Things to Do in Singapore in Every Couples Bucket List
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For every couple to truly get to know each other, going to a wide variety of places and experiencing different things together is a must.
While dinner and movies are sweet and romantic, exploring the city together gives couples the opportunity to discover more about one another, especially in aspects they usually never think of. It allows them to learn more about their partner, become aware of the little things about themselves and grow together organically. Luckily for us, Singapore is blessed with wonderful places to visit. There are definitely special hotspots and things to try out, so be sure to mark them down on your bucket list!
As the cleanest, most organised and possibly the most entertaining place in the world, Singapore surely has a lot to offer. Our team at Gift Hampers Singapore has come up with 12 amazing places to visit this year. Of course, couples with varying interests will gravitate towards one place / activity more than the other, but it will be worth your while setting aside a time to try at least a few things that are outside your general comfort zone.
Places that Every Couple Would Love to Go in Singapore
If you both love animals, this is just the place for you! As the world’s first safari park for nocturnal animals, this safari houses around 2,500 animals from 130 species. Animal lovers will enjoy a 40-minute tour and ride around the park on complimentary guided trams. You will need to have patience as lines can be long, but you can get a chance to encounter some reserved animals. You can also observe live tiger feedings at weekends. Tickets are S$49.00 for adults.
Have an appreciation for unconventional modern art or traditional Arabian crafts? Then this interesting history district is a place of exploration for you. The cultural blend of the historical traditions and modern aesthetic makes this a fascinating place. Young people with a thirst for uniqueness visit Haji Lane for its independent fashion boutiques and authentic Middle Eastern cafes.
In this spectacular garden, there is a lot to take in. The Supertree Grove, Flower Dome and Cloud Forest look stunning in photographs and the indoor waterfall is certainly a beautiful sight to behold. Though it can get crowded, you can really relax and appreciate the beauty around you.
Enjoy a relaxing seaside stroll after stopping by East Coast Road and its range of shophouses and local Singaporean eateries. The perfect time to enjoy the seabreeze and connect with one another.
This long road in the Central Area of Singapore is a famous, upscale shopping area. Here, you will find numerous world-renowned department stores, must-visit restaurants and coffee houses to enjoy your favourite beverages.
Stepping foot on this island is like opening a time capsule back to a few decades ago. You can get there by taking a 10-minute boat ride from Changi Point Ferry Terminal. It is great if you want to learn more about Singapore and look at it from a different perspective.
Siloso Beach is one filled to the brim with a range of restaurants and entertainment. Lay back and relax on the golden sand or enjoy games and water sports. A true paradise for lovers!
This outdoor art park is a complete feast for the eyes. Labelled as one of the world’s last Asian cultural parks, it is set up in the 1930s by Tiger Balm founder and philanthropist Aw Boon Haw. There are over 1,000 detailed sculptures and teachings about traditional Chinese moral values. A nice, quiet place to get in touch with Chinese roots.
- Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve
Nature lovers will adore this is a sanctuary for flora and fauna. Its mangroves, mudflats, ponds and forests are home to a diverse ecosystem of animals, ranging from mudskippers and water snakes to lizards and otters. Now and again, you may even see a crocodile.
For those with a relatively high budget, there’s nothing you can’t do here. Enjoy a dinner for two at a Michelin-starred restaurant, visit the mall, casino, convention center and ArtScience Museum. You can also swim at the Infinity Pool where you can swim to the edge to get an amazing view of the city.
This aged and abandoned housing complex is not everyone’s idea of a romantic date, but is surely interesting for those who want to know more about history and the supernatural. Rumoured to be haunted, this estate was vacated in 2002, and has remained empty since, apart from being used by Singapore Armed Forces soldiers during military exercises.
- Singapore Botanic Gardens
Singapore Botanic Gardens consists of four main cores: the Tanglin core (old and historic) the Tyersall-Gallop core (integrated into the rainforest), Bukit Bukit Timah core (consists of treehouses, a suspension bridge and a farm for children) and the Central Core (with a grand display of orchids and hybrids). Worth spending a romantic date here.