Love Singapore: 7 most Instagrammable landmarks

Bet you've never seen these iconic Singapore landmarks in this light before

Photo: Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum by Marvin Ramirez (@marvinlh04)

Singapore is beautiful. We just don't notice it that much because we see these Singapore landmarks so often that we're blinded to their beauty. Unless, of course, you're a tourist in Singapore (if so, welcome and here's how to spend 48 hours in the Lion City). So we trawled Instagram to look for the most Insta-worthy landmarks – here's to viewing our city with new eyes – or rather, lens – once again. 

Inspired? Don't forget to vote for your favourite or most iconic Singapore landmark in Time Out's Love Singapore campaign. Flex your knowledge of the city and cast your vote now – you have 'til April 10 to lock in your decision. 

 

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Sultan Mosque by Oksana Domoratskaya (@oksana_domoratskaya

...Did you know that within 15 minutes you can travel the world ?) 😉🤔 from China town, via Little India to Arab district 😉, in 📍Singapore, this unbelievable idea is the reality 😃🖖🏻, each of these districts has its own typical atmosphere🔝, for today it is Arab district and the beautiful Sultan Mosque 😍... ____ ...а вы знали, что всего лишь за какие-то 15 минут можно посетить три разных частей света ?) 😉🤔, начиная с Китайского города, через маленькую Индию погрузиться в арабский мир?) в 📍Сингапуре этот полет фантазии -реальность 😃🖖🏻, в каждом из этих районов вы окунётесь в удивительную атмосферу 🔝, на сегодня Арабский район и потрясающая мечеть Султана 😍... . . #singapore #cbviews #hello_worldpics #bestplacestogo #girlsthatwander #femmetravel #sheisnotlost #visitsingapore #passionmadepossible #wonderlustsingapore #thisissingapore #asia_vacations #tlasia #mybestcityshots #citybestpics #topstreetphoto #cybercorner #mosque #masjidsultan #arabdistrict #arab #travelgirl #wanderlust #vscotravel #wearetravelgirls #travel #travelphotography #bestvacations

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Chinese and Japanese gardens by Tony (@edgemasters)

Simplicity is the key to brilliance. A7 35mm f11 100iso 1/6ss

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