Tanjong Beach- Sentosa
Sentosa is the popular place in Singapore included the beach of Sentosa. Beach lovers, stroll along the fine sand as the gentle sea breeze caresses your faces. Hand in hand, along the water’s edge. Sentosa is an absolute must for you at sunset to capture the romance. Especially if you want to bring your dog along for the shoot. It’s white pristine sand though man-made, is soft and makes for a beautiful serene setting for your photos.
Bridal photoshoots will never be the same again with Quayside Isle and its beautiful landscapes and waterscapes. Nestled within exclusive Sentosa Cove, Quayside Isle’s tranquility is a sanctuary from the frenzied Singapore city life that provides the perfect stage for the romance and intimacy of every relationship to shine. Plus, there are clean toilets nearby in the mall, which makes for easy touch ups and outfit changes. You would not be able to resist having a backdrop of the marina behind you. The fleet of yachts and wooden planks that form the boardwalk along the marina complete the look.
Sunset Way Railway Tracks
This abandoned old railway track goes through Sunset Way, but you can best access it from Clementi Avenue 4. What with the growing interest in rough-and-tumble type of wedding photography, this might just reap exceptional results. Apart from the track, the train station and rusted overarching structures also provide photogenic backdrops. At Sunset Way sits one of such tracks where you can capture lovely photos with the tracks as backdrops. The obvious downside is that this is a tedious location to get to, especially for the bride. You have to climb hilly terrain, and there are gaps between the planks on the track. So if you have decided to go the distance, be wise with the kind of shoes you wear. Also bring an ample supply of insect repellent and water, as well as makeup because a touch-up will be necessary.
Punggol Lalang Field
The calming still life of Punggol lalang fields, tucked away in a corner of the bustling city of Singapore. The place is amidst the beautiful, natural warm lighting of the sunset. The vast empty field where lalang grows aplenty is a wonderful spot to have pre-wedding photo shoots filled with serenity. It’s quiet, private and peaceful, and when the sun hits it just right, the field transforms into a magical Golden Meadow. Have a field day (pun intended) with props and such at this charming sunny spot.
Fans of architecture and design? Chijmes is famous for its design and structure, with many flocking over to shoot photos. With such a beautiful backdrop, you can be sure to have brilliant photos. The white washed walls of the colonial styled building makes for a perfect chapel backdrop for your photos. It is a truly beautiful and historic place in Singapore for the couples who want their wedding photographs at a Church in Singapore. It looks really beautiful, is very conveniently located and it is also free to enter. CHIJMES is definitely a place that you must explore.
With so many spots of hidden gems in this gorgeous garden, it’s no wonder the International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS) recently released a recommendation for the Singapore Botanic Gardens to be inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Famous to both home and the world, Singapore Botanic Gardens is a perfect spot for the nature lovers. Filled with luscious greenery, beautiful flowers and lake waters, the famous while pavilion tops it all. Some spot that don’t miss are the white pavilion, Swan Lake, the waterfall, the arches of lalang, iconic tembusu tree and Singapore orchid garden.
Universal Studio Singapore
Universal Studio is a good place for your bridal photo shoot, especially for fun-loving couples. What could be more fun than a theme park to photo shoot a wedding photo? USS will provide you funky backdrops that you wouldn’t otherwise dream of. But beware, it can be crowded on weekends, so if you don’t want tons of theme park goers invading your pictures, be sure to go early and on a weekday and not go on holiday. Some spot that don’t miss out are the Hollywood street, the castle at far far away, and the mascot(Depending on the season, USS will have mascots strolling around for photos and you must catch them).
This 274-metre long pedestrian bridge is the highest in Singapore and its unique feature is its distinctive wave-like structure, which is made up of a series of undulating curved “ribs”. Being in the outdoors and above ground level, the Henderson Waves is a popular choice for pre-wedding photography. A brilliant work of architecture lined with wooden planks, would make your photos have a modern edge. The bridge takes on a different feel at night because its waveform will be illuminated with LED lights of changing colors from 7pm to 2am daily. It is connected to Mount Faber Park and near to HortPark, both of which are scenic spots you might want to pop by too. Nearby sits Telok Banglah Hill Park, where you can capture some greenery in your shot.
Marina Bay Sands
Most of us who have been born and bred in Singapore will agree that the country is quite defined by its strong and beautiful architecture. It’s hard to not fall in love with Marina Bay Sands, where the Singapore skyline beams the brightest. And there is no greater proof of our architectural prowess than the Marina Bay area. From the Esplanade to the Merlion, the Fullerton Hotel to the Shenton Way district, the Anderson Bridge to the National Museum, and what with the recent establishment of the Marina Bay Sands, there are countless locations for you to take your pick from – for a photography experience that is uniquely Singaporean.
If you’re a fan of rivers, lakes and oceans, Upper Peirce Reservoir will definitely make a wonderful pre wedding photo shoot location. With vast water and beautiful forests as your background, get transported into another country. Try it with a morning sunrise setting to capture the mist over water. This reservoir is characterized by large expanses of open space, allowing much room for creativity. Two really charming highlights are a huge rain tree that stands quaintly alone and looks like it came out of a childhood storybook, and a viewing tower overlooking the area. At Upper Seletar Reservoir lies a big tree against a reservoir, it’s solitude both romantic and special. The reservoir is open from 7am to 7pm daily. Take note that because it is home to resident long-tailed macaques, you would not want to reveal the snacks you might have in your bag.