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From trendy art installations to traditional architecture infused with culture, every Singaporean has definitely stopped to take a photo of the sights along the streets at some point in their life.

However, especially after two years of not travelling overseas, most of us may have been repeatedly visiting the same sites to take those same few photos that everyone else has taken, so much so that we just want a change in scenery.

When our friends ask us where we’d like to go to take photos, it may feel like we’ve explored all of the Instaworthy spots that this little red dot has to offer.

Or maybe we just feel like we need to see something apart from the Merlion and colourful wall murals.

Well, what most of us may take for granted definitely has not gone unnoticed by the rest of the world.

Singapore, the Most Instagrammable Place in the World

Recently, travel website Big 7 Travel released their list of 50 Most Instagrammable Places in the world, and Singapore came in first, bumping cities such as Oahu in Hawaii and Boracay in the Philippines for the top spot.

The rankings were decided through the number of hashtags per destination, survey results from their social audience and input from their editorial team. That’s a lot of people who think that our country looks good!

Finally, a ranking that our Asian parents will be happy about.

There Are Instagrammable Places Everywhere

While some of us may be familiar with the ever-so iconic Gardens By The Bay and ArtScience Museum when we talk about the places we’ve seen on our Instagram feed, there aren’t pretty places only in the atas corners of Singapore for sure.

There is definitely no shortage of aesthetically pleasing places that will find their place in our Instagram posts in heartland areas. In fact, in their rankings, Big 7 Travel featured Koon Seng Road and its iconic shophouses nestled comfortably in Joo Chiat.

With their colourful and eye-catching structures, there’s no doubt that this recommendation’s one for the books, even for locals.

Apart from Joo Chiat, other neighbourhoods across the island also boast their own unique charm as seen in the travel publication’s recommendations for the coolest neighbourhoods in Singapore.

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As evident from the many recommendations and lovely photos, there is definitely something for everyone, regardless of your taste in art or where you live.

With the website helming Singapore as “one of Asia’s art hubs”, as well as the many different installations that change with the seasons, there is no doubt that you can find your next background for a cool shot somewhere within our country.

So the next time your friends ask you where you’d like to go for your next Instagram photoshoot, don’t say that there’s nowhere to go!

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