Skyline Photo Walk

The Marina Bay area, Raffles & Downtown Singapore

Discover Singapore and experience a photo walk off the beaten path through Marina Bay area, Clark & Boat Quay, Downtown, Raffles, and Bugis areas. Learn how to capture beautiful photographs of the hidden gems of Singapore’s one of a kind skyline, on a day long Photo walk.

If photography is your passion, learn the tricks of the trade from a pro on this Singapore photo walk. Exploring in a small group, learn how to create spectacular shots of your stay in Singapore. From the art of composition and working with light to the use of different camera settings, including HDR mode. Finish the tour by putting your skills to work on a Singapore River cruise.

Photo walk Information
  • Tuesday | Thursday | Saturday
Meet up/Departure time
9 am
Starting Point
Ya Kun Kaya Toast cafe at 6 Eu Tong Sen ST. #01-31
Clarke Quay Central 059817
Tour ends
at 3:30 pm after a 45 min. boat tour or
a trip to the Marina Bay Sands Skypark
Return details
Clark Quay Central 6 Eu Tong Sen St,
Singapore 059817​

We’ll meet as you disembark your ship after Customs (For Cruise Ship guests only)  Then proceed to Ya Kun Kaya Toast cafe at 6 En Tong Sen ST. #01-31 Clarke Quay Central 059817 to meet-up with our land based guests and discuss your daily plan, check and setup your cameras over a coffee or tea.

Then head out to capture beautiful photos of the many hidden gems as well as iconic sites of Singapore. You will be mostly walking during the day, occasionally utilizing public transportation and taxi (fees included). Stop for a 1-hour lunch break and two rests where you get a chance to taste local cuisine (lunch and beverages not included in tour price). 

The goal of this tour is to show you how to create spectacular photographs of your stay in Singapore that you will love to post online for your family and friends.

Learn the basics of composition, utilizing light, and learn the pros and cons of shooting in various different modes your camera has to offer. You will learn the effects you can get by shooting in Aperture Priority mode for example blurring the background and thereby emphasizing and focusing on the main subject of the photo.

Learn about when to use Shutter Priority mode to keep buildings and landscapes sharp and in focus while stretching out moving vehicles, motorbikes and people. Learn how to use HDR mode to improve your photos in bright sunlight.

You will be able to enhance your photography kills learning tricks the Pro’s use when shooting landscapes, architecture, portraits, people, flowers, forests, and more.