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30 completely new Street View locations that Google just released for Singapore!

Google Singapore just released 30 completely new Street View locations in Singapore that lets you explore breathtaking views of our national parks, surrounding islands and popular attractions in 360˚ panoramic awesomeness. It makes you wonder if you have truly discovered Singapore. Scroll down for the full list!

Google Street View imagery of Youth Olympic Park (Credit- Google)
Google Street View imagery of Youth Olympic Park (Credit- Google)

You may use Street View on a desktop or open Google Maps on your Android or iOS  smartphone.

If you are an avid cyclist, plan your bike expedition routes along Coney Island Park, Punggol Waterway Park or even the Youth Olymic Park anytime of the day! Or even if you are looking to plan you next staycation in Resorts World Sentosa, familiarising with your destination has never been that simple. Arts and heritage buffs will also be able to step into National Gallery Singapore and the Singapore Art Museum, at your own convenience.

Singapore is a top Asian destination for tourists worldwide and having the newly added Special Collections on Street View will give tourists a first glance of what our city has to offer. Many people have told us that Street View helps them in their trip planning when they’re deciding places to visit while on holiday.

– Cynthia Wei, Street View Program Manager, APAC

Google Street View imagery of Southern Ridge (Credit- Google)
Google Street View imagery of Southern Ridge (Credit- Google)


Starting today, JustRunLah! (a group of running enthusiasts) will be teaming up with Google to capture Street View imagery along parks and nature spaces around the nation that features running tracks. The local group is coming on board to contribute and expand on the Street View imagery around Singapore. With over 30 running routes covering more than 400 km, be sure to say hi when you see them donning Google’s Street View trekker. It is equipped with special cameras that take photographs of the various running trails popular among Singaporeans such as Botanic Gardens, Mount Faber Park and MacRitchie Reservoir.

Since 2009, Singaporeans have been using the panoramic street-level images on Google Maps to navigate and figure out driving directions around the city. While Street View has proven to be a useful tool for drivers, we’d love to make it more relevant for Singaporeans who are passionate about running and looking for new places to explore. We’re looking forward to working closely with JustRunLah! to capture new imagery of running tracks that are off the beaten path and help get Singaporeans more active with Street View.

– Cynthia Wei, Street View Program Manager, APAC

Full List

National Parks and Islands

Ang Mo Kio Town Garden East
Mo Kio Town Garden West
Chinese Garden
Coney Island Park
Duxton Plain Park
Japanese Garden
Kusu Island
Punggol Promenade Punggol Point Walk
Punggol Waterway Park
Seringat Island
Lazarus Island
St John’s Island
Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve
Telok Ayer Green Park
Toa Payoh Sensory Park
Toa Payoh Town Park
Youth Olympic Park


Heritage Sites and Tourist Attractions

Adventure Cove Waterpark
Buddha Tooth Relic Temple
Resorts World Sentosa, Beach Villas
Resorts World Sentosa, ESPA
Resorts World Sentosa, Hard Rock Hotel
Resorts World Sentosa, Ocean Restaurant by Cat Cora
World Sentosa, SEA Aquarium
Resorts World Sentosa, The Forum
Resorts World Sentosa, The Galleria
Singapore Turf Club
Universal Studios Singapore


Shopping Malls

Food Town at Wisma Atria
TANGS at Tang Plaza


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