Looking for fun things to do in Singapore for couples? While romantic restaurants are always a good bet, sometimes it’s good to switch things up a bit. We know how hard it can be to come up with date ideas, so we’ve put together a list of unique activities you can do with your significant other. These romantic things to do in Singapore cover all types of couples from outdoorsy types to foodies. They’re also great options for those on a staycation or a holiday in Singapore. Whether you’re planning a first date or an anniversary celebration, these couples outings are sure to bring you and your sweetheart closer together.
Spanning 274 metres between two lush green parks, the Henderson Waves bridge is a beautiful structure that mimics the shape of undulating waves. This is the highest pedestrian bridge in Singapore at 36 metres above the ground, so it’s a great spot to soak up views of the city and trees. Grab your partner and stroll along the bridge around sunset time to see the sky fade from pastel shades into deep blue. After dark, the bridge is illuminated in romantic LED lights.
Step back in time to the Roaring Twenties at Atlas, an Art Deco bar that just screams opulence. Step inside and you find a soaring painted ceiling, supple leather banquettes, and a massive bar stocked with over 1,000 types of gin and 250 champagne labels. You and your sweetheart can play Gatsby and Daisy as you sip on craft cocktails and snack on refined bar bites. They also do full lunch and dinner service with dishes like oyster mignonette, steak frites, and luscious panna cotta.
Atlas, 600 Northbridge Road, Parkview Square, Singapore 188778. p. +65 6396 4466. Open Mon – Fri 10am – 12am, Sat 12pm – 12am
Treat your partner (and yourself) to a day of pure bliss with an indulgent couples package at one of Singapore’s serene day spas like ESPA or Aramsa the Garden Spa. These temples of tranquility are perfect for couples who want to get away from it all to rejuvenate the body, mind and soul. Couples’ packages include soothing massages, detoxifying body scrubs, and floral baths. In addition, couples have access to facilities like pools, saunas, and steam rooms.
Aramsa the Garden Spa, 1384 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 1, Bishan Park 2, Singapore 569932. p. +65 6456 6556. Open Mon – Thurs 10am – 10pm, Fri – Sun 10am – 10:30pm
ESPA, 8 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore 098269. p. +65 6577 8880. Open daily 9am – 10pm
If you and your love have been eating way too much delivery lately, it may be time to up your cooking game. A cooking class is a great way to spend some time together, learn something new, and indulge in great food. Here in Singapore there are tons of cooking schools covering everything from Indian to Italian, healthy eats, and sweet treats. It doesn’t matter whether you’re an absolute beginner or a foodie fanatic; the cooking instructors will have you whipping up divine dishes in no time.
Enjoy the great outdoors in style with a luxury glamping trip. Glamping City offers all-inclusive, hassle-free camping experiences in beautiful tents that are outfitted with modern comforts. The Premium Suite is perfect for couples because it includes a queen-sized bed, 80-inch movie screen, WiFi, and a fairy light pathway leading to the tent for extra ambiance. Fall asleep to the sound of the wind rustling and crickets chirping. The team can also arrange a romantic candlelit dinner on the grass.
Glamping City. p. +65 9651 1114
Nothing says romance like wining and dining your sweetheart onboard a luxury tall ship. The Royal Albatross is a gorgeous 4-masted yacht that offers sunset cruises along Singapore’s coast. The experience starts with aperitifs in the Grand Salon, couples make their way to private tables on the upper deck for a three-course meal. Savour delicious gourmet bites as you glide past Sentosa island, the southern islands, and Singapore’s striking skyline.
Royal Albatross. p. +65 6863 9585.
When most people set out for a beach day in Singapore, they head to Siloso Beach or Palawan Beach on Sentosa Island. However if you want to avoid the crowds, there are plenty of deserted beaches nearby that make for a great romantic day trip. St. John’s Island is just a 15-minute boat ride away and has pretty stretches of sand that you might just get all to yourself. Cross the bridge to tiny Lazarus Island and you’ll find a beautiful white sand beach that fringes clear waters.
The Esplanade Roof Terrace is one of the most popular couple hangout places in Singapore and for good reason. This beautiful green space has lovely manicured lawns and trees, plus incredible views of Marina Bay Sands and the city skyline. Roll out your picnic blanket on the grass or grab one of the seats provided and enjoy a homemade meal or takeaway goodies. As the sun starts to set, you can gaze out at the glittering lights of MBS and the CBD.
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