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    Default nice photoshoot locations in sg

    i need to find a nice quiet spot for photoshoots.
    preferably with a desolate feel with old railway tracks or deserted shack buildings.
    any advisers please?
    thanks in advance!

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    Default Re: nice photoshoot locations in sg

    Quote Originally Posted by noshet View Post
    i need to find a nice quiet spot for photoshoots.
    preferably with a desolate feel with old railway tracks or deserted shack buildings.
    any advisers please?
    thanks in advance!
    railway tracks?

    bukit timah area?

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    Default Re: nice photoshoot locations in sg

    old changi hospital?? go in at least a pair...

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    Default Re: nice photoshoot locations in sg

    Quote Originally Posted by blurboiboi View Post
    old changi hospital?? go in at least a pair...
    no need lar.... you go alone then somehow end up in a pair....

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    Default Re: nice photoshoot locations in sg

    Quote Originally Posted by night86mare View Post
    railway tracks?

    bukit timah area?
    Along Woodlands Road, the stretch from Bukit Panjang area onto Upper Bukit Timah Road. The other location is Sunset Way got unused railway track/bridge (and lotsa mosquitos).

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    Default Re: nice photoshoot locations in sg

    Old Changi Hospital is very safe lah. So many people go there until is like theme park already.

    Unfortunately, old places in Sg getting hard to find and/or access already. No.1 consideration is not so much the spooks, but running afoul of the law.
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    Default Re: nice photoshoot locations in sg

    can try pulau ubin.
    It gives the feel of the old village and very nice greenery too

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