This summer I took a trip to Singapore and I must say, it was absolutely worth it. Although the flight was exhausting and I had to lug my heavy suitcases through the high humidity, in the end it was a great experience.
As an architecture photographer, Singapore is truly a Valhalla. The city is bursting with beautiful modern buildings and impressive skyline. The financial center is breathtaking with its imposing skyscrapers shooting into the sky. An absolute highlight was the Sands Sky Park, from which you have a panoramic view of the entire city.
Not only is the financial center photogenic, but the small alleys downtown have their charm as well. Here you will find colorful buildings, street art and cozy eateries where you can enjoy delicious food from all corners of Asia.
Another highlight of my trip was a visit to Sentosa Island. This island is known for its beautiful beaches, luxury resorts and various attractions such as Universal Studios Singapore and the S.E.A Aquarium.
Singapore is a busy city, similar to New York Wall Street. Everyone always seems to be in a hurry and life moves at a breakneck pace. Yet the city also has another side. For example, there are beautiful parks where you can walk and unwind, such as Gardens by the Bay.
All in all, I can say that my trip to Singapore was an unforgettable experience. I was able to take an awful lot of great photos and enjoyed the diversity the city has to offer. Whether you are interested in architecture, culture or just want to relax on the beach, Singapore has something for everyone.
Soon I will publish my Singapore photo series here