Here are the most Instagram-worthy spots in The State of Fun.
Yup, you can bungee jump off a tower in Sentosa. At AJ Hackett you can drop, swoop and scream off a Giant Swing, or jump off a 47m Bungy. BUT you cannot take your phone while doing any of those things.
Fort Siloso Skywalk
Go up this 11-storey structure at sunset. The 181 meters long Skywalk trail provides is a scenic trek with tons of photo ops.
Lay down on the glass bottom for a selfie, cause you are a #daredevil, or how about a romantic hand-holding shot against the sunset views. 51C Imbiah Rd, Sentosa Island.
On Palawan bridge, you could show off your #ootd while standing on a suspension bridge or while pointing at a sign that tells you are on THE Southernmost point of Continental Asia.
Look out onto the horizon from the islet’s two viewing towers. Insert caption: something profoundly meaningful about looking to the future.
Poolside at The Capella
The photo opportunities alone make a stay at this 5-Star resort hotel, worth it. With The South China Sea blue waters beyond, a shot of their cascading swimming pools is de rigeur.
Quayside Isle at Sentosa Cove
Singapore’s most tucked-away luxury enclave is an Instagrammer’s dream-come-true. Stand amidst the docked superyachts pretending to choose your ride for the day, or settle down for a drink at one of the many eateries that dot the Marina, and a shot of your #winewithaview will do. 31 Ocean Way, Sentosa Cove.
Some people go to the Aquarium to see the 1,000 species of marine animals (including sharks, jellyfish, clownfish, and more). Us grams, we go to the aquarium for those blue-hued photographs inside the Aquarium’s acrylic tunnel and you can have a luxury dinner underwater.
Tanjong Beach Club
Yes this beachside drinking spot right on the beach, but it’s not the clear blue waters or the almost-white sand that you should be photographing here. Definite go-to spots as a weekday getaway for sun, sand, sea, pool, quiet ambiance, great food, and drinks.
The Cable Cars
They’re a great way to get in and out of Sentosa while giving you a joyride like no other.
The Globe outside Universal Studios Singapore
Visitors to Universal Studios know that once you step past the ticket gantry, you are having too much fun to bother with the ‘gram. That’s why, the Universal Globe is the perfect, almost necessary, photo-op before you go in.
Trick Eye Museum
Here is a tourist attraction 100% dedicated to photo ops. These 3D exhibits and AR (augmented reality) installations are begging to feature heavily on your feed.
Ride a unicorn, get eaten by a giant fish, and become a character in a storybook. Here, #nothingiswhatitseems. 26 Sentosa Gateway #01-43/44