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Singapore Honeymoons

Well-organised, spotless and orderly, this island city state has a squeaky clean reputation which makes it a delight for tourists to discover on their luxury Singapore honeymoon. With English widely spoken and an easy-to-navigate transport system, Singapore is perhaps the most accessible of Asia’s grand cities.

Above all, Singapore is a culturally rich, multi-ethnic mix of Chinese, Malay, Indian and other influences, all of whom retain a strong sense of tradition and identity against the backdrop of modern Singapore. Famed for its fantastic shopping, Orchard Road still consists of miles and miles of malls, with most international brand names found here. Many hotels line this strip and it remains busy throughout the day. Other key shopping areas include Marina and Suntec, both near the financial district. For smaller shops and a more traditional atmosphere, the areas of Little India, Chinatown and Arab Street are a world away from the glass-panelled malls and international coffee houses of Orchard Road. Sim Lim Square is also famed for its array of electronic goods.

Although space is at a premium on this crowded island, nature lovers can still find respite from the skyscrapers and malls on their Singapore luxury honeymoon. A particular highlight is the Singapore Botanic Gardens, with some lovely outdoor walks, a dedicated orchid garden and an excellent restaurant. The Jurong Bird Park, the Butterfly Park and the Night Safari offer an opportunity for more outdoor activities.

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Culture

Singapore culture

For culture lovers, Singapore also offers some of Asia’s best museums, including the fantastic Asian Civilisations Museum, which traces the history of cultures across the continent and the newly renovated National Museum of Singapore. The Chinatown Heritage Centre is also an interesting museum, dedicated to the crowded shophouse style living of the turn-of-the-century immigrants from mainland China. The unmistakable Esplanade Theatre, with its durian-like architecture, also hosts world-class concerts and has fabulous acoustics.

Food is also a huge draw for visitors to Singapore with a mouth-watering and extensive array of cuisines on offer. Naturally, Singaporean restaurants excel chiefly at Asian food, in particular Malay or Indian curries, Chinese food and classics such as dim sum. Famous dishes such as Hainanese chicken and rice can be sampled anywhere, from a top-class restaurant to one of Singapore’s iconic hawker centres. Some of Singapore’s most interesting cuisine can be found at fusion restaurants – particularly the regional Peranakan cuisine, which is a fusion of Malay and Chinese food and is absolutely delicious.

Singapore is also home to some of Southeast Asia’s best nightlife, in particular the lively Quays and Mohammed Sultan Road – choose a hip bar at Robinson Quay, dine out in Boat Quay or take a junk ride on the river from Clarke Quay. Singapore also offers super clubs such as Zouk, which has gained recognition on the international party circuit. Finally, if the city gets too much for you, cross by cable car to Sentosa Island, or take the ferry to nearby Indonesia.

Specialists

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Singapore honeymoon inspiration
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“Singapore makes an excellent twin-centre with places like Thailand, Indonesia, Australia and the South Pacific, or even the Maldives. It can even be the destination in itself! Its blend of history and culture with the new and cutting-edge makes Singapore a dynamic and vibrant city. Shop in luxurious malls or back-street markets in Chinatown or dine in style at one of the many fine restaurants. Make sure you take in the spectacular Gardens by the Bay and have a Singapore Sling at Raffles, too!” Daisy Wilson, Singapore travel specialist

Head to our blog CANVAS for more inspiration, insider secrets and diaries from our team on Singapore Honeymoons.
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