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Things to Do For Couples while Traveling to Singapore

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Couples like to travel together because it creates a strong bond. When you are travelling, it may be for the honeymoon or simply a way to spend times together. It’s a good thing that each tourist destination has the specific spots and also special activities for couples. The same thing also applies when you are traveling to Singapore.

What can you do When Traveling to Singapore and where to go?

1. Fort Canning Hill

Traveling to Singapore - Fort Canning Hill

Sometimes, spending times together requires you to be alone together – just the two of you. No need to get involved in the adrenaline-rush adventure or spend a lot of money to have fun. What about taking a walk together and talk about a lot of things? This park is peaceful and also beautiful. Once you enter it, you won’t realize that it is located right in the middle of the busy city – because it is very quiet!

With the tall and green trees around you, you and your spouse will have a great time together. You won’t have to pay anything for the entrance fee and you can explore the park based on the map – you can get it from the office. A lot of couple like to do this because it is peaceful and romantic, and they don’t have to pay a dime!

2. Singapore Chinatown

Traveling to Singapore - Singapore Chinatown

Being romantic can be shown in many ways, including being involved in the culinary exploration and going shopping together. If this is your idea of romantic, go to Chinatown. Finding the most popular, the cheapest and also the tastiest foods will be easy there. Not to mention that you can enjoy the window shopping or buy some of the things you like there. Use the MRT to access the place. Your destination is the Chinatown Station from Marina South Pier or Little India. In case you get off the MRT at Tanjong Pagar, Raffles Place, or Clarke Quay, you can walk to Chinatown – it won’t be far away.

See also: Cheap Things to Do in Singapore

3. Universal Studio Singapore

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Different couples have different terms of romance. Some of them like the idea that they can have fun, scream at the top of their lungs or view the attractions. This place has different themed zones (try 7 of them) to enjoy. You can take part in the live shows or the adrenaline rush rides. You can have the hotel pickup and also drop off by paying $60 per person. The rate also includes the admission fee. So, when you wake up in the morning, simply wait for the pickup, have fun the whole day, and let them take you back to your hotel. This is also a great option when you are travelling with kids.

See also: Universal Studio Singapore Various Fun Activities to Do

4. Gardens by the Bay

Traveling to Singapore - Gardens by the Bay

How does a picnic tour sound? If you want to spend a romantic time in the evening with your loved one, go to Gardens by the Bay. You can go to one of the restaurants there; simply enjoy a relaxed and intimate talk. The foods are amazing too. The wonderful sunset is one of the highlights of the spot – not to mention the exotic plants too. Explore the conservatories and the outdoor gardens. Be ready to spend $28 a person. Some of the places to go include Flight Bar and Lounge, Sky on 57, or SuperTree by IndoChine.

5. Singapore Cable Car

Traveling to Singapore - Singapore Cable Car

Do you know that you can enjoy an impressive dining experience inside the cable car? The sky cable car dining will cost you $125 per person where you can have your private cabin for the next 90 minutes. It would be a great experience: you can see the amazing view below you while having the 4-course meal. The cable cars start at Faber Peak Singapore and it goes between the park and Sentosa Island.

Singapore can offer you a lot of memorable experience, especially for couples. If you are planning a trip to Travel to Singapore on your next holiday, it doesn’t hurt to check Airpaz for offers. They can even help you manage the itinerary.


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