Honeymoons in Singapore

If you're looking for an active honeymoon which takes in plenty of sightseeing combined with great cuisine and a lively nightlife, then Singapore could be the perfect honeymoon location for you. Due to its multi cultural background, a tour around Singapore will reveal plenty a wide and varied cultural and culinary heritage around every corner.

A honeymoon in Singapore offers the newly married couple plenty of sights to see and activities to do. Regular flights from South Africa mean that you could be exploring this tiny island in just over 17 hours. Split into different cultural regions, it's like being in several countries all at the same time. Stroll around Little India which is the place to buy colourful saris, gold bangles and of course, spices. Explore the Buddhist temples of Chinatown where you'll see the largest Hindu temple in Singapore and lose yourself in the exotic Arab quarters. Take in a night safari at Singapore Zoo which reveals the mystery and drama of the tropical jungle under the stars or enjoy a dinner cruise on the Singapore Harbour.
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Singapore Overview

If you're looking for a honeymoon to indulge and be indulged then Singapore could be the perfect honeymoon location for you. With sophisticated hotels offering a fantastic level of service and an amazing choice of culinary delights, you'll feel truly pampered and spoilt. There are plenty of things to do and you definitely won't be bored.

Look beyond the tall skyscrapers that fill the sky and Singapore has much more to offer. Its multinational race of Chinese, Malay and Indian means that every corner of this tiny island has a unique feel to it. With regular flights from Canada, you could be experiencing this fabulous island in under 24 hours. Stroll around Chinatown where there's lots of massive Buddhist temples and oriental styled architecture to admire. Enjoy a dinner cruise on Singapore Harbour where you'll not only get great views of the harbour but also of Sentosa Island. Speaking of Sentosa Island, take a cable car ride there and you'll find some of the best beaches that Singapore has to offer and also Asia's largest tropical oceanarium. At night enjoy the vibrant atmosphere of Clarke Quay which of full of restaurants, night clubs and entertainment spots. With so much to do and see a honeymoon in Singapore will be absolutely magical.

Key Facts for Singapore

Currency: Singapore Dollar

Languages: English, Malay, Chinese, Tamil

Flight time: 18 hours from Toronto

When to Honeymoon in Singapore

When to go:
Singapore is warm and humid year-round with no distinct wet or dry season

Flight Information:
Singapore is approx 13 hours from London with direct flights operated by British Airways, Singapore Airlines and Qantas

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Getting Married in Singapore

If you're looking for a tiny island on which to get married that is buzzing by day and night and is full of multi cultural heritage and culinary delights then look no further than Singapore. Located at the southern tip of the Malayan Peninsular this island is much more than towering skyscrapers and well lit skies. Whether you'd like to get married in a beach front resort, an orchid garden, or a swanky hotel, weddings abroad in Singapore can cater for all tastes. With a myriad of stylish hotels with jaw dropping decors, all able to host your wedding and your reception after, you'll be spoilt for choice.

Marriage Requirements


The legal age for men and women to get married in Singapore is 21. At least one of the couple has to have been residing in Singapore for 15 continuous days before they can apply to get married. They can get married 21 days to 3 months after the notice has been filed, and they don't have to be continuously in the country during that time. The papers need to be taken to the Registry of Marriage in Singapore or an application can be made on line at www.rom.gov.sq. Valid passports are required and a couple may be asked for birth certificates. If they have been divorced or widowed, necessary papers to that effect will also be required. For more information visit http://app.rom.gov.sg/internet/reg_info/rom_marriage.asp

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