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Your Singapore Holiday Plan

Updated: Apr 19

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Discover & Photograph Singapore's Hidden Gems

At Singapore Street Shots our Blogs give you Information & tips for creating stunning photos, and help you create a good plan for exploring Singapore's neighborhoods. You"ll discover more of Singapore if you do your research and create a good plan.



For a small place Singapore sure is really big... That may sound funny but its true. Gone are the days when the Lion City was just a 1-2 day stopover before continuing your journey into Asia. Today's modern Singapore has come of age and grown into one of the crown Jewels of the asian world.

Today you may want to consider spending at least 6-8 days in this beautiful country. In fact you could spend a few weeks or more, and explore exciting new places every day! I personally have over 2500 locations marked on my Google maps, so if at all possible spend as many days as you can in Singapore. Trust me, you won’t regret it…

Many of Singapore's neighborhoods have incredible tourist sections with tonnes of activities, great shopping, food & fun. However, I encourage you to explore these neighborhoods further and take the path less traveled, as each one has more for you to discover.

In our blogs you'll find tips and advice for discovering & photographing this beautiful city, plus lots of great information to help you on your journey experiencing the many diverse cultures that make Singapore unique in Asia.

If it's your first time visiting Singapore your knowledge of the lion city may only be what you've seen and read in the media. Most of us have seen photos of the beautiful Marina Bay Skyline, Clark & Boat Quay, Orchard Road shopping malls, Sentosa island with the Universal Studios theme Park. To be sure, these are beautiful and exciting places and you don't want to miss out on these incredible experiences, along with the opportunity to capture those memories in stunning photos.... They are the foundation of your Singapore Story.

After you've explored Singapore’s well known neighborhoods like Chinatown, Little India, Kampong Glam do take some time to discover neighborhoods outside the tourist sections. Plan a day trip to Ang Mo Kio, Sengkang, Punggol, Bukit Panjang and more to truly discover the color & cultural of the city.

It's here when visiting the neighborhood Markets & Shops and dining on local cuisine at the Hawkers, that you will discover and learn about the daily lives of the Singapore people. If you have a desire to experience more of Singapore and tell a better story with your pictures, you'll have to dive into the busy streets and get off the beaten trek.


  1. Singapore Skyline Panorama's

  2. Kampong Glam

  3. Singapore's Chinatown

  4. Using Singapore's MRT & BUS System to save time and money

  5. SINGAPORE SHOPHOUSES - Telling your Singapore story with photos.

  6. Great Singapore Shophouse locations

  7. Temples-Mosques-Churches Singapores Places of Worship

  8. Singapore's Little India

  9. Hawkers-Markets & Restaurants

  10. Singapore - Off the Beaten Path

  11. A Rainy Day Holiday in Singapore

  12. DRESSING FOR SECCESS - Look good and Feel good on your day-trip- Not yet published

  13. MASTER YOUR CAMERA Not yet published

  14. EASY EDITING Not yet published

  15. Tips for Travelers - Capture your Memories with Pictures


Closing Remarks

In Conclusion,

I hope this Blog has been helpful and informative, and inspires you to make the most of your visit to the Singapore and Asia. Be sure and enjoy one of our Singapore Street Shots Photo walks .

Singapore is well known for it's incredible verity of delicious foods from every corner of Asia, so do stop at the Hawker centers for lunch and discover the local cuisine...

Also for night life, try hitting some of the Roof-top Bars and restaurants in Chinatown and the downtown area for drinks & dinner.

Please do not forget to post some of your best Singapore photos along with a short story about your experience on our Singapore Street Shots Facebook Page.


Mark Stevens & Ilonka Guenther

Business Owners, Photographers & Travelers

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