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Travel publication ranks Singapore as the world's 'most Instagrammable place' in 2022

SINGAPORE — A British-based travel publication called Big 7 Travel has ranked Singapore as the "most Instagrammable place" in the world in 2022.

The Supertree Grove at Gardens by the Bay.
The Supertree Grove at Gardens by the Bay.

SINGAPORE — A British-based travel publication called Big 7 Travel has ranked Singapore as the "most Instagrammable place" in the world in 2022.

In its annual list of 50 Most Instagrammable Places in the World, Singapore outranked the likes of Paris, London and Tokyo to clinch top spot based on a scoring system that analysed the number of hashtags for each destination, survey results from its social audience and input from its editorial team.

Information from Big 7 Travel's LinkedIn page showed that the publication is based in Leeds, England. It was set up in 2019 and has more than 300,000 followers on both Instagram and Twitter.

In the article on its annual list, it said that Singapore is full of photo opportunities “from the iconic Supertree Grove at Gardens by the Bay to the vibrant kaleidoscope of street art through Haji Lane”.

“Be sure to stroll the streets of Koon Seng Road known for their colourful houses and don’t forget to procure the Tan Teng Niah’s house for a truly breathtaking photo,” it added.

In the publication's 2021 list, Singapore came in 11th, with Tokyo in top spot. In 2020, Singapore came in fifth, with Sydney in number one position.

In the latest list for 2022, the beach resort of Boracay in the Philippines and Hawaii's third largest island, Oahu, came in second and third respectively.

The Japanese capital Tokyo, New York City in the United States, the mountain town of Banff in Canada, the Amalfi Coast in Italy, the American city of Chicago, Portugal's capital Lisbon and Ha Long Bay in Vietnam made up the rest of the top 10 list.

London came in 12th and Paris was ranked 15th.

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