5 Instagram-Worthy Sunrise Spots In Singapore

by Travelature Team

Google Singapore, and you will most likely find shots of skyscrapers, gardens of the bay, Sentosa island or icons such as Merlion and Victoria Theater. But did you also know that there are hidden places in Singapore that offer you breathtaking views of the sunrise? 

Whether you’re a traveller who experiences sunrise of different destinations to feel the vibe or a professional photographer with a camera in hand who’s looking to capture the next Instagram-worthy shot. 

Just look at the dramatic scenes that unfold every morning in Singapore. Don’t forget to visit the listed locations that we’ve rounded up for you of the most stunning sunrise spots in Singapore, known as the “Lion City” or “Garden City”.

Changi Point Coastal Walk

Be adventurous and jump on a boat to Pulau Ubin to catch the sunrise | Sunrise Spots In Singapore

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Getting there: Take the MRT Green Line to Tanah Merah Station (EW4). Exit via B and take Bus 2 and alight at Blk 5, walk 4 minutes. Alternatively, take the MRT Green Line to Tampines (DT31 | EW2), walk to Tampines East CC and take Bus 59 to Blk 5, walk 4 minutes. 

Address: 7A Gosport Rd, Singapore 509710

Opening hours: 24 hours, Daily

Bedok Jetty, East Coast Park

Perched atop the East Coast waters, Bedok Jetty offers a panoramic view of the sunrise's orange glow.

Image by Budiman Salleh via flickr

Getting there: If you can take public transport or a taxi then that’s the best way to get there stress-free! Bedok MRT station is the closest if you are coming in by train. From there, take the bus 401 on weekends which will take you directly to the park itself. And if you’re heading there during the week, hop on the 197 to Marine Parade Road outside Parkway Parade and walk through the underpass.

Address: East Coast Park Service Road, Singapore 449876

Opening hours: 24 hours, Daily

Lower Seletar Reservoir Park

Chasing a early morning sunrise at Lower Seletar Reservoir Park spot famous for kayaking and dragon-boating enthusiasts.

Image by Andy Ting via flickr

Getting there: If you are taking the train, the nearest station is the Khatib (NS14). From there, bus services 39, 85, 851, 852, 853, 854, 855, 857, 858, and 965 will take you to the nearest bus stop, situated on Lentor Avenue.

Address: Yishun Ave 1, Lower Seletar Reservoir Park, Singapore 769139

Opening hours: 24 hours, Daily

Marina Bay

Beautiful sunrise at heart of Marina Bay Sands during our morning walk on the other side

Getting there: Marina Bay Sands is linked directly to CE1/DT16 Bayfront Station on the Circle Line and Downtown Line of Singapore’s Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) train system. MRT services to/from Bayfront Station operate daily from (approximately) 6:00am to 12:00am midnight.

Address: Marina Bay, Singapore

Opening hours: 24 hours, Daily

Pulau Ubin Island

Be adventurous and jump on a boat to Pulau Ubin to catch the sunrise!

Image by Budak via flickr

Getting there: Visits to Pulau Ubin start with a bumboat ride that departs from Changi Point Ferry Terminal (adjacent to Changi Village). Bumboats operate from as early as 6am to 7pm. The ride takes ten minutes and costs $4 per person ($2 extra if you are bringing your bicycle) each way.

Address: Pulau Ubin Island, Singapore

Opening hours: Bumboats operate from as early as 6am to 7pm

There you have it, the five best sunrise spots in Singapore. Now you can start planning for a dream photoshoot!

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