25 Romantic Places in Singapore To Visit With Your Partner In 2021

Honeymoon Singapore Places to Visit

Singapore Flyer, Mount Faber Park, Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve , Sisters’ Islands, Sentosa Merlion Tower, Cable Car Dining, Universal Studios,  Marina Bay Sands, River Safari Singapore, Pulau Ubin and many more. Explore! 

From gardens and rooftops with fairytale-like backdrops to cozy resorts and idyllic beaches, there is no dearth of romantic places in Singapore which is why couples from all parts of the world choose Singapore as their preferred honeymoon destination. The iconic attractions of this island nation like Singapore Flyer and Cable Car have luxury fine dining dinner options to surprise your loved one as you hangout. Couples who love wildlife can go on a trip to places like Mount Faber Park, S.E.A Aquarium and Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve to spend time watching over thousands of native and exotic species. 

Sentosa Island tops the list of honeymoon Singapore places to visit and every attraction in the island like Sentosa Merlion Tower, Siloso Beach, and  Tanjong Beach is best explored with your loved one. Quaint little offbeat destinations like Pulau Ubin, Changi Point Coastal Walk, and Raffles Marina Lighthouse have scenic backdrops for candid couple photography and the magical aura for proposal dates. Universal Studios is another great place to spend a day of ultimate fun and head to the Gardens by the Bay for a once-in- a-lifetime evening of chit-chats, whispers, and intimate conversations!

Here is the list of best romantic places in Singapore:

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01

Singapore Flyer

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Topping the list of finest romantic places in Singapore, Singapore Flyer is a giant observation wheel that has resplendent views of the city’s majestic skyline. Couples can board one of the 28 glass covered, air-conditioned capsules and go on an delightfully thrilling ride to about 165 metres above ground level.

This romantic journey lasts for about 30 minutes and the beautiful vistas of the surrounding skyscrapers and the Singapore city below is truly an exhilarating experience to cherish.


Location: 30 Raffles Ave, Singapore 039803

Timing: Thurs - Sun  3.00 PM - 10.00 Pm Closed on Mon - Wed
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02

Mount Faber Park

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One of the oldest parks in Singapore, Mount Faber Park is one of the most romantic places in Singapore for couples who love  to spend some quality time amidst thick woods and manicured lawns.

The park has several lookout points with telescopes to marvel at the vastness of the terrain. Couples can birdwatch in the early mornings and evenings, go on nature walks over 40 hectares of forested areas, visit the popular Faber Point and relish delicious food at Faber Peak's hilltop restaurants - Arbora and Dusk.


Location: Junction of Kampong Bahru Road and, Telok Blangah Rd, Singapore 099448
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03

Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve

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This ecological hotspot is a wonderland for spotting mud-land creatures like water monitor lizards and banded archerfish. This rare mangrove forest is also the home to many resident birds like herons and kingfishers, and sunbirds and migratory birds like the pacific golden plover, sandpipers, and asian dowitcher during the months from September to March.

The traversing boardwalks of the park amidst the thick mangrove trees promise unique backdrops for couple photography making it one of the romantic places in Singapore for shutterbug couples.

Location: Northwest of Singapore

Timing: 07.00 AM - 07.00 Pm Mon-Sun
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04

Sisters’ Islands

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One of the most scenic romantic places in Singapore, Sisters’ Islands are a group of two uninhabited islands - Big Sisters’ Island and Small Sisters’ Island that are popular for their pristine beaches, exotic corals, national park, and thriving marine life.

Once at the marine park, couples can snorkel and swim in the warm azure waters, go on long beach walks, and take lots of beach pictures to freeze their special moments. Couples can reach this hidden destination by taking a ferry from Marina South Pier which costs about 20 bucks per person.

Location: Off the south coast of Singapore

Timing: 07.00 am - 07.00 Pm Mon-Sun
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05

Sentosa Merlion Tower

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The legendary Sentosa Merlion Statue in Singapore is world famous and has become the iconic statue of Singapore. The statue features the mythological creature Merlion which has the head of a lion and the body of a fish.

The statue looks tall and majestic, rising to about 37 metres above ground level. . Inside the merlion tower, tourists can walk up to the head and enjoy the view. The statue has been the ruling photographic spot in Singapore amongst tourists and locals for years now.

Location:  30 Imbiah Rd, Sentosa island, Singapore 099958

Timing: 10.00 AM - 08.00 PM  Mon-Sun; Last admission at 07.30 PM
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06

IFly Singapore

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Offering a simulated skydiving experience, iFly Singapore is one of the adventurous yet romantic places in Singapore that invites couples who love to experience an untamed thrill.

This is an extreme bodyflying sport that gives its guests the thrill and adventure of skydiving yet within the  world's first themed wind tunnel. The center gives you the needed bodyflying suits, safety gears, and even training before the actual skydiving session making this adventure activity completely safe.


Location: 43 Siloso Beach Walk #01-01, 01 iFly Singapore, Singapore 099010

Timing: 11.00 AM - 9.00 PM Mon-Fri and 9.00 AM - 10.00 Sat & Sun
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07

Raffles Marina Lighthouse

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Cozily perched at the end of a pier in a filmy backdrop, the Raffles Marina Lighthouse is one of the romantic places in Singapore that lures couples for pre and post wedding photoshoots. The lighthouse was built in 1994 overlooking the Tuas Second Link and ever since, the lighthouse still retains its rustic and cozy charm.

In the evenings as the sun sets down, the sky gets painted in various shades of orange,red and yellow and the sight of the lighthouse against the beautifully painted sky is undeniably a sight to behold.


Location: 10 Tuas West Dr, Singapore 638404

Timing: 8.00 AM - 10.00 PM Mon-Sun
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08

Universal Studios

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Universal Studios  has been the uncrowned king in the chain of theme parks, and the one in Singapore is no exception. The theme park is categorized into seven themed zones and the 28 rides, meet and greet shows, and attractions here promise a fun-filled day for families, couples, and friends gangs.

Do not miss trying out the world’s tallest dueling roller coasters - Battlestar Galactica: HUMAN vs. CYLON™ that ascertains a stomach flipping thrilling experience. The eateries and restaurants within the theme park call for a separate gastronomic tour.


Location: 8 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore 098269

Timing:
12.00 PM - 7.00 PM Fri-Sun; Closed on other days
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09

Cable Car Dining

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Fancy dining above the skyline of Singapore? If yes, the cable car sky dining experience is just for you. While aboard the Singapore Cable Car on Mount Faber, a well-spread 4-course meal is laid in front of you as you go for three rounds on the cable car.

Couples can enjoy resplendent views of the city's shimmering skyline as they savor a delicious dinner. If you are looking for unique romantic places in Singapore to surprise your loved one, this is your best bet!


Location: Level 2 Faber Peak Singapore, 109 Mount Faber Rd, Singapore 099203

Timing: 05.30 PM - 8.00 PM Mon-Sun
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10

Marina Bay Sands

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One of the poshest romantic places in Singapore, Marina Bay Sands is an integrated hotel that is built overlooking the Marina Bay. Thr rooms and suites here are lavish and are spread across 55 floors.

The rooftop infinity pool at the terrace is the largest in the world. The restaurants and bars here like Bread Street Kitchen by Gordan Ramsay and Black Tap Craft Burgers and Beer have exotic delicacies from celebrity chefs that can get you drooling over this place.

Location: 10 Bayfront Ave, Singapore 018956

Timing: Always open
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11

Gardens by the Bay

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Sprawling over 101 hectares, this nature park is one of the best honeymoon Singapore places to visit by couples who love nature. The park has three waterfront gardens - Bay South Garden, Bay East Garden and Bay Central Garden that are home to more than 1,500,000 plants.

The Flower Dome which has a spectacular flower collection displayed inside a glass greenhouse and the SuperTree Grove that has massive man made trees that are lit at nights are the star attractions here that can melt anyone’s heart.

Location: 18 Marina Gardens Dr, Singapore 018953

Timing: 5.00 AM - 2.00 AM Mon-Sun
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12

Sentosa Island

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One of the most-visited honeymoon Singapore places to visit, Sentosa Island is a complete tourist destination that has several beautiful beaches, fun-filled theme parks and water parks, a plethora of adventure activities, countless upscale hotels and resorts, and hundreds of restaurants and bars that serve scrumptious Singapore and international cuisine.

A full day pass to Sentosa is the best way to explore the attractions of the island like Fort Siloso, Fort Siloso Skywalk, Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom and many others.


Location: Off the southern coast

Timings: Always open
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13

Singapore Botanic Gardens

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This 162 year old tropical garden is one of the best honeymoon Singapore places to visit that is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The garden sprawls over 82 hectares and boasts of more than 10,000 species of flora.

The national Orchid garden within the park has an astounding collection of native and hybrid orchids and is a major reason on how Singapore has been the largest exporter of orchids. The Palm Valley within the Singapore Botanic Gardens is a great spot for couples to picnic.


Location: 1 Cluny Rd, Singapore 259569

Timing: 5.00 am - 12.00 AM mon-Sun
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14

St. John's Island

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This tropical island is the largest of Singapore's Southern Islands that brims with unspoilt beauty making it one of the most romantic honeymoon Singapore places to visit. This leastly explored island can be reached by a boat and has a handful of resorts to stay and explore its beauty.

The azure and blue waters along the white sanded coast here is fringed by tropical woods and is a perfect beach honeymoon destination. Couples to the island can enjoy activities like snorkeling, swimming, nature walks, and long beach strolls.


Location: 6.5 km south of the main island of Singapore

Timing: Always open
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CE LA VI - The Rooftop Dining

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This rooftop restaurant and bar perche on the 57th floor of MArina Bay Sands promises the tru sky dining experience. The views from the 57th floor are soul-stirring and the restaurant serves exotic contemporary Asian dishes that are carefully cooked to perfection by master chefs.

If budget is not a constraint, the SkyLounge here is one of the finest honeymoon Singapore places to visit to spend an amusing evening with your partner.


Location: 57th floor, Marina Bay Sands

Restaurant Timing: 5.30 PM - 10.30 PM Mon-Sat; 4.00 PM - 9.00 PM on Sunday; Wednesday Breezy Brunch - 12.00 PM to 3.00 PM
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Singapore River Cruise

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Preserving the heritage of Singapore yet having all the modern facilities, the bumboat river cruising is a great way to marvel at the city's attractions from the cruise. Jetties stretch from Boat Quay to Fullerton and particularly in the evenings, the pleasant breezy winds and the shimmering skyline of Singapore makes the ride worth every penny.

The Laser Show Cruise that happens in the evenings at 07.30 PM and 08.30 PM is a happy feast to the eyes.


Location: 30 Merchant Rd, Singapore 058282

Timing: 9.00 am - 11.00 AM Mon-Sun
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17

Esplanade Roof Garden

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Lauded as one of the romantic places in Singapore, the lush green lawns and shrubs at the rooftop and the laid back vibes of the Esplanade Roof Garden make it a great spot to spend a lot of quality time with your loved one under the blanket of sky doing nothing but just getting yourself lost in the beauty of the city around as it gets lively. 

Entry to Esplanade Roof Garden is completely free and couples can enjoy amazing photoshoots at this signature attraction.

Location: 8 Raffles Ave, Singapore 039802

Timing: 10.00 am - 9.00 PM Mon-Sun
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18

1-Altitude

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1-Altitude is Singapore’s pioneer multi-concept dining and lifestyle destination that is the home to the world’s Highest Alfresco Lounge and promises out-of-the-world fine dining experience and endless night entertainment under one roof.

The Upper Viewing Gallery here is the highest in Singapore that is perched about 282 metres above sea level and has prime 360 degree views of the cityscape. Party loving couples  must definitely include this place in their list of honeymoon Singapore places to visit.


Location: 1 Raffles Place, 048616, Singapore 048616

Timing: 05.30 - 10.30 PM Mon - Fri; 4.30 - 10.30 PM Sat; 03.00 - 10.30 PM Sun
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19

Coney Island Park

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Luring traveling from far and wide, this island park is an ecological hotspot that has coastal forests, grasslands, mangroves, and casuarina woodlands within its premises. The park is home to about 80 species of birds and spotting the exotic ones like Baaya Weavers and Oriental Magpie Robin amidst the dense canopy of trees is a delightful experience.

The best time to visit this park is during June, November, and December when two-hour guided walks are organized on selected Saturday mornings.


Location:  Punggol Promenade Nature Walk, Singapore 829325

Timing: 07.00 AM - 07.00 PM Mon-Sun
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20

S.E.A. Aquarium

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This is the world's largest aquarium where nearly 100,000 marine animals of over 1,000 species of rare manta rays, goliath grouper and napoleon wrasse thrive and flourish. There are more than 20 sharks here and touching them from the sealed glass windows offer a lifetime experience. The other multi-sensory exhibits displayed at the museum guarantee an exhilarating experience.

Location: S.E.A. Aquarium8, Sentosa Getaway, resorts World Sentosa, Sentosa Island, Singapore

Timing: 10.00 AM - 07.00 PM Mon-Sun
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21

Night Safari Nocturnal Wildlife Park

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Located in the Upper Seletar Reservoir, Night Safari Nocturnal Wildlife Park is the world's first nocturnal wildlife park where tourists can explore the wilderness of the park after the sun sets. You can explore the park with night safaris or go on guided walking tours and spot the animals in the open air zoo which has about 2500 creatures of the night.

The tram safari lets you spot these creatures at a closer shot and watching them roaming wild in the twilight hours is indeed an outlandish experience.

Location:  80 Mandai Lake Road, Singapore 729826.

Timing: 07.30 PM - 12.00AM Mon-Sun

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22

River Safari Singapore

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Perched cozily between the Singapore Zoo and the Night Safari, this river-themed zoo in Singapore sprawls 12 hectares of land. Nurturing 400 plant species and over 7,500 aquatic and terrestrial animals within its borders,  visitors can get more insights about the endangered freshwater ecosystem animals that are displayed in themed exhibits that mimic the rivers from all parts of the world.

The boat ride through the exploratory river that meanders through the length and breadth of the park is the star attraction here.


Location: 80 Mandai Lake Rd, Singapore 729826

Timing: 10.00 Am - 07.00 PM Mon-Sun
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23

Pulau Ubin

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Earlier known as Pulau Batu Jubin which in Malay means "Granite Stone Island '', Pulau Ubin is a quaint little island away from the hustles and bustles of the mainland Singapore. There are several walking trails traversing through the island that help you explore the lagoons and mangroves of the island.

Tourists to this beautiful island of Pulau Ubin can also camp in campsites like Jelutong Campsite, Maman campsite, or at Endut Senin beach and spend the night amidst virgin Nature here.


Location: North-east coast of Singapore

Timing: Always open
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24

Siloso Beach

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This popular beach on Sentosa Island is actually a sandy cove that is popular for the plethora of activities offered here like skim-boarding, kayaking, cycling, rollerblading, and surfing. As the sun sets, Siloso Beach gets draped in a party vibe with lively bars, restaurants serving delicious seafood, and endless music everywhere.

Couples who like to keep their party spirits high on a beach honeymoon will find Siloso Beach one of the most romantic places in Singapore.

Location: Sentosa Island

Timing: Always open
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Tanjong Beach

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Looking like a scene from Disney beach movies, Tanjong Beach looks spellbindingly beautiful with palm-fringed golden sands. The Beach Club here is the primary attraction here that has the best food, bar, and lounge.

At night, the beach looks magically beautiful with the shimmering lights of the passing ships against the star-studded black skies. For couples who seek tranquility and privacy, Tanjong beach is one of the best honeymoon Singapore places to visit.


Location: Sentosa Island

Timing: Mon-Thurs all day; Fri - Closes 10 PM; Weekends and public holidays - 8.00 AM -7.00 PM
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  1. What are the best things to do in Singapore for Couples?

    1. Candlelight dinner at Singapore Flyer: Singapore Flyer is Asia's largest observation wheel and one of the enthralling honeymoon Singapore places to visit. As the wheel rotates in a slow pace, couples can enjoy a lavish 4-course dinner in the air-conditioned glass capsule. The shimmering skyline of Singapore spices up the mood with a romantic twist.

    2. Cable car dinner: Offering a luxurious dining experience, a dinner date at the cable car with your loved one is something that couples cannot afford to miss while holidaying in Singapore.

    3. Stroll along Changi Point Coastal Walk: Changi Boardwalk is one of the offbeat romantic places in Singapore and a walk hand-in-hand along this 2.2 km pathway with the sea right in front of you offers a great atmosphere for giggles and whispers.

    4. Evening date Gardens by the Bay: Gardens by the Bay has been celebrated as one of the cherished romantic places in Singapore ever since its inception and the carefully manicured gardens and the brightly lit, huge, artificial trees create a magical aura of love here.

    5. Get on the rides together at Universal studios: Universal Studios is one of the no-miss honeymoon Singapore places to visit and has several fun-filled and adventurous rides spread in seven themed zones, greet and meet, and live shows and a cheerful day spent here is sure to get closer!
  2. Which are the best resorts in Singapore for couples?

    1. Marina Bay Sands: This iconic, upscale resort redefines luxury accommodation with opulent rooms spread across 55 floors, a rooftop infinity pool, restaurants and bars from celebrity chefs, and literally everything a traveller can ask for.

    2. D’Resort at Downtown East: Located by the Pasir Ris Beach, D'Resort is Singapore's nature inspired resort that features 387 rooms designed in themes like rainforest, ocean, etc. If you are looking for adventurous water sports, this resort's location is just so idyllic with all these activities in the resort's vicinity.

    3. Siloso Beach Resort, Sentosa: Perched amidst lush greenery, this eco resort is extremely popular for its longest natural spring water swimming pool. The rooms are chic and urban and have amazing views of the rumbling sea. A stay at this resort gives its inmates free access to tram, beach cafes, and shacks.

    4. Swissotel Merchant Court: Featuring 476 posh rooms and suites with all modern amenities, an outdoor jacuzzi, and the famous Ellenborough Market Cafe, this resort by the Clarke Quay if for those who can compromise on luxury.

    5. Capella Singapore: One of the most expensive resorts to stay, Capella Singapore is spread across 30 acres of land and is bordered by the rainforests and South China Sea. The rooms here are outlandish and every room has a dedicated attendant to cater to your needs.
  3. What is the best time to visit Singapore for a honeymoon?

    Being a tropical island, Singapore is a year-round destination and has a relatively stable climate all through the year. However, the peak season is from November to February. If budget is a constraint, you can plan your Singapore honeymoon late-January to June when the prices of hotels and airfares fall sharp.
  4. How to reach Singapore?

    By air: Most of the Indian airports in major cities like Chennai, Bangalore, Mumbai, Kolkata, New Delhi and well connected with Changi Airport in Singapore by daily non-stop flights which takes about 5 and half hours to cover the distance.

    By water: There are several ships that cruise from Indian ports like Mumbai, Cochin, and Chennai that depart to Singapore. It usually takes about 8 days to reach Singapore from Chennai and about 11 days from Mumbai.