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You have just about eaten at every favourite restaurant you can think of and going to the movies with so many strict measures in place, doesn’t sound like much fun. If you have hit a wall thinking of exciting things to do with your better half and cringe at the thought of organising yet another mediocre date, well, fret not because we have got your back. With the SingapoRediscover vouchers helping to sweeten the deal, we have curated a list of four unique ideas to spice things up and get you all pumped up about dates again!
Missing that beach vacation you used to enjoy as a couple? Then forget the conventional hotel staycation that’s got everyone excited and satisfy your wanderlust with a Yacht-cation instead. Embark on a nautical adventure over Singapore’s serene waters with a fully customised culinary experience and a butler at your beck and call – attending to your little requests and making sure everything is perfect on this unforgettable romantic getaway. Who says you need to travel overseas to experience a luxurious holiday?
Taking a slow stroll by the beach never gets old; but if you would like to give your legs a break and still enjoy a similar experience, Sentosa’s Segway Eco Adventure might just be the perfect alternative. A Segway is a motorised self-balancing transporter on two wheels that gets you from point to point. So put your balancing skills to the test and zip your way along the beaches of Palawan and Siloso as you enjoy the sea breeze and beautiful sights up-close with your better half. And for the couples who are environmentally conscious, the motorised Segway emits zero carbon emissions, making this experience both fun and safe for the environment as well!
Take a little trip around Singapore Town with our very own Trishaw Uncle Tours. A truly unique way to reconnect with your spouse as you reminisce nostalgic sights around the little red dot huddled together in a heritage rickshaw. Immerse yourselves in a multi-sensory experience as you take in the sights and sounds of the Bugis Street Market and breathe in the aromatic scents of spices and flowers as you journey through the streets of Little India. Then, disembark at Clarke Quay to hop on a bumboat for a cruise down the Singapore river before finishing off with a nice romantic dinner by the waterfront. And if you have an important event coming up like a wedding anniversary or your spouse’s birthday, you can opt for a fully customised experience to celebrate your special event.
If taking the plunge when you said “I do” wasn’t nerve wracking enough, here is another thrilling experience for that adrenaline fix you seek! Head on down to Skypark Sentosa by AJ Hackett located at Siloso beach for an ultimate fun day out by the sea. Choose from a list of exhilarating experiences like the 50-metre bungy jump by Siloso’s tranquil lagoon or scream your hearts out as you soar through the sky together on the Giant Swing. With your partner’s hand held firmly in yours, complete the escapade with an unconventional stroll along the 47-metre high skybridge with its transparent glazed flooring sections and look down to enjoy the spectacular and uninterrupted views of Sentosa island!
Wondering how to keep the family occupied this December? A diverse range of fun activities can keep the family busy and happy. From exhibitions, crafts, educational workshops and interactive adventures, there’s definitely something for everyone from children to the grandparents.
February is a month of celebrations, from a big family festive occasion like CNY to an intimate one just for couples like Valentine’s Day. Look forward to a stunning street light-up and parade, as well as a chance for all married couples to say “I Still Do” to each other.
A visit to the farm is a great way to spend time with the family. Here is a list of farms you can drop by for a fun day out.
Many of us growing up in HDB estates have fond memories of happy times spent at our neighbourhood playgrounds. Here are some well-loved play spaces, from the iconic mosaic ones of the 1970s to the sprawling mega playgrounds of the 2000s.