When a couple starts looking for the perfect place to take their pre-wedding photos, our little red dot doesn’t count for too many places, but there are unique and fun places to do exclusive photo shoots before wedding on our little sunny island. You must know where to look! Here is a list of 20 unique Singapore pre-wedding photo shoot for the engaged couple.Below in this article we provide the Top 15 Pre Wedding Photoshoot Locations In Singapore
Outdoor Pre Wedding Shoot Locations In Singapore
1. Tuas Lalang Field
Tuas Lalang Field, located on Tuas South Avenue 5, is a popular spot for couples who want a golden sunset dreaming among the wild grasses. 6:30 pm to 7 pm for these gorgeous sunset photos. Try wearing a long skirt and long pants to avoid getting scratched on the thorny grass!
2. Singapore Botanic Gardens
Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Singapore Botanic Gardens offer 183 hectares of magnificent flora before your wedding. With gorgeous gazebos, manicure gardens, and a wide variety of botanical landscapes, it’s easy to see why pre-wedding photo gardens are so popular.
3. Pulau Punggol Barat
Pulau Punggol Barat is one of two islands off the coast of Selatar. The tranquil waters between Punggol Barat (west) and Punggol Timor (east) make it a beautiful backdrop.
4. Coney Island
Coney Island is fast becoming the go-to destination for well-known wedding photographers. Explore the misty pine forests and discover the wild beaches to document your love. Prepare a picnic and make a date.
5. East Coast Park
From the spring of April to May, when the Grangeville orchards bloom, the east coast has bright colors. The beach, breakwater and majestic tree forests also make great backdrops, giving you a variety of doodle filming locations before the wedding.
6. Upper Seletar Reservoir
The still waters of the Upper Selator Reservoir and the vast expanse of sky create beautiful settings for your pre-wedding photo shoot. Come down at sunset for an incredibly romantic sky.
7. Macritchie Reservior
With 12 hectares of beautiful landscaped gardens, the MacRitchie Reservoir offers many places to shoot before the wedding. Go out on the forest trails to capture tranquil pictures or indulge in nature.
8. Canterbury Road
An excellent pre-wedding filming location in Singapore with a panoramic view of meadows and beautiful forests, Canterbury Road has a wide and open sky, making it ideal for sunset photos from 6 to 7 p.m.
9. Fort Canning Park
Fort Canning Park has witnessed many milestones in Singapore that will be a great witness of your love. Take a photo of the pit near the ancient grove, or enjoy the beautiful greenery of the park.
10. Portsdown Road
This high water tank on Portsdown Road looks like an abandoned space ship in the woods. Bonus: take a break from your pre-wedding shoot and take a bite out of the neighboring cafes on Portsdown Road.
11. Bukit Timah Saddle Club
Bukit Tima Saddle Club, located at 51 Fairways Drive, is the pre-wedding filming location in Singapore if you love horses! The cost for a photo session with a horse is $ 330 per hour, with time slots available from Tuesday to Friday from 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. or from 2:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. If you want to shoot in a beautiful stable with white fences, you can book a horse-free photo shoot for $ 110 an hour, between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m., Tuesday to Sunday.
12. Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park
One of the largest urban parks in central Singapore, Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park has gently rolling banks along its winding river, open lawns and greenery.
13. Chek Jawa House No.1
Chek Jawa House No. 1 in Pulau Ubin is a unique pre-war English Tudor bungalow with its own pier. It now serves as a Chek Jawa reception center and an off-the-beaten-path filming location for couples wishing to explore Pulau Ubin.
14. Joo Chait Alleyways
If you’re looking for corny cityscapes and color pops, Jou Chiat’s old corridors with nostalgic architecture and spiral staircases have the right view.
15. Tiong Bahru Estate
With the advent of trendy cafes and restaurants, one of Singapore’s oldest neighborhoods has become one of the hottest residential areas in the city. A mixture of art deco and shophouse architecture, the Tiong Bahru Estate offers its charm and character, and offers colorful and nostalgic pre-wedding filming locations.