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Post by Matt29 » Wed, 28 Jun 2006 11:04 am

hi! has anyone tried like the restaurants atp Mount Faber? There's Glasse Bar and Altivo... I heard they're good, perfect for a romantic dinner and gazing at the strs after that!

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Post by petronas » Wed, 28 Jun 2006 11:35 am

there are indeed many romantic places in singapore..

hmm..i've tried some restaurants which i think is quite romantic..

1) breeze @ the scarlet hotel. its at erskine road near club street. the restaurant is located on the rooftop of the hotel. firstly, the hotel itself is kinda cool. boutique hotel. so perhaps u can book a night there?

2) the cliff @ sentosa spa and resort. like someone in the thread mentioned earlier, if u booked early, u can get a table with a nice view of the waters...

3) il lido @ sentosa golf club. also has a nice view of the sea and even the surrounding islands on a clear day.

the thing with sentosa, after ur meal, u can take walk down the beaches jus the 2 of you.. its pretty quiet at nite.. or if u want some dancing and some activity, there's a few bars at siloso beach. but i prefer tanjong beach's km8. have seen a few expats here before..

4) plus u can try the restaurants at robertson quay or mohamed sultan.. after that, the 2 of u can have a quiet time walking down robertson quay or something. its pretty quiet compared to clarke quay or boat quay..

tell us how it went ya? :)

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Post by petronas » Wed, 28 Jun 2006 11:40 am

daniaduncan wrote:We have also considered going to Batam.....any advice on that?
been to the holiday inn at batam a few times.. well, to me there's nothing much in batam. my company had this mini trip there to r&r. the spa services there are not bad either.. try the couple packages..

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Post by Charlatan » Thu, 29 Jun 2006 6:56 am

petronas wrote:there are indeed many romantic places in singapore..

hmm..i've tried some restaurants which i think is quite romantic..

1) breeze @ the scarlet hotel. its at erskine road near club street. the restaurant is located on the rooftop of the hotel. firstly, the hotel itself is kinda cool. boutique hotel. so perhaps u can book a night there?

2) the cliff @ sentosa spa and resort. like someone in the thread mentioned earlier, if u booked early, u can get a table with a nice view of the waters...

3) il lido @ sentosa golf club. also has a nice view of the sea and even the surrounding islands on a clear day.

the thing with sentosa, after ur meal, u can take walk down the beaches jus the 2 of you.. its pretty quiet at nite.. or if u want some dancing and some activity, there's a few bars at siloso beach. but i prefer tanjong beach's km8. have seen a few expats here before..

4) plus u can try the restaurants at robertson quay or mohamed sultan.. after that, the 2 of u can have a quiet time walking down robertson quay or something. its pretty quiet compared to clarke quay or boat quay..

tell us how it went ya? :)
Your comments on Sentosa are my experience as well... sadly, every time I have been there (staying at the Beaufort) I have been alone. I am looking forward to taking my wife there when we get to Singapore...

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Post by voom » Mon, 10 Jul 2006 2:15 pm

I love doing this,

book a room at HangOut @ Mt.Emily

buy prata, mac.donald and liquor frm cold storage

eat in room, watch TV

got internet access there, movies, and a nice rooftop.

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Post by jpatokal » Mon, 10 Jul 2006 10:58 pm

voom wrote:buy prata, mac.donald and liquor frm cold storage
eat in room, watch TV
Can I ask what you do on an unromantic evening? :o

My top pick is still Halia in the Botanical Gardens. Au Jardin Les Amis is a bit too pretentious for me, but hey, if you're feeling loaded...
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Post by emiko08 » Mon, 10 Jul 2006 11:44 pm

jpatokal wrote: Can I ask what you do on an unromantic evening? :o

My top pick is still Halia in the Botanical Gardens. Au Jardin Les Amis is a bit too pretentious for me, but hey, if you're feeling loaded...
ok. bring me there :P

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Post by bling bling » Tue, 11 Jul 2006 9:51 am

All you really need for romance is a place that makes you feel confortable and inspires conversation. So it doesnt really matter how much you spend... Here are some places and suggestions for romantic under $30 a person, without wine of course!

Portobelle Restaurant on Killiney Road (You can always head to Barstop which is around the corner for a place to lounge and have some refreshments after)

The Turquoise Room (Restored black & white, which is set in lush surroundings)

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