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While most will appreciate the history of this modest-sized mound in the heart of the business district, the lovers will appreciate the discretion it provides with its lush foliage, shady trees, and wooden benches at lookout points in the park.
Climb to the highest point of Fort Canning with your lover and pick a seat under giant ancient trees while you have a long meaningful conversation, that might lead to some snogging. So you like hiking, but don't want to rough it out too much on a romantic date. We get it — it's important to look good on dates. Lucky there's the Learning Forest located in the Botanic Gardens, designed to integrate with the existing 6-hectare rainforest to form an enlarged forest habitat with well-made paths and walking trails so you don't really have to sweat it out that much.
Imagine this, strolling on the boardwalk and looking up at ancient trees while stealing kisses. Ah, Mother Nature gives its blessings. Heritage shophouses, al fresco dining, a liitle bit of history and new age energy, it's the perfect place for a date. All you cultured lovebirds would appreciate this one. Post-concert or theatre performance might leave you on a high and you might want to prolong the night. Maybe down some beers or share a bottle of wine and head to the rooftop. On quiet nights sit on the manicured lawns or find refuge under the small shade trees as you lock lips against the Marina Bay skyline.
That's if you hike up to the rooftop you gotta take the stairs at night. Bring a mat and park yourselves on the red-bricked boardwalks on the south side of the island, and fantasise about retiring on one of those yachts you see slicing through the water.
Even if no one's by your side aww… , it's worth a visit for some alone time. At 36m above Henderson Road, this highest pedestrian bridge in Singapore guarantees you an escape from the hustle and bustle of traffic. The dimly lit structure has hidden recesses and shell-like ridges where you can hide away from other couples for your slice of privacy. Okay, this one's tough to get to. But we promise it's worth it. First, walk down Emerald Hill until you hit Clemenceau Avenue.