Why Singapore is the goto honeymoon destination in 2020

If you wish to stay away from the rushing madness of your hometown and want to go to some place where you can spend some quality time with your loved one, then you should probably visit Singapore. The country has lots of romantic places to help fill your mind with great peace and joy. Singapore can be visited all around the year, but, the ideal time to visit for honeymoon is around February to April since the weather is pleasing for outdoor activities.

It is not difficult to explain why Singapore is the honeymoon setting in Asia. Other than cruising, partying, shopping here is a list of places and things to do that will make you want to book your honeymoon trip to Singapore, right now.

Romantic spots in Singapore

Botanic Garden

This serene and colourful garden was recognized recently as a UNESCO national heritage site. The peaceful surrounding and its timeless charm is what attracts people who are in love. You can walk around with your loved and explore the garden’s beauty. You will be astonished to observe the wide range of orchid species present here. The place is open from 5 am till 12 in the midnight and there is no entry fee, except for the national orchid garden. Check the official site to get more information.

Fort Canning Hill

This is another significant romantic spot for couples where you can stay lost in each other’s love gazes in the midst of the organic splendour. When you enter the place and start walking around, you will disregard everything that is on your mind and will be totally absorbed by its beauty. It is also the most essential historical places as well. Explore the nature walks, the history and heritage of the place and go for bird watching. The place is open from 7 am to 7 pm.

Yueh Hai Ching Temple

This temple was constructed in the year 1826, and it is a go-to spot for couples to get the blessings of the god Yue Lao. The wood carvings, ornamented roof, painted walls, and carved ceramic figurines are some of the best sighs to watch.

Bukit Batok Town Park

This park is also called Little Guilin since it resembles Guilin located in China. It is popular among peace lovers and couples. It is wonderfully designed to help people walk next to the lake banks. You can hold your lover’s hands and take a stroll around for a while. The park is open from 7 am to 7 pm.

Things to do on your honeymoon

Singapore is packed with lots of things for couples. You can explore various places to shop, opt for a photogenic walk, or go on a romantic dinner with a great view of the city.

Go on the Singapore Flyer

This is no ordinary structure. You can observe some places in Indonesia and Malaysia, on a sunny and clear day, from this largest observation wheel in Asia. The flyer will take you very high; nearly the height of a 42-story structure to help you enjoy a stunning view.

If you opt for a special in-flight package, you will be able to enjoy your dinner as well. it is open from 8.30 am to 10.30 pm.

Shop around

You love shopping, however, you don’t want to indulge too much in it? you will find several places in Singapore that allows you to shop for clothing, accessories, makeup items at reasonable prices.


This popular market is open on Friday-Saturday [12 pm-10 pm]

China Square Central

If you wish to shop in an air-conditioned place, then you should probably visit this market. It is open on Sundays [11 am-5 pm]

Haji Lane and Bugis Street

Visit this street if you wish to buy timeless and trendy clothing lines and accessories.


This place is heaven for people who wish to buy branded items.

Mustafa Centre, Little India

A great shopping hub that is open always, literally.

Some of the best souvenirs that you should buy from Singapore are, gold plated orchids, artifacts, music CDs, handbags, local perfumes, and batik fabric.

Visit the Helix Bridge

This bridge is the first curved double helix bridge in the world. It is a great architecture piece and is a pedestrian link across the Singapore River between the Bayfront district and the Central Business District. The visitors love capturing pictures of this bridge with their loved one. It is a great place to go for a long walk.

You can do more things in Singapore on your honeymoon trip. You can have breakfast in the Singapore Zoo with Orangutans, explore Haw Par Villa Park, stargaze at Science Center Observatory, explore Pulau Ubin, a peaceful island. 

Pickyourtrail provides you with tailor-made Singapore honeymoon packages to help you make the most of your time and money. Their destination experts are just a phone call away to assist you in your trip.  

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