From cafes to art galleries, these youth-centric places are a must to visit with friends.
Have you been coming across TikTok vlogs of youth documenting their trips to different locations on your For You Page (FYP)?
Ranging from cafes to art galleries, these locations are featured a lot on TikTok lately.
Here are five places we uncovered that are currently trending on TikTok.
If you are looking for a minimalist cafe to add to your cafe-hopping list, be sure to check out Brotherbird Coffeehouse located near Bugis!
From pastries to brunch food, Brotherbird Coffeehouse serves a myriad of food and drink choices.
Their signature mochi doughnuts and croissants have drawn many curious visitors because of their irresistibly chewy and flaky texture.
As you indulge in their flavoursome pastries, you can snap some Instagram-worthy photos of the aesthetic interior too.
Brotherbird Coffeehouse is only open from Wednesday to Sunday, 10am to 6pm.
Address: 32 Bali Lane, Singapore 189868
Want to have some good bites with good vibes? Good Bites is the cafe restaurant just for you.
Known for their gorgeous retro outdoor setting, youth have been sharing photos of themselves at Good Bites all over TikTok and Instagram.
Located in the North, this halal-certified cafe serves lunch sets from $9.99 inclusive of an appetiser, main and drink from Monday to Friday between 11am to 5pm.
For those who have a HomeTeamNS card, remember to bring them along to enjoy a 20 per cent discount.
Address: 5 Bishan Street 14, #03-01, Singapore 579783
Are you an artsy person? Gillman Barracks, which was once a British military camp, is now an arts hub home to several international art galleries.
Gillman Barracks rose in popularity after several art enthusiasts shared about the place on TikTok.
You can visit the 12 different art galleries that are located in black and white air-conditioned blocks. There’s also a variety of eateries ranging from ice cream to European cuisine for you to choose from.
Snap some aesthetic photos along the way if you want to spice up your Instagram feed!
You can find out more about the art galleries here.
Address: 9 Lock Rd, Singapore 108937
We all know that the National Gallery exists as a large museum in Singapore, but it recently became a hot dating and outing spot among youth on TikTok.
From fascinating art installations to artefacts, National Gallery Singapore has countless exhibitions on Singapore and Southeast Asian art for you to explore and uncover.
A general admission fee applies to selected exhibitions.
You can find out more about the ticket prices, ongoing and upcoming exhibitions here.
Address: 1 St Andrew’s Rd, Singapore 178957
The Projector has become an increasingly popular hangout among youth ever since people started sharing their experiences on TikTok.
Almost like a hidden gem located in Golden Mile Tower, The Projector houses a retro photo booth and an Indie movie theatre.
At the retro photo booth, you can get an aesthetically pleasing film photo strip for just $4.
Do note that the photo booth only accepts new and old $1 coins so be sure to bring them along with you.
You can catch a movie at the Indie movie theatre right beside the retro photo booth too. Unlike your usual cineplex, you can also enjoy a classic film on the comforts of a beanbag.
Ticket prices start from $11.50 on weekdays and $13 on weekends.
You can find out more about the movies and showtimes here.
Apart from the movie theatre and photobooth, you can score some retro Instagram-worthy photos at their iconic spiral staircase too.
Address: 6001 Beach Rd, #05-00 Golden Mile Tower, Singapore 199589
It’s your turn to jump on the bandwagon, so grab your friends and camera and head on down to these trendy places!
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