Singapore’s “usual suspects” are listed, of course – Marina Bay Sands, the ArtScience Museum, Gardens by the Bay and the Helix Bridge.

However, other places counted among the Lion City’s most-photogenic spots by travel channel Big Seven Travel – which calls itself “the ultimate resource for travel focused millennials” – also include Koon Seng Road, the Bugis district, and Chijmes – a historic 19th-century former school and convent that now houses a restaurant, bar and event space complex – which was the setting of the lavish wedding scene in the hit film Crazy Rich Asians.

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These seven places, as well as seven cafes, were highlighted by Big Seven Travel in its list of the World’s 50 Most-Instagrammable Places 2019, which ranked Singapore in 10th place.

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The ranking was compiled via a scoring system, which considered the number of hashtags per city, votes from a panel of travel experts, and a survey of Big Seven readers.

Singapore “punches way above its weight on a global level”, Big Seven Travel said in its entry for Singapore.

“It’s a modern city with colourful buildings, futuristic bridges and a ‘cloud forest’.

“It’s also a centre of tourism and a serious hub for travel in Asia. What more could you want from your next trip?” it said.

Alongside the ranking, the channel also highlighted seven of the most-Instagrammable cafes in the city.

These include Clan Cafe, the French-style bistro Merci Marcel, traditional eatery Chin Sin Huan, and Melbourne-inspired joint Five Oars.

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The other places in Big Seven Travel’s top-10 list were Australia, ranked first, Hong Kong second, Canada third, Indonesia fourth, South Africa fifth, Maldives sixth, India seventh, the United States eighth and Dubai ninth.

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This article originally appeared on Business Insider.