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Christmas Date Ideas In Singapore 2021

Christmas Date Ideas In Singapore 2021

The coziest of date night ideas appear during the Christmas season. The beautiful Christmas decoration all around Singapore and joyous holiday spirit add a special level of love and romance to this season. For your consideration, we’ve compiled a list of our favorite romantic Christmas date ideas. There are many romantic things to do for couples all year, but these are especially appropriate for the holiday season. If you’re looking to bring your date to somewhere a little more special for the Christmas season, read on to get some ideas, and we guarantee at the end of the night you’ll both be happily under the mistletoe. 

  1. Snow Much Fun At The Rink

Nothing says romantic (and definitely a bit of fun) more than ice skating to kick off the cozy season. Pretend you’re in a holiday Hallmark movie with this activity that is sure to bring the both of you closer. Many people associate ice skating with romance. You can imagine the two people gliding as well as they can. One falls in slow motion… The other one is laughing, but with loving eyes that see the other as a little vulnerable. If you’re on a first date, it’s an even better idea as it gives you both a shared activity to avoid the awkwardness that comes with every first date. It’s a fantastic way to break the ice (pun intended.) 

For those interested, from 20 – 26 Dec, The Rink is selling tickets for their Christmas Package. 

Package includes:

🎄2hr Skating Admission with Skates Rental at $28 per pax

🎄Snowfall on Ice (last 5 minutes before the end of the session)

🎄The Rink Christmas Limited Edition Mask

You can purchase your tickets at bit.ly/TheRink-StandardTicket.

  1. Christmas Wonderland

Want to bask in the ambience of Christmas lights and catchy Christmas tunes? Singapore’s annual Christmas Wonderland is open for bookings! From December 3 to January 2, you can head down and witness the glorious eight magical light displays at Gardens By The Bay. Highlights include the seven-story-tall Spalliera, the romantic 44-metre Walk of Stars, and the beautiful Enchanted Bridge, which is illuminated with 100,000 LED lights. They’ve also got Supertree lights dancing to your favorite Christmas carols at the Supertree Grove. 

There will be light displays, Santa photo opportunities, carnival games, a double-story Venetian carousel, a Mistletoe Alley Market for gift shopping, the Garden Rhapsody light and sound show, and so much more. There’s definitely a lot of things to see and you’ll be moving back and forth to explore every exciting corner. 

Visitors must pre-book their visits due to capacity constraints and social distancing measures. Tickets start at $7 for adults and $5 for children and are available four times a day from 6.30pm to 9.30pm. Individual attractions, such as the Venetian Double-Storey Carousell, require separate tickets. Visit christmaswonderland.sg for more information on Christmas Wonderland.

  1. Christmas At Universal Studios Singapore

Head to the theme park for a joyous year-end celebration and indulge in all the festive feels. There’s plenty to look and see, even if you’ve already been to Universal Studios countless times (we’re guilty). The Christmas version of Universal Studios is sure to get you excited as there will be many new things for you to see. You’ll be enjoying musical meet-and-greets, trying thrill-seeking rides, and spotting your favorite characters on the streets. Get ready for the first look at Otto from the upcoming Minions 2: The Rise of Gru, as well as a chance to meet Sesame Street characters. Don’t forget to try the Universal Rockin’ Railway for Jurassic World, Shrek, and Minions-themed Christmas trees. Something new this year is you can also send Santa a letter and watch as the Postmaster Elf delivers it via the North Pole Postal Service! 

When you’re feeling hungry, you can also enjoy eating turkey legs, decadent macaroons and Christmas cookie trees all for your tasting pleasure. 

For tickets, you can visit Resorts World Sentosa.

  1. Pinkmas At Museum of Ice Cream Singapore 

From November 18 to January 9, the Museum of Ice Cream Singapore, with its 13 multi-sensory installations will be bursting with snowflakes, candy canes, pink trees, and interactive moments ranging from crafting ornaments and decorating the MOIC trees to tasting festive treats.

A fun activity you can try with your date is you can also search for the candy cane sprinkle hidden in MOIC NYC’s world-famous Sprinkle Pool for a special surprise. Guests are encouraged to bring new toys for Toys For Tots in exchange for an ice cream scoop and to dress in their pinkest Pinkmas attire to go with their Pinkmas theme. It’s definitely one for the books with this one because it’s a super special edition of Museum of Ice Cream Singapore. Get ready to post the fun times with your date for all their Instagram-worthy spots. 

  1. Christmas Jewel 

For those that enjoy making trips to Jewel,  you might enjoy their “Meet The World at Jewel This Christmas” exhibit. Taking place between November 19, 2021 and January 3, 2022, you will get to admire the 16-metre-tall Christmas tree before passing through an interactive arch that reveals whether you are Naughty or Nice this Christmas. The fun continues at the Tokidoki Snow Holiday, where you can play in the snow and ride the 12-meter-long snow luge. Be dazzled by unique christmas ornaments and decorations at Canopy Park and Petal Garden, where gift boxes light up to reveal the Christmas magic. Don’t forget to take a photo with the famous rain vortex in the background once you’ve popped out of the gift box. It would make for a great Christmas memory, one that you can look back and remember for years to come. It’s a gorgeous atmosphere to bask in the festive feels and a great place to bring your date for a day of romance, fun and adventure. It’s especially great for those who want to be in an enclosed area and enjoy the cool air-condition for the added Christmas feels. 

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