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Honeymoon is a momentous time in a couples life and what better way to commemorate than at lit Singapore. The city never sleeps and has no paucity of romantic tourist spots and adventures to take part in. From stylish hotels in Singapore to scenic gardens, the country is a delight to explore and experience, a wonderful city that helps croon the love newlyweds feel.

The Ritz Carlton Hotel has some excellent pieces of contemporary and modern art from Southeast Asia. There is also Rainer Gross' geometric compositions, a couple of exuberant Andy Warhol and David Hockney's, and several others. The sparkling spectacle of this city sways travelers into an extravagant vacation assured to make honeymoon dreams come true.

best places to visit in singapore

Here are the best places to visit in Singapore for honeymoon.

1. Fort Canning Park


In a lush green space offering scenic views and holding historical significance lies the Fort Canning Park, at the center of the city. It is extolled as one of the most popular spots for couples in Singapore seeking a serene time with a little adventure. Enjoy each other’s company while strolling across the marked trails spotting several notable, vintage buildings en route and end the day by chowing down on treats from local eateries.

These are small places next to one another but have a unique history, especially the lighthouse which was quintessential in the early history of Singapore in guiding ships to port. The history gets more interesting with the second world war and the Japanese Occupation as saboteurs deliberately keep the lighthouse from Japanese use until the end of the war where it is quickly restored.

The Old Hill Street Police Station also has an interesting history with it’s gradual transformation from Assembly rooms, to Singapore’s first jail, to a police station and now a heritage site.

Apart from strolling in the park, walk down the nearby Orchard Road, the top spot for shopping, before dining at the Clarke Quay for a complete day on a Singapore trip.

2. Gardens by the Bay


There are renowned gardens and there are state-of-the-art gardens. Singapore is the place to find the best of the bunch: Gardens by the Bay. One of the top 10 indoor gardens in the world, Gardens by the Bay boasts the burgeon of vegetation amidst contemporary architectural excellence that tourists and especially, couples looking to get lost in their surroundings and each other cannot miss.

A galore of attractive sights are highlighted by the grove of Supertrees, sustainable and stunning, showcasing exotic blooms and native plants proving a perfectly lit pathway to take a romantic stroll with your loved one. This is absolute fantastic place to go and is especially great at night as they often have light shows with lots of colour.

3. Clarke Quay


A lovely, tranquil cruise on the Singapore River at sundown is just the kind of night fun that you want. You can admire the enchanting Singapore skyline along with the bridges and heritage buildings that pass by.

Board a cruise from Clarke Quay to float along the River that serves magnificent views of the amazing Marina Bay Sands, the Merlion spurting water in all its splendour and other equally incredible landmarks sure to impress. Arguably one of the most romantic things to do in Singapore with your partner is to enjoy the breeze while dining under sky-lit skies in a brilliant light show from the river.

Memorable and magical is the cruise guaranteeing a wonderful honeymoon for lovebirds. These two areas are perfect for a night out. Listen to some fabulous music while indulging in some local beers and cocktails. Clarke Quay has classy nightclubs and exciting restaurants. Be sure to check out Harry's Bar in Boat Quay, Singapore's jazz scene.

4. Sentosa


The island a short ride from the center of Singapore city is Sentosa, a breezy, beach landscape that entices people from all walks of life with its paradisaical attractions. Find Ibiza like party music drifting from swanky bars fringing the shores, ready for tourists to jump right in to catch some chill vibes.

Sentosa Island with its fabulous beaches, water park, amusement park and Universal Studios can keep your kiddies occupied for days. Sign up for Singapore tours that include Sentosa Island's many amusements. You won't regret it.

Beaches welcome anyone for a relaxed time with your spouse whereas beach volleyball and water sports at Adventure Cove Waterpark are sure to get your heart racing. Surprise your spouse to taste the bubbles from exhilarating heights at the Singapore Flyer. Tremendous views of the wide expanse of Sentosa and the city of Singapore makes the meal incredibly delectable and your experience mystical.

5. Universal Studios


Adventures at one of the universally famous amusement parks in the world are a gateway to a lovely time with your family and it is more magical with your special someone. Dreams do come true at Universal Studios with an eclectic stream of activities so exciting and wholesome, there is something for everyone.

Board thrilling rides like the Transformers' ride or the Egyptian ride with your spouse for an adrenaline-pumping experience that makes for a perfect bonding moment. The pride of Singapore boasts an array of tasty eateries on top of musical shows and interactive adventures, all super interesting in magnitude and fun.

6. Bukit Timah Nature Reserve


Bukit Timah Nature Reserve is the best place to trek and reach Bukit Timah. You will trek through the rainforest to reach its peak, which is 163-m above the mean sea level. This height makes them accessible by all age groups visiting this nature reserve.

7. Marina Bay


You can view the iconic and landmark towers of Singapore the Marina Bay Sands from Marina Bay. It boasts many other structures, which is based on neo-futurism architecture. This shows how Singapore is developing as one of the most happening places for tourism in Asia. It will be awesome to look it's skylines in the evening with glittering lights. You can also watch the free light show from the top of Marina Bay Sands.

8. Asian Civilisations Museum


Enjoy centuries of Pan-Asian cultural objects at this museum.

9. National Museum of Singapore


This is the old museum in the city. If you want to learn about Singapore via living displays, interactive experiences and theatrical performances, visit this museum.

10. Jurong Bird Park


This is the biggest bird park in all of Asia housing 8,000 birds. The piece de resistance is the tallest man-made waterfall in the world, which roars down from a height of 30 meters.

11. Singapore Zoo


Enjoy admiring thousands of animals in their natural habitat. For kids, there are several educational programs and a petting zoo as well. Plus, they can enjoy breakfast with orangutans, which is a fun highlight at the zoo.

12. Orchard Road


One of the liveliest roads in the city, Orchard Road is one long shopping street filled with malls, departmental stores and retail outlets selling everything from electronic items, music, and fashion to souvenirs. Singapore’s streetscape is photogenic with modern curtain wall glass and aluminum cladding facades at the backdrop.

Every single building along Orchard Road keeps a setback distance from the road with the same and heights of its canopy are in the line. Orchard Road Promenade looks great, with the busker and all modernity on display, and with the people.

13. Night Safari


The Night Safari takes you into the natural habitats of 120 different species of wildlife. The nocturnal zoo is divided into six geographically varied themes, from the Himalayan foothills to the African Savannah. 30% of the animals in the nocturnal zoo are in the endangered list.

Journey from the Himalayan foothills to wild equitorial Africa, this tram ride offers live commentary. Get a chance to come up-close with lions, tigers, tapirs, deer and more! Set in a forest clearing, the Creatures of the Night Show a 20-minute animal presentation will introduce you to nocturnal animals, from the elusive owl to nimble binturongs to intuitive civets.

14. S.E.A. Aquarium


Enter and explore the marine realm of S.E.A. Aquarium, home to more than 100,000 marine animals of over 800 species, across into 49 different habitats, each one as fascinating as the next. It's an experience you won’t forget.

15. MacRitchie Reservoir


This is a great nature hike which circles around the MacRitchie reservoir and has a tree top trail with monkeys. Remember to take plenty of water and don’t feed the monkeys as they will come after you if give them food. Best way to get here is through bus and is a place less touristy and where the locals go to.

Once you reach MacRitchie Reservoir, you will be amazed to take a treetop walk trail. This is an 11-km stretch of hanging bridge with a small walkway path. You will feel like a cross-country hike on this bridge. You can see lush green vegetation and the reservoir. You will feel as if you are walking over the top of the trees. You can see colorful birds sitting on the trees.

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Spellbinding views coupled with an assortment of adventures makes Singapore as one of the best places for travelers to visit. Singapore honeymoon packages cover all the honeymoon favourite spots and travel agents help in optimizing the trip to your preference. Unwrap the world of Singapore and marvel at the metropolitan wonder of one of the most spectacular cities in the world.
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