Let’s get wanderlusted in Singapore!
Singapore, who don’t know about Singapore? It’s a country that only has one particular city also the only developed country in South East Asia. Let me show you my favorite places in extravagant Singapore. If you’re only in Singapore as a transit before coming to Bali, you’re welcomed to read my travel guide to Bali, just click me. Through this blog post, I have listed the most Instagrammable places in Singapore for your 4-day trip.
This lane is filled with colorful colors. It’s definitely one of my favorite place to take photos and just chill in the afternoon. Click me for the location.
Universal Studios Singapore
Universal Studios is located in Sentosa Island. To get to the Sentosa Island, you need to go to Vivo City Mall to ride Sentosa Express here. First of all, the entrance fee of the theme park is quite expensive but there are many spots that are Instagrammable inside. Just make sure that you have some fun too going inside a theme park and not just taking photos for Instagram ;). Click me for the location.
Do you love the sky ride/cable car? Well, you can’t miss riding this. You can get a wonderful view while getting great photos for Instagram. You can ride from and to Siloso Beach in Sentosa Island. Click me for the location.
I’m a tropical girl so I challenged myself to find a trace of tropical feeling in Singapore. Guess what, I did find the beach in Singapore that ticks the criteria for becoming my favorite beach. It was less crowded and well-maintained. It also has an iconic suspension bridge to get to the smaller island. Still located in Sentosa Island, click me for the location.
Garden by The Bay
This place truly reminds me of the Avatar movie, the trees are just so unrealistically beautiful. There was no fee to get to the location but in some spots, you will be required to pay to get in such as Supertree Groove, Cloud Forest, and Flower Dome. Click me for the location.
Marina Bay Sands
Marina Bay Sands is one of the expensive hotels in Singapore with a killer view in its infinity pool which sadly only available for the hotel guests. Actually, I was failing to get in since there was a hard rain so I rushed to the MRT station instead. Fortunately, I have taken some of this iconic building photos from distance, in the Dragonfly Lake. As you can see that on the first photo, the lake water is so light blue because I edited it while the second photo captured the lake water to be that filthy shade of green. To be honest, with the naked eye, the color of the lake is artificial teal, just like in the swimming pool. Click me for the location of Marina Bay Sands and click me for the location of where I took the photos.
If you’re planning to come to Singapore on purpose, not just transitting, you can check these links below. I’m providing online booking links so you’ll be able to book your ticket hassle-free with free cancellation.
CLICK ME | Ferry from Batam, Indonesia to Singapore
CLICK ME | Transfer from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia to Singapore
CLICK ME | Transfer from Penang, Malaysia to Singapore
CLICK ME | Transfer from Malacca, Malaysia to Singapore
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4th pic is very epic