Located in Southeast Asia, this city is known for its quality stores, cleanliness, order, progressive mindset and more.
Like any other rich and cosmopolitan city, it is home to numerous designer stores, luxury hospitality, world class restaurants and a varied nightlife.
City of superlatives, spending your honeymoon in Singapore, means choosing the best!
The city, a mixture of west and east, hosts many outdoor events, with bands, dance festivals and popular entertainment.
The honeymooners will find very good energy and great hospitality!
One of the most modern nations on the continent, this Asian tiger is high-tech by nature. Its streets are clean and organized, its transportation system is ultra-efficient, shopping centers are spread around every corner and its buildings leave nothing to be desired for those in cities like New York or Tokyo.
Singapore is home to the largest airport and the largest ferris wheel in the world, the tallest swimming pool, the hotel with the most expensive construction, the busiest port, where there is more reason for fines and the highest concentration of millionaires, best airline, Singapore Airlines – which, by the way, is controlled by the government.
The highlight is the exquisite and friendly attendance of the flight attendants, who wear a typical and very elegant uniform – “Sarong Kebaya” – created by the renowned French fashion designer Pierre Balmain.
The island has a recent history. It was only in 1965 that it became completely independent (it was once a British colony and part of Malaysia) and, in the past two decades, it experienced an economic boom worthy of an Asian tiger.
Today, the country has the fourth highest GDP per capita on the planet and has become a luxury shopping center.
One of the countless stores of the French Louis Vuitton, for example, is on the waters of the marina, which is one of the city’s postcards.
Many things happen in this incredibly immersive city, especially in the gastronomic part.
It is easy to find good food, be it for its mix of flavors, with Malaysian ingredients and Indian spices.
Street vendors are easily found, offering delicious cuisine and a unique treatment.
The couple should make sure to try the crab with peppers, chicken rice and their fish porridge.
Singapore pleases couples looking for an unprecedented and cosmopolitan place, but with a strong influence on Asian customs and traditions.
There is a lot to see in the city, a true paradise!
This region is perhaps the one that has changed the most in recent times.
The region is formed by the Marina Bay Sands Hotel complex (hotel, shopping, casino, theater, art and science museum, observation deck, theater and floating pavilions), The Float (a floating multipurpose stage), Esplanade Theaters (with shapes inspired by Durian, a symbol of Singapore), by Merlion (Singapore’s symbol that is half lion, half fish), Singapore Fyer (largest ferris wheel in the world), Suntec City Mall, historic buildings (among them The Fullerton Haritage) and the famous fountain.
Marina Bay is a U-shaped region and allows for a wonderful walk including the new architectural icons of the city.
More for the future, the region will receive more icons, such as Gardens by the Bay (a botanical garden covered by 3 large glass domes), which has already started to be build, an express way under the seabed and Asia Square (one more hotel and shopping).
It is the largest ferris wheel in the world, with 28 meters in length, composed of 28 air-conditioned capsules that support 28 people at the same time.
These are things that only Feng Shui and oriental culture explain.
To give you an idea, the direction of rotation of the ferris wheel has been modified to bring more prosperity to the city and to follow the precepts of Feng Shui.
A complete tour takes about 30 minutes, offering several wonderful views of the city.
The boxes (with green roof) are located at the base of the building, which are used during the Formula 1 night race in Singapore.
River Bumboat Ride
It is another angle, another tour, for those who want to know Singapore.
It is done by a modern boat dressed as a traditional vessel, making a tour around the various wharves of the city until reaching the Barreage Marina, where it is possible to have another angle of the main architectural landmarks of the city, located in the Singapore River and Marina Bay complexes.
The city has some neighborhoods or ethnic blocks that are worth visiting.
Because Singapore is a multicultural city, you can often be in an ethnic neighborhood and end up finding a remarkable temple from another culture.
Arav Quater or Muslim Quarter or Kampong Glam
In this block is located a beautiful mosque, the Sultan Mosque. Especially in the mall that leads in front of the mosque and in the surroundings, you will find a series of shops and restaurants.
“There is a small immersion in the Muslim world, mainly in the Malay / Indonesian version of Islam”.
It will be like a more organized and clean India, which the bride and groom will find, without losing smells and colors.
There are also clothes, spices, music, jewelry, incense and Indian restaurants for all tastes.
“One of the highlights is the Little India Arcade, where the Mustafa Center is located.”
There the couple will find 100% Chinese products, from food, to medicines, decoration pieces and clothes.
It is the Singapore Botanic Garden, which is a great option for those who want to go for a walk, practice physical activity or even just enjoy a calmer environment.
The garden has an area for the little ones, Jacob Ballas Children’s Gargen.
Remembering that entry to the botanical garden is free.
There is a nursery, waiting for orchid lovers, but in this part, the entrance is paid.
Singapore has several museums.
The most recommended are the National Museum of Singapore and the Asian Civillisations Museum.
National has two sectors. In the first, he presents a little of the city’s history through old photos of families, food, accounts of lives and clothes. In the second, it represents another trip to the history of the city, but presented in a more traditional way.
It is a street / avenue where shopping malls seem to be queuing.
It is very worthwhile to check out Orchard Road, even if you do not have the goal of shopping.
Tiong Bahru Market
Local public market filled with shops selling seafood, fruits, meat, fish and handicrafts.
There is a small Hawker on the top floor.
It is a region that is receiving new investments, an island dedicated only to leisure.
At the end of the afternoon there is a nice pyrotechnic show with lights, projection and fireworks display by the sea.
Marina Bay Sands
This is the most famous hotel, considered an icon of the city and that can be seen from all over the bay.
A luxury hotel, casino and shopping complex, strategically located on the bay, close to the “Formula 1” street circuit. It is huge and very busy.
It became famous for offering the tallest swimming pool in Asia, located on the 57th floor, in the rooftop area, with an infinite border, where you have the feeling of being swimming over the city, with a view of the most spectacular in the world.
It is for the exclusive use of guests, but the place can also be visited by tourists who wish to visit The Club bar at Marina Bay Sands or the sophisticated Night Club Pangea.
Considered as one of the most luxurious hotels in Asia and the world, the Shangri-La Hotel is located in an area of 15 acres of botanical garden and a short walk from the shopping and entertainment belt of Orchard Road 750 luxury apartments increase the feeling of grandeur.