Secret Shooting Spots of Photographers in Singapore – Part 2

Photos by Alwin and Kai of Trouve

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11) Marina Barrage

Alwin and Kai: Here you can get beautiful sunsets with the CBD skyline as a backdrop. When the sun goes down, and the buildings light up, you get to enjoy Singapore’s beautiful cityscape.

Photos by Alwin and Kai of Trouve
Photos by Alwin and Kai of Trouve

12) Fort Canning Park

Samuel: There is always something about the lines of this pathway that creates an emotional touch to the photographs taken there, and it is often quiet as well, which sets couples at ease.

Photo by Samuel Goh of Samuel Goh Photography
Photo by Samuel Goh of Samuel Goh Photography

13) Punggol (lallang fields at Punggol Road and Punggol Beach)

Yu Hsin: I like Punggol beach because of its serenity. Not many beachgoers choose Punggol so it’s naturally quiet. The Punggol fields add that soft touch to images, especially when lit by the sun.

Photos by Yu Hsin of Tinydot Photography
Photos by Yu Hsin of Tinydot Photography

14) Tiong Bahru estate

Samuel Goh: Tiong Bahru is the perfect combination of quirkiness nestled in old school shophouses, and there are so many nooks and crannies that make every engagement session fun and unique.

Photos by Samuel Goh of Samuel Goh Photography
Photos by Samuel Goh of Samuel Goh Photography

Kelvin: There is so much to shoot here! Including the market itself. The people there are generally very friendly and colorful. I love all the old coffeeshops too.

Photos by Kelvin Koh of Lightedpixels Photography
Photos by Kelvin Koh of Lightedpixels Photography

15) Seletar North Link

Wilson: This is currently an area where the forest is cleared for construction. Many people mistake this place for Europe or Australia because there’s a beautiful lake, which is hardly ever found in Singapore. It’s not possible to reach this spot without a car.

Photos by Wilson of AndroidsinBoots
Photos by Wilson of AndroidsinBoots

16) Mountbatten Playground

Kelvin: This is an old HDB playground and it’s nestled between four HDB blocks. The estate is old – full of character. It kinda reminds me of my childhood too!

Photos by Kelvin Koh of Lightedpixels Photography
Photos by Kelvin Koh of Lightedpixels Photography

17) The Baba House Singapore

Ting: This is the only well-preserved Peranakan house in Singapore. Everything is authentic and you can find adorable details in every corner of the house. The Baba House charges $500/hr.

Photos by Ting of Ksana
Photos by Ting of Ksana

18) Bukit Timah, near Riders Café

Wilson: This spot is near the hill which you can see whenever you have brunch at Riders cafe. Walk up the hill to the other side, and you will find beautiful untouched greenery.

Photos by Wilson of AndroidsinBoots
Photos by Wilson of AndroidsinBoots

Related: Singapore Saddle Club / Riders Café

Nathan: It’s really gorgeous in the mornings when the sun rises over the backdrop. If you’re lucky, there will be horses grazing in their pens. It’s the only place in Singapore that really makes me feel like I’m not in Singapore.

Photos by Nathan Wu of Nathan Wu Photography
Photos by Nathan Wu of Nathan Wu Photography

19) Upper Pierce Reservoir

Guan Hui and Sylvia: This is a great place for couples who want the location to feel like they are overseas. It’s well shaded and a very relaxing place, which makes it easier for the couple to relax in front of the camera.

Photos by Guan Hui and Sylvia of Bloc Memoire Photography
Photos by Guan Hui and Sylvia of Bloc Memoire Photography

20) Botanical Gardens

Alwin and Kai: It has many different scenes all in one central location, from gazebos to tall trees, ponds and beautiful gardens, and so we can get many different varieties of scenes without going far.

Photos by Alwin and Kai of Trouve
Photos by Alwin and Kai of Trouve

Thanks again Leana and The Wedding Scoop for sharing this article with us!

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