Singapore is an international tourist destination in Southeast Asia. It boasts nature, tropical rainforest, island, and sea beaches. With the cosy and classy restaurants, beautiful lights illuminating the streets and the night, vibrant beaches, rooftop bars and gorgeous gardens, the romantic places are plenty in Singapore, giving an array of places to visit in Singapore for couples.
Changi Point Coastal Walk
Stretching out for about 2.2 km along the coastline, the Changi Point Coastal Walk, sometimes referred to as the Changi Boardwalk, is an easy waterfront jaunt. Easy enough for kids to do (not so suitable for prams unless you are prepared to trudge up and down stairs with it), the Coastal Walk provides views of the waters out towards Johor.
View from Sunset Walk, Changi BoardwalkIt seems slightly counter-intuitive that a boardwalk in the Northeast of Singapore would be named Sunset Walk. However, when you get to the end, you see why. Sunset Walk has an unobstructed view towards the waters to the West. In the evening, you will be able to spot the lights of Punggol from here.
The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia
Subtle décor and stunning views at every turn capture the essence of the luxury hotel rooms and suites at The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore. Club level accommodations feature lounge access, sweeping Marina Bay views, elevated amenities and exclusive experiences.
On the whole, service is polished and room requests were promptly attended to. Facilities-wise, there are several worth highlighting. The swimming pool was recently renovated to unveil a surrounding three-tiered deck and a 15,000 square foot plexiglas overwater platform that, when installed, transforms the pool into a gargantuan ground-level outdoor event space.
The gym, which recently underwent an overhaul, is arguably the city’s largest and slickest. The Ritz Carlton Spa, which also emerged from a makeover in 2016, now features a soothing marine theme with 10 treatment rooms named after seaweed and algae.
Another detour takes you into a 360-degree, 3D jungle that feels startlingly real, especially when King Kong emerges to battle dinosaurs—with your tram rocking and rolling in the middle of the brawl. Mellower sections of the tram tour wind through real sets of make-believe towns, cities, and suburban neighborhoods used in hundreds of films and TV shows
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Just like the smouldering embers, Le Binchotan’s interior is mellow yet alluring. The modern interior is intimate, and the mirror at the end creates the illusion that you’re in a long secret tunnel.
In each spoonful, I scooped up black caviar and shoyu pearls made in-house for a hint of saltiness. The shoyu pearls, in particular, added a rich flavour that complemented the creamy mousse well. While the portion is seemingly small, the wide range of premium ingredients cannot be denied.
The spring roll is coated in fine bamboo charcoal, so the charcoal flavour isn’t too overpowering. I recommend dipping the roll in the garlic yogurt sauce as it gives a tartness that balances the smoky flavour.
Bukit Batok Town Park
Bukit Batok in the west of Singapore is home to not 1 but 2 beautiful parks – the Bukit Batok Town Park, more widely known as Little Guilin, and the Bukit Batok Nature Park. Both parks are separated by the neighbourhood of Bukit Batok East however are within a 15 to 20 minute walk from each other.
Having 2 similarly named parks in the same precinct has caused much confusion among people not familiar with the area and looking to visit one or both of the parks. To add to the confusion you’ll notice on a map there is in fact a 3rd park, called Bukit Batok Hillside Park (also known as Greenwood Park) on the west side of Bukit Batok, which by all accounts however seems to be a mysteriously abandoned park.
Being a fairly large industrial and residential area that includes both private and public housing, perhaps Bukit Batok does deserve to have 2 feature parks. Both parks are quite different as well, although what they do have in common are commanding craggy cliff walls and lake pools, both being disused granite quarries now filled with water and landscaped into parks.
The Singapore River is a major waterway that runs through the city of Singapore. A favourite nightlife district and tourist hotspot, the area around the river is abuzz with the excitement of buzzing bars, eclectic eateries, and charged clubs spread across Robertson Quay, Boat Quay, and Clarke Quay.
From being the prime source of water and an important trade route of yore to being the site of rapid industrial growth, the Singapore River has grown with the country. Some of the most noteworthy landmarks of the Garden City are located along the banks of this river, making it a tourist-favourite. Take a leisurely stroll enjoying the cool evening breeze, zoom through the waters on a speedboat, or hit the nightclubs along this iconic river!