#HHWTBest2021: 11 Best Romantic Places & Activities To Do In SG with Your Loved Ones


Auli Cinantya •  Nov 26, 2021

Singapore offers many places for every occasion. Whether you want to go on a leisure walk, a picnic with your friends and family, or enjoy a romantic time with your loved ones, you have an abundant choice that you can choose. While there are many options you can pick, we have rounded up our 11 best romantic places and activities you can do in Singapore with your loved ones. 

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Romantic Places In Singapore

1. Changi Point Coastal Walk

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Located tucked away in the corner of Changi Village, Changi Point Coast Walk is the perfect place for a leisure stroll with your loved ones and to enjoy the company of each other. Accompanied by a scenic coastline, the boardwalk consists of six parts and stretches over 2.2km. The trail is made up of a boardwalk, paved path, the beach walk, bunds and kelong. It begins from Changi Creek, stretches to Changi Beach Club, and ends at Changi Point of Loyak Park Connector at Netheravon Road. The scenic view offers serenity from calming water, and you can even spot Johor Baru from here. 

Activities you can do: 

Bring your fishing gear and set it up along one of the boardwalks to enjoy some quality time while fishing together. The boardwalk is open to the public 24 hours, so you can enjoy your time as long as you like here. 

Address: 6 Changi Village Rd, Singapore 509907

 P.S Looking for more adventure? Check out these 9 best things to do while in Changi

2. Mount Faber

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Mount Faber Park offers one of the most beautiful views of Singapore's skyline. Considered one of the oldest parks in Singapore, this park is a part of Southern Ridges, which comprises HotPark, Kent Ridge Park, Telong Blangah Hill Park, and Labrador Nature Reserve. Covered by a secondary rain forest, this place is famous for the locals and tourists.  

Activities you can do:

Aside from enjoying the view from Singapore's second-highest peak, there are a lot of things you can do in Mount Faber Park. Take a ride on the cable car from Mount Faber to Sentosa Island, where you can see the island's beauty from above. Or hike up to Faber Peak, where you will meet the Bell of Happiness that dates back to 1909; it is believed when two people ring it together, they will be blessed with happiness, harmony, and peace. 

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

Contact: +65 6377 9688

3. Botanic Gardens

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Located in central Singapore, the Singapore Botanic Gardens offer pretty scenery perfect for a date or even special occasions! Sprawling over 80 hectares of green space, many themed spaced are worth the visit at this UNESCO World Heritage. From the unique Ginger garden with over 250 species of Ginger in Asia to the beautiful National Orchid Garden where you can find a ray of colourful flower for that perfect picturesque insta-worthy photos. 

Activities you can do: 

Nothing says more romantic than to relax and enjoy each other's company with scenic views. Lay down your mat and prepare for a picnic at the Shaw Foundation Symphony Stage within the Singapore Botanic Garden is a great place to relax amongst the sights and sounds of mother nature! If you prefer a romantic Brunch, The Halia is a Halal eatery where you can dine and enjoy the view. 

Address: 1 Cluny Rd, Singapore 259569

Contact:  +65 6471 7138

P.S. If you are looking for more spots, check out these 16 best picnic spots in Singapore.

4. Gardens By The Bay

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Singapore's most beautiful and famous tourist attraction is definitely on the list! Made of 8 sections, almost half of which are open to the public free of charge. Whether in the morning, afternoon or at night, Gardens By The Bay offers a scenic view all day long. Home to a diverse collection of over 1.5 million plants that hail from every continent, you surely won't get bored visiting this place. 

Activities you can do:

The garden offers many activities that couples can enjoy. Take a hand-in-hand walk and see their beautiful vertical gardens or visit the OCBC Skyway, where you can get a glimpse of a birds-eye view of the massive greenspace. The vast garden is also the perfect place to have a cute picnic together. Don't be too hasty to leave because at night Gardens By The Bay offers the most romantic ambience with its show of colours from the bright lighting and illumination.  

Address: 18 Marina Gardens Dr, Singapore 018953

Contact: +65 6420 6848

P.S Check out other indoor garden in Singapore for your next date ideas

5. Universal Studios Singapore

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The theme park located within Resorts World Sentosa on Sentosa Island offers abundant activities to do. Leave your schedule empty for the rest of the day to fully enjoy all the exciting rides this place has to offer. As the first Universal Studios theme park in Southeast Asia, you surely will have the time of your life after leaving this place. 

Activities you can do:

Want to get closer to your partner? Pump your adrenaline and try one of the many thrill ride USS have to offer. Our suggestion; why not challenge yourself at the Battlestar Galactica Cylon, or see how brave you are at Revenge of the Mummy. 

Address:  8 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore 098269

Contact: +65 6577 8888

P.S Check out these insider tips to have the best time at the Universal Studio Singapore

6. Museums 

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Here's an idea of what you can do for your next date; why not go on a museum-hopping and see the bustling life of Singapore's art and culture scene. Learn some history or indulge yourself in the beauty of the arts. There are many permanent exhibitions where you can learn many things about the art and culture in Singapore. Aside from having an enjoyable time together with your partner, you can also take some pretty pictures in these museums full of dramatic arts!

Activities you can do: 

If you're seeking that perfect Instagram, shot, head down to ArtScience Museum and see the Future World: Where Art Meets Science exhibition. This futuristic and colourful exhibition has been a favourite since it began. If you and your partner have a love for Singapore's history, you can go to Changi Chapel and Museum. The museum spotlights eight permanent galleries, one of which tell the story of the prisoners' life during the Japanese occupation. 

P.S Check out these 7 underrated Museum in Singapore that you should visit! 

7. Marina Bay

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We know you at least have been here, located in the heart of downtown Singapore; the riverside area offers the most stunning attraction. There are a lot of places you can visit, including Gardens By The Bay, Esplanade Theatres On The Bay, and Marina Bay Sands.

Activities you can do: 

Enjoy the magnificent view from above by going to the Esplanade Roof Terrace. Accessible by elevator or escalator from Esplanade Mall, this place is famous for its fantastic date spot. If you want to enjoy the best scenery, you can go after sunrise or just before the sunset! The orange hue painting the sky is a breathtaking view you won't forget. After watching the sunset, stay a bit longer because the night view is no less beautiful. The glimmering city lights of Singapore will give you the perfect romantic scenery. 

P.S Check out our Muslim Friendly guide around Marina Bay 

8. Coney Island

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Located off the northeastern coast of Singapore, did you know Coney Island was once called Pulau Serangoon and owned by the Aw Brothers? The 133-hectare island is ecologically sustainable, with abundant natural elements full of Singapore's flora and fauna. This island is also famous for wedding photoshoots! 

Activities you can do: 

Spend your leisure time cycling with your loved ones. You will get the chance to enjoy the scenery while savouring the time together with your partner. If you don't own a bike, you can always rent a bike at an affordable price at the many bike rental stalls. If you don't feel like cycling, you can always lay your mat and spend your time hanging out at the beach while enjoying the abundant wildlife you will encounter. 

Address: Punggol Promenade Nature Walk, Singapore 829325

Contact: +65 1800 471 7300

P.S Read our ultimate Muslim friendly guide for when you go to Coney Island! 

9. Kampong Glam

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Singapore's Kampong Glam is a popular spot to spend your leisure days. With an abundance of street art and heritage, complete with a wide selection of halal food options making Kampong Glam a favorite place on our list. Did you know that Kampong Gelam ties closely to the history of the Malay community in Singapore? 

Activities you can do: 

If you're a food lover, Kampong Gelam is one of the best places for café hopping. With plenty of hipster cafes in the vicinity able to satisfy your cravings. There will always be a new place to try in the area, so why not devote a day to café-hopping with your favorite person? 

 P.S Check out all the fun things you can see and do while at Kampung Gelam

10. Blair Plain

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If you love history and crave adventure, Blair Plain is the place to go. This small neighborhood tucked in the Tanjong Pagar district is located near Singapore's Chinatown. There are several areas you can explore, from Everton Park, Spottiswoode Park and Kampong Bahru Road. While you're here, what better way to spend your day than learning about various neighborhoods in Blair Plain! This tiny neighborhood is full of hidden gems of history and rich arts. You'll get to see a harmonious mix between the old and the new, merged, offering a picture-perfect scenery. 

Activities you can do: 

Aside from sightseeing and go café hopping, why not take a Peranakan Heritage Tour while you are at Blair Plain. Explore a typical Peranakan residential area with an expert guide where you can also learn a lot of interesting historical facts. Get a glimpse of old Singapore trough the insta-worthy murals located in Blair Plain. You can also experience how a grand Peranakan terraced house would have been like in the 1920s. 

Address: 3 to 57 Blair Road, Singapore 089903, Singapore 089956

P.S Check out other hidden gems & neighborhoods in Singapore here

11. Pasir Ris Park 

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Tucked away in the east of Singapore, this outdoor park is one of the best places to enjoy a scenic and romantic sunset! You can explore the beauty Pasir Ris Park have to offer, such as the carefully preserved six-hectare mangrove forest where you can walk through the multiple trails at Mangrove Boardwalk. There's also a three-storey bird watching tower for you to enjoy the scenery from above and enjoy the best sunset view.

Activities you can do: 

This outdoor park serves you a lot of activities from picnic, barbecue party, cycling, and water sports such as kayaking! Other activities you can do here is glamping, but while glamping is still not operational due to Covid-19 restrictions, why not go on a picnic?  Wondrous Glamping, located in Pasir Ris, offers a perfect picnic package to accompany you and your loved ones! Watch the magnificent golden hue sunset Pasir Ris has to offer while enjoying each other company. 

Address: Along Pasir Ris Central Opposite, MRT Station, Singapore 519639

Contact: +65 1800 471 7300

P.S Searching for more romantic sunset spots in Singapore? Click here!