Skyline Photo Walk
The Marina Bay area, Raffles & Downtown Singapore
Discover the best locations to photograph Singapore’s beautiful colonial Architecture and historic Churches, Temples, Mosques. Venture off the beaten path and dive into the city streets of Bugis, Clark & Boat Quay, and the Raffles areas for those fantastic photos that capture the heart and soul of Singapore’s mix of modern and old world charm.
Taste the local cuisine and try out some exotic fruits at the Hawkers and local fruit stands. Top of the day creating great photos of Singapore’s spectacular Skyline from the SkyPark Observation Deck soaring 57 levels above the heart of the city.
We meet up at Starbucks at Clark Quay Central, discuss our daily plan and check and set up our cameras over a coffee or tea. We then head out on our Singapore Street Shots Photo Walk to capture Singapore’s beautiful colonial Architecture and Skyline.
Learn from your instructor and enhance your photography skills walking through Bugis, Clark & Boat Quay, and the Raffles areas and enjoy a visit to the Marina Bay Sands SkyPark Observation Deck soaring 57 levels above the heart of the city.
We will be maximizing our time by including public transportation and taxis (fares included). During our photo walk we stop for a 30 minute lunch break and two 15 minutes rest breaks where you get a chance to taste local cuisine (lunch and beverages not included in the price).
What You will discover and photograph on Singapore Street Shots Skyline Photo walk:
You will discover more of Singapore’s Colonial Architecture, Marina Bay and Downtown areas in one day with a skilled photographer on our small groups no rush, stress-free and easy photo walks.
You will discover the Clark Quay and Boat Quay area along the Singapore River and photograph beautiful historic Colonial Buildings. After passing the Fullerton Hotel you enter the Marina Bay area with Singapore’s iconic Merlion and Singapore’s one of a kind beautiful Skyline for great photo opportunities. You will be crossing the Singapore River and walking through the Raffles area up to the busy streets of Bugis.
Along the way you will photograph stunning Colonial Architecture, beautiful historic Churches and Temples and capture great photos of daily Street Life. Visit a local Hawker center and some markets for a chance to taste and photograph local food and tropical fruits alike.
If time permits you will also be visiting Kampong Glam, also known as the Arab Quarter, with its famous Sultan Mosque before heading down to the Marina Bay Sand. We end our photo walk with a visit to the Marina Bay Sands SkyPark Observation Deck. From the 57th level above the Lion City you get another chance to capture Singapore’s Skyline and Marina Bay area.
Whether you are a skilled shutterbug or an everyday traveler, using a DSLR or a point & shoot camera, a tablet or phone; at the end of the day you will walk away with stunning images of Singapore’s beauty, professional photography tips, a newly found confidence using your camera, and an appreciation of Singapore’s rich Culture and Beauty.