Planning your honeymoon is one of the most exciting parts of the beginning of your marriage. You get to pick the destination that will help you relieve all the stress from months and months of strenuous wedding preparation.
This journey will mark your first and potentially one of the most memorable experiences as a married couple, so why not make it unique and visit Singapore, one of the most popular destinations in South-East Asia?
The unforgettable cable ride to Mount Faber
Traveling to a new location allows you to take your partner to unforgettable places that you otherwise wouldn’t be able to. If you want to surprise your partner with a once-in-a-lifetime experience, then you need to try out the cable car ride that goes between Mount Faber and Sentosa.
Not only will this 90-minute trip take you on a calm and surreal ride over Singapore, but it comes with a delicious meal, as well. What better way to enjoy your time together than in a unique floating getaway over a romantic meal? And there’s plenty of other things to do once you reach Mount Faber.
The delicious and exotic cuisine scene
If you want to start your marriage with an incredible experience, then you need to explore the culture of Singapore through its cuisine. Stop by Singapore’s Kreta Ayer Wet Market, one of the largest food markets in the world, try out exquisite dishes and immerse yourself in the everyday hustle and bustle of the city.
For those couples who are more adventurous, you really need to try the exotic foods, such as snakes, eels, turtles, and pretty much everything you never thought would make delicious food. If not, there are plenty of mainstream local dishes that will surprise you with both their taste and reasonable prices.
Sit back, relax, then repeat
Being a popular tourist destination, the Lion City makes sure that it offers enough accommodation for everyone, which means that you won’t have any trouble finding hotel rooms in Singapore. You can also find accommodation close to any major attraction you may want to visit, just make sure you book ahead; otherwise, you might lose your spot.
Now, you might not want to stay cooped up in your room, but hotels in Singapore offer incredible spa treatments so set some time aside to relax and enjoy yourselves before you head out to make more memories. It’s important to have some alone time as a couple, so try to use the amenities your accommodation offers.
Visit Gardens by the Bay
Leaving Singapore without visiting Gardens by the Bay is like going to Paris and not visiting the Eiffel Tower – it’s just one of those things you have to experience. This stunning electric biome is home to unique and exotic plants from every single continent, except for Antarctica.
The garden also has a Flower Dome that replicates regions like South Africa and California and a Cloud Forest Dome with 100-feet tall could mountains covered with bromeliads, ferns and orchids. There is also the world’s largest indoor waterfall.
Gardens by the Bay are definitely something you don’t want to miss while visiting Singapore. Bear in mind that the outer sections of the garden are free to visit, whereas the biome with the domes isn’t.
Cruise along the Singapore River
This cruise is among the best experiences you can have in Singapore because you get to see every major part of the city through a whole new perspective. You can either go with a day or night river cruise, just make sure you book tickets in advance because they sell out fast.
Once you board the Singapore’s signature bumboats, you will visit landmarks such as Marina Bay Sands, Singapore Flyer, The Merlion Park, Boat Quay, Asian Civilizations Museum, etc. Our suggestion would be to go on both day and night cruises so you can witness two equally beautiful sides of Singapore.
There are many more places to visit in Singapore, such as Changi Point Coastal Walk, which is probably one of the most romantic places in Singapore. You can also visit Bukit Batok Town Park for a honeymoon selfie, play with dolphins at St. John’s Island, stroll through the Botanic Gardens, bask in the sun at the Beaches of Sentosa… the list goes on and on. So, if you want to experience something unique and extraordinary on your honeymoon, Singapore is the right place for you.