5 Colourful Buildings In Singapore You Must Visit To Update Your Insta

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A picture speaks a thousand words. Why not make it colourful to put a smile on someone’s face? Here we found five buildings in Singapore for you to do just that. Get your cameras ready to snap the perfect #ootd or selfie against these colourful buildings!

1. Little India (The house of Tan Teng Niah)

It is an 8-minute walk from little India MRT station, and you will find yourself at the last remaining Chinese Villa in the history of Little India, Singapore. While you are here, read to learn more about the Chinese industries. Go to take a photo and get your grub on at an Indian restaurant!



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2. Building of Piedra Negra (Haji Lane)

Haji Lane needs no introduction. We all love it, but we still cannot stay away from mentioning it! Piedra Negra is a Mexican Restaurant that means time for Guacamole and tortilla chips! Aside from the great tasting food lies street art done by the great JabaOne.



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3. Alkaff Bridge @ 1 Havelock Road

The Alkaff Bridge spans the Singapore River at Robertson Quay. The bridge was designed by Pacita Abad, a Filipino female artist. Abad and her team used 52 different vibrant colours and over 900 liters of paint to complete this striking work of art. Head over to the bridge to view Singapore from a different angle and snap pictures along your way!



4. Old Hill Street Police Station 

In the past, it was nicknamed the ‘Police Skyscraper’ is a monument to the police force in Singapore. The building has a total of 927 windows, and they are painted in the colours of the rainbow. Nearby you have Clarke Quay that is full of energy and life. Hop on a bus to Hill Street early evening to take a picture or ten and head over to the bar for a chill out session!



5. Joo Chiat Shophouses at East Coast Road

Discover Peranakan culture as you stroll the shophouses at Joo Chiat. Here you can find quaint stores and eateries waiting for you to explore. The shophouses here have been well conserved since the early 1900s. Free up a day to admire the beauty that Katong has to offer.




Singapore has so much vibrancy to offer to locals and travelers so head over to enjoy it!

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