Studios.

10) Orchard Road.

11) Merlion/ Fullerton/ Raffles Place.

12) Chinese Garden.

13) Japanese Garden.

14) Henderson Waves/ Southern Ridges.

15) Changi Boardwalk.

16) Sungei Buloh Nature Reserve

17) Upper & Lower Peirce Reservoir

18) Singapore Flyer

19) Marina Barrage

20) Bottle Tree Park

The above 20 places are the most visited places for shoots by photographers. There are other favourite places like  Punggol Beach , Bedok Reservoir, Macritchie Reservoir, Katong Dsitrict, Tiong Bahru Estate, Margaret Drive Estate, etc, but none of these beats the visitorship of the list above. 🙂

So, don’t be surprised if you caught me at any of the above 20 places – I could be finding new subjects at an “old place”. For friends visiting Singapore, do visit the top 20 places above.

🙂

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6 Responses to 20 Most “Over-Shot” Photography Places in Singapore

  1. great photos! thanks for the information. I’ll visit S’pore Oct 5th. Hope can caught you there…hehe

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  4. Joey J says:

    Nice list! True that these places are over-shot, but also some over-shot spots are too nice not to return again and again!

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