Singapore guide for honeymooners

Singapore guide for honeymooners

Shalmali Pethe, October 21, 2014
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Singapore guide for honeymooners

Traditionally perceived as a perfect transit gateway in Asia, Singapore is increasingly becoming a hot-favourite among families and group travellers. However, with a growing number of man-made attractions, the destination has successfully built its reputation among Indian honeymoon travellers. Singapore makes a really easy introduction to Asia – offering a perfect blend of Chinese, Malay and Indian culture.

Keep these things in mind, when you are choosing your Singapore tour package. So, here we bring you the best of Singapore for honeymooners. The best place to stay, the best things to do and the best time to visit.

Places to stay in Singapore on honeymoon

Being a well-developed destination, Singapore features an excellent mix of hotels for every type of budget traveller. From deluxe five star properties, integrated resorts, cruise liners to budget hotels; Singapore has it all. There are a number of five-star properties in Singapore for romance offering excellent packages for honeymooners. However, the most important thing is to choose where to base yourself in Singapore in different regions and districts of Singapore. You can choose as per your preference for shopping, attractions, nightlife or spa.

Lovebird activities in Singapore

Apart from visiting the traditional things to do in Singapore like Universal Studios, Singapore Zoo, Gardens by the Bay and Sentosa Island, you can also opt for some unique activities to get closer and feel the love in the air! Below are few ideas:

1. Walking trails

There are many beautiful walking trails in Singapore to get close to nature. The most romantic being – the TreeTop Walk (TTW) which is a free-standing suspension bridge connecting the two highest points (Bukit Kalang and Bukit Peirce) in MacRitchie. Slightly outside the city, it provides an excellent view of the variety of animals and plants that live in the forest canopy.

2. Experiment with local cuisine

Due to the cosmopolitan nature, Singapore offers a wide range of restaurants offering great food, unique settings, international standard service and romantic ambience. A few of the popular must-try restaurants are- Au Jardin Les Amis (French cuisine), One Fullerton (an area housing multiple restaurants), Gunther’s Modern French Cuisine, Songs of India (Indian cuisine), Brasserie Les Saveurs (French again), Sky on 57 (especially to enjoy breakfast with a view) and Stellar at 1-Altitude (multi-cuisine).

Make sure you head to at least one hawker centre (food court) during your stay to try local specialities like satay, chilli crab and char kway teow (delicious fried flat noodles).

3. Retail therapy

Singapore is world-renowned for its shopping! So wait not, put on those comfy shoes and head for some retail therapy. Explore the old streets of Chinatown or the engaging streets of Little India or Arab Streets for some interesting shopping options. While shopping, you can also indulge your taste buds in some local cuisine and delights. If you are more into brands then Singapore is the place for you on earth! Head to any of the shopping malls (especially along the Westernised Orchard Road) and get the best deals and international products in a wide range of varieties. So brace yourself for an international shopping experience at Suntec City, Paragon, Marina Square, Bugis Junction, Far East Plaza and many more.

4. Couple Spa

A perfect rejuvenating spa is the best gift you can give your better half. And what can be better than enjoying the gift yourself as well? Opt for one of the many award-winning couple spa facilities in Singapore to truly relax your senses. For the best Hamman experience – an authentic Turkish Hamman, opt for ESPA Sentosa at Resorts World Sentosa. If you are looking for some hot massage, Spa Park Asia located in Grand Park City Hall is your destination. Similarly, It’s All About Me! is popular for customized massages, Willow Stream Spa is best known for its detox massages, St.Geroge Spa specialises in aromatherapy and Auriga Spa has the Best of Couple’s spa treatments. So, go on, spoil yourself with your partner!

5. Best beaches

Yes, apart from so many romantic activities to indulge in, Singapore also features an excellent coastline with romantic views. Hop on a 15-minute boat to the popular St John’s Island located at the southernmost part of Singapore from Marina South Pier. One of the most remote places in Singapore, this lush green island is a great place for swimming, trekking, picnics and also dolphin-sightseeing.

So, do remember to include one of the above romantic activities while booking a Singapore tour package for your honeymoon. To enjoy a seamless journey, book a Singapore visa and experience Singapore like never before.

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