Top 10 unknown senior photo locations

  1. Victoria Theatre and Concert Hall
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With its clean, white walls and high ceilings, the Victoria Theatre is the perfect location for seniors looking for a simple backdrop for their photos.
Address: 9 Empress Pl, Singapore 179556

   2.  Little (Xiao) Guilin

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This hidden gem is known to resemble the city of Guilin in China. It is most famous for the iconic, granite rock that towers above all else on the other side of the lake.
Address: Bukit Batok East Ave 5, Singapore 0433593

     3.  Pinnacle @ Duxton 50th Floor Sky Bridge

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The Pinnacle@Duxton, Singapore’s tallest government housing, has a sky garden on the 50th floor open to the public for just $15. It is a stunning location, and ideal for those looking for a senior portrait showcasing all of Singapore.
Address: 1 Cantonment Rd, Pinnacle@Duxton 50/L, Singapore 080001

4.  Peranakan Houses

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Looking for something more “Old-Singapore”? The faded, colorful, shophouse-style Peranakan houses lining Koon Seng Road is a 10/10 spot.
Address: Koon Seng Road

     5.  Lalang Field

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This large, open field is the classic backdrop seen in most Singaporean wedding photos. To avoid the afternoon heat, get your picture taken here as the sun sets!
Address: Punggol, Lalang Fields

     6.  Upper Seletar Reservoir

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For all you nature-lovers, Upper Seletar is filled with thick greenery, flora, fauna, and everything in between – this location will make for a very bright, natural-looking photo.
Address: Along Old Upper Thomson Road

     7.  Changi Boardwalk

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This spot is very different from the rest, as you will be surrounded by the sea from every angle. Although it is a little out of the way, the pictures will make the trip worth it.
Address: 7A Gosport Rd, Singapore 509710

     8.  Chinese Gardens

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What about something more oriental? Every year, several seniors choose to get their portrait taken on the Asian-themed, bright red bridges and walls that populate the Chinese (and Japanese) Gardens.
Address: 1 Chinese Garden Rd, Singapore 619795

     9.  Henderson Waves/Southern Ridges

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Ride these architectural waves for a very “aesthetic” senior portrait.
Address: Henderson Rd, Singapore 159557

     10.  KTM Railway

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Also known as the Tanjong Pagar Railway Station, or Keppel Road Railway Station, this location features a set of railroad tracks surrounded on either side by lush trees. Better yet, there is no need to be wary of approaching trains as railway operations ceased in July of 2011.
Address: 30 Keppel Rd, Singapore 089059

Author: Jeane Khang

Jeane Khang is a Co-Editor-in-Chief of The Eye, along with Jenna Nichols, and is a producer of the Morning Show. This is her third year taking a journalism class and her 11th year at SAS. In her free time, she loves to learn dance routines, listen to music and eat Italian food. khang18778@sas.edu.sg

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