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Yellow Leaves

Tan Teng Niah’s house in Little India


Little India is one of Singapore’s most vibrant neighborhoods, with a highlight being Tan Teng Niah’s former house, which is the only surviving Chinese villa in the area.

Supertree Grove at Gardens by the Bay


Arguably one of Singapore’s most unique and Instagrammable locations is the futuristic Gardens by the Bay, and in particular, the Supertree Grove within the premises.

Old Hill Street Police Station


When looking at this striking neo-classic building featuring 927 rainbow-coloured windows, you’d never guess this used to a police station and jail!

Street Art at Haji Lane


Haji Lane is Singapore’s equivalent to Melbourne’s hipster alleyways. Filled with hip boutiques, buzzing bars, aesthetically-pleasing cafes

Cloud Forest at Gardens by the Bay


Inside Gardens by the Bay complex is also the Cloud Forest, which is a stunning giant indoor rainforest and ecosystem.

Marina Bay Harbour


Marina Bay Sands is easily the most iconic and photographed building in Singapore, made famous by rooftop pool extending across three it’s towers.

Katong’s Shophouses in Joo Chiat


The Joo Chiat and Katong Heritage neighbourhoods of Singapore have recently started trending on Instagram and it’s not hard to see why.

Future World at the ArtScience Museum


The ArtScience Museum may not sound like a particularly insta-worthy spot, but one glance at it’s futuristic architecture, and you can see there is more to this building than meets the eye.

Arab Street’s Masjid Mosque


Arab Street is yet another hub of unique culture and energy within Singapore and is definitely worth the visit (especially if you want to sample some delicious Middle Eastern cuisine)!

1-Altitude Rooftop Bar


Holding the title as the highest rooftop bar in the world, it’s no wonder that 1-Altitude has some of the BEST views over Singapore.