So, you’ve just tied the knot and are looking for a romantic getaway with your other half. Time to take things up a notch and have your honeymoon in Singapore! As you’re unable to travel overseas, this is the perfect opportunity to uncover More to Singapore with your spouse and try new experiences. To help you out, we’ve come up with this 3D2N Singapore honeymoon itinerary! From romantic staycation spots to exciting activities in Singapore, we’ve got you covered!
Hotel options for your honeymoon
For your honeymoon, we’ve rounded up these hotels with different budgets to suit your needs.
Less than $200: Park Hotel Clarke Quay (from $120)
Looking for a stay with a stunning view of the Singapore River? You’d love Park Hotel Clarke Quay! Unwind in their Superior, Deluxe Room or Executive Suite and enjoy club benefits, or F&B dining credits with their packages on Klook. Their outdoor pool has an adjoining jacuzzi for a relaxing time too!
$200-$400: PARKROYAL COLLECTION Pickering (from $245)
For those of you who want a nature-themed staycation, PARKROYAL COLLECTION Pickering’s got you covered! The hotel has an eco-friendly garden concept inspired by Bali’s paddy fields. Though it’s located in the heart of the city, its lush gardens and waterfalls will make you feel as though you’re in a nature retreat. Besides their stylish Urban, Lifestyle and Signature Rooms, you can enjoy their outdoor infinity pool and jacuzzi too.
Above $400: The Capitol Kempinski Hotel (from $447)
If your idea of a honeymoon is total indulgence, let The Capitol Kempinski whisk you away to a perfect luxurious retreat! Restored from buildings built in the early 1900s, the rooms are elegantly decorated with sleek furnishings. Whether you opt for the Deluxe Room or the Stamford Suite, enjoy spacious rooms with a wealth of amenities like a Nespresso machine, complimentary minibar (soft drinks only) and choice of pillows!
After checking in, start your day by doing some hands-on at a terrarium workshop and rediscovering Singapore's Civic District at night.
Get crafty at a terrarium workshop
If you’re planning to have some plants in your new home, why not sign up for a terrarium workshop? You’ll get to create and design your very own terrarium!
- Sounds like a great bonding activity with your spouse and you get to bring home the handcrafted terrariums too!
Enjoy a romantic dinner with yummy food
- For a lovely dinner with your spouse, you’ll definitely want to have a quiet ambience and of course, good food!
- Located at the Singapore Botanic Gardens, The Halia is perfect for a romantic dinner. Known for their Western-Asian fusion cuisine, here’s where you can delight your taste buds with juicy steaks and hearty seafood dishes.
- Alternatively, you could indulge in a variety of fusion dishes like Smoked Duck Lemak Chilli Padi, Balinese Sambal Lobster and Kung Pao Fish and Chips at Noosh.
- If you’re both adventurous foodies, try unique (and halal!) Brazilian Picanha steaks at the newly-opened Picanhas at Club Street.
- Check out our list of halal romantic restaurantsfor more options!
- Halal status: Halal-certified (The Halia), Muslim-owned (Noosh and Picanhas)
Go on a night walk tour around the Civic District
- There’s something exciting about taking a walk at night in the city and the Civic District Night Walk Tour will make you discover Singapore in a new light.
- The main highlight of the tour is that there’ll be a licensed tour guide who will share more about various landmarks like Fort Canning Park, the Singapore River, Esplanade and more! You’ll also get to enjoy the night view of Singapore, a different perspective from what you might be used to seeing.
It’s Day 2 and it’s time to discover some of Singapore’s heritage precincts where you can learn more about different cultures and find hidden gems. We’ve provided 2 awesome options for you to spend your day!
Option 1: Head east to explore Joo Chiat & Katong
Sign up for an immersive walk on the Joo Chiat/Katong Peranakan Trail
- Go on an interesting trail around the Joo Chiat and Katong neighbourhood to uncover its pre-war shophouses, Insta-worthy murals and learn more about the culture and food of the Peranakans!
- During the 3-hour tour, you’ll get to see how traditional sarong kebaya and beaded shoes are made at Rumah Kim Choo Boutique, as well as the making of popiah skin at Kway Guan Huat Joo Chiat Popiah.
- Halal status: The popiah-making at Kway Guan Huat Joo Chiat Popiah is halal-certified. Do note that the tour also features the making of non-halal items such as Nyonya Rice Dumplings.
Have lunch at Old Bibik’s Peranakan Kitchen
Your visit to Joo Chiat and Katong won’t be complete without savouring some Peranakan fare at Old Bibik’s Peranakan Kitchen!
- Be sure to try some Peranakan favourites like Ayam Buah Keluak, Chinchalok Omelette, Nyonya Curry Chicken and Ayam Pongteh.
- Halal status: Halal-certified
Shop for collectibles at Cat Socrates
- Cat Socrates is so named because it has a resident feline shopkeeper, Zoo-Zoo ?
- Here’s where you can shop for books from local and Asian writers, or bring home locally designed items from home decor to vintage items, kitchenware, fashion accessories and more!
Try your hand at making lipstick
- As your honeymoon is all about trying out new experiences, you’ll want to sign up for a Lipstick Making Workshop in Joo Chiat.
- Using natural ingredients, you’ll get to decide the shape of your lipstick and even choose designs for your lipstick case. The workshop includes making lip balm too.
- Whether you’re gifting it to your spouse or loved ones, this is surely a unique experience that you can’t find elsewhere!
Option 2: Stay in the city and explore Little India
Explore Little India with a guided tour
- Rediscover Little India’s colourful charms by going on A Guided Walking Tour of Little India: Journey of the Senses!
- During the tour, admire IG-worthy spots like the iconic Former House of Tan Teng Niah, vibrant murals and more. You’ll also get to try some Indian snacks & sweets ?
- Be prepared to go on a journey of the senses as you learn about Indian fragrances, spices, architecture and inside stories of Little India.
Have lunch at Tekka Market
- With a wealth of gastronomic options, Tekka Market is the perfect spot for lunch, especially if you’re finding affordable and yummy food!
- Don’t miss the fluffy prata from Prata Saga Sambal Berlada and savour a generous serving of mouthwatering briyani from Yakader, Allaudin’s Briyani or The Royal Dum Briyani ?
- Halal status: All the stalls mentioned above are Muslim-owned.
Craft your own leather products
Credit: Maketh Project on Facebook
- Hands-on activities are a fun way to bond with your other half and you can craft your own leather products from scratchat Maketh Project in Little India.
- Learn the basics of leather-crafting and create your very own leather coin bucket or leather glass case!
- The best part is that you can bring home your handmade items as a lasting memory of your romantic time with your partner
End your second day with a Sunset Dinner Cruise
- After an activity-filled Day 2, time to unwind with a Sunset Dinner Cruise along Singapore’s Southern Straits!
- The cruise will pass by Singapore’s lesser-known islands like Sisters’ Island, St John’s Island, Kusu Island and Lazarus Island.
- You’ll also get to experience the sunset while enjoying a romantic halal-certified dinner prepared by a Chef onboard.
Start your morning with a refreshing walk at Singapore’s famous parks
- Rise and shine, it’s the last day of your Singapore honeymoon!
Disclaimer: This photo was taken before COVID-19.
- Start your day on a positive note by taking a nice stroll at Fort Canning Park or Gardens by the Bay.
- Discover the lesser-known spots such as the beautiful spiral staircase and Bali-inspired Sang Nila Utama Garden at Fort Canning.
Credit: Gardens by the Bay
- Or if you’ve visited the Supertree Groves and Bay East Garden at Gardens by the Bay, head over to the peaceful Serene Garden to see a different side of the Gardens!
End off your honeymoon staycation with either a perfume-making workshop for a relaxing afternoon or a bouldering session to break some sweat.
Option 1: Make your own perfume or essential oils
Credit: Oo La Lab on Facebook
- If you’ve always been fascinated by scents, you can sign up for a perfume or aromatherapy-blending workshop.
- Get behind the scenes to find out what goes into making perfumes and essential oils. You and your spouse can experiment and create your very own scent too!
Option 2: Break a sweat with an indoor bouldering gym experience
- Looking for some adrenaline-pumping action? Burn some calories at Boulder Movement by getting the Couple’s Bouldering Pass!
- Even if you and your partner are completely new to bouldering and rock-climbing, you won’t have to worry as Boulder Movement is a fun and safe environment.
- With various difficulty levels and climbing walls, it’ll be a great challenge and an awesome experience for couples!
Bet you never knew that there’s so much you can do for your honeymoon in Singapore! Beyond uncovering new places and rediscovering familiar ones, there are also plenty of unique activities that you can enjoy with your spouse. To help you out with planning your honeymoon itinerary, Klook is the perfect platformas it has over 1,000 activities - from staycations to tours, workshops and more.This article is brought to you by Klook in collaboration with the SingapoRediscovers campaign.