10 Romantic Things To Do In Singapore

Are you a happy newly-wed, or a couple renewing their romance? Congratulations! This is the best time of your life, and we want you to celebrate it to the fullest. We know that while Singapore is a famous holiday retreat, you may not think it’s a romantic destination. Well, we disagree. Singapore, the beautiful Garden City, is where love blooms eternal. Check out our list of romantic things to do in Singapore, and you’ll be nodding your heads in agreement with us!

A Trip Into The Wonderland Of Jurong Bird Park

The Jurong Bird Park, Asia’s largest, is home to over 5,000 birds from 380 species. You can get up close to the birds, feed them, watch bird shows and get some selfies taken with them! Admire the colorful parrots in the world’s largest walk-in parrot flight aviary. Marvel over the toucans and hornbills in the Africa Waterfall Aviary. Every flapping wing and colorful beak is nature’s yes to love and romance – listen to their song!

Take A Night Cruise Of The Singapore River!

Imagine this – a romantic night, with the moon and stars celebrating your oneness and a softly moving boat on the Singapore River. Stop by the bay for a bit to watch the remarkable laser light show. Watch the moon’s light dapple and striate on the wavelets and let the breeze ruffle your hair. You can sign up for a night cruise at Esplanade Theater or Clarke Quay.

A Romantic Getaway In Fort Canning Hill Park

The moment you enter Fort Canning Hill Park, you’ll forget that you’re actually part of a bustling metropolis! You’ll be taken back in time, to the Singapore that was ruled by Malay royalty in medieval times. Fort Canning also saw the British surrender to the Japanese during WWII. In recent times, the park has witnessed performances by several music greats. Enjoy the green concert lawns, flowers of every color and the food at the For Canning boutique hotel.

Enjoy A Cable-Cabin Picnic High Up In The Sky!

Have you ridden the Mount Faber Cable Car yet? If not, please sign up for a couples special private cabin ride all the way from Mount Faber to Sentosa Island. Enjoy breathtaking views of the entire city while savoring a lovely meal on the most romantic ride of your life. Mount Faber is situated 328 feet above sea level; at that altitude, it’s no wonder that the splendor of the city’s skyline is laid bare! Yes, and about the meal – it’s 4-course, meat, veg or vegan as per your requirements.

Ride Through Singapore’s Parks On Twin Bikes!

Rent bikes at Changi Beach or East Coast Park and ride some of the city’s most picturesque streets. Singapore’s Eastern Coastal Park Connector Network (ECPCN) links many of Singapore’s parks, including the Gardens of the Bay. The road is full of greenery, with pretty little nooks and corners filled with orchids and other lovely flowers. Carry a picnic and settle on a bit of green to enjoy your togetherness. This is one of the most romantic things you can do with your partner!

Toast Your Togetherness With Friendly Orangutans!

Tired of people and their superficiality? Forget them. Sign up for a breakfast with Orangutans experience at the Singapore Zoo. Just make sure you share your breakfast with them and they’ll be even friendlier. Take selfies with the charming apes at the background. They can smile and chatter and throw an arm around you, for all the world like real people! Just order plenty of fruits with your breakfast and they’ll forgive anything.

Watch The Sunset Together From The KU DÉ TA Sky Terrace

The SkyPark is the hectare-wide terrace on top of the 200-meter high Marina Bay Sands hotel. The exotic restaurant and club lounge, KU DÉ TA in SkyPark is arguably one of the most romantic hangouts in Singapore. Best place to watch the sunset and drop an engagement ring into your darling’s cocktail. How about a buffet at The Chocolate Bar for a proposal venue? Nothing sets the mood like chocolate does.

Experience Love With A 360degree View

Want to lord it over Singapore from 42-stories up? What joy to hold hands and ride the Singapore Flyer, enjoying a fabulous 360-degree vista of the city! On a clear day you can see all the way to the Indonesian Spice Islands and the Straits of Johor! The best thing of all is watching the sunset over the oceans while spinning high above the city. Why not sign up for a meal-and-flight combo? You get to enjoy two full 30-minute rotations with cakes, coffee and tea!

Snuggle Up And Take A Trishaw Tour Around Singapore

What fun to snuggle up into a bicycle-powered cart and enjoy a leisurely tour of Singapore! As you travel through Little India, the Singapore River, Bugis and other places, you’ll experience street-side Singapore like never before. Every smell, sight and sound will take on new life. Oh and did we tell you that the trishaw has very small seats? Nice excuse to wrap your arms around each other as you ride along, eh?

A Romantic Picnic In The Gardens By The Bay

Singapore’s Gardens By The Bay is absolutely divine – green, lush and filled with the loveliest of orchids and other rare flowers. There are several wonderful restaurants in the Garden, ready to supply a picnic lunch. Lay out a picnic mat on a peaceful spot, and eat while enjoying the amazing native and exotic flowering plants. The blissful surroundings and the mindblowing beauty of the place makes it one of the most romantic things to do in Singapore.

Singapore is a land steeped in history, flavored with a unique mix of cultures that come together to create a country that is unique, beautiful and unforgettable. It’s a country of delights, of technological marvels, of progressive thinking and yes, unending romance. Discover each other in this magnificent city of never-ending exotic appeal.

Picnic In A Park

You might not have thought about having a picnic in a foreign country as something fun to do, but it’s incredibly cheap and affordable! Plus, there’s just something amazing about having strawberries dipped in chocolate with your lover as you sit on the grass in a lovely park. Though you can picnic in any city, having a romantic picnic with your significant other in a foreign country is something much different! You can always just buy random items from a local store or if you plan to picnic for longer, an ice chest is also something you could bring with you on your picnic trip.

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