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26-Jun-2017 08:45

If you’re the adventurous sort, go for a trek or take on the park’s cycling trails.

You can rent a bike from Go Cycling at Punggol Jetty (SGD 8 for 2 hours).

Nature-lovers, how about some bird-watching at Coney Island Park?

The park’s many different habitats are home to an expansive range of stunning flora and fauna, including an impressive diversity of bird species.

Creep yourself out big time: Those haunted places from the True Singapore Ghost Stories?

Set aside a weekly date with the animals at the SPCA.

At Willing Hearts, you can go down to one of their soup kitchens and spend a day helping to prepare, pack and deliver meals to the needy. Check out the Salvation Army for some unexpected thrifted treasures you might find. Improvisation: Watch a movie together on mute and make up fun stuff as you go along! Catch the sunrise at our Bedok Jetty – cliche I know, but when was the last time you actually did it? Book a sleazy hotel at Geylang just for the heck of it. Explore the other Singapore islands (and I don’t mean Sentosa) – did you know Singapore has over 60 islands?! All you need to do is find a parking spot with a good view, tune into the FM radio station and snuggle up for a movie date with a difference.Treat yourself to a private chef In the land of fantastic domestic help this might seem like a misnomer, but we think that booking a private chef and wait staff to arrange an intimate feast ramps up the romance factor and seals the deal on a special night.Enjoy kite-flying on the lush, open green, followed by a picnic.The cherry on top: all this comes with a spectacular view of the Marina Bay and Singapore skyline.

At Willing Hearts, you can go down to one of their soup kitchens and spend a day helping to prepare, pack and deliver meals to the needy. Check out the Salvation Army for some unexpected thrifted treasures you might find. Improvisation: Watch a movie together on mute and make up fun stuff as you go along! Catch the sunrise at our Bedok Jetty – cliche I know, but when was the last time you actually did it? Book a sleazy hotel at Geylang just for the heck of it. Explore the other Singapore islands (and I don’t mean Sentosa) – did you know Singapore has over 60 islands?!

All you need to do is find a parking spot with a good view, tune into the FM radio station and snuggle up for a movie date with a difference.

Treat yourself to a private chef In the land of fantastic domestic help this might seem like a misnomer, but we think that booking a private chef and wait staff to arrange an intimate feast ramps up the romance factor and seals the deal on a special night.

Enjoy kite-flying on the lush, open green, followed by a picnic.

The cherry on top: all this comes with a spectacular view of the Marina Bay and Singapore skyline.

A handful of these foodie havens we’ve mentioned will be offering some pretty cool value-for-money promotional deals that you might want to watch out for.