Top 5 Instagram-worthy Xmas snaps

SENTOSA: Children playing at the art installation, When Love Beckons To You, Follow Him (Khalil Gibran, The Prophet), by Juls (Singapore) and Tina Fung (Denmark) at Sentosa Cove Village. There are seven installations in total, curated by Singapore-based design studio Space Objekt. Visitors who’ve had their fill of fun, can take a relaxed walk along Quayside Isle to admire the 300 neon colour-changing snowflakes shining from the trees. ST PHOTO: GIN TAY

It is about one month to Christmas and the festive lights are up around the island. The Straits Times takes a look at the five most Instagrammable Christmas decorations.

ORCHARD CENTRAL: A woman taking a selfie in front of presents which are part of this shopping centre's Christmas decorations. Visitors can also walk through a tunnel decorated with huge pearly-white baubles and gift boxes wrapped up in velvet red bows. ST PHOTO: GAVIN FOO
PARAGON: The 13m-tall Christmas tree outside this shopping centre in Orchard Road is decorated with 12 wreaths and 55,000 LED energy-saving and weather-proof lightbulbs. Bursts of golden stars add an extra shine to the tree and complement the shimmering fairy lights hanging from the mall's facade. The tree is also surrounded by a herd of silver geometric reindeer. ST PHOTO: GAVIN FOO
ION ORCHARD: The light-up at this shopping centre in Orchard Road features an 18.5m tall model of Bvlgari's Serpenti necklace and a glittering Christmas tree of the same height. The tree is lit with a 15km long strip of 200K LED lights. Some 150,000 micro LED lights are embedded along the necklace. Visitors can control the colourful lights using a mobile app. ST PHOTO: DESMOND WEE
ORCHARD GATEWAY: A child posing for pictures with penguin figurines alongside snowy holographic trees, which are part of Christmas decorations outside this shopping centre in Orchard Road. ST PHOTO: GAVIN FOO

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on November 22, 2019, with the headline Top 5 Instagram-worthy Xmas snaps. Subscribe