101 Date Ideas in Singapore that are Cheap yet Special
Singapore might be a small island, but there are tons of couples like you (and you), constantly looking for the best dating activities to do with your significant partner. We get it, living in an urban city it feels like you’ve done everything there is to do with your significant other. That is why we have created the ultimate guide (categorized under different kind of events that fit you the most) – here are 101 unique dating activities that you can go on with your significant other here in sunny Singapore!
For the Art-venturous couples
Painting on T-Shirts & Tote Bags From Home
Want to create something special and memorable together with your other half? Streaks n Strokes has just the thing for you lovebirds! They offer DIY Couple Painting Kits, so you and your loved one can paint on T-shirts and tote bags (rather than the usual canvas) from the comfort of your home. After painting to your hearts content, you both get to flaunt matching couple wear on future dates!
New to art and don’t have the confidence to get started on your own? No problem. You can catch their free fun on fabric painting classes on their website to paint your perfect masterpiece with the help of their art instructor. Not only is painting from home a great way to spend quality time together, you can even swap your creations with each other as gifts. Cosy, fun, and budget-friendly – what could be a better date idea than this?
Streaks n Strokes
Phone Number: 8587 8884
Customized leather products
If both of you are fans of artisanal goods, this is the perfect activity to do. The General Co is an original store that consists of new generation craftsmen and artisans that are committed to offer luxury craft services from individuals to organisations and companies. Currently they are offering a variety of workshops, mostly consisting of leathercraft. There you will be able to construct your own personalized coin pouch, cord organiser and cardholder. Prices starts from $79 per pax.
The General Co
Address: 115 King George’s Ave, Singapore 208561
Phone Number: 6293 0461
For the couples who live to eat, cooking classes should be a fantastic activity. If either of you are not fans of getting yourself reeking in oiliness, baking classes is an easier option. BakinCalf’s mission is to teach others how to bake delicious, wholesome cakes that are customized yet not compromised on quality. Classes are released on a monthly basis, which are updated often. At the time of writing (June 2019), BakinCalf is offering a 1 day cake baking class, where you can bake your very own sponge, vanilla and chococlate cake. Prices start at $160 per pax.
Address: Block 257 Yishun Singapore 760257
Phone: 9068 4756
Latte Art Workshop
Life in Singapore can be stressful, especially without the daily cup of Joe. If you appreciate the visuals of coffee art as much as the taste of coffee, then give latte art a try! Cafes around Singapore are offering workshops that teach the fundamentals of coffee making and milk frothing. Prices vary, with the cheapest starting from $100 / person (for 2 hours) by Oriole Coffee.
Oriole Coffee + Bar
Opening Hours: Sun to Thu & PH, 8am – 11pm, Fri, Sat & Eve of PH, 8am – 12am
Address: 96 Somerset Rd, #01-01 Pan Pacific Serviced Suites, Singapore 238163
Phone Number: 6238 8348
In the era where being old-school constitutes as being a hipster, knitting is no longer reserved for the crazy cat ladies. Wish I Were Stitching adopts a free-and-easy approach for their workshops, where you can pick your desired activity and set your own preferred dates and times. Furthermore, upon completion of the workshop, the craft tools are free to keep. Each workshop is 1.5hrs, with prices ranging from $38 to $75 depending on which session you chose.
Wish I Were Stitching (Craft Studio & Needlework Supplies)
Opening Hours: Closed on Mondays. Tuesday, Saturday, Sunday & PH: 12 pm to 6 pm, Wednesday – Friday: 12pm to 6pm.
Address: Unit 03-12A LTC Building B, 12 Arumugam Road, Singapore 409958
Phone Number: 6841 4380
If you and your partner can’t wait to have a sip of your favourite Margarita before night falls, how about learning how to concoct one yourself? DrinkDings the mobilebar seeks to offer their assistance to any bartenders wannabe. Classes are conducted regularly based on demand, so do contact them if wanna impress your partner with some dope bartending skills!
Address: 76 Playfair Road #01-02, LHK2 Building, Singapore 367996
Phone Number: 9339 4390 / 6284 4727
Music Jamming (nope it’s not Karaoke)
For those that are wondering what is the difference between music jamming and Karaoke, this is probably not the activity for you. However, if you two are musical lovebirds, consider making some noise at this one of a kind studio? Music that is played in the studio is fed into a computer and then sent back live via headphones, allowing the studio to be noise-free. If you and your partner is thinking of creating a song for your relationship but is afraid of poeple on the outside judging, you know which studio to go! Price: $10.50/hr (weekday); $12.00/hr (weekend)
Silent Studio Library@esplanade
Opening Hours: Monday – Sunday: 11:00 AM – 09:00 PM. Closed on public holidays.
Address: 8 Raffles Ave, Singapore 039802
Phone Number: 9339 4390 / 6284 4727
Instagram Photo Trail
For the true blue hipsters who are into photography, Singapore Instagram is a community of Singapore Instagrammers who meet up regularly to take photos of the island’s scenic beauty. They regularly hold events such as Instameets and Photowalks, and are usually free. So if you and your partner are avid photographers, make sure you check out their facebook page and mark those dates down!
Get your mind-blown at the ArtScience musuem
Unveiled in 2011, the ArtScience museum at Marina Bay Sands showcases a combination of art and science to create mindblowing exhibits. Other than one single permament exhibition (Futureworld), the ArtScience museum regularly changes its line-up of major international touring exhibitions (such as Marvel Studios: Ten Years of Heroes exhibition).
Ticket prices start from $16 is you are buying a local adult ticket, $12 for local concession (Semiors/ Students/ PWDs) ticket for a single exhibition.
Groove to the sound of music at the Esplanade
If you enjoy homegrown music groups and free concerts, then why not check out beautiful Sunday? Held once a month on a Sunday, the esplanade conducts a series of free-of-charge concerts for the public to enjoy in the Concert Hall. Check out their websites monthly to see the groups that will be performing. If your alma mater’s symphony band is performing, remember to lend them your support!
Concerts at the Esplanade
Address: 1 Esplanade Dr, Singapore 038981
Phone Number: 6828 8377
Art-gazing at ION Orchard
Yup, there is indeed an art gallery within ION Orchard. In order to provide an integrated mall experience, ION Orchard chose to focus on modern contemporary art and design, multi-media and digital art to distinguish itself from the rest of the landmark malls. Similar to the ArtScience museum, ION Art gallery has a permament exhibition, as well as rotating international exhibitions. If you do not want to spend too much money, rejoice as ION Art Gallery is free to enter. For the avid shoppers, do visit the gallery first before you run out of energy!
ION Art Gallery
Opening Hours: 10am – 10pm daily
Address: 2 Orchard Turn, Singapore 238801 (ION Orchard – level 4 next to lobby A)
Phone Number: 6238 8228
Bind your own leather notebook
Bynd Artisan offers an experiential retail concept that personalises paper and leather goods. Head into any of their ateliers, and you will be able to create your own personalised notebooks on the spot and watch how they create it live. Bynd Artisan has multiple workshops available from leather crafting to calligraphy and bookbinding. Prices start at $78 for a basic leather notebook making workshop.
For the Budget-friendly
Get enchanted by Chinese Folklore
Way before Universal Studios Singapore and Xscape Theme Park (you heard that right milennials), there was Haw Par Villa. Formerly known as the Tiger Balm Garden, it is a cultural park built by Aw Boon Haw (founder of tiger balm) as a gift for his brother Aw Boon Par.
After years of redevelopment, Haw Par Villa is now Singapore’s largest outdoor art gallery that features chinese mythology. The most famous attraction within the gardens is defintely the Ten Courts of Hell, which features the different levels of hell sinners would go and receive their judgemeent based on their sins committed. Their almost life-like statues and dioramas are bound to send chills down your spine. Admission is free.
Haw Par Villa
Opening Hours: 9.00am – 10.00pm (last entry 9.30pm) Ten Courts of Hell: 9.00am – 9.30pm (last entry 9.15pm)
Open daily, including weekends and Public Holidays
Address: 262 Pasir Panjang Rd, Sinsgapore 118628
Have a picnic overlooking the sea
The Marina Barrage is a 3-in-1: it provides water supply, flood control and is also a lifestyle attraction. Officially opened in 2008, this fifteenth reservoir has a gorgeous rooftop park that offers a 360 view of the city’s skyline. Situated right by the sea means that rooftop garden will never be short of sea-breeze, making picnics and kite flying ideal activities. The Marina Barrage is also a 15 minute walk away from Gardens by the Bay, so you could always end the night at the Supertree Grove after a cosy picnic with your partner. Admission is free.
Opening Hours: Public areas are open 24/7
Address: 8 Marina Gardens Dr, Singapore 018951
Wake up and smell the roses
In Singapore’s oldest garden! This recreational garden was established in 1858 by the Agri-Horticulutral Society, which now holds the world’s largest orchid display, with over 60,000 orchid plants. A popular spot for locals and tourists, there are actually 6 lesser-known gardens within the area: Ginger Garden, Healing Garden, Evolution Garden, Fragrant Garden, Foilage Garden, Heritage Garden. While they are all different in diversity, they are very capable of showcasing each garden’s charisma. So, if you two lovely people are great nature lovers, i’d suggest you bring a fancy picnic mat, a basket full of scrumptious food and spend a refreshing afteroon right by the Swan Lake. Admission is free.
Singapore Botanic Gardens
Opening Hours: 5am – 12am daily
Address: 1 Cluny Rd, Singapore 259569
Go on a great escape from the mainland
If you are not caught up on the news, the solitary cow that has been roaming around the island has unfortunately died back in 2016. However, that is not going to change the fact that Coney Island is still a great place for a quiet getaway! No passport, planes or ferries needed, all you got to do is to take a bus from Punggol interchange. Raw and untouched, Coney Island feels like a world away from urbanity.
Opening Hours: 7am – 7pm
How to get there: From Punggol interchange, take bus 84 to Punggol Point Park/Punggol Settlement. Walk about 500m east along the Punggol Promenade Nature Walk to get to Coney Island Park West Entrance.
Shop, explore, take memorable photographs at Jewel Changi Airport
If you haven’t been to Jewel already, quit hiding under your rock! Now that the 14,000sq metre Canopy Park has opened, you can be sure to spend your whole day shopping, dining and jumping around on the 250m long bouncing sky net. If you and your partner has yet to try out the long awaited A&W fast food resturant, do give it a try! It’s opened 24/7, so find an apppriate timing, and i promise, it will be worth the wait! Jewel has also tons of retail shops all around the building, with one-of-a-kind ones such as the first Pokemon centre in Singapore. Those cute plushies Pikachus will no doubt ignite the flames of shopping within you!
Jewel Changi Airport
Opening Hours: Daily 24/7
Address: 78 Airport Blvd, Singapore 819666
Explore the hidden gem of Sentosa
Ever since Universal Studios Singapore came about in 2011, the image of Sentosa has been synomynous with the giant movie theme park. However Imbiah Lookout offers more, as it is the location that has the most number of attractions on the island. The Merlion, Luge and Madame Tussauds are just a few such attractions on this bustling location! However, if you prefer something that creates a smaller dent in your wallet, why not have a Jumanji-esque adventure on Mount Imbiah? Just wander around the Mount Imbiah Trail and nature walk and you well find some supersized wildlife creatures that roam about the forest of Mount Imbiah.
Sentosa Imbiah Lookout
Address: 42 Imbiah Rd, 099701
How to get there: Take the monorail within Sentosa and alight at Imbiah Station
Go Museum hopping for free (exclusive for citizens & PR)
Here’s something that most people would know but if you don’t, here’s the scoop: you don’t have to buy any tickets to enter a number of our museums if you’re a Singaporean / PR! Sans for a couple of limited time exhibitions, most of the exhibits in our museums are permanent and do not require you to buy any tickets.
The National Gallery is an art museum that focuses more on Southeast Asian art as well the Singapore’s cultural relationship with the other Asian cultures. The oldest museum in Singapore, the National Museum of Singapore showcases exhibits that tell the history of Singapore, from national artifacts to digital media. Singapore Arts Museum, like the name suggests, is a fine art museum that display a collection of visual, contemporary art pieces, usually from Asia. The Asian Civilization Museum spezilizes in telling the material history of pan-Asian cultures and civilizations and the development of China, Southeast Asia, South Asia and West Asia.
National Gallery Singapore
Opening Hours: Saturday–Thursday: 10am–7pm, Friday: 10am–9pm
Address: 1 St Andrew’s Rd, Singapore 178957
National Museum of Singapore
Opening Hours: Daily 10am – 7pm
Address: 93 Stamford Rd, Singapore 178897
Singapore Arts Museum
Address: 8 Queen St, Singapore 189555
Asian Civilization Museum
Opening Hours:Daily: 10am – 7PM, Fridays: 10 am – 9 PM
Address: 1 Empress Place, Singapore 179555
Feel the breeze, enjoy the paranomic view from the Duxton’s skybridge
Here’s another hack if you do not wish to spend too much money to view Singapore’s skyline from the top. For just $6 per person (you’ll require your EZ Link card), you will be able to walk around the linked blocks and admire the different faces of the island’s skyline. Do take note there is a quota of 200 people per day, once that quote is filled, the management will not take in any more visitors for the day. If you wanna come, do remember to come early!
Opening Hours: Daily 9am – 9pm
Address: 1G Cantonment Rd, Singapore 085301
Try your luck to sight for any dolphins at Sisters Island
Once upon a time, there were two sisters- Minah and Lina. They were best friends and are just inseparable. One day, Lina was kidnapped by a pirate, who wanted to make the younger sister of the two his wife because of her beauty. Powerless to stop the pirate, Minah decided to swim after the pirate and his ship in a desperate attempt to save her younger sister. Unfortunately, she drowned. Upon seeing that, Lina jumped off the ship in order to save Minah. However, just as she broke into the water, a giant wave crashed and she too, drowned. From the spots where the sisters perished, two islands emerged from underneath and this is how the islands were named.
Sisters island has since developed into a marine park, with guided walks that are conducted free of charge. There have been sightings of wild dolphins roaming around the area since the marine park was commissioned, so do give the park and try!
Sisters’ Islands Marine Park
Opening Hours: Daily 7am to 7pm
How to get there: Take a ferry ride (round trip) from Marina South Pier ($18)
Registration for guided walks
Movies under the stars
Bringing the term ‘Netflix and chill’ back to the 70s, Movie Mob offers free movie screenings in a different location every month. If you are lucky, you might even be able to do watch the movie, 70s style- through a drive-in! But wait, there’s more! Moviemob offers free drinks and popcorn too! Just remember to come early and chope a seat before the space is all filled up.
Spend a day as a volunteer for animals
If you two like to do something for a cause, then why not try to be a volunteer as part of your dates? Animal Lovers League require volunteers regularly for their adoption drives. Duties include setting up and tending of merchandise booths, as well as handling those adorable dogs! Do take note first time volunteers are required to go for an orientation. All orientations will be held on weekends.
Animal Lovers League
Find out what’s on the 55th Level of ION Orchard
Another high view point where you can observe Singapore’s skyline, the ION Sky comes with a catch: you have to spend minimum $20 (within a single reciept) in ION Orchard to exchange for an admission ticket. Well, there are always ways to hack your ways through, all you got to do is to find unsuspecting shoppers who have no use for the receipts…
Opening Hours: Daily from 2pm – 8.30pm
Address: ION Orchard Level 55/56, Take the lift on Level 4 via ION Art (Located near Concierge)
Stroll down Changi Point Boardwalk
The Changi Point Boardwalk (also known as the Changi Point Coastal Walk) is a 2.2km path that stretches along the coastline, it is a familiar sight to any Singaporean male who has gone through national service. Here, you can walk hand-in-hand with your partner from the creek to the beach, past the kelong and into the sunset. If you are planning something romantic for your partner, this might just be a perfect opportunity for you!
Changi Point Coastal Walk
Address: 6 Changi Village Rd, Singapore 509907
Hangout at Esplanade Roof Garden
You might think that on days when there are no performances, esplanade might be a tad boring for you. But have you checked out their roof garden? It’s spacious and cosy, perfect for a picnic.
Esplanade Roof Garden
Opening Hours: Monday – Sunday: 11:00 AM – 09:00 PM. Closed on public holidays.
Address: 8 Raffles Ave, Singapore 039802
Zen out at Jurong Lake Gardens
This is a new, 90-hectare heartland garden that comprises of Lakeside Garden (formerly Jurong Lake Gardens West), Chinese and Japanese Gardens (formerly Jurong Lake Gardens Central) and Garden Promenade (formerly Jurong Lake Gardens East). Although the Chinese and Japanese Gardens are undergoing development, there are still plenty of views to take in (especially Singapore’s largest collection of water lilies)!
Jurong Lake Gardens
Opening hours: Daily 24/7
Address: 1 Chinese Garden Rd, Singapore 619795
Have a day out at Singapore’s own ‘Kampung Zoo’
If you have been disappointed by Farmart centre’s closure, cheer up as there’s another spot where you can get close up with animals (for free)! Located in a slightly less accesible area, The Animal Resort brings about that old-school, kampung vibes as you step foot into the animal sanctuary. Inside, you will get to see some the exotic birds of Singapore, such as the Crown Craen and Cassowary. Don’t forget to check out ‘Pin Number’ , the most famous animal in the resort- he used to particpate in races before retiring due to a sore leg.
The Animal Resort
Opening Hours: Daily from 10am – 5pm
Address: 81 Seletar West Farmway 5, Singapore 798058
For the Sporty
Back to the usual hangout @ East Coast Park
Fish, camp, cycle, skate, barbecue and much more. With the addition of Parkland Green and Marine Cove, dining options have defintitely improved!
East Coast Park
How to get there: Nearest MRT: Bedok MRT station; take a bus 401 from there on weekends which will take you directly to East Coast Park, Else during the weekdays take 197 to Marine Parade Road outside Parkway Parade and walk through the underpass.
Brave the heights at MacRitchie Reservoir
A popular place to hike, MacRitchie Reservoir and its 12-hectare park has plenty of discoveries waiting for you to chance upon. For example, did you know that there is a 40m long boardwalk within the resvoir that is submerged underwater? Bet you didn’t know about that!
How to get there: Nearest MRT: Marymount MRT station; you can either walk (roughly 10 minutes) or take a bus (services 52, 74, 165, 852, 855) to get to the reservoir from Marymount MRT Station.
Have a Forest Adventure!
Forest Adventure is Singapore’s first and only Treetop obstacle course. Zipping across treelines, moving across the trees, this is the perfect acitivity if you are up for an andrenaline rush. Don’t worry if you are afraid of heights, the course has varying difficulties that will ensure that you are used to the intensity of the course before you move on to the harder ones.
Address: Bedok Reservoir Rd
Phone Number: 8100 7420
Look over the ridges at Mt Faber
The silent guardian that towers over Sentosa, Mount Faber is a hill that is full of activities- there are a multitude of dining options that overlooks the central business district, a mural that depicts the transition of the island from the ancient times to its current development. Mount Faber also offers sone lovely treetop walks, such as the 274- metre long Henderson Waves.
Mount Faber Park
How to get there: Nearest MRT: Habourfront. Take bus service 65, 80, 97, 97E.
Plant a flag at the summit of Bukit Timah Hill
Standing at 163 metres, Bukit Timah Hill is Singapore’s highest hill. Due to its height, the hill is substanially cooler than the rest of the island. This makes the trek up significantly easier than the rest of the nature reserves. Other than trekking, do consider biking as the hill is full of pockets and slopes that make cycling all the more adrenaline-inducing.
Bukit Timah Nature Reserve
How to get there: Nearest MRT: Beauty World MRT Station. Take bus service 67, 75, 170, 171, 184, 852, 961.
Enjoy the best of sea and land at Woodlands Waterfront Park
Who says there’s nothing to do in the North? The Woodlands Waterfront Park is a coastal park that featrues a 400-metre refurbished jetty that is always full of avid fishers. If you are fishing adicionados too, why not spend a day there and see if you will get lucky!
Woodlands Waterfront Park
How to get there: Take Bus Service 856 from Yishun Interchange or Woodlands Interchange
Spend a weekend Punggol Waterway Park
Another heartland, manicured park, the Punggol Waterway Park is categorized into four distinct zones with different themes- Green Gallery, Heritage Zone, Nature Cove and Recreation Zone. Green Gallery features the flora and fauna of the park, together with the list of on-going conservation projects. The Heritage Zone features the grove of mature trees and vegetation that have been here since Singapore became what it was today. Chill out and enjoy the scenary over at Nature Cove, and sweat it out at the Recreation Zone.
Punggol Waterway Park
How to get there: Take the LRT from Punggol MRT Station to Damai LRT Station. Walk towards Punggol Road and you will find a path heading to the waterway.
Try unleashing your inner Legolas
If you are all about the adventures of Katniss (Hunger Games) and Robin Hood, then be sure to sign up for this action-packed, ranged combat archery tag game! Combining the elements of archery, dogeball and paintball, Combat Archery uses special foam tipped arrows that can be played in both their indoor or outdoor ranges. Don’t worry about the pain as you shoot out your opponents!
Telephone Number: 9792 9179
Skydive indoors with Ifly
Every wanted to skydive but never had to opportunity to travel overseas to do so? Well guess what? All you have to do is to travel down to Sentosa to try out this extreme sport! Using a vertical wind tunnel, you will be able to expeience true free-fall conditions as though you were falling through the air from 12,000 to 3,000 feet. To top it all, the price of IFly is only a fraction of an actual skydive! Prices start from $69 onwards.
Enjoy a nice afternoon by the water while trying not to capsize
Water sport activities are almost usually reserved exclusively for interests groups such as dragonboaters. But did you know that the amenities at the water sports centre are opened to the public for rental? Pedal bikes, boats, kayaks and more are available for rent at affordable prices (<$20/ adult for 1-2hrs). Just remember to get your sunscreen and shades because it can get really hot!
Water Sports Centre @ Singapore Sports Hub
Address: Water Sports Centre, 8 Stadium Walk, Singapore 397699
Opening Hours: Mondays to Sundays: 7:00AM to 8:00PM; Public Holidays: 7:00AM to 10:00PM
Last Kayak Rental: 5:00PM
Last Pedal Boat Rental: 6:00PM
Relive medieval equestrian practices
Established in 2003, Gallop Stable is Singapore’s biggest riding centre with its 150 horses and ponies, as well as 10 riding arenas. They seek to make horse riding available to everyone by keeping prices affordable to everyone, including the underprivileged. Horseriding activities are rare in Singapore, but they provide tons of memorable experience. Do take note that bookings are required two to three days in advance.
Gallop Stable @ Horsecity
Address: 100 Turf Club Road Singapore 287992
Telephone: 6463 6012
Gallop Stable @ Pasir Ris
Address: 61 Pasir Ris Green Carpark C Singapore 518225
Telephone: 6583 9665
Here’s a little fun fact if you don’t know: a study conducted by NASA reflected that a 10 minute jump on a trampoline is equivalent to a 30 minute run! Amped Trampoline Park prides itself as Singapore’s first trampoline park, with over 5000 square feet of interconnected trampolines. Get your grip socks on, and jump away! Children and adults are all welcomed.
Skate your troubles away at an ice-rink
Singapore’s first and only Olympic-sized ice skating rink, the ice rink is not your average ice rink. They offer a wide range of events and activities, from your normal recreational ice skating to themed events such has Disco Night on Ice. If you don’t know how to skate, have no fear as the rink offers Learn-to-Skate programmes! These courses are taught by certified coaches that ensure proper guidance as you transit from a complete amateur to an advanced learner.
The Rink @JCube
Ever hope that you could surf as cool as the characters you’ve seen in Hawaii Five 0? Wave House Sentosa’s FlowRider is the only surf machine in South Asia that can create that perfect wave. If you are new to surfing, hop on to the Double FlowRider, which creates gentler waves for you and our partner to learn how to be up on your feet. To complete your tropical beach experience, live music and a well stocked bar is accompanied throughout your day as your brave the waves.
Address: 36 Siloso Beach Walk
Telephone Number: 6238 1196
Opening Hours (Flowrider): Mon to Fri: 12:00pm – 9.00pm (Sessions run every hour, last session starts at 8.00pm), Sat, Sun & PH: 11.00am – 9.00pm (Sessions run every hour, last session starts at 8.00pm)
Test your strength and flexibility with aerial acrobatics
Young or old, overweight or fit, yoga is a versatile physical and mental activity that has hooked practioners worldwide for thousands of years. Aerial acrobatics is an activity that brings yoga to another level. It requires strength, flexibility, balance, control, and grace to master. If you and your partner are up to the challenge, consider going to Hale Yoga, which has a bright and spacious studio situated right in the centre of the business district.
Address: Robinson Square, 144 Robinson Road #19-02, Singapore 068908
Opening Hours: Monday – Friday: 7am – 8:30pm, Saturday: 11am – 4:30pm, Sunday: 12pm – 3:30pm
Telephone Number: 6581 3200
Brace against gravity as you attempt to rock climb
If you’re thinking of getting shredded forearms but don’t wish for your partner to pass out from exhaustion carrying all these jars bought for training; rock climbing is the best exercise method to tone not just your forearms, but your core and back muscles as well. SAFRA Yishun hosts the Adventure Sports Centre, where you can scale sports climbing walls as high as 25m and partake in a Canopy Challenge Walk. The outdoors will defintely be a good way for you to bond with your beloved partner!
Safra Adventure Sports Centre
Address: 60 Yishun Avenue 4, Singapore 769027
Opening Hours: Closed on Mondays, Tue to Fri: 1pm – 9.30pm, Weekends & PH: 9am – 5.30pm
Go on a cycling marathon around the island
We might be miles away from the nearest Tour de France but that’s not gonna stop us from riding around the island! Most of the island are now linked together thanks to the park connector network, which allows Singaporeans to cycle from one end of Singapore to another. All you and your partner require are bottles of water, some safety gear, and you are good for a trip around sunny Singapore!
Try out an extreme sport: Cable-skiing
Looking for an adrenaline rush in the water? The Singapore Wake Park is back in action after replacing SKI360 back in 2016. The water park offers state-of-the-art cable systems that makes wakeboarding an easy affair for experts and amateurs alike. Full safety gear is provided, ensuring you safety throughout your wakeboarding experience. There is also a cafe/ bar just beside the water park so that you can have a meal after a satisfactory run by the water.
Singapore Wake Park
Address: 1206A East Coast Parkway, Singapore 449891
Telephone Number: 6442 7318
For the couples who want luxury
Treat yourself to a well deserved staycation
Living in Singapore can get real stressful. You want to have a quick get-away but for reasons because, you cannot go out of the country. So why not a staycation? With so many stunning staycation suggestions to offer, why not pick a place that offers something out of the ordinary. Lloyd’s Inn is a trendy boutique hotel that focuses on providing a minimalistc aesthetic that goes well with natural lighting. Hidden away yet within walking distance of the ever busy Orchard Road, Lloyd’s Inn is far enough for you to get away for a quick breather, yet close enough for you to get back into sights of the bustling city.
Address: 2 Lloyd Rd, Singapore 239091
Telephone Number: 6737 7309
Have a fine dining experience
An American chain established since 1938, Lawry’s the Prime Rib is a fine-dining restaurant that is reveared by Singaporeans. Featuring a posh European inspired atmosphere and French maid waitresses, Lawry’s roast beef cuts are undeniably one of the best meats one could have. Soft, tender and well-flavoured, dipping the Lawry’s prime cut into their creamy mashed potatoes feels nothing but blissfulness.
Lawry’s the Prime Ribs
Address: 333A Orchard Rd, #04-01 Mandarin Gallery, Singapore 238897
Opening Hours: Sun to Thurs: 11.30am – 10pm, Fri & Sat: 11.30am – 10.30pm
Telephone Number: 6836 3333
Outlet shopping in the West
IMM is Singapore’s largest outlet mall, with close to 100 malls within being outlet stores. Located at Jurong East, it is a shopping haven for those living in the west without having to travel all the way to the city central. Expect to see high-end brands such as Coach, Guess and Kate Spade. If you are a sneakerhead, fret not as IMM has tons of outlet brands such as Nike, Adidas and Onitsuka Tiger.
International Merchansing Mart (IMM)
Address: 2 Jurong East Street 21, Singapore 609601
How to get there: From Jurong East MRT Station take the link bridge via Ng Teng Fong General Hospital / Devan Nair Institute
Outlet Shopping in the East
Living in the East has their own perks, but having to head westside in order to shop at outlets is not. Thankfully, there is Changi CIty Point! Albeit a tad smaller than IMM, Changi City Point is renowned for having numerous sporting brands factory outlets, making it the perfect mall to get good quality sportswear. Challenger, a chain of IT retail stores has also established its flagship store in Changi City Point.
Changi City Point
Address: 5 Changi Business Park Central 1, Singapore 486038
How to get there: Nearest MRT Station- Expo
Have a premium movie date
Sometimes movie at the theatre gets boring. Dusty seats, rude audiences, bad experiences. Cathay Cineplexes’ Platinum Suite offers to elimate those nasty variables and replace them with luxurious leather seats and personalised service. Did we mention that there’s a free welcome platter with every ticket?
Platinum Movie Suites @ Cathay Cineplexes
Ever wanted to have a bird’s eye view of Singapore from up and above the skies? Charter a ‘Hummingbird’- a 5-seat light helicopter as it cruises around the island. Whiz past your friend’s house and see them exclaim as they point to the sky- is it a bird? Is it a plane?
Charter a yacht
If the heights are a great deal for you, go to the waters! Spend a private day with your partner out in the sea with a luxury yacht. There are plenty of facilities and amenities available on board, from expansive lounge spaces to fishing rods and even a barbeque grill! With a selection of yacht size that ranges from ten to over hundred people, you could even consider throwing a surprise party for your partner’s birthday!
Telephone Number: 6850 5059
Chill out at Sentosa Beach Club
Ahhh sunny island Singapore. The sun-soaked beaches of Sentosa is a ideal, peaceful hideaway from our busy main island. Tanjong Beach Club, a tropical paradise is lauded as one of the World’s Best Beach Clubs. Get your partner to laze beside you as you get a nice sun tan in the day, and have a carefree, party night as the club brings out its celebration of vibracy when the sun goes down.
Tanjong Beach Club
Address: 120 Tanjong Beach Walk, Sentosa, Singapore 098942
Opening Hours: Mon – Fri 11am – 10pm, Sat, Sun & PH 9am – 10pm
Have a good Champagne Brunch
Having bubbly champagne in the day is defintely the epitome of luxury. Triple Three at Manadarin Orchard Hotel offers a Japanese-esque buffet together with their free-flow Chandon Brut sparkling wine. To top the icing on the cake, Triple Three rotates their specials everyday (dubbed Daily Delights), such as Foie Gras on Tuesdays and Lobsters for the weekends. Truly luxurious.
Triple Three @ Mandarin Orchard Hotel
Address: Triple Three: 333 Orchard Road, Mandarin Orchard Hotel, Level 5, Singapore 238867
Telephone Number: 6737 4411
Party at The Capital
Drink, dance, drunk in Singapore’s best nightclub. Just a friendly PSA, if you drink, don’t drive.
Capital Zouk Singapore
Address: 3C, #02-05 River Valley Rd, The Cannery, 179022
Have some Sunset drinks
1-Altitude is the world’s highest al fresco bar that offers a paranomic 360-degree view of Singapore. Bring your partner here right before sunset, so that you can have a chill out session together and catch a spectacular view of the golden sky. Get high, my friends.
1-Altitude Gallery and Bar
Address: 1 Raffles Place, Singapore 048616
Website for reservation
Gift your partner a massage they deserve
If you and your partner are stressed, hardworking adults, consider spending a day treating and pampering your body well! An oasis of tranqulity, ESPA uses a range of naturally-based therapies that will defintely satisfy your tensed muscles as their experienced staff strive to provide you a out of this world sensory experience. Crystal Steam Room, Hydro-massage, Turkish Hammam if you do not know what they are, here’s a tip- try them out!
Address: 8 Sentosa Gateway, Sentosa Island, Singapore 098269 (Opposite Equarius Hotel)
Telephone Number: 6577 8880
Morning Golfing Date
Wack some balls against Singapore’s iconic skyline. What an experience you will never fore-get.
Marina Bay Gold Course
Address: 80 Rhu Cross #01-01 Singapore 437437
Telephone Number: 6345 7788
Feel the need for speed
An annual event since 2008, the Singapore Grand Prix is considered a world-class enteratainment. Car enthusiast or not, bring your partner along to enjoy a thrilling night as the F1 race karts whiz past your face at more than 300km/h!
Singapore F1 Grand Prix
Create a fragrance that belongs to your partner
Everyone loves a personal scent, especially the ladies. Treat your lady well by bringing her to Oo La Lab, where you can attempt to create a customized frgarance that she likes. This 60 min session will allow you to bring home a 20ml eau de parfum complete with a card indicating your golden mixture so that you can re-order over their website. Now you can be assured that there will always be one fall-back gift you can easily get for all the annivesaries and events that your girl expects to receive. *wink*
Oo La Lab
Address: Delta House #02-04, 2 Alexandra Road, 159919
Telephone Number: 6873 1140
Exclusive experiences with nature’s babies
Tired of all the crowd and noise at the zoo? Have your very own private tour instead! Conducted by a personal guide in a 7-seater limousine buggy, you will get to learn secrets and fun trivia about these lovable animals. Best part, you will be able to plan your own itinerary from the exhibits which you wish to visit, as well as a first hand experience in their animal feeding sessions!
Singapore Zoo Private Buggy Tour
Address: 80 Mandai Lake Rd, 729826
Indulge in some tai tai High Tea moments
Think tender braised pork belly, Nonya curry puffs, thick fluffy Pandan cake topped with assortment of French pastries (sweet Lemon Curd Tarts) and delighful sandwiches (tuffle egg mayo). There’s no need to say much here, just go indulge yourself.
Crossroads Bar at Swissôtel Merchant Court
Address: 20 Merchant Road, Swissôtel Merchant Court, Singapore 058281
Afternoon tea hours: 3pm – 5.30pm (Daily)
Telephone Number: 6239 1848
Rent a supercar
Everyone knows cars are crazy expensive here in Singapore, and supercars such as Ferrari and Lambourghini are defintely impossible luxuries. But what if you could rent and take people out for a joyride? Ultimate Drive currently has 14 exotic cars such as the Lambourghini Huracan and Ferrari California in its fleet as part of their joyrides packages. These packages are time based- select your desired duration and car and start zooming across the streets of Singapore!
Telephone Number: 6688 7997
Dine at possibly the most expensive restaurant in Singapore
Opened by celebrity chef Tetsuya Wakuda, Waku Ghin is a well-decorated restaurant: It is ranked number 2 Miele Asia Top 20 resturants, 39th in the The S.Pellegrino World’s 50 Best Restaurants, and it has been awarded 2 Michelin Stars. Indulge in a 10-course Japanese-European degustation menu that combines the freshest Australian seasonal produce with French culinary arts and Japanese-style presentation. This is the ultimate place to bring your partner to for a celebration of a lifetime.
Address: Level 2 Dining, L2-01 The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, 2 Bayfront Ave, 018956
Telephone Number: 6688 8507
For the adventurous couples
Be a tomb hunter
Are you afraid of the dark? Fear not, this introductry tour around the Bukit Brown Cemetry is actually held in the day. Forget about the sterotypical perception of a creepy, evil looking cemetry. Bukit Brown Hills are actually no longer used as a cemetry but a place of recreation as most of the graves have been exhumed. However, the remaining graves are worthwhile to check out as these tombs provide really interesting insights among the umbrella of chinese cultures and dialects. Did you know you could tell whether the person was a Hokkien or Teochew just by looking at their grave? Call it an interactive history lesson.
Bukit Brown Cemetery Tour
Learn about Singapore’s involvement in the Second World War
The Changi Chapel Museum is dedicated to those (especially prisoners of war) who have gone through World War II. It details their experiences as well as photographs, artworks and artefacts made by the various POWs. The museum is split into five zones (Storyboards, Changi Prison Section, Murals, Wartime Artists and End of War), each highlighting the personal stories on the horrors of WWII, as well as the human spirit that emerged from the difficulties.
Changi Chapel Museum
Address: 1000, Upper Changi Road North, Singapore 507707
Go on a HDB Trail
Punggol is a pristine and somewhat newly established town in Singapore. Gone were its golden kampong days, but the Housing & Development Board has created three trails for people to learn about Punggol’s heritage. Each route is at least 3km in length, so prepare your water bottles!
Discovery, Explorer and Rustic Route by Housing & Development Board
Go on a Heritage Trail
Singapore is a multi-cultural city, so it is for sure that there are lots of ethnic wonders to be explored. Roots is a website that showcases the lists of heritage trails that Singapore has to offer from all parts of the island. They are also categorised into categories; if you and your partners are foodies, the Balestier Heritage Trail is the one to go for.
Roots Heritage Trail
Enjoy an night out in the wild
If you think a day at the Singapore Zoo is not adventurous enough for you, why not spend a wild night with the great beasts of the nights instead? The Safari Adventure Tour is a private tour that is conducted by your own personal guide, coupled with an exclusive elephant feeding session.
Night Safari Adventure Tour
Address: 80 Mandai Lake Road, Singapore 729826
Have an amazing day at Universal Studios
I took the Transformers Ride 5 times in 8 hours. That’s how good it is. You should too.
Universal Studios Singapore
Address: 8 Sentosa Gateway, 098269
How to get there: From VivoCity, proceed to level 3 to board the Sentosa Express. Alight 1 stop later at Resorts World Station.
Explore the wetlands
Fun fact: Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve is Singapore’s first ASEAN Heritage Park! A nature reserve full of biodiversity, it is a site of international importance for migratory birds. Other than native animals such as mudskippers and sunbirds, expect to see diverse flocks of shorebirds such as plovers and sandpipers during the migratory season. Perfect for couples that are fond of nature photography.
Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve
Address: 301 Neo Tiew Cres, Singapore 718925
Opening Hours: 7 am to 7 pm daily (entering or remaining in the nature reserve after 7pm is not allowed)
How to get there: Board SMRT Bus 925 from Kranji MRT Station. Alight at Kranji Reservoir Carpark B. Walk across the road to the Visitor Centre.
Try not to throw up on the Reverse Bungy
If you and your partner are up for extreme activities, head down to Clarke Quay and take on the Gx-5, an extreme swing and trampoline bungy, which shoots you up over 50m at the speed of 120KPH.
G-Max Reverse Bungy
Address: Block E Clarke Quay, Singapore 179024
Telephone Number: 6338 1766
See Singapore from a Trishaw
Other countries might have ponies and tuk-tuks, but Singapore has their own trishaws. Trishaw is as a bicycle with a sidecar and was also a popular mode of public transportation in the 1920s to 1950s. Now a dying trade, Trishaw Uncle is one of the few businesses left that are still committed to bringing Singaporeans and Tourists on a multi-sensory journey.
Booking Hotline: 6337 7111
Have a glimpse into the unknown
While the future is yours to hold, why not try out something new just for fun? Mamatha Ramachandra has been reading Tarot cards at for more than 12 years, defintely making her an expert in tarot reading. Magic and divination might not exist, but there’s no harm taking in some potential life advice!
TARA – Light within
Address: 23A Arab Street, Singapore 199722
Telephone Number: 9749 9287
Take a Singapore E-Scooter Tour
Walking around in this hot city might be tough. So why not have a tour in an e-scooter? This 2-hour tour brings you through Singapore’s history, exploring the origins of Temasek to the fall of Singapore during WWII and finally what it is today. Packages starts fomr $60 onwards.
The Walking Singapore
Have a live action Mario Kart Racing
Put safety straps on. Helmet on. Jump into kart. Rev your engine and zoom away!
The Karting Arena
Address: 200 Turf Club Road, #01-01B, The Grandstand, South Car Park, Singapore, 287994
Opening Hours: Closed on Mondays, Tues to Sun: 10am – 9pm
Telephone Number: 9627 6771
Go on a safer, greener clay shooting session
If you do not know what clay shooting is, it is the art of shooting a firearm at special flying targets, known as clay pigeons. However, using live firearms might not sit well with everyone, so laser clay is an excellent alternative! Laser clay is played with authentic, but de-activated 12-bore shotguns that fire infrared beams at reflective and reusable clays. The system is sound simulated- on fire, a realistic shotgun ‘bang’ is produced and hits are indicated by the sound of breaking clay. If you and your partner has not done this before, do give this a try!
Laser Clay Singapore
Telephone Number: 6779 1031
Bang Bang Bang
Grab your partner and your friends and have a great game of laser tag! Navigate through a maze and shoot down your opponents! Here’s something to think about- would you be able to shoot your partner (even if its just a game) ?
Address: 60A Orchard Road, B1-04/05/06, Singapore 238890
Telephone Number: 6884 4890 / 8375 4143
Become Iron-man (sort of)
Take flight in the sea! Through the use of controlled water pressure, the Ola Jetpack will be able to lift you up to 30 feet in the air! Though the technology of Iron-man is is non-existant as for now, this is certainly the closest you can get to flying!
Address: 46 Siloso Beach Walk, Sentosa, Singapore
How to get there: From VivoCity, proceed to level 3 to board the Sentosa Express. Alight at Beach Station
Give dining in the dark a try
How do you think dining will be like if you could not see or living in total darkness? This is what Nox aims to question as we often take our eyesight for granted. This dining in the dark experience invites you to temporarily surrender your eyesight in exchange for enhancing the rest of your senses and bring you through a dining experience that you have never felt before.
Nox – Dine in the Dark
Check out the Istana
The Istana is one of mystery, for it is the official residence and office of our president, which means citizens like us are usually barred from entering. However, the Istana is open to the public on certain days (usually public holidays), so why not check it out and learn more about this prestige building with your partner? Entry for Singaporeans and permanent residents is free.
Address: 35 Orchard Rd, Singapore 238823
Slow down in laid back Pulau Ubin
Pulau Ubin- the true last kampong of Singapore. Largely untainted from modernity, this 1020 hectare island is a great place for you and your partner if you wish to slow down and enjoy your day. You can choose to either hike or bike your way around the island, though bikes would be recommended as trails can be rather long.
How to get there: Take a bumboat from Changi Point Ferry Terminal, which is near the Changi Village Hawker Centre
For the hipster couples
Spend a night glamping
Glamourous camping, also known as ‘glamping’ seeks to match the experience of a staycation while camping in the nature. While Singapore has no luxurious rainforests or sahara plains, there is East Coast Park, where most of the glamping sites are. For a couple suite, the glamping tent hosts 1 queen sized bed, fairy lights as well as fans and charging ports. If you are planning a surprise for your significant other, they are able to customize the theme accordingly too! Prices start from $170 a night.
Telephone Number: 9651 1114
Check out the buzzing fish market
Have a date before the day starts by checking out Singapore’s own Tsukiji Fish Market! While it is not as globally known, Jurong Fish Market brings about the familiar briny smell of the sea. Let your eyes feast on the various regional catch sich as sting rays, Batang and Toman fish! If you wish to have an expert to guide you, Hai Sia Seafood conducts free walking tours every last Saturday of the month.
Jurong Fishery Port
Address: Fishery Port Rd, 619742
E-mail (for walking tours): firstname.lastname@example.org
Catch (and eat) your own fish!
Ever wanted to catch your own fish? While now you can! Smith Marine is a modern Kelong that offers fresh seafood, a perfect sea-view and an idyllic getaway. Just next to Pulau Ubin, Smith Marine allows you to fish your own meal in their ‘sure-catch’ pond. For $35, you can catch your own fish and have it prepared the way you want (Teochew style, with wine, soya sauce, garlic, ginger or curry). For $15, you could even bring the fish back home!
Reservation Number: 9792 7609
Relieve the 1980s in a concept bar
Insert 1 coin and get transported Back to the Future, where arcade games were the good old days in this themed bar. Don’t want to spoil too much but for the millennials, think of Stranger Things.
Address: 21 Tanjong Pagar Road, #01-05, Singapore 088444
Telephone Number: 9183 6073
Go on a Secret Dining Party
Lolla’s Secret Supper is a guerilla-style private dinner event, held in a secret location disclosed to guests only a few days before the dinner, with a secret chef preparing a secret menu. If you or your partner always can’t decide what to eat, surprise yourselves with a secret dining party! Join their public Facebook group to get selected for the party.
Lolla’s Secret Suppers
Explore old neighborhoods
Neighbourhoods such as Queenstown has come a long way, with such a long heritage, it is now wonder that HDB has created a heritage trail documenting its rich history over the years. Bring along a good camera and start shooting away!
My Queenstown Heritage Trail
Immerse yourself in the most dramatic dinner ever
Think your everyday dinner-date is too plain and boring? Why not be entertained by a restaurant that combines cuisine and staged play? Andsoforth is a pop-up restaurant that brings a sense of mystery to their diners as both the location and menu are not made known to them til the day itself. Once you into the dining premises, the atmosphere changes and depending on the theme, you might just find yourself speaking in another langauge! A reality where food and art collide, Andsoforth is an experience that is worth trying for you and your partner!
Try out Glow in the Dark bowling
It’s almost like bowling in a club, less the expensive drinks and deafening music. Great if you wanna get high from adrenaline and not alcohol!
Address: 5B Guillemard Road, Level 3 Wing Fong Building, Singapore 399685
Telephone Number: 6515 4146, 6816 1998, 9792 9179
A combination of adrenaline, speed and fun, Megaadventure Park has various rope adventure courses that brings you around the forests and beaches of Sentosa Island. The highlight of Megajump will require you to jump from a height of 15 metres, while Megazip will see you soaring 450 metres across like an Eagle! Megaclimb features a 36 treetop obstacle course, where most of them really challenges your sense of balance. Admission for each course are sold separately, starting from $39 onwards.
Megaadventure Park Sentosa
Address: 10A Siloso Beach Walk, Singapore 099008
Opening Hours: 11am-7pm
Telephone Number: 6772 3785
Check out Singapore’s historical temples
Temples are one of the cultural gems in Singapore. Towering architecture, magnificent statues and a display of colours. Each of these Buddhist and Hindu temples represent the rich religious history of Singapore; the Sri Mariamman Temple has been declared a National Monument, while the Sri Krishnan Temple hosts a combination of Hindu and Buddhist altars. Truly a representation of harmony.
Sri Mariamman Temple
Address: 244 South Bridge Road, Singapore 058793
Opening Hours: 7am – 12pm, 6pm – 9pm daily
Kwan Im Thong Hood Cho Temple
Address: 178 Waterloo Street, Singapore 187964
Opening Hours: 6am – 6pm daily
Sri Krishnan Temple
Address: 152 Waterloo Street, Singapore 187961
Opening Hours: 6am – 2.30pm, 5.30pm – 9pm daily
Hang out at St Andrews Cathedral
St Andrew’s Catherdral is an architecture landmark, and also one of the country’s most treasured. Named after the patron saint of Scotland, it is the oldest Anglican house of worship in Singapore and was made a national monument in 1973. Bring you partner along and take a quiet break in the sanctuary amongst the bustling city.
Address: 11 St Andrew’s Rd, Singapore 178959
Go Merlion hunting
Did you know that there are 7 Merlions that are ‘offcially’ recgonized in Singapore? Why not bring your partner on a Merlion hunting trip and track all of them down? Take a picture with each of the Merlions to get some Insta-bragging rights! Here’s one of them to get you started: the Sentosa Merlion!
Chek out Pulau Ubin’s rich ecosystem
Chek Jawa is one of Singapore’s richest ecosystem as it is the cross roads of six major habitats. A wetland teeming with wildlife, did you know that this place was originally slated for redevelopment until a couple of hipsters discovered this secret wonderland? For the nature-lover hipsters, there is a 1.1-kilometre boardwalk along the coast for you to check out the vast marine life.
Chek Jawa Wetlands
Opening Hours: 8.30 am – 6.00 pm
How to get there: Take a ferry to Palau Ubin island. Upon reaching, either trek (about 40mins), cycle or hire a vehicle to get to the Wetlands.
Have a photoshoot at our very own scenic Guilin
Little Guilin got its name due to the granite hills bearing resemblance to the actual Guilin in Guangxi, China. Fun fact- Little Guilin used to be a quarry where Norite, a sturdy type of stone was commonly extracted. Now Little Guilin is a scenic place, with a serene lake and the granite formations over looking it. Definitely a place for some great photoshoots!
Little Guilin – Bukit Batok Nature Town Park
How to get there: From Bukit Batok MRT Station, take bus service 945 for 4 stops and get off at Bukit Batok East Ave 5.
Make some Onsen Tamago in Singapore’s only hot spring
Yup, you heard that right, there is a hot spring park located at the north part of Singapore. The spring is believed by locals to have healing properties, and its water was even bottled commercially and sold before! However, unlike your traditional onsen, the spring water here is channeled through standpipes. If you wish to take a dip, it’s recommended that you bring your own pail. Otherwise, you could make some soft-boiled eggs!
Sembawang Hot Spring
Address: Along Gambas Aevnue
Opening Hours: 7am to 7pm daily
How to get there: Alight at Yishun MRT Station, exit from Exit C. Take buses 858 or 969 from the bus stop (B59079) and alight 4 stops later at Sembawang Road, opp Blk 115B (B57121).
Test your relationship through an Escape Room
Immerse yourself in a completely different environment as you and your partner get your limits tested. Work together, tackle and solve puzzles before the time runs out! Xcape is the first, largest and most popular reality escape room provider in Singapore. They have a variety of storylines available, from thriler to horror and even mystery.
Address: Bugis Village, 161 Rochor Road, Singapore 188436
Telephone Number: 6908 1918
Enter into a rare world of turtles and tortoises
This turtle and tortoise museum is the only museum in Singapore that features over 40 different species and 700 of the said animals. Unlike animals in the zoo, these turtles and tortoises are free to roam around the area, basking in the sun or soaking in the pond. All these turtles and tortoises can be fed as well, all you gotta do is purchase some of the string beans on-site and watch these reptiles clamber over to you!
The Live Turtle & Tortoise Museum
Address: ORTO, 81 Lor Chencharu #01-16, Singapore 769198
How to get there: Alight at Khatib MRT Station, exit from Exit B and continue walking for 10 minutes.
Opening Hours: 10am – 6pm daily