Unusual Valentine’s Day Ideas: Have A Memorable Time With Bae

Unusual Valentine's Day Date Ideas
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Valentine’s Day is approaching, and thankfully, as we are in phase three, meetups to celebrate it together are possible. From axe throwing to dining with the pandas in the zoo, here are some unusual Valentine’s date ideas you can try this Valentine’s Day. Parents can decide to do some of these activities on their own (with kids appropriately taken care of) or some of these are activities that you can bring the kids along too as well! 


Unusual Valentine’s Day Date Ideas

Splatter House

Splatter House
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Not the same as your usual art jamming session, Spatter House invites you and your date to show off your creativity while letting loose in Singapore’s only splatter paint studio. Play with high-quality and child-safe tempera paints with no rules, no boundaries, and no stress. Find out more about this fun activity here.


Season Of Love Race

Season Of Love Race
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Get your hearts racing and butterflies in your stomach ‘Season of Love’ Virtual Series 2021 by42Race. Happening from 12 to 14 February and again on 12 to 14 March, celebrate Valentine’s Day by spending some quality time with your loved one by challenging them to the track or taking a sunset jog around Singapore’s most romantic spots. You get to set the time, place and pace! Participants can get some exclusive couple jewellery as part of their race pack. Sign up here


Cruise On The Tall Ship

Tall Ship
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Go on a unique sailing experience onboard Singapore’s only luxury Tall Ship, a 4-masted 22-sail super-yacht! There are various packages to choose from and some allow you to use your SingapoRediscovers Voucher. Enjoy food and free flow soft drinks onboard the luxurious cruise while enjoying fabulous views such as a beautiful sunset or watch the city light up as darkness falls! Check out more here.


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Eat with the Pandas

Want a unique dining experience this Valentines Day? Why not celebrate CNY and Valentine’s Day at the same time? River Safari has a Lunch with Pandas programme where you can get a personally guided journey through the Panda Forest to learn about Giant Pandas and enjoy a celebratory 6-course reunion meal after. The last day of this programme is on 14 February 2021, so you can turn it into an unusual Valentine’s Day date. More details here.


Go for a leather making workshop

leather making workshop
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Crafting leather goods and products from scratch and show off your style through this leather making workshop! You can further personalise it through debossing or hot-stamping initials, dates, or personalised phrases on the leather. Bring home a Ketupat or Rice Dumpling coin pouch or design one with your significant other in mind! Book this date here.


Go Axe Throwing

Axe throwing
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Experience the thrill of throwing axes in Singapore’s first-ever axe throwing range! Learn from the pros the proper and safest way to throw an axe at a target as well as the physics behind a successful throw before aiming for a bullseye. It’s a great workout as well as a great way to get any pent up stress out in a healthy way! Check out more here.


Terracotta pot painting

Terracotta pot painting
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Decorating a living space with plants has become increasingly popular and if you have many plants, try decorating the space even more by going for a terracotta pot painting workshop. Here you will get free usage of the acrylic paints and stencils. You can also choose a plant and have it repotted. Book a slot here.

Have a wonderful Valentine’s Day date!

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