50 date ideas in Singapore: inexpensive couple activities to try

Recent travel restrictions mean we’re pretty much stuck in our little island. We’ve often already complained about how there’s “nothing to do” in Singapore, if anything, this complaint only gets worse these days.

But being a small country doesn’t mean there’s really nothing to do; we just need to look a little harder!

To get you started, here’s AVENUE ONE‘s list of 52 date ideas in Singapore for those who are tired of couple activities in Singapore that involve a dinner or watching Netflix shows. These inexpensive date ideas aren’t reserved for couples too – you can round up your friends for them as well!

1. Try every bubble tea brand in Singapore


Are you and your other half bubble tea fans? Here’s a fun and delicious date idea in Singapore that we are sure both of you will love: try a different bubble tea brand in Singapore on every date!

If you are confused by all the bubble tea brands opening in Singapore, just check out our handy guide to ALL the bubble tea options in Singapore that you need to know about.

After you have checked every single brand off your list, up the challenge by conquering different bubble tea flavours at each brand – the possibilities are endless!

Tip: Be careful of your waistline with all that sugar you’ll be piling on though. Share a drink (and the calories) with your other half, and opt for less sugar as much as possible.

2. Paint couple tees together!


Painting together is probably one of the best activities to bond with your date or loved one.

You get to spend time and unwind after a long week together in each other’s presence. And it’s even better when you get to keep a memorable and useful souvenir after your painting session together!

Whether or not you two prefer matching or non-matching designs, head over to Streaks n Strokes’ website to purchase any of their couple painting kits and unleash your creativity… together.

With this kit, you get everything you need to paint your dream design – including a t-shirt or tote bag, paintbrushes, premium quality fabric paint, and even tracing tools for complete beginners in painting.

Feeling intimidated because you’re not sure how or what to paint? Fret not, as the website also offers a selection of online painting classes and design ideas so you and your partner can paint beautiful designs on your t-shirts or totes at no extra charge.

Prices for couple painting kits start from S$47.90, get yours here. Contact 8587 8884 or email hello@streaksnstrokes.com for more information.

3. Go for a couple spa


Going for a spa session together makes for a great getaway even if you don’t have time to book a staycation. Many spas offer private rooms and special packages so you can take a few hours off to rejuvenate your minds with a well-deserved massage. Think of it as a daycation!

Here’s a really good deal from Elements Wellness you can purchase. At just S$248 for 2 pax (U.P: S$992.96) you and your partner can get to enjoy a 40-minute onsen therapy in a private room, a 60-minute body massage, and a 15-minute back scrub. Redeem it here.

You can also consider this couple aromatherapy massage by Theresa Body Skin Wellness for S$188 for 2 pax, which includes a 10-minute scrub, 5-minute cleanse, and 60-minute body massage. Redeem it here.

4. Watch the sunset together


When was the last time you had the chance to slow down and smell the flowers?

There are several spots in Singapore that are great for watching the sunset that you may not know about.

Surprise your significant other with a beautiful view for a special date, and take the time to simply enjoy each other’s presence.

5. Ice skating

Relive those nerve-wrecking, clammy-palmed secondary school first dates by doing a classic – ice skating. Remember to hold hands with your beau to keep warm!

From S$18 onwards, check out the opening hours for public skating at their website here. It is located at 2 Jurong East Central 1, #03-01, JCube, Singapore 609731, and at 5 Stadium Walk, Level 3, Singapore S397693.

6. Go on a food hunt

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On a budget, but also wanna give your date a blast? Why not try out some of these inexpensive delicacies on the list of Michelin Bib Gourmand winners?

Enjoy hearty, tasty meals with your date and hop from place to place for a memorable date the two of you will be sure to remember!

Need a condensed list of the Michelin Bib Gourmand food places for easier short-listing? Check out our list and reviews of each of the 50 places so you’ll know where to head to with your beau.

7. Alternatively, try café hopping!

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Hate suffering in Singapore’s blistering heat, or simply enjoy finding the best coffee on our shores? There’s no better date than one spent café hopping!

If you are worried that the expenses will pile up (since café food and drinks are not the cheapest in town), our advice is to order a few dishes to share with your beau.  This way, the two of you can try more things, consume less calories, and also spend less in total – definitely a win-win situation!

Not sure where to start? Check out our article on café hopping in Tiong Bahru.

8. Have a picnic at Botanic Gardens

Hey, not all good dates involve forking out a ton of money – some can even be free! Go old-school for a picnic by the water body at the Botanic Gardens – prepare your own home-cooked meal, or if you can’t cook, just buy some food of your own for  a special pot-luck with your S.O.

Psst, if you’ve already visited Botanic Gardens and want to have a different location, consider these Instagram-worthy picnic spots in Singapore!

Open daily from 5am – 12am, at 1 Cluny Road, Singapore 259569. Admission is free.

9. Take an evening or morning nature stroll


Although rather cliché, Singapore does have many picturesque spots that are rather obscure and not known by many.

Check out hidden finds like the Kranji Marshes, with its fairy tale-like vines that create an enclave of sorts and species of birds you never thought you would ever see in Singapore (outside of a zoo).

Other lesser-known places include the Changi Point Coastal Walk for a sea-side walk along the creek, to catch a view of a beautiful sunrise or sunset with your beloved.

Of course, it doesn’t have to strictly be these two places. You could simply take a stroll along your neighbourhood, and who knows – you may find a hidden picturesque place that the two of you hold close to your hearts.

If your date is a bit of a fitness junkie and prefers to go for a jog, consider one of these jogging trails in Singapore.

10. Have some fun with board games

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Wanna relive some of your old childhood memories, or just try out new games with your date? It’s time to head to a games café, where they have tons of board games for the two of you to play. Whether it is a game of silly trivia to heavy strategy games that’ll have you racking your brains for hours– we guarantee that the two of you will have a blast.

Some games may require more than two people, so feel free to  your couple friends for a double, or even triple date!

You may be interested in this article: We checked out an Instagram-worthy board game café and tell you what you should play and order

11. Bust out some console games


Not so interested in traditional, old-school board games?

Either play some video games at home, or if you don’t have consoles at home, you can go to Play Nation, a video game café, to get competitive and have a blast.

You can even get yourself some snacks from the snack bar or café if you get hungry after playing video games with your date!

From S$10.90 per gaming hour and person, and open from Mon – Thurs (2pm – 11pm); Fri – Sat (2pm – 3am); Sun (2pm – 11pm). Located at 58 Prinsep Street, Singapore 188686; 2 Orchard Link #03-02, *SCAPE, Singapore 237978; and 1 Tampines Walk, #B1-17/18/19, Our Tampines Hub, Singapore 528523. Console rentals are also available.

12. Visit a themed café together

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Does your date like cutesy stuff? Surprise him or her by going to one of those themed cafes that have been sprouting around Singapore like crazy.

Simply ogle at the weird, and perhaps too cute-looking food, or just soak in the altogether weird experience with your bae.

Plus, there’s always a merch section where you can get a themed item of your choice for yourself or your other half, as well as a photo booth area for the two of you to get a sweet couple pic.

13. Glide along the Singapore River on the River Cruise


Here’s a way to go on a tour without actually going overseas: pretend to be a tourist for a day and visit tourist sites like the Singapore River, and perhaps if you’re feeling up to it, ride along the River Cruise for a romantic boat ride where it’ll pass by key tourist spots like the Merlion, the Marina Bay Sands, Boat Quay, and more.

Tip: Consider taking it at night when you don’t have to brave the sun. The night lights also make your date extra romantic.

From S$20 per adult along Clarke Quay, Boat Quay, and Marina Bay. Get tickets here.

14. Gardens By The Bay


Gardens By The Bay is a renowned tourist site for a good reason. Even if you have been here multiple times, you’ll still love how great this place is for an indoor, scenic (albeit man-made) sight of flowers, flowers, and more flowers.

Marvel at the fantastic architecture, take a leisurely walk through the glasshouse domes (which change seasonally and usually has events going on!) and its collection of high bridges, and have a blast.

Admission fees and opening hours vary according to the different areas, available hereIt is located at 18 Marina Gardens Drive, Singapore 018953.

15. Cycle around Singapore

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Cycle along with your bae to discover beaten off-the-track paths the both of you have never seen before, or along the sea coast to breathe in the sea breeze. Here are a few bike trails you can take on during your date.

Tired after that? Eat up a storm to gain back those lost calories, because you and your bae know you two darn well deserve it.

P.S. Hate the hot afternoon weather? Try night cycling for a cooler (literally and figuratively) cycling experience.

16. Bake together


Looking for a change of pace, but unwilling to break the bank? How about baking together with the S.O.? Not only is it super fun (bake whatever sweet treat your hearts desire!), but you also get something tasty to munch on  as a reward after!

Or if it isn’t tasty, at least the two of you can say that you’ve tried: A for effort, and all that.

The only con of this date idea is that it’s gonna be really messy afterwards. And yes, that means having to clean up the entire mess, but even cleaning up together can be a fun activity, so long as you are doing with it with someone you love!

17. Go shopping for each other, with each other!


How much do you really know about your loved one? Put your knowledge to the ultimate test by shopping for each other!

You may be pleasantly surprised by how well your beau really knows about your fashion preferences, or learn a new quirk about him or her when you are looking for a good book to gift.

18. Eat to your heart’s delight at a buffet


Everyone loves eating, and almost no one can say no to a delicious buffet. All you have to do is pick a restaurant of your choice from our list of the best à la carte buffet restaurants in Singapore and invite your S.O. for a date that he or she will definitely love.

You can even draw up a “food bingo” by guessing the five items your partner will dig into first and see who gets the most correct.

Tip: This is a good chance for you to learn extensively about your other half’s food preferences, which is especially important if you are just starting out or going on your first date. Take mental notes so that you will know what to eat on future dates!

19. Fishing or prawning

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Sure, Singapore always gets flak for being so darn small, but despite that, we still do have several places to fish or prawn.

Want a quiet, leisurely date in a tranquil place with your partner? This is the perfect activity for that. Go to popular haunts like Pasir Ris Town Park Fishing Pond or Punggol Point Jetty, for some quality fishing, and for prawning – there’s even one located very conveniently on the top level of Bugis+!

Best yet – you (literally) get to sow the seeds of your reward as you can grill your finds afterwards! You could also opt to go the more humane route and release the  fishes and prawns back instead of having them for your dinner date.

20. Pump up adrenaline with escape rooms


Love a good mystery or always wanted to try solving a real-life mystery? You get to crack your minds over mind-boggling puzzles, intriguing plots, mysterious clues, and a whole bundle of nerves as you feel the time ticking away in your bid to escape the room.

Popular haunts include escape rooms like Captivate and Lost SG. Check their websites to get information about how these escape experiences are conducted with safety distancing measures in place.

21. Visit Singapore’s only Floating Seafood Restaurant

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Sick of the usual fine dining-movie combo? Class it up by going to Smith Marine Kelong Restaurant, an almost extinct breed of a floating restaurant, located off the coast of Singapore where they serve the freshest seafood (like clams, lobsters chili crab, mussels etc.), directly from the sea where it is situated right on top of.

Alternatively, catch your own fish and take it home for have them grill it up for you in their restaurant.

If you are wondering how to get there, there is a pick-up at Changi Point Ferry Terminal on a bumboat.

Reservations have to be made three days in advance so a lot of planning has to be involved if you want to try this cool date idea. Although on the rather pricey side, we’d say perhaps this should be saved for special occasions.

It is located at Pulau Ubin Coastal Area, and is open daily from 10am – 7pm. Contact the restaurant at 9792 7609 to check on its post Circuit-Breaker arrangements and safe-distancing measures.

22. Visit a magical, snowy wonderland @ Snow City


Indulge your inner child by going to Singapore’s only indoor winter wonderland – Snow City – where the two of you can pretend you’ve been temporarily transported to a cold, temperate-climate country of your choice, without the hefty cost of a plane ticket.

Ride the toboggan slides, ogle at the igloo sculptures, marvel at the (fake) snowy city, build a snowman with your loved one and just indulge in all sorts of snowy, childish delights for a moment of a winter wonderland, away from the usually too sunny Singapore weather.

Don’t forget to hold hands to keep each other warm!

Admission fees start from S$12. It is open daily from 10am – 6pm and is located at 21 Jurong Town Hall Road, Singapore 609433. Book your tickets here

23. Kayak through the mangroves

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Kayaking is always a fun activity, regardless of who you go with – your BFF, family, friends – and even your beau!

Take your other half on a kayaking adventure down at Sungei Khatib Bongsu or the Mandai Rivers, or whichever place of your choice, and take in the sights of Singapore’s breath-taking lush green mangrove waterways.

Also, if you’ve always wanted to know how well you and your date work together – this is the perfect opportunity, as kayaks are usually limited to two pods. Make it a personal challenge not to capsize, and if you do, whatever, right? All in good fun.

We have an article to share with you the best places to kayak at – check it out if you need some recommendations for interesting kayaking locations.

P.S. You’ll also get seriously toned arms after this, and you’ll only have yourself to thank for after that. We’re sure your other half will thank you for this brilliant date idea too.

24. Ride a trishaw along heritage streets

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Sick of the usual tall sky-scrapers and the hustle and bustle of the city? Whisk yourself back to the nostalgic past and indulge in something touristy – riding a trishaw with the beau in tow!

Take in the sights of Singapore’s colourful heritage sites, whilst enjoying the company of your date, and when the moment’s right – lean in for a kiss!

For a more dynamic experience, you can also choose to customise your own experience – be it an engagement, or just a simple date.

Prices start from S$65 per person. Trishaw Uncle tours can be found all over Chinatown, but they begin at Albert Mall Trishaw Park, 1 North Bridge Road, #15-06, High Street Centre, Singapore 179094. Opens daily (rain or shine) from 11am – 9pm, with the last trishaw departing at 8pm. For more information, click here.

25. Blow off some steam at The Fragment Room


Let’s be honest – we all (secretly) like to destroy things.

Pent up frustration? Come in with your bae to have an absolute smashing time (literally) in The Fragment Room where you can just let your inhibitions fly.

Break some stuff, go wild, and release some stress at the same time.

It is S$38 per person, and S$75 for two. The Fragment Room is open daily from 12pm – 10pm and is located at 490 MacPherson Road, Singapore 368198. For more information, click here.

26. Go glamping in style


Literally the portmanteau of ‘glam’ and ‘camping’ – glamping is the glam form of camping, for those of you who don’t like to get all gruff and dirty, but want in on the ‘fun’ part of camping.

Gaze at the stars with your lover in the privacy of your little tent, adorned with beautiful fairy lights – truly, the very definition of romantic!

P.S. There’re proper comfy, pretty looking beds, and even a fan to keep you nice and cool!<

Prices start from S$270 for a couple package. The check-in time is at 3pm, and check-out is at 2pm. The Glamping Society is located at East Coast Park’s Camping Area G, and is contactable at 9789 7022. Check out their website here.

27. Go on a virtual adventure @ Virtual Room Singapore

Hate the thought of getting out in the sweltering sun, travelling back and forth, breaking a sweat, but really like the thought of going on a brand new adventure?

Have your very own (pseudo) adventure through a VR experience – because thankfully, technology has marched far enough for the lazy peeps out there.

You can experience the thrills of adventuring, solving crimes, fighting baddies, and even experiencing zero-gravity scenarios, all without even having to break a sweat or be in any real danger, for that matter.

P.S. Alternatively, for a low-budget version, indulge in a nostalgic favourite and go for an arcade-date with your bae.

Prices go from S$44 per session on weekdays (Mon – Thurs), S$49 on weekends (Fri – Sun, including PH), and S$54 for walk-in. Virtual Room Singapore is located at 211 New Bridge Road, Level B3, Lucky Chinatown, Singapore 059432. To book, click here.

28. Swing some baseball bats indoors

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When the weather is gloomy but both of you want to work out together outside of the gym, why not show off your powerful and well-timed swings at an indoor batting cage?

Don’t belittle this indoor sport though – it can burn 200 to 300 calories after just an hour of batting!

Check out The Cage to find out more about this fun date activity. Prices start from S$54 per pax per hour.

29. Tee off at a mini golf course


Put your golf skills to the test and challenge your beau to a game of mini golf at one of Singapore’s many mini golf centres.

Mini golf features a much shorter “course”, so you don’t have to be a professional golfer in order to enjoy this activity.

It also usually features incredulous holes for players to putt their way around, which makes it extra challenging and extra fun – you’ll both be squealing in delight and laughing at each other’s failed attempts throughout the date!

Prices start from S$20 per person. Check the Holey Moley Golf Club website for more information or book through Klook to enjoy a discount.

30. Go scuba diving in the deep deep blue at Pulau Hantu

If you must know – then yes, you actually can dive right here, in Singapore. No need to pay some exorbitant fee to travel to some exotic country for a diving expedition!

Soak in the sights and swim alongside sea creatures like clown fish, anemone fish, and angelfish, get yourself a water camera for a water-selfie with your bae, and show off the great adventures you went on (without even having to leave the country).

But if you don’t have a diving license yet, consider going to diving school with your partner! Here are diving schools in Singapore that you can check out – we’ve also included some requirements you need to take note of, as well as the rates charged at each school!

Prices go at S$150 for two pax, and S$180 with a dive guide. The Dive Company is located at 761A North Bridge Road, Singapore 198729. For more information, click here.

47. Walk through hell and back at Har Paw Villa

Most of us will remember going on school excursions to Haw Par Villa while we were still young kids. Chances are, you may not have visited this scary park again for many years, perhaps even decades since then.

Now that you are older and wiser, why not take the chance to revisit the newly revamped Haw Par Villa?

You get to learn more about Chinese folklore, legend and mythology, as well as laugh a little, or a lot, at the many iconic (but highly puzzling) dioramas scattered all over the park.

The best part? Free entry!

Haw Par Villa is located at 262 Pasir Panjang Road, Singapore 118628 and opens daily from 9am to 10pm.

32. Attend a theatrical dinner for a full-bodied gastronomical and artistic experience


Not just an ordinary 5-course dinner, AndSoForth is a series of pop-up theatrical feast which combines the gastronomical and artistic urges into one,

Expect secrets, plot twists, and drama…you won’t even know where and what you’ll be eating until they tell you on the day itself via a series of clues they’ll give you via SMS.

Be prepared to be served by the actors themselves, who may even choose to bring you into their theatrical plot, for a truly immersive date experience you and your S.O. will cherish.

At S$88 per person, and timings are dependent on availability, which you can see on their website. Requires an online booking prior to the dinner. Due to safe distancing measures, each show is limited to just 10 persons in the audience.

33. Learn something new at the museum

Want to gain new knowledge but don’t want to fork out money for a class or workshop? Singapore has no lack of options for you to do so, thanks to the fact that most museums in Singapore give free entry to Singaporeans and permanent residents!

Whether your interest lies in art or history, there is definitely a museum in Singapore that can satisfy your thirst for knowledge.

Plus point: you get to score brownie points when you show off your impressive knowledge on obscure topics in front of your date.

34. Eat durians along the roadside in Geylang

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Durians may be loathed and hated upon by the international crowd, but so beloved by us Southeast Asians.

Indulge in a local favourite by eating durians along the roadside in Geylang, which is really how you should be eating durians – fresh out of the shell!

Get messy and dig in using your hands, savour the custardy goodness with the S.O, and be united with equally bad breaths after.

You’re guaranteed to find an entire row of durian shops all along Geylang Lorong, but for top quality durians, go to Fruits Top 1 Departmental Store, at 608 Geylang Lorong 36, Singapore 389547, which is open 24/7.

35. Unleash your creative juices at art jam cafes

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Looking for a total change of pace? How about booking a session or two at Singapore’s local art jam cafes?

Go to art jam places like Heartroom Gallery, where the world is your oyster – materials are fully provided for in unlimited supply (but don’t abuse it, of course!), take on sessions like acrylic painting, folk art painting, manga drawing and Chinese brush painting.

Plus, food, wine, and music will also be provided as you paint, to really get you inspired as you paint!

Of course, that being said, there are also other art jam cafes that you may consider if Heartroom Gallery is too out of the way for you!

It is S$38 per person for 2.5 hours, and opens daily from 10am – 9.30pm. Heartroom Gallery is located at Block 44 Owen Road, #01-311, Singapore 210044, and contactable at 9672 7849. For more information, click here.

36. Start Yoga or Pilates classes together

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Sweat it out with your bae by doing a calming bout of yoga or intense Pilates where the two of you can learn something new together while also toning your body to get #bodygoals and be the #fitspocouple that everyone aspires to be.

Can’t decide between yoga or Pilates? Check out our article on the differences between yoga and Pilates! Also, find a studio for yourself among the top 12 Pilates studios in Singapore.

37. Scrapbook your memories together

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A rather clichéd, traditional idea, but has definitely stood the testament of time.

Unleash your creative juices as you and your partner piece your fondest memories together, condensed in a cutesy book, or styled however you want.

It will definitely be hard work but the journey will be all worth it when you finish it together!

38. Volunteer together at animal shelters

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Considering getting a pet with the S.O?

Soften your S.O.’s heart by bringing him or her to volunteer together at animal shelters, where they’ll be getting an endless amount of furry cuddles that’ll be sure to convince the two of you to bring at least one lucky furry friend – be it a small, fluffy Pomeranian, or a loyal Golden Retriever – to their forever home.

Check out shelters like SPCA, Causes for Animals, SOSD, Animal Lovers League, and other shelters to help out these furry friends for a good cause!

Note: That being said, please think very carefully before bringing a furry friend home!

Related: Volunteer opportunities: 26 charities and non-profit organisations you can lend your help to

45. Donate blood together

Although it does not sound like the most romantic date you can have, helping to save lives together makes for a very meaningful date idea  that you will certainly remember for a long time to come.

After all, you are saving three lives each with every round of donation you make – that’s not something all couples can boast of when they go on dates!

For more information on blood donation, click here.

40. Read at a library

Going on a date together doesn’t necessarily mean that you cannot have your own me-time.

For introverts and bibliophiles, nothing beats being able to immerse yourself in a book or magazine that you love with your favourite person next to you.

41. Learn a new language together


If you dream of being proficient in a new language, why not get your significant other to learn and practise it with you?

Pick a language that both of you are interested in, and then attend a class at a language center or even learn it by yourselves as a personal challenge.

You two may not eventually become experts in the language, but you get to learn something useful while spending quality date time together – now what could be better than that?

42. Attend a cooking class


Have a dish that you always wanted to cook but could never nail it? Or simply want to pick up some cooking skills to whip up a good meal for your other half?

A cooking class is a great way to prepare delicious dishes with your S.O. without having to clean up the mess at home or risk having your kitchen burned down.

You even get to eat and bring home the food that both of you painstakingly made – a win-win situation!

43. Create something together at a craft workshop


Be it leather goods, miniature clay art, or pottery, there’s definitely one type of craft that will appeal to you.

It is also extra meaningful when you and your beau create handicrafts that you can gift to each other as keepsakes of the fun times you spend together.

44. Go on photo walks all over the island


Love snapping photos for the ‘gram? Here’s a challenge that both of you can take up: taking photographs in different parts of Singapore!

This date idea will definitely appeal to photography enthusiasts who can take the time to hone their skills.

To spice things up, you can also compete with your other half to see who can shoot better photos – don’t forget to upload the shots online and let your friends be the judge!

45. Gaze at the stars in the night sky


Thought star-gazing wouldn’t be possible in light-saturated Singapore? Get familiar with the cosmos and stars to enjoy a romantic stargazing session with your beau at the Singapore Science Centre Observatory.

Every Fri (except public holidays), 7.45pm – 10pm at the Singapore Science Centre Observatory. For more details, click here. Check the link for latest dates and ticketing information. It can be very competitive, so you may want to add yourself to the waiting list to immediately secure tickets once it’s available.

46. Pretend to be tourists


Explore Singapore and do it in style. Visit popular shopping destinations on a luxurious limousine, walk along Joo Chiat and find some of the best eateries you can go back to again and again, and try the famous Hokkien Mee at the popular Kim’s Place.

This is available at S$100 and you can book the experience on Klook.

47. Make your own bath bomb


Already booked a staycation and looking forward to spending time in the room, including a relaxing bath-time?

Sure, you can simply head to the store and buy a bath bomb off the shelves, but why not make it extra special by making your own?

You’ll get to choose the scent you prefer and enjoy a hassle-free session with your partner as all necessary tools and materials needed for making a bath bomb will be provided.

The workshop is available at S$64 and you can book through Klook.

48. Compete at an arcade


Remember those days you spent after-school hours at an arcade with your friends fighting baddies, shoot some hoops, or racing? Bring it back with your partner by visiting an arcade – this time you don’t have to worry about changing out of your school uniforms to enter one!

If you’re wondering which one to go to, consider the newly opened Timezone at Westgate, the arcade chain’s largest outlet in Singapore.

49. Attend a perfume-making workshop


Learn everything you need to know about fragrances and craft your own scent at Oo La Lab, a craft fragrance lab.

The hands-on workshop helps you know what it’s really like to be a perfumer and you’ll get to create and take home your very own scent. Make one for yourself or make one for your partner!

This is available at S$78 and you can book the experience through Klook.

50. Cable Car Sky Dining


Sure, we said that dinner dates can get boring – but not this one.

Dine in your own private “room” on a cable car, feasting on a four-course dinner. Book it at the right time and you’ll get to enjoy the sunset followed fabulous night view of the Mount Faber Park, Universal Studios, and Resorts World Sentosa.

This is available from S$153 and you can book the experience through Klook.

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