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Ha I've always grumbled at the lack of night activity in Singapore. Other than the famous Mount Faber and East Coast Park where many people go to snog (ha!), there simply isn't much other places to visit in Singapore! Hence I've decided to do all you guys a favor and started to do some research. With the help of some clicks and the magnificent power of the web, tada!
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.
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.
You are above 70 metres above sea level. And yet you could dine in the cable car with your loved ones. This Valentine would be extremely different, and especially fun.
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.
Esplanade - A Romantic Date Out
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.
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.
HSBC Treetop Walk @ MacRitchie Reservoir
A wild 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, built in the 1860s.
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.
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.
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.
The Cliff @ Sentosa Resort, Spend a Romantic Evening Here!
At The Sentosa Resort, you will find the Cliff. This Cliff is one of the top spots for fine dining in Singapore and the World's Gourmet Summit Best New Restaurant winner.
The Scarlet, A Romantic, Luxurious Getaway Hotel
This is the romantic, luxurious getaway. A truly unique 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 surrounding.
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.
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.
Changi Beach: A reminder of the Japanese Occupation
The grim history of Changi Beach dates back during the World War II and Japanese Occupation. It was the site for the massacre of 66 Chinese men by the Japanese soldiers.
East Coast Park Beach : Activities for everyone
Situated on the south-eastern front of the island, this is the longest and most popular beach stretch in Singapore.
Punggol Beach: Punggol Sea Sports Club
A quiet neighbourhood in the northeastern part of Singapore, Punggol has transformed itself into a new residential community. The Punggol area was once dotted with farmhouses, rearing poultry, pig and fish farming, as well as plantations.
Sembawang Beach : Catch the Sembawang Hot Spring here!
The serene beach and its pleasant park, was formerly land occupied by the British Forces. At the Sembawang Jetty, stood the former colonial residence of Admiral Beaulieu, which was restored.
Sentosa Palawan Beach
Great thing about living in Singapore is that weekend getaways are just a hop, skip and jump away. Palawan Beach is a great escape for all workaholics. Slap on some block, chill and connect with nature.
Sentosa Siloso Beach : Hip, Trendy, The place for every Beach Bum
It’s hip, trendy and home to beach volleyball buffs. Every beach bum wants to be spotted in this long and broad beachfront.
Sentosa Tanjong Beach : Clear Water, Golden Sand & Alive at Night
Many have claimed that this is the best bay by far. Peaceful even on weekends, Tanjong Beach has clear water, golden sand, plenty of palm trees to lie under, and little shingled shelters. Perfect!
Ang Mo Kio Garden East
Previously a rubber estate, this park boasts groves of rubber trees as well as other economically trees such as nutmeg & cinnamon. Sculptures of rubber seeds and nutmegs installed enhance the trees found here.
Ang Mo Kio Garden West
The bigger of the two parks in Ang Mo Kio was built on a hillock. A 120-step staircase will take you to a pergola and plaza. From there you can view the lush expanding floral and fauna.
Bedok Reservoir Park
Developed around the picturesque and serene Bedok Reservoir, this park is popular for jogging. Jog-a-thons are held regularly here by schools and organizations.
Bedok Town Park
Screening off Bedok Estate from the Pan Island Expressway (PIE) is Bedok Town Park. This park is built on an undulating terrain with high mounds.
This park with its lakes and bridges, colourful shrubs and lush greenery is one of the largest and most popular parks in Singapore. Built in 1988, it sits between 2 housing estates, Ang Mo Kio and Bishan.
Bukit Batok Nature Park
This park was developed on an empty quarry site in 1988. The terrain is undulating and footpaths are meandering. Several look-out points reaching more than 10 storeys high provide breath-taking views.
Bukit Batok Town Park
Known as Little Guilin or “Xiao Guilin” among the locals, this park looks similar to that of Guilin in China – a granite rock sitting within a lake. The park has a narrow strip of land, beautifully landscaped and provided with footpaths.
Bukit Timah Nature Reserve
Bukit Timah Nature Reserve Step into the Bukit Timah Nature Reserve and you will experience nature in an untouched form. A mere 12km from the bustling city, the 164 hectare (400 acres) Reserve includes Singapore’s highest hill.
Changi Beach Park
One of the oldest coastal parks in Singapore, this place brings back memories for Singaporeans who frequented this area in the 60s and 70s. The park is 3.2km long with stretches of sandy beaches between Changi Point and Changi Ferry Road.
Clementi Woods Park
The wooded ambience of the park, with its tall mature trees and natural vegetation, is a welcoming retreat for those looking for a quiet, cool stroll in the morning or evening.
East Coast Park Beach
Situated at the south-eastern part of the island, East Coast Park Beach is the largest and the most popular park in Singapore. Themed “Recreation for All”, this park offers a wide array of facilities.
Esplanade Park is one of the oldest parks in Singapore. Built in 1943, it was re-developed in 1991 to enhance the Civic District’s identity. There are many historical landmarks in this park which are of interest to tourists and locals alike.
Fort Canning Hill Park
Previously known as Central Park, this 19-ha "hill of history" was the residence of Sir Stamford Raffles, who established his government house on this hill in 1819.
Fort Tanjong Katong at Katong Park
Although Tanjong Katong Park is a popular picnic place for residences in the Meyer Road and Tanjong Rhu areas, this park was actually a heavily armed fortress during the time of British colonization.
Singapore’s premier park, Istana Park, offers a number of unique features not found in other parks on the island. The Festival Arch is the centerpiece of this 1.3-ha park.
Kallang Riverside Park
Built on both sides of the river, this park is a haven for water sports enthusiasts. On weekends, canoers and water-skiers gather to practice, display their skills or take part in water-sports competitions.
Kent Ridge Park
The design of the park takes full advantage of the natural vegetation and topography of the site. Various look-out points offer visitors magnificent views of the off-shore islands like Pulau Darat.
The park is famous for its World War II relics and bunkers. Visitors can experience a chapter of Singapore’s past by walking along the history trail.
Lower Seletar Reservoir
Located at the northern shore of Lower Seletar Reservoir, this parkland is largely flat with some undulating terrain that provides a pleasant place for your leisurely strolls or a jog.
Mac Ritchie Reservoir & Park
Forests in the more accessible southern area of this 2,000-ha reserve are mostly mature 90-year-old secondary forest with some primary forest patches.
Running along the shoreline of Marina Centre, this city park overlooks the towering skyscrapers of CBD. Stunning panoramic views of the city skyline enveloped in the night lights make for beautiful photographs of downtown Singapore.
Mount Faber Park
One of the oldest parks in Singapore, Mount Faber Park is a popular tourist destination. From this park, they can take a cable car to Sentosa Island or they can enjoy the panoramic view of the Southern part of Singapore and its islands.
National Orchid Garden
The National Orchid Garden was opened on 20th October 1995 by Senior Minister Lee Kuan Yew. It is situated on the highest hill in the Singapore Botanic Gardens.
Pasir Ris Park
Developed on reclaimed land, this coastal park is one of the largest parks in Singapore. The distinguishing feature of this park is the carefully preserved 6-ha mangrove swamp.
Pearl’s Hill City Park
This park was built around a reservoir on top of a hill tucked away at a corner of Chinatown. You can experience peace and tranquility away from the hustle and bustle of city life.
Developed with the theme “Family Leisure”, this park has many facilities to cater to the young and old. The play and fitness equipment for active recreation, open lawn areas for picnics or kite-flying, a wooded area for leisurely strolls.
The distinctive blue dice design found on the park furniture will greet visitors to Sembawang Park.
Singapore Botanic Gardens
Don't leave Singapore without a visit to the more than 140-year-old Singapore Botanic Gardens, a revered horticultural masterpiece and verdant oasis lying close to the busy Orchard Road area. It
Sun plaza Park
Sunplaza Park is a place full of innovations to create and sustain vibrancy and activities. Located at Tampines Avenue 7 and 9, the 9.6-ha park has its characteristics of bright colours and dynamic symbols to greet the visitors.
The 130-hectare Wetland Reserve is an internationally significant link in the regional chain of stopovers for birds on the great annual north-south migration from September through to March.
Telok Blangah Hill Park
Aptly themed “Recapturing the Past Splendor”, Telok Blangah Hill Park has a history that few other parks can boast about. This park has long been a place of gathering for trading communities who flourished at the site since the early 19th century.
Toa Payoh Park
A popular park in the 70s, Toa Payoh Park was rejuvenated in the early 90s to meet present needs. The main features are the Observation Tower and the landscaped pond.
War Memorial Park
This park is a prominent and well-known feature of the Civic District because of the War Memorial, fondly remembered as the “The Chopsticks”. This memorial is dedicated to the civilians killed during WWII.
West Coast Park
West Coast Park was first developed in 1979 on a piece of reclaimed land off West Coast Highway, covering an area of 50-ha. It has since been well used by residents from the western region of Singapore.
Woodlands Town Park
If you are around Woodlands New Town, drop by Woodlands Town Park and enjoy the greenery and ambience the park has to offer. Look out for the design of the park amenities that has both Malay and Chinese Elements.
Developed on an old rubber estate, the park features a hill with natural vegetation. A SAFRA clubhouse has been built within the park. You can see tropical fruit trees such as durian, rambutan
Coming next, places to visit when your stomach protest in hunger in the middle of the night! Stay tuned!
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