Congratulations on your holy union! Your wedding is one of the most special occasions in your life which should be celebrated in style. Instead of the usual indoor photography shot in a studio, why not be more adventurous and capture your special moments outdoor? Check out these top 10 best locations for an outdoor wedding photo shoot in Singapore:


  1. Chinatown


Chinatown is your go-to spot for Chinese cultural elements, like rickshaws. There are also stunning heritage sites and temples that could serve as your backdrop.  2

  1. Little India


For those who are crazy for pops of colors, Little India is as bright and upbeat as any Hindustan or Tamil movies that you’ve ever seen. Lovely, multi color colonial buildings can add nostalgic elements to your photo.3

  1. Arab Street


Another vibrant area, the Arab Street is filled with artsy buildings plastered with eye-catching graffiti. The area’s eclectic arrays of colonial shop houses add a cool factor to your photos.


  1. Merlion Park


The republic’s major landmark and tourist attraction has the mythical creature statue of Merlion and Central Business District (CDB) as its backdrop. The best time for a photo shoot here is at night, when all the lights are on.

Marina Bay Sands

  1. Marina Bay Area


This place gives an urban perspective to your wedding photos. The best time for a photo shoot at this venue is during sunset, where it makes everything look more romantic and magical.6

  1. Singapore Flyer


Take it up a notch and have your wedding photo shoot up in the sky! The Singapore Flyer gives you a bird’s eye view of Singapore. You’ll be able to take various photos with different major landmarks in the background.7

  1. Marina Bay Sands SkyPark


Similar to Singapore Flyer, you’ll have a stunning background of the republic at 200m above sea level.


  1. The White Rabbit


The restaurant is based on the Alice in Wonderland story, and the surroundings will make you feel as if you’re in another whimsical dimension with lush forest.9

  1. Halia (Botanic Gardens)


Apart from the scenic natural surroundings and landscape, the garden even has a gazebo which serves for a lovely backdrop.10

  1. Sentosa


If you prefer more blue than green in your wedding photos, head on down to Sentosa, where the ocean gives a dreamy backdrop.

There’s no advance booking necessary for the venues if you decide to have an outdoor photo shoot for your wedding. However, it’s best that you plan carefully, and check the weather forecast ahead of time to avoid rainy days. That said, a little bit of drizzle could actually make your wedding photos appear romantic if you, your partner, and your wedding photographer know how to work it!