Looking for a romantic date spot that would impress your girl but not burn a hole in your pocket? 🤔
Catch the sunset with her! 🌇
The stunning sunset spots listed down in the article would not only impress your date, but you would also be fawning over the beautiful sceneries. 😍
If you’re stressed out and looking for a place to relax, this article is for you too.
Take a break from your stressful work and catch the sunset. As a saying goes, “Every Sunset Brings the Promise of a New Dawn”, everything would soon be fine! 🤗
❗ In line with Covid-19 regulations, please practice social distancing and put on your face mask when you’re outside!
With that, let’s begin!
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What comes to your mind when you hear the word Marina Barrage?
For most Singaporeans, I believe it’s kite-flying and picnic! The famous picnic spot offers a great scenery and it’s exceptionally beautiful during the evening. I must say that the place has stolen my heart! 🪁
Having a picnic with your loved-ones while watching the sunset? That’s something I’ll like very much!
📍 8 Marina Gardens Dr, S018951
Lower Seletar Reservoir Park
Photo Credit: Flickr, CW Quah
Other than kayaking and dragon boating, the Lower Seletar Reservoir Park is great for catching Sunsets too as they have benches along the reservoir for park goers to sit while enjoying the sunset.
The park is wheelchair accessible too, so everyone can come!
📍Yishun Ave 1, S769139
Marina at Keppel Bay
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At Keppel Bay, you would get to watch the sunset while enjoying the sea breeze.
They have restaurants with a great view at Keppel Bay, bring your date over for a meal after catching the sunset to impress her! 💑
📍2 Keppel Bay Vista, S098382
Woodlands Waterfront Park
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The Woodlands Waterfront Park is a 11-hectare park that is home to a large playground. There’s a wide range of equipment available at the playground, so parents could enjoy the sunset while the kids enjoy their time at the playground!
A great place for family to go to if parents hope to have some alone time!
📍Admiralty Rd W, S759956
Photo credits: @photobyomd12
Beach lovers, look over here! 🏖️
At Sembawang park, not only is there a huge playground for children, there’s also a beach where you could fish and swim at! 🏊♂️
If sports are not for you, sit by the beach and enjoy the sea breeze. You would also be able to see Johor Straits from here!
There are barbecue pits here for you to experience outdoor cooking too!
Photo credits: @kkf1953
The Changi Boardwalk is pretty not just in the evening, but all day long. Come by in the morning if you’re not free to do so in the evening!
📍7A Gosport Rd, S509710
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The Marina Bay is a well-known tourist attraction in Singapore. Most come here for the Marina Bay Sands, Art science Museum and the national day parade during every 9 August. (Oh, this is where River Hongbao is held too.)
However, I would recommend you to come over for the sunset, as not only it’s stunning, it is also free for all! 😊
(You need to pay to have a staycation in the MBS hotel, but you would not need to pay to watch the sunset!) 😛
📍Marina Bay, Singapore
Photo credits: @visualmancer
If sunrise is more for you, visit the Yishun Dam. 🌅
It’s located in a more “ulu” area, but bus 117 and 103 would take you here!
Ulu = A malay word used to describe a remote or deserted place
📍Yishun Ave 1, S769130
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I’m sure all of you would be familiar with Merlion, Singapore’s national icon. It’s a mythical animal with the head of a lion and body of a fish.
Most of us go to Merlion park for a photo with Merlion, but how many of us are there to watch the sunset? 📸
For a change, go there for the sunset! You would definitely not regret it!
📍1 Fullerton Rd, Singapore 049213
Kranji Reservoir Park
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Going to the Kranji Reservoir Park to watch the sunset is a must-do in life. The stunning scenery would definitely throw you off your feet.
You would also be able to see Johor Straits from the Kranji Reservoir Park. 👀
📍Along Kranji Way
Mount Faber Park
Photo credits: @touchdown599
Being the second highest hill in Singapore, it’s definitely one of the best places to watch the sunset. 🌇
It’s also where the cable car station is located at. Hop onto the cable car for dinner afterwards! 🚡
📍Junction of Kampong Bahru Road and Telok Blangah Rd, S099448
Punggol Waterway Park
Photo credits: Flickr, Erwin Soo
The 12.25 hectares riverine park is great for cyclists and joggers. The tracks at Punggol Waterway park are well maintained, so you would not have to worry about safety issues. 👍
You would also be able to catch the sunset during evening time.
Cycling while enjoying the sunset? I’m up for it! 🚴♂️
📍Sentul Cres, Singapore 821313
Calling all bird lovers! 🔊
This freshwater mushland in Singapore is home to 170 species of birds, as well as 54 species of butterflies and 33 species of dragonflies. 🦋
If you’re not interested in them, come here for the beautiful sunset instead!
❗ Do note that Kranji Marshes closes at 7 pm! 🕖
📍11 Neo Tiew Lane 2
Pasir Ris Park
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Located at along Pasir Ris Central, the Pasir Ris Park is just a 5 minutes walk away from the Pasir Ris MRT station.🚶♂️ How convenient is that for sunset or park lovers? 😀
📍 Along Pasir Ris Central, Opposite Pasir Ris MRT Station, S519639
Photo credits: @tr_digital
Home to a variety of habitats, there is so much to look and see in Coney Island.
Coney Island is also a place that bird lovers should not miss out on, as there are 80 species of birds to be found on Coney Island. 🐦
Be sure to catch the stunning sunset at Coney Island!
❗ Do note that Coney Island closes at 7 pm! 🕖
📍Next to Punggol Promenade Nature Walk
Tanjong Rhu Promenade
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Hate crowds? Tanjong Rhu Promenade is just right for you.
Located below the ECP highway, Tanjong Rhu Promenade is usually free from crowds.
Take a picture of the Tanjong Rhu Lookout Tower when the sunsets. The picture would come out so stunning that it would have all your family and friends asking for the location. 📸
📍Tanjong Rhu Bridge Flyover
East Coast Park
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Opened in the 1970s, East Coast Park is currently well known for being a place for many outdoor activities. (Cycling, camping, barbecuing, and many more.)
Go by during evening time, as not only you would be able to avoid getting tanned but you could watch the sunset too.
📍 Along East Coast Parkway and East Coast Park Service Road
Gardens by the Bay
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Living up to their title of the number 1 attraction in Singapore on Tripadvisor, Gardens by the Bay is able to leave you in awe with their beautiful attractions all day long.
Head there during the evening to catch the sunset and proceed to watch their light show that starts at 7.45pm daily!
📍18 Marina Gardens Dr, S018953
Photo credits: Flickr, Gin Tay7
Living in a city, we are constantly swarmed with work and leading a fast-paced life. 😅
A trip to Pulau Ubin, the home to plantations, fish farms, historical sites, Singapore’s last kampong would help you unwind and forget about work temporarily.
There’s no need to worry if you do not know how to cycle, as you could choose to hike in Pulau Ubin too! 🚴♂️🚶♂️
Don’t forget to catch the breath-taking sunset at Pekan Quarry!
Photo credits: Flickr, rabbitbug
In Singapore, fishing is only permitted in selected reservoirs or waterways.
Here, we have Pandan Reservoir, one of the two legal fishing spots in the west.
How great would it be to fish while watching the sunset? 🎣
📍Along West Coast Road and Jalan Buroh
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