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Advice on fun couple activities in Singapore

Post by mikek » Mon, 11 Jun 2007 11:01 am

I just moved my family to Singapore last week.

This week is my 11th Anniversary. My wife wants to go out on a date without the kids. Any advice on where to take her?

She loves plays (musicals and dramas) and going dancing.

Thanks,
Mike

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Post by miss_jay » Mon, 11 Jun 2007 11:37 am

hmmm....

For plays, musicals and concerts, check out

www.esplanade.com.sg

There's a listing and lots of info.

If you want something unique - you can try taking her up the world's largest tethered hot-air balloon ride, haha...

http://www.visitsingapore.com/publish/s ... lloon.html

But you only get to be up there about 15 mins or so.

For great wining and dining, you can try Michaelangelo's at Holland Village. They have a REALLY extensive list of great wines and the food is pretty good. My man and I were there for our first anniversary and got the best table in the house! We had called in advance, and they reserved it for us. They also gave us a lovely tiramisu dessert when we told them it was our anniversary! Service was excellent. :)

http://singapore.menulog.com/michelangelos/

I hope that helped!

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Post by mikek » Tue, 12 Jun 2007 3:59 pm

Thanks for the reply. I looked at some of the events but nothing interested my wife. She's decided that we'll go to a nice restaurant, hit some dancing and enjoy some new places in Singapore.

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Post by ching » Sat, 30 Jun 2007 12:01 pm

Hi,

Hope you had a good anniversary date! The next time your wife wants to go dancing, try Union Square... it's a salsa club at the Amara Hotel shopping arcade.

Enjoy!
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