The bustle of Singapore's city often calls for a little bit of quiet later on in the day. One of the ways many of us Singaporeans take a breather from this noise is by watching the sunset! A timeless pastime, Singaporeans are often on the hunt for the best sunset spots in Singapore. Well look no further - here's an ultimate list of all the best sunset spots in Singapore near halal food... Organised by location! Just scroll through the list to find your preferred Singapore sunset spot.
Best Sunset Spots In Singapore
There's an ulu spot in the North that our parents used to visit for dates. And if you're looking for somewhere cool and quiet to head to for a date, you should too! Acting as a way to separate the freshwater of Lower Seletar Reservoir from the saltwater in Johore Strait, this dam is strategically located in an area that's scenic and away from the crowd.
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If you decide to relax along the sides of the dam, then you're in for another beautiful treat. Head there to watch the sunset and catch sights to behold. This is definitely the best way to spend a romantic evening or have a heart to heart talk with your loved one.
Halal Food Nearby:D'Rubinah Eating Place
Seletar Fishing Village
The pandemic has made us uncover so many hidden gems in Singapore, and Seletar Fishing Village is one of them! Known as Singapore's Last Fishing Village, this spot has recently gained popularity not for being a fishing village but for its scenic sunset views ?
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Located near Yishun Dam and along the Lower Seletar Reservoir, the Seletar Fishing Village used to be a secret spot until it was recently discovered by hikers. Do a quick search of the fishing village on the Singapore Hikers Facebook group and you'll be greeted with stunning images that don't look like they are in Singapore.
Halal Food Nearby: D'Rubinah Eating Place,Tenderbest Makcik Tuckshop @ Jalan Kayu
Kranji Reservoir Park
If you'd made a trip to Bollywood Veggies or Hay Dairies and decide to cap off the fulfilling day with a beautiful sunset, then you're in luck. In the area is a wonderful sunset spot that'll catch your breath.
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The sky fills with beautiful hues of blues and orange at Kranji Reservoir Park. An absolute sight to behold.
Halal Food Nearby: Citrus By The Pool,Yassin Kampung @ Marsiling
A hidden gem in the North, this waterfront is known as the meeting point between Singaporeans and Malaysian family members who have missed each other during the pandemic or for halal seafood lovers! Located strategically in view of the sunset, Rasa Istimewa Waterfront Restaurant has some of the best seafood feasts and beautiful sunset views.
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Watch the sun set behind the silhouette of our neighbour as you dine on delicious food - sounds like an amazing deal, ngl.
Halal Food Nearby: Rasa Istimewa Waterfront Restaurant
Lower Seletar Reservoir Park
Known for the wrong things, Yishun can be quite infamous. But for those living in this corner of Northern Singapore, they know what a gem this place is. Yishun has many parks and beautiful sceneries and one of them is Lower Seletar Reservoir!
A nature park filled with lush, green trees, this park is so away from the rest of Singapore that it's serene and quiet. While it may be difficult to get to, you definitely don't have to worry about the crowd here while you watch the sunset!
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Plus, it's got a beach for you to lay a mat out and relax as you watch the yellow and blue swirls of the day turn to night.
Halal Food Nearby: Buey Tahan See-Food, Hei Sushi
Punggol Waterway Park
The Punggol Waterway Park cuts through Punggol Town. Here’s where you can cycle along its winding tracks, admire the waterside view along the promenade and visit the famous, bright red Lorong Halus Bridge.
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The best part? It's home to one of the best sunset views in Singapore! Grab a bike and cycle to this area to enjoy the sunset after a fun day out.
Halal Food Nearby: Buey Tahan See-Food Punggol, Big Fish Small Fish
Marina at Keppel Bay
Located on Keppel Island, Marina at Keppel Bay is the perfect place to enjoy breathtaking views. This waterfront sanctuary in the southern tip of Singapore is also deemed as the most romantic sunset for a wedding location.
Halal food nearby:Boat Noodle at Vivo city
Singapore's St John's, Lazarus, and Kusu Islands (also known as the Southern Islands) have become a popular local tourist spot lately for their pristine beaches, gorgeous blue seas, and quiet atmosphere that enables you to escape from the hustle and bustle of the city (if only for a day!) ? Well, did you know you can experience their beauty in a whole new way with a sunset sail cruise around the Southern Islands?
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The 3-hour cruise departs from the ONE 15 Marina Club on Sentosa at 6.30PM, and begins with a 45-minute cruise around the Southern Islands. You'll actually be able to get off the boat at St John's Island for around 1.5 hours - perfect for enjoying the beautiful beach or even taking a swim. ?
Halal Food Nearby: Grab a bite afterwards at a halal eatery in Sentosa or at Vivocity and Harbourfront Centre.
Mount Faber Park
One of the oldest parks in Singapore, Mount Faber Park has one of the most beautiful views of the city's skyline. The park is part of the Southern Ridges, which also comprises Telok Blangah Hill Park, HortPark, Kent Ridge Park and Labrador Nature Reserve.
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A famous wedding photoshoot spot, this quiet, hidden gem in Singapore has recently been glorified on Tiktok for being Singapore's very own Cameron Highlands. Little is known to the locals about the area, but one thing is for sure: it has amazing scenic sunset views!
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Halal Food Nearby: Wok Hey Orc, Labrador Park
This sunset spot is one rich in history! For stunning views of Singapore's Southern seas, Labrador Park is a tranquil spot for a picnic. Besides having a picnic, you can explore war relics like a WWII Machine Gun Post, 6-inch cannon and more. Or walk along the Berlayer Creek which is one of the two remaining mangroves in southern Singapore. The Bukit Chermin Boardwalk also gives you a panoramic view of the sea.
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Halal Food Nearby:Wok Hey Orc, Labrador Park
Lower Peirce Reservoir Park
Admire the breathtaking views of Singapore’s second-oldest reservoir as you watch the sunset along the Lower Peirce trail. As the park isn’t as crowded as the nearby MacRitchie Reservoir, watching the sunset here will be relaxing.
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When the water is still, you can even admire the sunset's reflection in the water - definitely a feast for your eyes ?
Pasir Ris Park
While Pasir Ris Park is not unknown to the local, little do people know of its sunset! Tucked away in the East of Singapore, you wouldn't expect it to have beautiful sunset sights. Yet it does!
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Halal Food Nearby: Rasa Istimewa @ Pasir Ris
Changi Village is familiar to every eastie in Singapore, but little do people know about Changi Village's Coastal Boardwalk tucked away in a corner of the village. The boardwalk is open to the public 24 hours, and is an easy stroll for anyone of any age. Just make sure to wear a comfortable pair of shoes!
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Watch the sunset here and feast your eyes on calm sea waters as people gather around fishing, spending time with their families and having picnics. Singapore's old kampung spirit can definitely be felt here!
Halal Food Nearby: Changi Village Hawker Centre (selected stalls), 89.7 Supper Club
A popular fishing spot, many come here to enjoy the spectacular sunset views while fishing! Accompanied by sea breezes and beautiful sights, this is definitely one underrated hidden gem that holds beautiful sunsets for you to enjoy.
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Raffles Marina Lighthouse
One of the hidden gems in Singapore, Raffles Marina Lighthouse, offers you a scenic sunset and a glimpse of Malaysia. Only a 10-minute distance from the pier to the lighthouse, dozen of yachts and boats will greet you along your walk.
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Located far away from the usual crowded places, Raffles Marina Lighthouse is also a popular spot for wedding shoots.
Halal food nearby: Brio Singapore
Chinese Garden is located on a separate “island” in the middle of Jurong Lake. The architecture of the buildings, trees and structures are inspired by Chinese influences, built by a Taiwanese architect in 1975.
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The highlights of the Chinese Garden include a Bonsai Garden and the Bai Hong Qiao bridge, which was built in reference to the 17-Arch bridge in Beijing. With such majestic scenery like this, it's hard to believe that you're actually still in Singapore! The sunset here is yet another place that will definitely transport you overseas.
Halal Food Nearby: Fusion Spoon
West Coast Park
This list would not be complete without West Coast Park! Known for its gorgeous sunsets that serve as a beautiful backdrop for ships and boats docking in the harbour.
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If you're going as a family, there are also many playgrounds there for children of all ages to enjoy!
Halal Food Nearby: Kucina Takeaway Kiosk
The amount of sunset spots in Singapore is almost innumerable. Our small island has inevitably been blessed with many spots to catch the sunset! And with halal food nearby to boot, your evenings will be complete. Share this with your loved one so you can end your outings perfectly with sunsets and delicious food!