Top Singapore Honeymoon or Babymoon Staycation Ideas
Need a reason for a romantic staycation in Singapore? If you are celebrating an engagement, anniversary, wedding, or baby on the way—go right ahead and book that honeymoon or babymoon staycation!
But why wait for a milestone moment? For busy couples, a staycation is the perfect way to pencil in quality time together.
If you are planning a Singapore local vacation for two, keep the sparks alive by trying something new. Here is our Singapore local getaway guide for couples, which includes:
- Where to Stay during Your Singapore Local Staycation
- Top Singapore Local Places of Interest for Honeymooners
- Best Singapore Places to Visit during your Babymoon
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With its excellent central location, Pan Pacific Singapore is within walking distance to Singapore’s most iconic sights. Book a room with us, and the city will be all yours to explore — from the buzzy Orchard Road to the scenic Botanic Gardens.
Let your love bloom in our newly refurbished “garden-in-a-hotel.” From an intimate tête-à-tête in our illuminated sculptural pavilions to an epicurean experience in our all-day dining restaurant, framed by glass greenhouses, the stage for true romance is set.
PARKROYAL COLLECTION Pickering, Singapore
Go wild with affection and enjoy a refreshing stay at the World’s Leading Green City Hotel. Get the most out of your couple’s staycation with a host of complimentary activities, including cooking or mixologist classes during the week, and yoga sessions or an architecture tour on the weekends. Or venture out into Chinatown for classic hawker fare and hidden cultural gems.
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Enjoy a fun-filled getaway for two at a top hotel in Little India, where there is never a dull moment. It is your chance to explore new places, go on a spicy culinary adventure, or join a tour to learn something meaningful.
Kindle your romantic fires at our thoughtfully appointed serviced apartments on Beach Road. Suitable for short or extended stays, you can unwind in the comforts of home or head out to soak up the atmosphere of the vibrant Arab Street enclave.
What to Do in Singapore on Your Honeymoon Staycation
Still buzzed from the wedding? The honeymoon staycation is your time for relaxation, alongside your newly appointed partner-for-life. Keep your plans fuss-free with a classic dinner-and-movie date, or up the ante with these itinerary suggestions:
Greet the Morning with Your Better Half
Early-rising lovebirds: why not start your day at the break of dawn? The best central locations for sunrise viewing include Marina Barrage, Merlion Park, East Coast Park, and Mount Faber. Find out more on our Destination Insights guide for the best spots to view the sunrise.
Step Back in Time for a Retro Adventure
Have a soft spot for all things nostalgic? Leave your modern trappings behind as you visit a coffee roasting factory, a traditional bakery, and a shop where religious paper offerings are made. Visit Klook for details.
Be Showered with Blessings at the Temple of Love
For a happy marriage, you can seek divine intervention at Singapore’s very own temple of love. Known as the Yueh Hai Ching Temple, or the Guangdong Calm Sea Temple, this is where some locals go to pray for a partner or boost their chances of getting hitched. But since you have been there and done that, you can express your hopes for everlasting love or a desired number of children. (The Yueh Hai Ching Temple opens daily from 8.00am to 5.00pm.)
Pair Modern Art with a Michelin-Approved Dinner
If you are visiting the Yueh Hai Ching Temple near closing time, take a languid evening stroll along the Singapore River to get to the National Gallery. Here, you can ruminate on Southeast Asian art and enjoy a classy dinner at in-house French restaurant Odette—one of two restaurants in Singapore with three Michelin stars.
Let Sparks Fly at an Intimate Candlelight Concert
Fancy an aural aphrodisiac? Imagine the music of classical greats (such as Chopin, Beethoven, and Vivaldi) brought to life by local virtuosos—in an intimate setting bathed in candlelight. It will put you in the mood for love, so do book your Candlelight Concert tickets here.
Shout Your Love from a Rooftop (Farm)
The Sundowner is an urban farm and lounge, perched atop a conserved shophouse in the Siglap restaurant belt. Pop in for a sunset lounge session to enjoy a welcome drink and use the BBQ pit, or book the rooftop farm experience, which includes an organic farming class, a bee encounter, and farm-to-table tastings.
Celebrate Happily Ever After with an Instagram-Worthy Picnic
Lay out a lovey-dovey picnic by the beach at sunset, but go the extra mile by making it picture-perfect. Thankfully, you can now leave the decorating to the experts, and focus on taking care of the food. Visit Klook to view recommended locations and book a picnic set-up service.
Sail Away in the Sunset
Treat the love of your life to an unforgettable dinner date onboard the Royal Albatross, a luxury tall ship. Take in the sea breeze while sipping a complimentary welcome aperitif, before a sumptuous international three-course dinner is served to your private table on the upper deck!
Enter the Strange World of Multi-sensory Dining
Have you heard of immersive dining? It is a form of interactive dining where you, the guest, are part of the performance space. The objective? To fully engage all of your senses by weaving food together with storytelling, lighting, music, and more. Think of it as a marriage of food and fantasy, and you can sign up for the adventure at Andsoforth.
Have a Spine-Chilling Night Out
Tired of saccharine-sweet experiences? Take a nocturnal walk by candlelight through some of Singapore’s creepiest sites, including a Japanese laboratory with a history of massacres. As a bonus, you will even get a chance to use ghost-detecting equipment to locate otherworldly presences around you! Strictly for couples who are not easily spooked—get details on Klook.
Where to Go in Singapore during your Babymoon Staycation
Have a baby on the way? An exhilarating—and infinitely rewarding—journey awaits you! In the meantime, pregnancy can be physically taxing, and a babymoon is the perfect opportunity to experience the beauty of slow living. Here are some activities to put you in the right frame of mind:
Experience Renewal at the St. Gregory Spa
Pick a rejuvenating massage or relieve physical ailments and discomforts with a suite of healing therapies, including Ayurveda and Traditional Chinese Medicine. For mums-to-be, do inform the spa about your pregnancy concerns, so they can recommend the most appropriate service.
Get your Buffet Fix at Peppermint
For guests at PARKROYAL COLLECTION Marina Bay: do try the all-you-can-eat farm-to-table buffet at the in-house restaurant Peppermint! If you prefer an intimate setting, you can book a private dining room, which overlooks the hotel’s lush atrium garden.
Nursing an appetite for greens? Order salads fresh from Peppermint’s urban farm, or browse the vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options on the a la carte menu.
Shop for Baby’s Needs
Just getting started putting baby items together? Begin your shopping spree at The Better Toy Store for environmentally friendly and award-winning toys, Cuckoo Little Lifestyle Store for nursery furnishings, and Woods in the Books for kiddy literature (because you can start reading to your precious in the womb).
Discover the Wonderful World of Food
Instead of simply heading out for a meal, how about trying some of the unusual gastronomic escapades offered by Wok ‘n’ Stroll? You could take a Street Art & Food Tour or a Michelin-Star Food Tour, or even learn how to capture food on film.
Meet Intriguing Personalities over Dinner
After baby arrives, your social life will grind to a halt, at least for a while. So, take the chance to meet interesting people right now! Book a spot for two at Jane’s Salon Evenings at Home, where you can mingle with personalities in the arts, politics, and business, to find out how they view the world, and what drives their passion.
Take Couple Shots on an Instawalk
Hoping to capture pregnancy moments to commemorate this season of your lives? You can count on an influencer to show you some great photo spots—book an Instawalk Tour through Bugis, Waterloo, and Kampong Glam and get your smartphone ready!
Live Well with Wholesome Foods
Learn about foods that can nourish the body and soul, so that you can create the best meals for your little one. Join matriarch Mummy Soh and her family at their “One Kind House”—an urban farm, cooking school, and collaborative space. Together, you will prepare a three-course meal using traditional family recipes, and sit down to enjoy the meal while sharing stories. Rest assured that Mummy Soh will have plenty of parenting advice to pass on!
Explore a Hidden Gem Neighbourhood
Where is “Blair Plain” in Singapore? Comprising Everton Park, Spottiswoode Park, and Kampong Bahru Road, Blair Plain is a relatively small area that packs in plenty of history, culture, and style. Take a whimsical walk through this eclectic district to discover old-school eats, street art, and hole-in-the-wall cafes.
Celebrate Diversity in our City
Did you know there is a stretch of road in Singapore, no longer than 550m, where you can find elements of Christianity, Judaism, Hinduism, Buddhism, and Taoism? Join the Unity in Diversity tour to find out where this is, and discover the many different ways in which Singaporeans live in harmony with one another. This is certainly something to tell your child about in future!
Visit the Last Surviving Kampong in Singapore
Escape city life with a trip to Lorong Buangkok, the last village on mainland Singapore. You can even meet the residents of Lorong Buangkok and hear stories about kampong living. If you are lucky, you will also spot interesting wildlife that are rarely seen in other parts of Singapore. Hopefully, Lorong Buangkok will still be standing when your little one is old enough to visit!