From The Straits Times    |

Everyone’s dressed up, the day is looking as good as you’re feeling and you’ve a professional wedding photographer on hand. This definitely calls for a quick wedding shoot with your bridal party!

Our little island manages well enough, surprisingly – from green rolling hills to natural rock cliffs and heritage buildings, these are some locations you can drop by for a casual and fun photo-taking session in between your wedding events.


Canterbury Road

With green rolling hills and a wide sweeping area of grassland, it’s clear why this is a popular spot for wedding shoots.

Located near Hort Park, there’s no designated parking space around but you can park your cars at the side of the road. 


Singapore Botanic Gardens

There are several locations on the premises of Botanic Gardens that are suitable for wedding shoots, each one prettier than the next! Think white gazebos, lush botanical scenery and manicured grounds.


Wedding of Wei Ying & Alvin, Photography by Alex Goh.

Wedding of Shirleen and Arthur, Photography by The Preparazzia Production.


Little Guilin in Bukit Batok Nature Park 

This natural beaut of a serene lake and rock cliffs in Bukit Batok Nature Park will make a memorable backdrop for your photos, especially for an Oriental-themed wedding.


Fort Canning Park

Filled with heritage and history, Fort Canning Park is a picture-perfect spot for engagement and wedding photos with its colonial and natural charms.


East Coast Park

The park of most of our childhoods, secondary school cycling trips and more, East Coast Park probably holds a lot of memories for any Singaporean. 

There’s no better location for a breezy seaside shoot than here! If you’d like, you can clamber on one of its many rock cliffs for a more unique shot. 


Gardens by the Bay and Marina Bay Sands

Not to be missed out on is definitely the iconic Gardens by the Bay and Marina Bay Sands. With their distinctive skylines and architecture, its no wonder we can claim them to be truly unique and set apart.

Wedding of Shaua and Shuo Xian, Photography by Androidsinboots.

Wedding of Sharon and Timothy, Photography by Tiny Dot Photography.


Lower Pierce Reservoir and Macritchie Reservoir

Tranquil bodies of still water and quiet forest surroundings exist side by side in these two scenic locations. Foot traffic is kept to the minimum as well, making it ideal for a photo-taking session.

Wedding of Fiona and Nicholas, Photography by Back Alley Creations.

Wedding of Michelle and Zhi Guang, Photography by Ivan Tan Photography.


National Gallery Singapore 

Elegant and imposing, this historical national monument makes for an ideal candidate for any wedding shoot with its striking architecture.

Wedding of Hui Ying and Poh Lin, Photography by Ndrw Photographie.


Bukit Batok Civil Service Club

Westies rejoice! There’s yet another great pre-wedding location that doesn’t look like its in Singapore. Head over there early for that magical touch of a misty morning look in your photos. 


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