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Discover & Photograph Singapore's Hidden Gems

You will discover more of the Lion City if you start-out with a good plan. At Singapore Street Shots our Blogs will help you discover Singapore’s hidden gems. We'll give you Information & tips for creating stunning photos and exploring Singapore's neighborhoods.

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Kampong Glam

Kampong Glam and the Bugis areas have been the center of the Muslim and Malay’s in Singapore for centuries. It's also the cultural section of the Arab and Malay community in Singapore.

There is so much to do in this area you are guaranteed to have a memorable time. It's also one of the best places for photography in Singapore with countless Instagramable places.

Everything you want to do is here, Shopping, Cultural Museums, Art Galleries, Incredible food and Pubs are on every street. I'll list a few places of interest and must see places along with some off the beaten path sites that will help you plan your day discovering this fascinating neighborhood.

A great location to start your day discovering Kampong Glam is at the Masjid Malabar Mosque located at 471 Victoria St, Singapore 198370. When you arrive, cross to the other side of Victoria St. for your best photos of this beautiful Mosque. This is a Stunning Mosque and will be your first of many fantastic photos you create during this incredible journey.

Next walk slowly along Victoria St. towards Arab St. photographing the lovely shops and street art you see along your way.

Be sure and get some Selfies and do a quick visit at the Click Art Museum before you continue on to Arab St.

Haji Lane, Arab Street, Baghdad Street are just a few of the must see and explore streets in this colorful neighborhood. Here you will discover many craft shops, art galleries restaurants, Pubs & bistro’s.

One can easily spend the day here, so do your research and make a good plan for exploring the area.


  • Bring along a Ultra-wide lens (Below 20mm) as the streets in Kampong Glam are vary narrow.

  • When photographing the Sultan Mosque take note of the tile work on the ground at Muscat street, it makes a great foreground for your photos.

  • For a stunning photo of the Sultan Mosque, use the Arch located on the corner of Muscat Street as a frame for the Golden Dome of the Sultan Mosque.


We are happy to show you around Kampong Glam

Book a Singapore Street Shots Photo walk and let us help you create stunning photos for your Singapore story.



Cuisine in Kampong Glam

See our Blog for more information on Singapores Restaurants-Hawkers and Markets


  • Haji Lane

  • Children Little Museum

  • Click Art Museum

  • Aliwal Arts Centre

  • Malay Heritage Centre


  • Masjid Malabar Mosque

  • The Sultan Mosque

  • Our Lady of Lourdes Church

  • Hajjah Fatimah Mosque

If you want to learn more about Photographing Singapores Places of Worship, see our blog Temples-Mosques-Churches Singapores Places of Worship


We are happy to show you around Kampong Glam

Book a Singapore Street Shots Photo walk and let us help you create stunning photos for your Singapore story.



Photo of Ilonka & I

Closing Remarks

Don't forget to post some of your own stunning Kampong Glam photos along with a short story about your experience to our Singapore Street Shots Facebook Page.


Mark Stevens & Ilonka Guenther

Business Owners, Photographers & Travelers



At Singapore Street Shots our Blogs are meant to give you tips & advice for exploring Singapore and creating stunning photos. You will discover and photograph more if you do some research and create a good plan.

Singapore in Pictures - Telling your Singapore story with photos.

(A Seven blog series)​

SINGAPORE SHOPHOUSES - Telling your Singapore story with photos.

Singapore Skyline Panorama's - Photograph Singapore's world class Skyline

Singapore's Chinatown - Kreta Ayer - Telok Ayer - Tanjong Pagar - Bukit Pasoh

Singapore's Little India - Culture & Colour

Kampong Glam - Singapore's Arab Quarter

Hawkers & Markets - Flavor the Moment

Singapore - Off the Beaten Path - Discover the Singapore most tourist never see


DRESSING FOR SECCESS -Look good and Feel good on your day-trip

Tips for Travelers: Capture your Memories with Pictures

A Rainy Day Holiday in Singapore - Things to do in Singapore when it's rainy weather

MASTER YOUR CAMERA - Use your camera like a pro

EASY EDITING - Make all your photos pop

Great Singapore Shophouse locations - The best locations for photographing Singapore Shophouses



(Coming soon)

A Five Blog series

"Discovering Singapores Parks"


1st Series: East and West coast parks:

2nd Series: Singapore Botanical Gardens:

3rd Series: Kent Ridge & Hort parks:

4th Series: Fort Canning park:

5th Series: Lakeside Gardens

A Three Blog series

"Photographing Singapores Natural Beauty"

Nature Reserves:

1st Series: Bukit Timah Nature Reserve

2nd Series: MacRitchie Nature Reserve

3rd Series: Singapore Zoo and Singapore Bird Park


A Six Blog series

"Photographing Singapores Islands"

Singapore’s islands:

1st Series: Pulau Ubin

2nd Series: Coney Island

3rd Series: Sentosa Island

4th Series: St. John Island

5th Series: Kusu Island

6th Series: Lazarus Island.

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