Helix Bridge
The DNA-inspired architecture of the bridge lends a modern and futuristic vibe while its strategic location offers stunning views of the cityscape, including key landmarks like the Singapore Flyer, Raffles Hotel and Marina Bay Sands. 

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Punggol Bridge
The Kelong Bridge at Punggol Waterway pays tribute to the kelongs of the past with its rustic wooden architecture. There are other bridges in the area too, including the Jewel Bridge and Sunrise bridge and Lorong Halus Bridge, all of which provide beautiful glimpses of the Waterway. Real couple Edrea and Yukai took their lovely pre-wedding portraits in Punggol before having their retro-themed celebration in the Grand Shanghai Restaurant.

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Singapore National Museum
With its pristine white exteriors and colonial charm, it is one of the oldest museums in Singapore, dating back to 1849. Perfect for romantic classic or vintage-themed wedding portraits, we think. 

PHOTO: MINDY TAN PHOTOGRAPHY/HER WORLD BRIDES DEC 2013 

SEA Aquarium
One of the largest marine aquariums in the world, this is for the couple with a love for marine life. Take your wedding snaps while surrounded by schools of colourful fish and coral, or before tanks teeming with sharks. 

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No. 5 Emerald Hill
Housed in a a Peranakan shophouse dating back to 1910, the quaint watering hole is furnished with eclectic Chinese and Peranakan artifacts as well as antique carvings.

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Bukit Timah Railway Park
The now defunct railway track is a popular photo-taking spot for many couples, especially the iconic cast iron bridge which evokes a sense of nostalgia. See Michelle and Royce’s whimsical wedding at the Shangri-La Hotel Singapore here.

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The Pinnacle @ Duxton
The 50th storey skybridge of the public housing project is open to both residents and the public, and provides scenic views of the city. 

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Esplanade Bridge
Spanning 260 metres across the mouth of the Singapore River, the stark concrete structures and graphic arched lines provide a sleek minimalist background. 

PHOTO: 39 EAST PHOTOGRPAHY/HER WORLD BRIDES SEPT 2014

MRT Station
Who knew an MRT station could serve as a backdrop for your pre-wedding snaps too? To commemorate their time spent on the MRT trains during courtship, Junmin Toh and Xiang Hao Pang took pre-wedding portraits at Joo Koon station! 

PHOTO: DIGIO BRIDAL/HER WORLD BRIDES DEC 2014

Haji Lane
A shopping haven for youths, there are plenty of quirky graffiti as well as shophouses that’ll make for fun and unique pictures. 

PHOTO: SKYY WOO PHOTOGRAPHY/HER WORLD BRIDES DEC 2014