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    A couple hugging each other in front of Singapore flyer

    While Singapore is a popular holiday destination, newlyweds often reject it because of the popular notion that there aren’t many romantic things to do in Singapore. I agree that the city isn’t known as a honeymoon paradise, but that doesn’t mean it fails to amaze couples in love.

    10 Romantic Things To Do In Singapore For Couples

    There are a lot of interesting things you can try with your special someone that you’ll never get to experience in any other city. Out of these 10 romantic things to do in Singapore for newlyweds, include at least 2 to 3 in your itinerary and let your love blossom in the garden city.

    1. Gardens By The Bay: Take a little picnic tour

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    Gardens have always been a romantic spot to hangout for couples to bask some gentle sun and enjoy some flowery breeze. Plan your romantic evening together in the serene environment of Singapore’s Gardens By The Bay. It’s absolutely one of the best things to do in Singapore for couples. Just lay out your picnic mat, indulge in sweet talks, and savor the delicious food at one of the restaurants in the garden.

    You can also see some native and exotic flowering plants in the garden, and your day is made absolutely special by the wonderful sunset. You should not only explore the outdoor gardens, but the conservatories too for a complete experience.

    Conservatories entry time: 9 am to 9 pm
    Entry charges: $28 per person
    Suggested restaurants for a romantic dinner: SuperTree by IndoChine, Sky On 57, and Flight Bar & Lounge

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    2. Boat tour: Hop aboard Singapore river cruise

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    How about a romantic boat tour with your loves one? You can either hop on a river cruise at night seeing the remarkable laser light show by the bay, or take a daytime ride to explore the city’s skyline and historic building right from the water. Sail with your love on the sparkling waters! It’s going to be breezy and romantic out there; you can spend some quality time together and snap some cute pictures.

    According to me, it’s one of the most romantic things to do in Singapore for couples at night and you can’t miss this.

    Where to find the best Singapore river cruises?
    You can easily find good cruises at Esplanade Theater or Clarke Quay, or you can take your hotel front desk help.
    Average charges: $25 per person

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    3. Fort Canning Hill: Take a romantic walk

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    Ever thought of getting lost in the city with your beloved? Here is a park that’ll give both of you some moments of peace and romance. As soon as you enter the park, you forget that it’s located right in the middle of the bustling city. The park is just 60 mts above sea level, which means it doesn’t offer marvellous views, but it does offer a romantic stroll which makes your day perfect.

    If you like to know a little about the history of the city, you can get a self-guided tour map from the park’s office. The park opens everyday and there’s no entry fee, which makes it one of the free romantic things to do in Singapore with your love.

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    4. Sky-high meal: With a romantic ride

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    Ever wished to soar high with your loved ones? And what if we tell you that there’s a bonus too – a romantic dinner? Get ready to step into your private cabin to enjoy a sky-high meal with the most romantic ride of your life. Your cabin takes off from Mount Faber, which is situated some 328 feet above sea level that lets you enjoy the splendour of the city’s skyline. This is also one of the most romantic things to do in Singapore at night.

    Enjoy your 4-course delectable meal and mesmerizing city views while riding. The couple is served one of the best wines, starters, delicious food, and mouthwatering dessert. Amongst all the interesting things to do in Singapore for couples, this one tops the list.

    Average charges: If you want to make your cabin look romantic, you can go with the floral option that’ll cost you around SGD $488 per couple. If you wish to go with a regular cabin, then it should cost you SGD $218 per couple.

    What to expect:

    • An extremely romantic dinner on a luxury Singapore Cable Car
    • A 90-minute cable car ride between Mt. Faber and Sentosa
    • Breathtaking view of the cityscape set against a romantic night sky

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    5. ECPCN route: Rent a bike and ride

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    There’s a lot one can explore on a bike, but there’s a lot more that two can explore together on a romantic bike ride. You can ride along Singapore’s Eastern Coastal Park Connector Network (ECPCN)—a network that links up Singapore’s parks and other nature sites, with places to rest and smell the lovely orchids. Enjoy the breeze and the lovely surroundings as you explore Singapore riding side by side.

    If you are cycling after a long, it might become a little challenging but it’s going to be worth it. You can rent bikes along the network, for instance at Changi Beach or East Coast Park.

    There are many other exciting and adventurous activities in Singapore, you can try out with your loved one.

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    6. Singapore Zoo: Dine with friendly Orangutans

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    Have you ever had you breakfast with Orangutans around? It’s highly unusual and you don’t get to experience something like this everywhere. The Singapore Zoo is probably the only place on earth where you can have such a unique experience with your partner. This has to be one of the most exciting things to do in Singapore for couples. This experience is going to be even more exciting for the couples who share in common, a soft corner for animals.

    Timings: 9.00am – 10.30am (daily)
    Breakfast charges: $35 per person

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    7. Kombi Rocks: Experience the unusual

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    Kombi Rocks, a Thai-Chinese restaurant takes you back to the 70s with its vintage decor. The place has been revamped into a retro-looking diner as serves lip smacking fusion of Thai, Chinese, and Singaporean cuisine.

    If you want a nostalgic joyride in a chauffeur-driven Combi or the 60s Chevrolet Impala, you must visit this place and snap a lot of awesome pictures. And the best is, it’s not heavy on your pocket. With the perfect old-school settings and gorgeously plated food, this place gives you a great scope for clicking for your Instagram feeds.

    Average price for two: $25
    Cuisine type: Thai, Asia, Local, and Singaporean

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    8. S.E.A. Aquarium: Enjoy the calmness

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    This is where you can peek into the calmness of the ocean. Who thought Asia’s largest aquarium could prove to be a great romantic spot for couples. Holding hands and watching in silence, the marvellous marine world deep inside and the light rays beaming into the cool dark-blue waters is an experience worth enjoying.

    S.E.A. Aquarium is a popular tourist spot in Singapore so try to plan your visit on a weekday instead of a weekend, so that you don’t find much crowd.

    Average entry price for two: $56
    Timings: 10am – 7pm

    9. National Gallery: Blend romance with art

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    The National Gallery in Singapore is a profusion of art and architecture. There are numerous corners to strike a secret conversation and places to take romantic strolls. This place will infuse some creativity and positivity into your relationship, especially if both you love to discuss art. The gallery also makes a suitable backdrop for adorable picture with your loved ones.

    You can also enjoy some shopping, food and drinks at the outlets and restaurants in the premises. Enjoy some artsy moments with your love.

    Average price for two: Entry free
    Timings: 10am – 6pm (Daily) / 10am – 9pm (Friday)

    10. Jcube: Go ice skating

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    Ice skating can be easily turned into a romantic sport. Thanks to the chilled air and swaying movements as you skate. And if there is perfect lighting and romantic music as an add on, nothing like it. The Rink at JCube in Singapore is an amazing place to enjoy a romantic ice skating experience with your partner. Imagine yourself holding hands of your partner and gliding on the ice, falling and giggling.

    If you want to surprise your partner then you can request the management to play his/her favourite romantic song.

    Average entry price for two: $28 (only skating)
    Timings: 10am – 9pm

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    Whether you’re there in the city for a short weekend, or on your long honeymoon trip to Singapore, you’ll find plenty of options to add romantic vibe to your trip. These things to do in Singapore for couples in 2018 is both interesting and romantic.

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