Also known as Changi Point Coastal Walk, the boardwalk is located right next to Changi Beach. The place is also lovely for photoshoots at different times of the day - from sunrise to sunset.
Photo: Her World Brides
If the lalang field at Tuas is getting too crowded, here's another clearing for you to take gorgeous hipster photos.
Photo: Sophia & Darren's wedding
The refurbished heritage restaurant may be known for its interiors and exquisite menu, but not many know about this gorgeous garden that has a lush green arch.
The Hong Kong-inspired restaurant and bar serves great food, drinks, and best of all, unparelleled views of the Central Business District.
Horses, verdant landscapes and vast, untouched lands. It doesn't even feel like you're in Singapore anymore.
Relive your childhood days with one of the oldest playgrounds in Singapore. There is the Dragon one in Toa Payoh, and there is the Dove one at 10 Dakota Crescent.
Whether you're of Peranakan descent or not, the NUS Baba House makes a lovely setting for ethnic-inspired portraits.
The rooftop bar boasts views of the Central Business District, while retaining its charming, retro-like vibes.
The rows of shophouses here will take you back in time. Plus, its rich, varied hues will also serve as a lovely, vibrant backdrop.
Also known as Sunset Railway, the abandoned railway offers one-of-a-kind backdrops for your photos. Although, I wouldn't recommend you wear a heavy, poofy dress for the shoot, as you may have to walk some distance to get to this view.