Couple bonding, honeymoon, getting to know each other deeper or just simply being romantic—these are the possible reasons why couples travel. Unlike regular people who love to be spontaneous on their travel itinerary, couples need to be more specific. They have to find place where they are sure should help enhance the relationship that they have. Singapore goers who are couples need not to worry where to go because Singapore has a lot of places for them.
Witness Singapore’s panoramic view holding hands while riding the famous Singapore Flyer. It is best that couples ride here when it’s getting dark for them to experience the romantic feels the city lights and the lights of the flyer. Be on the same height as the Singapore Flyer at the Esplanade Roof Garden. Enjoy healthy meal on a very cosy garden like restaurant while viewing the cityscape including the Marina Bay Sands, One Fullerton and the Fullerton River.
Les Bounchons and Palais Renaissance
After alluring your eyes with breathtaking sceneries, fill your tummies together by grabbing meals in Singapore’s best restaurant for couples. Steaks which will make you think of Paris, the most romantic place in the world, are served in medium rare and well done at Les Bounchons. Be brought back in time just like in the romantic film Time Traveller’s Wife at Palais Renaissance, which architecture superbly mimics the Renaissance period. Singapore is the country where different cultures meat, so at every corner, restaurants serving authentic dishes from different countries can be found. Explore with your partner, and have your most memorable food trip at Singapore.
The Jewel Box at Mt. Faber
When relaxation and quiet time together are what you and your partner are seeking, The Jewel Box at Mt. Faber Road is a good place. It has a swimming pool, an indoor restaurant, spa and suites. On a more exquisite swimming experience, you may also visit Ku De Ta at Marina Bay Sands where infinity pools are offered. Swim while overlooking the cityscape. Hold hands and give each other assuring kisses while witnessing the playful figures and colours made by the Marina Bay Sands Water and Lights Show.