Singapore photos gallery collected thousands of Singapore attractions photos taken in popular vacation sights of Singapore. All the photos were taken by me and I hope you will enjoy them.
Singapore has so much to offer, where does one start? A quick and easy way is to browse through the following vacation sights photos, then take down the major tourist attractions of Singapore that interest you the most.
Universal Studios Singapore was officially opened on 18 Mar 2010. If you are curious about what's inside the theme park, take a preview by clicking on any one of the following Universal Studios Singapore photos.
If you aren't aware, Singapore Zoo has become one of the top Zoo in the world. It is also one of the Top 10 Tourist Attractions in Singapore. View the zoo animal pictures taken from the Zoo. Among them are pictures of White Tiger, Golden Lion Tamarin, Cheetah, Komodo Dragon, Gibbon and many more. View more photos »
Jurong Bird Park will not disappoint you if you love birds. Be entertained by the two wonderful bird shows: Birds of Prey and Birds n Buddies. Walk in to any one of the four aviaries: Lory Loft, Jungles Jewels, Southeast Asian Birds and Waterfall Aviary and watch birds in close encounter. View more photos »
If you are a first time visitor to Sentosa Island, Images of Singapore and Wings of Time are must-see Sentosa Attractions. For adventurous guys, don't miss Sentosa Luge and Skyride. View more photos »
Stroll along Boat Quay and soon you will be attracted by the row of pre-war shophouses. Historic landmarks like Fulleron Hotel and Cavenagh Bridge are ideal spots for a photo taking. A handful of interesting bronze sculptures can also be found along the South Bank of Singapore River. View more photos »
At the North Bank of Singapore River, you have a chance to walk in to two colonial buildings, Asian Civilisations Museum and The Arts House, to admire the interior architecture and decorations. Another two important landmarks The Old Supreme Court and City Hall should not be missed. View more photos »
The most interesting and unusual Singapore photos can be found here. Lots of things to see when you wander around the streets of Little India. Colourful flower garlands, piles of vegetable everywhere, historical buildings and friendly people around you. View more photos »
Stroll to Campbell Road and Little India Acade to get an all-things-indian gift. Looking for indian restaurants, budget hostels, barber shop, north indian outfit, internet cafe etc, head to Dunlop Street. View more photos »
The architecture and decorations of Indian Temples are remarkable. Appreciate the beauty of Indian temple through photos taken from Sri Veeramakaliamman, Sri Srinivasa Perumal and Sri Mariamman Temple. View more photos »
Preview photos of Sultan Mosque and its surroundings. An important landmark in Kampong Glam, you would be able to see this architecturally interesting mosque at different angle.
Also featuring photos of Arab Street and Haji Lane, where you would find shops selling carpet, rattan products, malay costumes and all types of fabrics. When you stroll along the streets, few of the odd and funny shops will surprise you. View more photos »
A tour around the streets of Chinatown is fun. Shop at the Chinatown Street Market, visit the Mosque, Chinese Temple or Indian Temple, then enjoy a refreshing juice drink at the Juice Bar at Trenggunu Street. View more photos »
To see some of the unique Singapore photos, Walk along Neil Road, Blair Road and Everton Road that were close to Chinatown, you would be delighted to see rows of Ornate Shophouses that featuring unique five-foot-ways, aritistic wall tiles, handcrafted wooden door and shutters. View more photos »
Do you have some interesting or decades-old Singapore photos you would like to share? It could be an interesting shophouse you found along the street of Little India, a cheap and delicious meal you have taken in a hawker centre or restaurant, an attraction or boutique hotel that you highly recommend, a church, mosque or temple you have visited, or anything you feel good about it.
You may have visited Singapore long time ago and have lots of old Singapore photos 'hide' inside your cupboard. I have been asked by many of our readers on old photos of Singapore, places like Chinatown, Singapore River, Bugis Street etc. Do you own any of these old photos of Singapore to share with our readers?
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