Singapore Honeymoon Tours

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The Merlion in Singapore

One of the most beautiful countries in the South East Asia, Singapore a globally acclaimed tourism destination is fastly emerging as honeymooner’s paradise. Singapore has lots of remarkable attractions indeed the country is famous for shopping and sky-scrappers with dazzling vibrancy but to add the success story to the initial beginning of the newly married life the country provides wonderful destination and attractions to see and explore sharing intimate time being together.

Singapore honeymoon tours takes you to some of the glittering attraction of this beautiful country that include the temples, natural beauty, beautiful and spectacular beaches, scintillating Islands, bird park and to bustling malls & markets and exotic restaurant that serves delicious and lip-smacking cuisine and fusion food. Apart from all the luxurious accommodation facilities, warm hospitality, easy accessibility of the tourism destinations and on top the amiable climatic conditions of Singapore make it truly a perfect place for honeymoon.

Key Attractions to Visit on Your Singapore Honeymoon with Your Soulmate

The Merlion in Singapore

The Merlion in Singapore
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It is the enduring iconic attraction of Singapore that never fails to impress the heart of the tourists or the couples who come for Singapore tour from the entire corner of the world.

Sentosa Island

Sentosa Island
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Sentosa Island which has a special meaning “Peace and Tranquility” is one of the most visited tourists attraction in Singapore. Reaching this beautiful Island is itself full of fun if you take cable car drive or a ferry ride. Santosa Island is one of the happening destinations and has something for everyone especially beach lovers, family vacationer and couples. Santosa Island will offer you with fond memories that you will love to cherish it for lifetime and truly speaking the charm and beauty that is holds is incomparable by any of the tourism destination in the world.

In Sentosa Island there are lots of things to see, enjoy and explore. Visit to the Dolphin Lagoon next to the Palawan Beach in the Southern Coast of the Santosa Island, Tiger Sky Tower, Butterfly Park and one of the world’s largest oceanarium to see 2500 marine and fresh water animals of 250 different species from all over the world and insect kingdom having 3000 species of insects from all over the world. Apart from all these you can enjoy long romantic walk with your beloved, share romantic talk sitting arm in arm basking in the sun or treasure remarkable experience indulging in water fun activities in the pristine water of the sea. Truly Santosa is one of the most favored tourist’s destination visited by around 5 million tourists and honeymoon couples round the year to explore the beauty of this pristine Sentosa Island.

Jurong Bird Park

Jurong Bird Park
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Jurong Bird Park the top notch attraction in Singapore is one of the worlds open concept park with more than 8000 birds of 600 different species. Here one can see varied species of birds as well as enjoy the beauty of the nature and the tranquility that never fails to mesmerize the tourists. Here couples can have wonderful time of their honeymoon in Singapore viewing the varied species of birds, birds show and the exotic beauty of the nature that entertains one and all on their visit to this famous and the largest aviary in Pacific Asia.

Apart from these top tourist destinations, Singapore has many other which are worth to visit and explore. Beside these the welcoming people, wonderful climatic conditions, blissful ambiance and the luxurious accommodation facilities and on top the warm hospitality make Singapore the paradise for the newly wedded couples for the celebration of their honeymoon holidays. Plan your honeymoon with us booking our tailor made Singapore honeymoon packages made after detailed research with included facilities and top romantic lovers spot to make the honeymoon Singapore the most cherished moments for the newly wedded couples or the honeymooner’s.

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Parmeshwar Dass, works with Atlas Travel. An avid travel enthusiast by nature, he brings his characteristic zeal and sincerity to all projects he involves himself in. His videography and photography reflect his urge to help fellow travelers who embrace the pleasures and perils of journeys just for the sense of adventure and newness they bring to our otherwise monotonous lives.

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