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Anderson Bridge
Opened since 1910, Anderson Bridge was to replace the congested Cavenagh Bridge as it was unable to cope with the increasing traffic. Lovers love to gaze at the moon or look at their reflections on the waters. The places along the river ...

Arts House, Trendiest Restaurants
This is where Singapore's only the latest arts and heritage scene showcasing many of the artist and their works. With various programmes and events held here, these will keep you amuse with the arts and lifestyle. Arts House also houses three trend ...


Cable Car
Dine at above 70 metres above sea level. Now you could dine in the cable car with your loved ones. This Valentine would be extremely different, and especially fun. Extended from Mount Faber to the sunny island of Sentosa. if you are planning to ta ...

City Hall, A Favourite Photo Location
The elegant City Hall which sits adjacently to the Supreme Court is distinguished known for its Corinthian pillars and the huge flights of steps beneath. A building with great memories. City Hall has witnessed many great history events such as ...

Esplanade - A Romantic Date Out
Image (C) Vanessa Chea Opened since 5 July 2005, Esplanade is Singapore's most exciting performance. Located at the waterfront, Esplanade is known for its dome shaped roofs, where from afar they could look like a durian, or a bug's eyes. ...

Fort Canning Hill, A favourite Love Haunt Spot
Fort Canning has a long history that goes as far as the 14th century when it was still during the reign of the Malay Kingdom, Temasek. Also known to the Malays as Bukit Larangan, or Forbidden Hill, this represents the presence of Malay royalty in ...

Glass-top boats along Singapore River
Hop on, cruise down the Singapore River, in this white Glass Top Boat. Share your love and romance with an exciting and invigorating ride as this would be the best way to see Singapore's own heritage, cruising its way on the historic river. Not onl ...

HSBC Treetop Walk @ MacRitchie Reservoir
Image (C) Calvin Teo A wild "adventurous" date anyone? The HSBC Treetop Walk would be best for those who are fit for a good 11km hike and isn't acrophobia. Located in the forest of MacRitchie Reservoir, the first Singapore's reservoir, ...

Mount Faber Park
With the picturesque view of our busy city skyline and harbour view, Mount Faber Park,  one of the oldest parks in Singapore, this is a favourite hotspot for lovers to linger and whispering sweet nothings to each other. For a change, you might hav ...

Spa Botanica - A World of Serenity
This is the first tropical garden spa. This could be your romantic retreat for lovers out there, offering beautiful gardens, outdoor mud pools, pavilions and Galaxy Steam baths, pampering yourselves with a tinge of modern and traditional health and b ...

Suntec City’s Fountain of Wealth, Ideal Spot to Propose!
Suntec City's Fountain of Wealth is the world's largest fountain made of bronze in the 1998 edition of the Guinness Book of Records. Image (C) Amin Rad Suntec's City Tower Buildings represents the fingers and a thumb and the fountain itself forms ...

The Cliff @ Sentosa Resort, Spend a Romantic Evening Here!
The Cliff at Sentosa Resort is one of the top spots for fine dining in Singapore and the World's Gourmet Summit Best New Restaurant winner. Its theatre of dining and décor designed by a famous Japanese designer, Mr. Yasuhiro Koichi, this al ...

The Scarlet, A Romantic, Luxurious Getaway Hotel
A truly uniquely romantic, luxurious getaway hotel to Singapore.  A design with wild imagination and senses. Opened since 2004, the Scarlet houses two restaurants and a bar, with names are associated with their different surroundings and suit ...

Tong Heng Confectionary, Pastries Symbolizing love and romance
What could be a confectionary be so romantic about? Located in Chinatown, South Bridge Road,  Tong Heng Chinese confectionary has been around since the 1920, are now known for their long history of their gorgeous pastries. However, they do bake ot ...

Yueh Hai Ching Temple, The Love Temple in Singapore
This is one of the oldest temples in Singapore, which was built back in the 1820s by mainly sailors and traders from China to seek the god's help for safety on the rough seas. A black idol sits in this temple with red strings and flowing beard wh ...

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