You can ignite your relationship by setting on an exciting adventure trip around Singapore with your partner, discovering the best dating spots.
Here are the best 7 dating points in Singapore that you cannot miss out visiting on your next visit to this amazing City.
1. Smith Marine Floating Restaurant
Kelong is a thing found rarely now in Singapore after rapid urbanization. It is an offshore wooden platform and Smith Marine Floating Restaurant is one such establishment. You need to take a boat to arrive at the eatery. You can fish for your meal at kelong their “sure-catch” pond. This unconventional exploration is a great date spot.
2. Little Guilin
Little Guilin bears a resemblance to Guilin in Southern China. Surrounded by the picturesque landscape of towering rocks within a serene lake is so surprising, you’d be squealing with delight. This abandoned granite quarry is a situation in Bukit Batok Town Park a short five-minute walk from Bukit Gombak MRT Station.
There are several fine-dining restaurants in Singapore, but authentic kampong-style eateries are almost unheard of these days. Colbar is a hidden old-school café reminiscent of Singapore’s colonial era. It was earlier a canteen for the old British Army Barracks that had to make way for road developments in 2003. You can look forward here to a range of Hainanese-style western food like Pork Chop Chips & Mushroom. You can reach here, taking the train to One North Station and embark on a 16-minute stroll.
4. Quayside Isle
Quayside Isle is located in the enclave of Sentosa Cove to unwind over drinks in one of the marina-front restaurants. Enjoy the scintillating views of the sea and the impressive fleet of yachts as you sashay along Quayside Isle’s boardwalk with your spouse.
5. Henderson Waves Bridge, Singapore
Henderson Waves is Singapore’s tallest pedestrian bridge, standing as tall as 36 meters above the ground. This is a 247-meter long structure connecting Mount Faber Park and Telok Blangah Hill. It is popular for its striking undulating wooden architecture. You will find sheltered seats within its wave-like façade, making it a great hangout spot. Come here at dusk, where light-emitting diodes light up the bridge from 7 pm to 2 am every day.
6. Jurong Frog Farm
This is one of Singapore’s last surviving local farms. This family-owned Jurong Frog Farm is situated in the remote Lim Chua Kang area. It plays a great role in supplying American Bullfrogs to restaurants and markets, free from antibiotics, hormones, and steroids. Frog’s legs are a Singaporean delicacy. You can come here with your partner to visit these free-range amphibians and catch one also.