A private guided tour will ensure you and your date don’t get lost on the trails and discover interesting flora and fauna together along the way.
If you are afraid of awkward silences on first dates, the attention is placed on your tour and guide, who inevitably acts as a great buffer for conversation.
Check out these top swoon-worthy spots for your next romantic rendezvous.
A date night typically consists of a dinner and a movie.
There is no better place to learn about orchid and orchid planting than Singapore Botanical Gardens.
Here, you and your date will get 6 hours of hand-on experience on how to cultivate prize-winning orchids, Singapore’s national flower.
Here are 10 green date ideas you can bring your date on in Singapore. Book a Guided Tour of Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve For bird enthusiasts, discover amazing ecological biodiversity at Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve.
If this is your first date, I highly suggest you to pre-book a private guide for your wetland walkabout.
Learn to make natural household detergents or prepare your every own raw food pantry. Plant an Orchid You cannot go wrong by planning a date around a day of potting orchids.
Art jamming is a fun and open-concept way of spending a few hours with your date, a blank canvas, a set of brushes and unlimited acrylic paint.
Through art, you might get to know your date on a much different level. There is no better place to take her to than Gardens by the Bay.
Check this site for latest upcoming orchid planting workshops.
Parents, I think we can all agree that a regular date night is essential – not just for staying sane, but for staying connected as the people you were before kids. Here are some ideas for a night out in Singapore a little different to your usual dinner out...
Rewarding as it is, parenting can be relentless, so we think that we all deserve some time off from serving time outs in order to remember why we fell in love with partners in the first place – before we were just mum and dad!