Singapore is a great place for love holidays. There are so many things that you can do in Singapore and enhance your love life. It’s a happening place couple. Follow up the best 20 things you can do during your romantic holidays to Singapore:
Couples looking to escape to an intimate retreat in celebration of Valentines can spend memorable and private moments at the award winning Hotel Fort Canning. An irresistible Valentines in the Park epicurean experience as well as a romance inspired stay package are available not only during Valentines, but every single day of the year with the special Valentines 365 Love Blossoms Package.
The White Rabbit presents traditional European favorites and whimsical interpretations of classics in a pristinely conserved 1940s chapel in the Dempsey Hill area. Cleverly-coined companion bar THE RABBIT HOLE is a landscaped garden nook that presents a mix of classic cocktails and updated twists on old favorites. The garden bar with its twinkly lights and chill-out music is a perfect spot to cosy up and spend quality time together.
The Westin Singapore has designed every detail of the Heavenly Bed to promote superior slumber – from the crisp, white, 250-thread count sheets to the down duvets, plush pillows and custom pillow-top mattresses. What can be a better way to spend a weekend than cuddling under the silky sheets and having breakfast in bed?
Let the talented photographers capture the chemistry between you two, the love expressed through your eyes and laughter, the tenderness expressed in your hugs and kisses.
Manhattan is a grand hotel bar inspired by the 19th century’s Golden Age of cocktails and fine drinking. Delivering on its name with a glamorous yet modern space reminiscent of old New York, craft bartending meets artisanal spirits to pay homage to classic and forgotten cocktails that leap from the pages of history. Come Sunday, the Weekend Cocktail brunch offers unlimited craft cocktails, beers, wines and gastronomic pleasures. Build your own Bloody Mary and say cheers with a lineup of toast-worthy cocktails that will start your Sunday right.
Returning to Singapore after the spectacular success of INCANTO and A NIGHT OF MAGIC AT RAFFLES, Joe Labero is back with a brand new fiery show in 2015. Witness Laberos exclusive brand of magic, which includes illusions that are altogether unbelievable, outrageous, impossible, death-defying and stunning in their slick and beautiful execution.
When done together as a couple, yoga is a direct turn on. It generates a lot of heat, both physical and sexual and teaches true mindfulness, which makes you more familiar with your body. Together, this can help both of you get more in touch with your sexuality. Yoga also makes you more limber so you can be more adventurous in bed. Take a hot yoga class at Hom Yoga!
Singapores premier sun-kissed playground, Tanjong Beach Club (TBC) is a stunning amalgam of restaurant, bar and urban escape. Get on the sun loungers and enjoy cocktails watching the sun set over palm trees and the sea.
Undoubtedly one of Singapore’s top spas, Spa Botanica has won the hearts of couples looking for a romantic retreat with its beautiful settings and top quality treatments. Extend this romantic experience and stay at Sentosa Resort and Spa for the weekend!
Indulge in Sky Dining experience which now comes with exclusive Gueridon service, a new 4-course menu, wine pairing options, personalized butler service, magnificent skyline views – all in the comfort of a spacious capsule, atop the world’s largest Giant Observation Wheel here in Singapore.
320 Below is a tiny ice cream shop hidden on McKenzie Road. All their ice cream are freshly made using the finest ingredients and liquid nitrogen as the method. The fast freeze process means an ice cream that has low sugar, a smooth texture, no emulsifiers, no flavorings (artificial or natural), no preservatives and above all, you still get to enjoy tasty flavors. Its quirky and cosy atmosphere makes it a perfect spot for a midday date!
Located off the north eastern end of Singapore, Pulau Ubin is the second largest island of Singapore. The best way to reach Pulau Ubin is via bum boats from Changi Point Ferry Terminal, which is close to the Changi Village Hawker Centre. After a short boat ride to Pulau Ubin you can choose to walk one of the many routes or rent a bike and cycle around. It’s a nice break from city life!
What can be better that having a mid-week date with your loved one? We love these after-work date places: The Flying Squirrel (Amoy Street), PS. Café Petit (Tiong Bahru), Park (Holland Village), Maison Ikkoku (Kandahar Road) and Lucha Loco (Duxton Hill).
The Esplanade Roof Garden is a perfect location for a romantic date night! Enjoy unobstructed views of Marina Bay Sands, the Singapore River and One Fullerton with a glass of wine and snacks.
Chef on Wheels is the endeavour of a young Singaporean chef trying to find his way as a private chef in the vast and diverse food scene of Singapore. Chef Yi Yi will come to your house and cook an absolute feast for you!
Visit one of the oldest Taoist temples in Singapore, built in the 1820s. Lovers come and pray before the black idol, the statue of Yue Lao, the bearded elder matchmaker. Do as the locals would and tie the red strings together while praying to the deity of happiness and love to bless your romance. It’s located at 30B Phillip Street.
If you both love cats, this is the perfect spot for your date. Head to Singapore’s first cat cafe Neko no Niwa. You have to book in advance if you dont want to wait hours to get in.
Get hot and sweaty Latino-style with salsa dance classes for all levels at hotel fort canning Singapore.
Experience the world famous shows and events at Marina Bay Sands and the Mastercard Theaters.
The Long Bar is part of the beautiful Raffles Hotel, and is home to the Singapore Sling, the local speciality cocktail. The design of this two-storey bar was inspired by the Malayan plantations of the 1920’s, and is best known for the countless peanut shells that cover the floor.