Step into the golden hour magic with our insider’s guide to the most breathtaking sunset spots in the Singapore. From iconic cityscapes, such as Marina Bay Sands, to clandestine spots like Seletar Fishing Village, join us as we’ve handpicked the best places to watch the sunset in Singapore.

1. Marina Barrage

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As the sun dips behind the iconic Marina Bay Sands, Marina Barrage transforms into a vibrant canvas for socialising, picnics, and kitesurfing adventures. Against the silhouette of the city’s skyline and the Bay Gardens, it’s not just a picturesque backdrop, but a playground amidst Singapore’s renowned landmarks.

Marina Barrage

Location: 8 Marina Gardens Drive, Singapore 018951
Opening hours:
9am-6pm

2. Labrador Nature Reserve

For a sunset that intertwines history and romance, Labrador Nature Reserve beckons. Beyond coastal views, you can also plan activities like fishing, cycling, and the main attraction — joining heritage trails to learn more about Singapore’s role during World War II.

Labrador Nature Reserve

Location: 91 Labrador Villa Rd Singapore 119190 Labrador Villa Rd, Singapore 119190
Opening hours:
7am-7pm

3. Raffles Marina Lighthouse

Venture westward to the Raffles Marina Lighthouse, a spot where the sea quietly unfolds, adorned with yachts and crowned by a captivating lighthouse. This hidden gem offers a serene setting perfect for capturing both tranquillity and Instagram-worthy moments.

Raffles Marina Lighthouse

Location: 10 Tuas West Dr, Singapore 638404
Opening hours:
8am-10pm

4. Merlion Park

A popular spot for tourist and photography enthusiasts, Merlion Park transcends its morning fame with an equally enchanting sunset. As the sun casts its warm glow over the Singapore skyline, it becomes a captivating backdrop for those seeking to capture the city’s evolving beauty against the nightfall. The iconic statue of the Lion City became the main attraction of this place.

It is temporarily closed for maintenance for now.

Location: 1 Fullerton Rd, Singapore 049213
Opening hours:
Daily

5. Seletar Fishing Village

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Uncover the charm of Seletar, home to Singapore’s last fishing village. Tucked away, it’s a hidden spot adorned with rustic huts, wooden boardwalks, and lush greenery. Definitely one of the more unique places in Singapore, Seletar Fishing Village offers a departure from the city’s hustle, while connecting visitors to Singapore’s rich heritage.

Location: Seletar North Link and Yishun Ave 1, Singapore
Opening hours:
24 hours

6. East Coast Park

Located on the east side of Singapore — as the name obviously states — East Coast Park is a popular spot for barbecues and outdoor activities. With sea views, sandy beaches, and a bustling maritime scene, East Coast Park serves as a canvas for sunset seekers. You can even plan An early morning jog or bike ride at dawn unveils the park’s 7km stretch, promising a visual feast that seamlessly combines the tranquillity of nature with the vibrant energy of the city. 

East Coast Park

Location: Along East Coast Parkway and East Coast Park Service Road, Singapore
Opening hours:
24 hours

7. Sentosa Beaches

Tucked away in Sentosa, Palawan Beach is a hidden oasis that promises a chill catching sunset experience. With its powdery white sands and clear turquoise waters, it’s a tropical paradise within the city. Cross the suspension bridge and find yourself a bird-view of the sun setting in the South China Sea.

Palawan Beach

Location: The Palawan @ Sentosa, 54 Palawan Beach Walk, Singapore 098233
Opening hours:
24 hours

8. Marina Bay Sands – SkyPark Observation Deck

Elevate your Singapore experience to new heights — literally — at the Marina Bay Sands SkyPark Observation Deck. Perched 200 metres above ground, this architectural marvel offers an unparalleled panoramic view of the city’s skyscrapers, transforming the urban landscape into a mesmerising tapestry of modernity. More importantly, positioned at the perfect altitude, the SkyPark offers an unobstructed view of the sun bidding farewell behind the cityscape.

SkyPark Observation Deck

Location: 10 Bayfront Avenue, Level 56, Marina Bay Sands, Hotel Tower 3, Singapore, 018936
Opening hours:
11am-9pm

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