This Glow-In-The-Dark Path In Singapore Will Make You Feel Like You’re Walking On Stars

Some of you may have heard of or seen pictures of luminous pathways.

Like the dreamy night sky on the ground, similar glow in the dark paths can be found in countries such as Netherlands and Poland.

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Get Nauti In August On Board This Party Ship – The Largest Foam And Water Gun Party At Sea

Party people, if you’re still recovering from your post-Ultra blues, here’s something that will cheer you up!

There’s another party happening very soon, and this one will take you off Singapore island.

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Ready Set Sail is back again, and it’s bigger, better, and more exciting than ever! The first, largest foam and water gun party at sea, this two-day event will be happening on 26 – 27 August.

Some of you may remember 2016’s glorious Poseidon. After a successful maiden voyage, this cruise party will be returning once again, bringing a party experience like no other to those of you who love fun and are always on the hunt for new thrills.

A Beer Carnival On Board

This year, Ready Set Sail will be premiering its first ever beer carnival at sea. Expect games including ping pong, jenga, card games, roulette, and a dunking machine, but with a boozy twist. After all, isn’t everything more fun with a beer?

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After the beer carnival, participate in the largest foam and water gun party at sea!

Have a splashing good time to the beats of renowned DJs in the industry the likes of up-and-coming DJ Yang & Dangerous, who will be spinning to mainstream EDM, bootlegs and mash ups. Groove and dance into the wee hours of the morning to other award-winning guest DJs like Mixmischiefs, Nicolette, Joshua Dillon, Debi, and more!

[caption id="attachment_28200" align="alignnone" width="1511"] DJ Line-up at Ready Set Sail 2017[/caption]

This party promises to be bigger and better than the one before, and everyone on board can look forward to being treated to a unique adventure!

A Priceless Adventure

Wondering what the price tag is on this one-of-a-kind experience? This experience will cost between $45/person (no cabin, 2 beers, all meals) for a normal tier ticket, to $2000/party of 10 if you book yourselves some VVIP tier tickets. As with any cruise, party packages are inclusive of drinks and all meals.

[caption id="attachment_28201" align="aligncenter" width="681"] Early Bird Prices (Valid till 22 July 2017)[/caption]

A cruise party, minus that hefty price tag you’ll find with many others like it, this is the most affordable way to check “cruise party”off your bucket list!

A total experience that begins with you boarding a ship, and literally drifting away from all your problems on shore, you’re bound to have an amazing time drinking, partying, and playing at Ready Set Sail!

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For the best price, purchase your tickets NOW as early bird promotions are now on sale! This window will close on 22nd July 2017, so make sure you book your tickets early to avoid any disappointment!

To purchase tickets to Ready Set Sail 2017, click here. Take note that all ticket prices are not inclusive of a $45 embarkation fee per pax.

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We Tried Glamping For The First Time And It Was As Awesome As It Looks

If you own a Tumblr or a Pinterest account, you’ll probably have seen picture of glamping – large, spacious tents furnished with stylish bedding, cushions, and accessories.

For those of you who are coming across the term ‘glamping’ for the first time, it’s a combination of two words that typically don’t go together: ‘glamourous’ and ‘camping’. Like the term suggests, glamping is camping with a chic twist.

Now, this Instagram-worthy trend is available on our very own Singaporean shores!

With Glamping Society, you won’t have to move a muscle – all the heavy lifting is done for you. Everything is set up nicely for you, so all you have to do is bring your own clothes, toiletries, and entertainment.

Here’s what went down during our 2 day 1 night glamping experience at East Coast Park.

Our 2D1N Experience At East Coast Park

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Because a total of 20 of us were glamping, Glamping Society gladly accommodated our request to have 3 tents. While each of the bell tents can accommodate up to 6 people, we felt that the main tent (the most spacious tent) was big enough to fit 2 or 3 more people comfortably – you just need to bring your own extra sleeping bags.

When we saw the tents fully set up, we were impressed by how pretty it was.

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The plush cushions, fairy lights, buntings, and overall bohemian look provided the perfect setting for hipster Instagram photos that’ll make your friends green with envy. There was even a big flamingo float in the main tent! While it was pretty random, we have to say it made for some pretty cool photos.

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While the two smaller tents didn’t match up to the main tent in terms of decorations, it was still comfy and welcoming with amenities like airbeds, cushions, a fan, a mini bar, and a cute picnic basket.

We were pleasantly surprised by the snacks and chilled drinks provided. Unlike the mini bar of a hotel, you won’t have to pay extra for consuming the goodies they’ve provided. Another treat we didn’t expect was the working fan – a clever touch that ensures it doesn’t get stuffy in the tent!

Thankfully, it wasn’t as hot as we thought it would be. The only thing some of us were really bummed out about was that no towels were provided, so we couldn’t bathe. (Glamping Society has stopped providing towels due to the constant damage.)

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In all, we had a lot of fun barbequing, playing card games, and lounging on the airbeds as we stayed up all night talking.

The location of our tents offered pretty views of the sea and this was the beautiful view we woke up to:

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Taking into consideration factors like comfort, aesthetics, space, amenities, and cleanliness, here’s what we loved, what we didn’t love as much, and a couple of tips for you to keep in mind for your own glamping adventure!

Things We Loved

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What we loved most about our experience had to be the pretty decorations. They made for pretty photos and gave the tents a romantic, cosy atmosphere at night – great for heart to heart sessions with friends and even better for cuddling with your partner!

We also loved that the main tent was spacious enough to fit all 20 of us. A refreshing alternative to a hotel staycation, it was definitely a unique experience for all of us. We also liked that snacks were provided – these came in very handy when we were hungry in the middle of the night!

Things We Didn’t Love As Much

While our experience was great for the most part, we wish the two smaller tents were jazzed up a bit more. A flashlight would have been a handy addition to the amenities, especially since it was quite dark out at night. Another issue we had was that the air beds deflated with time, but at least they provided us with air pumps that made it easy to re-inflate them.

Tips To Make The Best Of Your Glamping Experience

1. Check out the map before deciding where to set up camp

We stayed at Area G, which is very far away from the main hub of East Coast Park.

While this might mean peace and quiet away from crowds, you won’t be able to find any food near you. If you pick this location, make sure you bring plenty of snacks and drinks to avoid going hungry or thirsty!

Also, consider where the public toilets are when picking your tent location. You don’t want to have to walk a distance when you need to take a leak in the middle of the night. So, make sure you check out the map before deciding on where to set up camp to ensure you get the most ideal glamping spot!

2. If you intend to have a BBQ, book pits in areas D and G

If you intend to have a BBQ party while glamping, you can request for your tent(s) to be pitched near certain BBQ pits. Just note that the official camping sites are areas D and G, so be sure to book the BBQ pits in those areas.

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3. Zip up your tents before settling in for the night

If you’re not a fan of bugs, zip up your tents fully before settling in for the night. You don’t want to have to deal with a cockroach entering the tent at 3am in the morning like we did.

4. Bring your own entertainment

While Glamping Society provides plenty of luxurious amenities, you’re in charge of creating your own fun. Bring card games, portable speakers to blast your favourite songs (Glamping Society also no longer provides speakers due to constant damage), a guitar, and good company for a truly fun time!

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In all, we had a blast glamping. The tents were pretty, clean, spacious and sleeping arrangements were comfortable – at least for most of us. A totally unique experience, this is definitely something you should try at least once in your life!

To book a tent for yourself, check out their website here.

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Hilton Garden Inn Opens In S’pore So You Can Live Luxe On A Budget During Your Next Staycay

Hilton Garden Inn opens in Singapore.

It’s the school holidays and what better way to enjoy it than with a luxe staycation?

Hilton Garden Inn, the award-winning, mid-priced hotel brand has finally opened its doors in Singapore.

Located in the heart of Little India, the hotel’s location is a dream come true for foodies. For cheap and good food, head to the nearby Tekka Market for a hearty meal of Indian food. If you are looking for a place to unwind and people-watch, hop over to Jewel Cafe and Bar for brunch. At night, you can even do some shopping at the nearby 24-hour Mustafa centre or have tipple in Clarke Quay.

Features and amenities at Hilton Garden Inn

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If you are feeling peckish, visit the Pavilion Pantry which stocks a selection of fresh and healthy snacks, cold beverages and ready-to-cook meals to keep your hunger at bay. Alternatively, dine at The Garden Grille restaurant which offers local and international favourites from the à la carte menu.

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Contact no.: 6491 0500

Singapore: Asia’s Monte Carlo

Singapore is fast becoming the Monte Carlo of Asia and is often similarly described as the playground for the rich. Just 684 square kilometers in size, Singapore is the smallest country in Southeast Asia and at a mere 2 square kilometers, Monaco is also punching well above its weight. The Asian country shares many characteristics of its European counterpart.

Singapore can boast a low crime rate, a green environment, and an enviable public transportation system. It is considered a great place to live (and in both countries, the life expectancy is over 85 years) as well as work and play, a description that is also attributed to Monaco.

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In the 1970s, the Singapore Tourism Board started marketing the city as a venue for conventions and other organized events to increase occupancy rates. Eventually, occupancy rose as high as 90%, as a result. Singapore’s manufacturing sector is dwindling, but the services industries, which have been encouraged to thrive, have continued to create jobs. The World Bank has dubbed it one of the world’s “easiest places to do business” as there is high transparency, reliability, and a pro-business government. Singapore also increased its attractions within the last 10 years to include a Universal Studios theme park, gaming establishments, and the famed Singapore Flyer, a huge Ferris wheel experience with air-conditioned pods.

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Singapore also enjoys a thriving street racing industry. The Marina Bay Street Circuit even closely resembles Monaco, drivers claim, so enthusiasts compete on a stage that feels right at home. The Singapore Grand Prix is Formula One racing’s original night race, run on a 5.073-kilometer street track through the city’s heart. The race is held at night to avoid the blistering temperatures of the day.

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Singapore, like Monte Carlo, is also famous for its food festivals like the month-long food festival that was born in 1994 and is now an annual event organized by the Singapore Tourism Board. International chefs travel from all over the world to showcase delightful food to suit every palette. Clearly, Singapore is seeking to wrest that title of Image Credit: Wikimedia[/caption]

Singapore also possesses a unique and diverse culture that will help attract the adventurous food lovers to its shores. Modern Singaporean culture (mod-Sin) merges with contemporary dining and is enriched by the Malay, Chinese, Indian, and Western influences.

The safety and cleanliness of the country are comparable to Monte Carlo. Spitting in the street and chewing gum are unheard of. Green spaces are also being created in Singapore, and the country received its first sought-after UNESCO World Heritage nomination for the botanic gardens and

This Boutique Hostel In Tiong Bahru Is Nothing Short Of A Visual Feast

Tiong Bahru is known for a couple of things. Chiefly, brunch. And coffee.

But here’s one other thing you should look out for the next time you’re in the area: COO Hostel, a place that’s nothing short of coo-l. Not only does it look great, it’s affordable too!

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5 Tips For A Cheaper Staycation In Sentosa

When we talk about staycations in Singapore, Sentosa is bound to come to mind. Just imagine: a little beach paradise featuring top-notch restaurants and several five-star hotels, not to mention a superb aquarium and a couple of theme parks – all just minutes away from the mainland to boot.

Seriously, what’s not to love? With all that it has to offer, it’s no wonder that Sentosa remains a top choice for staycations. But as any visitor to Sentosa probably knows, “cheap” things don’t really exist in this tourist hotspot. Indeed, Sentosa is also home to some of the most expensive hotels in the country, with rates that can easily run into the thousands.

Still, don’t be disheartened! Even if you’re on a tighter budget, there are ways of turning that dream of yours into a reality. So if you’d like to know more about how you can have a dream staycay without burning a hole in your wallet, read on!

1. Be flexible, widen your options

If you have a limited budget to work with, then you’ll have to be flexible and realistic. Capella Hotel may be incredibly luxurious and grand, but it comes with a hefty price tag – are you prepared to fork out something like $500-1000 a night? If that doesn’t sit well with you, then why not try another hotel?

Image Credits: Expat Living Singapore

After all, a staycation at Capella is really not the only way to have a great beach holiday! Instead, do consider Mövenpick Heritage Hotel Sentosa (about $200-400/night), Siloso Beach Resort (around $200-300/night) or even Amara Sanctuary Resort Sentosa (from $233/night), all of which are more affordable and just as charming.

If you’re looking for something new, check out these newly launched hotels below by Far East Hospitality!

Family vacationers can stay at the family-friendly Village Hotel Sentosa (from $235/night)! With connecting family rooms, kid-amenities and a mega pool deck, this hotel is designed ideally for young families! The hotel also features many free activities like Family Scavenger Hunts, movie nights by the pool and more!

If a couple’s getaway is what you’re after, visit The Outpost Hotel Sentosa (from $250/night) then. This hotel caters exclusively for adults and features a new concept which allows you to select your own room views and customize your own minibar items! Don’t forget to check out their exclusive rooftop pool, where you can sip on evening cocktails with stunning coastal views as your backdrop.

Image Credits: Far East Hospitality

2. Be on the lookout for deals and promotions

Okay, this one sounds like a no-brainer, but in all honesty – do you know where to look? While places like Groupon occasionally have special staycation deals for some hotels, do check places such as the

Mövenpick Heritage Hotel Onsen Suite Image Credits: Honeycombers
Mövenpick Heritage Hotel Onsen Suite Image Credits: Honeycombers

Some ongoing offers at the moment include the 3D2N Hotel and Multi-Attractions Package, which includes both a hotel stay and 2 adult passes to Adventure Cove Waterpark, S.E.A. Aquarium and Universal Studios Singapore (price from $708), as well as a 3D2N Deluxe Room stay at Siloso Beach Resort, which comes with two full-day adult passes for Universal Studios Singapore (price from $515).

3. If you can, book your room on the hotel’s website directly

Although booking websites such as, Agoda and Expedia have made hotel searching and price comparison more efficient, they tend to be more expensive than simply booking from the hotel website directly as they charge an extra middleman fee. This is despite each website claiming to be the cheapest amongst all.

While the difference is often not a lot, there’s somehow a sense of satisfaction in knowing that you secured the best possible deal. I mean, you clicked on this article to find out how to save money, so every dollar counts in the long run!

Siloso Beach Resort Image Credits: Green City Trips

That being said, these booking websites do have pretty good deals once in a while, so don’t dismiss them entirely. The bottom line is: don’t simply rely on one single website or app when it comes to booking. Keep checking and comparing if you really want to save up!

4) Book early (or earlier)

Again, this one sounds pretty duh, especially since everyone knows that the early bird catches the worm offer. The thing is, as little planning needs to be done for staycations, bookings tend to be more last-minute.

However, in order for you to do steps 1 to 3, you’ll need some time – researching is time-consuming you know! Plus, if you’re eyeing a particular date such as a long weekend or public holiday, chances are that demand for hotel rooms is going to be really high. So if you don’t book early enough and are dead set on that date, you may end up paying significantly more for the same room. Booking early will also mean a higher chance of securing better deals, not to mention getting what you want.

Image Credits: Amara Sanctuary Resort Sentosa

Amara Sanctuary’s advance special, for instance, can help you save up to 30% if you book 30 days in advance. Click

Sofitel Singapore Image Credits: Sofitel Hotels and Resorts
Sofitel Singapore Image Credits: Sofitel Hotels and Resorts

You’re already in a nice room, and since there’s no one else around, the ambience is all the more intimate! No music? Simply bring along some portable speakers or play some chill tunes from your phone. There really isn’t a need to head to the bar (unless that’s really your thing) since the atmosphere’s already perfect.

Lastly, if you are going to BYOB, remember to plan and bring along other staycay essentials! Be it a movie to watch, some junk food to snack the night away, or perhaps even a Durex condom if it’s a staycay with your SO, do make sure you’re well-prepared to have a good time!

And there you have it!

Even though having a staycay at Sentosa isn’t exactly cheap, there’s still quite a bit you can take note of to save some money or at least, make it more worth the price. “Cheap” is relative, but no matter the budget, we’re sure every dollar counts in the long run.

Header image credit: Capella Singapore

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This New Black And White Hotel In Singapore Is A Minimalist’s Dream Come True

Singapore is no stranger to boutique hotels. They’re fun, uniquely designed–a welcomed break from the standard fare you find at more well-established hotel chains.

For those of you who are always on the lookout for somewhere to have a stay-cay with your beau, your gal pals, or even your family, there’s a new player in town, and it’s a minimalist’s dream come true.

Get your cameras and phones ready, ‘cuz we foresee lots of insta-worthy photo opportunities!

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Address: 18 Mosque Street, Singapore
Contact no.: 6326 0430
A Super Insta-Worthy and Trendy Hotel Has Just Opened In Singapore

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A Super Insta-Worthy and Trendy Hotel Has Just Opened In Singapore

Looking for a new place for a quick stay-cay? Look no further than the trendy and very insta-worthy Warehouse Hotel that just opened at Robertson Quay!

The hotel recently opened in January this year, and used to be a heritage building that was built in 1895.

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Venue: 320 Havelock Road, Robertson Quay, Singapore 169628​
Price: ranging from $285 to $545 per night (depending on the room selection)
Reservations: (65) 6828​ 0000

The Most Romantic Dinner + Night Stroll Places In Singapore For A Lovey-Dovey V Day

The most romantic day of the year is upon us! Whether you’re looking to seal the deal, pop the question, or simply treat your special someone to an unforgettable day or night out, where you do it is often as important as the act itself.

Luckily for you, we’ve rounded up 8 of the most romantic locations you can find in Singapore, from the loveliest dinner environments to the most peaceful spots for a post dinner walk.

It’ll be a memorable Valentine’s Day to be etched in your hearts forever.


1. The Disgruntled Brasserie

Twin to The Disgruntled Chef, The Disgruntled Brasserie boasts the original restaurant’s cosy plantation theme.

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Dark greens, hand crafted mirrors, and leather seats come together for a intimate setting.  Its relaxed take on the usual stuffy fine dining allows for a night of open conversation.

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Specially for this Valentine’s Day, The Disgruntled Brasserie is introducing a 6-course Valentine’s Day Set Menu for two–perfect for indulging your loved one this season.

The Disgruntled Brasserie’s Valentine’s Day Set
Venue: The Disgruntled Brasserie’s, 28 Ann Siang Road, Singapore 069708​
Dates: 10 – 13 February 2017 (Both a la carte and set menu available) & 14 February 2017 (Only set menu available at 2 seatings: 5.30pm to 8.15pm OR 8.30pm to 10.30pm)
Price: $88++ per person (inclusive of a glass of Laurent Perrier Brut NV)
Reservations: (65) 6808​ ​2184
2. Tippling Club

Embark on a romantic journey specially made for two tastebuds, with Tippling Club’s eight splendid courses.

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Set to impress, the Valentine’s Day menu celebrates the bar’s highlights such as Razor Clams steeped in a purple garlic soup and a Foie Gras layered in textures of peach and gold.

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Each dish is adorned with exquisite ingredients sourced exclusively to pamper your loved one.

What better place worthier of your love than this world class bar? After all, Tippling Club’s award winning cuisines and cocktails pair almost as well as you two do.

Tippling Club’s Valentine’s Day Dinner
Venue: Tippling Club, 38 Tanjong Pagar Road, Singapore 088461
Date: Tuesday, 14 February 2017
Price: S$340++ per pax for an eight-course dinner
Reservations: (65) 6475 2217
[email protected]
3. Open Door Policy

Open Door Policy puts the ‘heart’ in ‘hearty’ this Valentine’s Day, with a fanfare of cheekily named gluten and dairy free selections, on it’s special menu for the season!

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With dishes like Be Yours First (a medley of warm beetroot, scallop and black oyster), Touch My Sweet ‘Pot (a tummy warming sweet potato soup served with home planted greens), it’s only certain that you’ll win the heart of your one and only more than ever.

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Cool and welcoming, the mix of brick and wood panelling in Open Door Policy gives it a down to earth feel–perfect for honest heart to heart conversation.

Open Door Policy Valentine’s Menu
Venue: Open Door Policy, 19 Yong Siak Street, Singapore 168650
Date: Monday, 13 February 2017 and Tuesday, 14 February 2017
Price: S$80++ per pax; S$148++ per couple
Reservations: (65) 6221 9307
Enquiries: [email protected]

4. Open Farm Community

Paint the perfect backdrop for a romantic night out with lush greenery under a blanket of stars at Open Farm Community.

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The chief chefs forage its edible garden for a farm fresh selection of herbs, fruits and vegetables that make their way into delectable dishes. It’s all both nourishing, and a visual feast.

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Whet your appetite with the smoked citrus cured salmon carpaccio or heirloom tomato salad for the appetizer. Delve into the sumptuous mains of vanilla parsnip risotto or roasted spanish mackerel.

Lastly, let the dessert, black forest with cherry sorbet, be the cherry on top of your perfect date night.

Open Farm Community Valentine’s Day Dinner
Venue: Open Farm Community, 130E Minden Road, Singapore 248819
Date: Tuesday, 14 February 2017
Price: S$80++ per pax for a three-course dinner; S$128++ per pax for a five-course tasting menu
Reservations: (65) 6471 0306
Enquiries: [email protected]
Post-Dinner Walk

1. Singapore Botanic Gardens

Travel back in time and go on a romantic stroll at the Botanic Gardens, which could very well be Singapore’s first ever date spot.

The various nooks and crannies of the park, shrouded by leafy greens and splashes of pretty flowers, offer the perfect backdrop for a secluded V-day rendezvous.

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Some of the most picturesque spots include the Swan Lake Gazebo, the majestic Burmese Banyan tree, and the Bandstand.

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The various food spots in the Gardens–Food For Thought, Blue Bali, Casa Verde and more–are also offering special V-day treats.

Newly-opened The Garage, is also offering a Valentine’s Day Picnic Basket for those looking for a laid-back, nature-filled date.

Singapore Botanic Gardens
Venue: Singapore Botanic Gardens, 1 Cluny Road Singapore 259569
Open: 5am to 12am daily
Tel: 6465 0196
Email: [email protected]

2. Henderson Waves

Take your date to new heights with a trek along along the highest pedestrian bridge in Singapore, the Henderson Waves.

The glowing lights and cosy little alcoves make this gorgeous bridge, cutting across Telok Blangah Hill Park and Mt Faber Park, a pretty sweet spot for a stroll at dusk.

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Enjoy a stunning, bird’s eye view of the the sun setting on the island behind your loved one. For the shutterbugs and nature lovers, keep walking along the Southern Ridges to the Forest Walk and Canopy Walk, to capture the beauty of wild flowers and fauna.

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Feel on top of the world with your other half at this relaxing date spot, a romantic and tranquil getaway from the hustle and bustle of city life.

Henderson Waves Bridge
Address: Henderson Road, Mount Faber Park, 099203
Open: Daily, 24 hours

3. Changi Point Coastal Walk

Chalets and nasi lemak aside, Changi has a beautiful boardwalk most of us aren’t aware of, the Changi Point Coastal Walk.

Nestled at the western end of Changi Point, this quiet two kilometres stretch will take you lovebirds through lush stretches of flora and fauna, and the picture perfect Changi Beach.

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Chill in the cool ocean breeze as you take your romantic over-water stroll, for a dream beach vacation without having to leave our shores.

Earlybirds can catch the sunrise near the start of Boardwalk at Beach Walk, or enjoy the sunset near the end at Sunset Walk.

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You’ll be sure to capture not only the panoramic views all the way to Pulau Ubin, but more importantly, your lover’s heart.

Changi Point Coastal Walk
Address: 6 Changi Village Rd, Singapore 509907
Open: Daily, 24 hours

4. Marina Bay Sands Skypark

Want to truly indulge your partner this Valentine’s Day? Your dream escape awaits at Marina Bay Sands, perhaps Singapore’s most iconic hotel.

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Clink champagne glasses and drink in the beauty of the whole city, or stretch out to sunbathe on a soft poolside lounger.

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Even if you haven’t booked a room, you can still gain access to all the luxurious facilities (except the infinity pool). The Skypark offers various chances for you and your loved one to share cuisines, drinks and make memories against a stunning backdrop of city lights and skyscrapers–all 57 storeys high.

Marina Bay Sands Skypark
Address: 10 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018956
Open: Daily, 9.30am to 7pm
Tel: 6688 8888 (Hotel Reservations) 6688 8826 (Entertainment Ticketing)
Feeling inspired yet? Grab your loved one and head to these sweet spots to stroll, dine and make memories this Valentine’s Day!

Treat them to a lovely dinner, before a quiet evening walk against the setting sun, at any of these romantic places. We promise the experiences you share here will leave you with butterflies in your stomach, in more ways than one.

Also, read 8 Awesome Valentine’s Day Dinner And Gift Ideas For A Truly Special Date