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    Default Elevated viewpoint in Singapore

    I'm wondering whether there is any good location in SG (except SkyPark at MBS and ION Sky) to shoot cityscapes? Shooting through a glass window is okay. Thanks for your advice!
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    Default Re: Elevated viewpoint in Singapore

    Try HDB corridors, any other areas especially private properties, photographers mostly are NOT welcome.


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    Level 33 at MBFC

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    Singapore Flyer also can. But ur exposure cannot be very long.

    Actually, sometimes can also just take a bus and travel around the estates and see which blk is of interest to you then go up explore...
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    Thanks for the info! I didn't know about Level 33 at MBFC. Looks nice, but not sure whether okay to bring a tripod in (cos I only like to shoot at dusk). Maybe safer to go with a mini one (GorillaPod)? I'll try Singapore Flyer. True that exposure cannot be long. I must go up at a right timing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeyFO View Post
    Thanks for the info! I didn't know about Level 33 at MBFC. Looks nice, but not sure whether okay to bring a tripod in (cos I only like to shoot at dusk). Maybe safer to go with a mini one (GorillaPod)? I'll try Singapore Flyer. True that exposure cannot be long. I must go up at a right timing.
    I think can but be discrete abit. Anyway you don't need full length tripod. Just put a small tripod on the high table at the balcony is probably good enough.

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    Is MBFC level 33 a free access to the public? Is it open on Sun n holiday?

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    Quote Originally Posted by e69087 View Post
    Is MBFC level 33 a free access to the public? Is it open on Sun n holiday?
    Not free access it is a pub. Balcony seats need to queue abit. Yes it is open on Sunday and pH.

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    Thanks for the info

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    I see, thanks for the info!!
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