Secret dating places in singapore

Pop by when you’re in town, I promise you won’t regret it. It’s like the story of my life somehow got metaphorically translated into this sad journey. Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve is like that – so much tranquility. However, being a ‘secret spot’ is not what Little Guilin boasts itself to be.Alright, perhaps it’s just my sheer inability to explore deeper into Tuas South. So, if anyone out there had visited the secret beach that’s tucked away in the western corner of Singapore (where civilisation exists as concrete, sand, and reclamation) very recently, please comment and send a picture on Shop Back’s Facebook page! Explore at your own risk though, because the tight spaces will cause traffic jams and the expansion and construction spell dangerous roads. It is surrounded by apartment blocks and life in general, making it a central area for human activity. If neighbourhood parks are your thing, this one exceeds your expectations but as a secret spot for local explorers, it’ll disappoint.

Come tell me I’m wrong because I really, really want to head to that beach! It’s a shame though, since Little Guilin exudes so much beauty and elegance when vacant. So you’re better off heading somewhere more secluded.

Address: Bukit Batok East Avenue 5 Do you know of any unknown places worth visiting in Singapore?

Here are some beautiful hidden places in Singapore.

Singapore, formally the Republic of Singapore, a land city-state and the smallest country in Asia but it is the most beautiful and delightful city.

This legendary tree can be found at Punggol Waterway Park which is the perfect place for a fun day in the outdoors.

I encountered a family of four cycling along the scenic stretches of the park and joggers working out a sweat even on an early Friday morning.

Makes me wonder why they named it the Punggol Lone Tree in the first place.

Don’t forget to give that big tall friend some photo opportunities too! It definitely is worth some Instagram bragging rights but we think a fun day in the park will make your experience even more fulfilling!

Situated closer to Somerset station, this garden can easily be accessed by taking the lift to the 11th floor and followed by the escalator to the rooftop.

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