Valentine’s Day is coming around once again. Stuck on ideas to make each celebration even more special than the last? Not to worry, we’ve got your back! We’ve come up with a couple of suggestions based on your Valentine’s unique personality. Read on to find out how you can make the actual day an extra special one!

If your Valentine is a Foodie

Whether your significant other has gourmet tastebuds or a fan of hawker fare, no one can fault food prepared with your own hands. You can’t go wrong with a sumptuous breakfast served in bed! Think a full brekkie - eggs, avocado toast, juicy sausages or smoked salmon, or healthy muesli.

Not much of a chef or baker? If your partner has a sweet tooth, how about putting together a high-tea at home filled with her favourite treats – choux pastries, delicate cream puffs or savoury sandwiches? Just pop down to her fav patisserie, pick and assemble! Or if budget is no issue, make a reservation at the omakase restaurant that both of you’ve been meaning to try out.

If your Valentine is Sporty

This Valentine’s Day, why not try out a new sport or activity together? There’re plenty of activities to get hot and sweaty together – couple yoga, tandem bike rides, kayaking, or hike a nature trail on the opposite side of the island to where you live. KayakAsia runs expeditions designed for those looking for a bit of adventure with local and overseas trips around Asia. Or if you prefer things free and easy, pop by your nearest large park and try out the activities available.

If your Valentine is a Homebody

Your Valentine is a domestic diva who loves the comforts of home? Put together a fun Valentine-themed programme! Have a Karaoke or Board game Night centred around cheesy (but romantic) love songs or set out on a two-person board game quest. Or just have a Valentine’s Day Movie Night watching romantic flicks on Netflix. If you can get bae to leave the house, how about signing up for a couple cooking class making food that you both love?

If your Valentine is a Creative Free Spirit

For the culture vulture in your life, check out a museum or a currently-running art event – a vibrant city like Singapore is bound to have an exciting event happening every month. Or if her fav K-pop group is coming to town, surprise her with tickets during your V-Day dinner. Knowing that her other half is supportive of her musical tastes is sure to earn you extra brownie points!

Not too sure where your significant other’s taste or preferences lie? Take Our Marriage Journey Quiz as a first step to understanding your relationship. It’s a good way to identify strengths and areas for growth as a couple.