Best Places in Singapore for Your Next Analog Shoot


Planning for your first analog adventure this 2018? Here are some of Singapore's best sites for snapping away fresh memories on film:

Tiong Bahru

If you want to stray away from the busy streets of Orchard Road, try visiting Tiong Bahru. Here, hip shops and cafes exist alongside the traditional Tiong Bahru market where people go to get fresh produce.

The streets of Tiong Bahru is also decorated with murals, some of which were created by artist Yip Yew Chong.

Credits: youthlessss

Cloud Forest

The Cloud Forest packs a six-storey high waterfall, lush greenery, and a distinct view of Singapore all in one glass-covered location. Another impressive feat from Singapore's renowned architecture.

Just a tip from blogger thewanderinglens, "switch your camera to cloudy white balance to bring out the rich colors and take a little cloth with you because you'll no doubt get condensation or droplets of mist on your lens."

Credits: mayprodrigo

Haji Lane

Within walking distance from Raffles Singapore is Haji Lane. This gem is a spot filled with shops and cafes similar to Tiong Bahru but Haji Lane's appeal lies in the structure of the area, with the shophouses standing near each other and seemingly communicating through vivid colors.

Credits: jerpsie

written by crissyrobles on 2018-02-17

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One Comment

  1. flamingoid
    flamingoid ·

    I love Haji Lane. There's an ice cream shop there that makes me drool just thinking of it. May I also suggest Chinatown for street photography and the amazing botanic garden?

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