You Won't Believe the Pictures that come out from this Destination
Singapore, in general, looks like a tycoon’s playground, but did you know that it is the most religiously diverse country in the world? and that there is a law in Singapore that banned the sale rof chewing gums?
You can actually find anything you desire to take photos of, including a floating soccer stadium, a climate control greenhouses, the well know infinity boat shape roof glass pool that connects the three highest buildings on the island, the Sentosa island and I can go on for much more, but I will focus this time on a few, photo-impressive recommendations.
Gardens by The Bay
Extraordinary and beautiful. Each and every angle of this site was carefully designed, which make sense, why it is so photogenic. Structures such as The Flower Dome, Cloud Forest, The Sun Pavilion, and The Supertrees- all became a dream destinations for photographers.
The Gardens brought to life as a result of a competition that was held to attract the best talent to the city. A talent that will bring sustainable design into Singapore.
Two contestants from the UK won and were given the honor to bring their fairy-tale to life.
A visit to the Gardens provides you with a stunning aesthetic location for photo shoots, educational, and health value. It is a heaven of fresh air.
Three Main Neighborhoods
Some of Singapore’s richest heritage is on its three main cultural neighborhoods, Chinatown, Little India, and Arab street. All of the three will make you take out your camera.
Marina Bay Sands
The towers designed by Israel-born architect Moshe Safdie, and became The center of pilgrimage for photographers all over the world, due to its interesting appearance.
The boat-shaped SkyPark, 340-meter long deck connect the three towers at the very top, has an amazing skyline. The rooftop infinity pool is open for the hotel’s guests, located right at the SkyPark, there you will witness the Singapore city landscape. It is not a place to visit without a camera!
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