You will see Yue Lao, the moon deity, who acts as a divine matchmaker and preserves good ties between family members.Photo Source: Roses are overpriced and violets are hard to come by in Singapore.Running alongside Marina Centre, this city park overlooks the skyscrapers of the CBD.Stunning views of the city skyline wrapped in lights make for beautiful backdrops of romantic photos.And for once, take photos WITH each other, instead of OF each other (usually with the kids).The rule of the day: To take as many selfies together (or wefies, if you want to be technical about it) throughout the day, with different backgrounds.Then take turns to read your love letters, and watch the sparkle in your partner’s eyes. You can take the ‘day shift’ while he takes the ‘night shift’.Inform each other about the dress code (for example, bikini, smart casual etc) so you don’t give your partner a nasty surprise if he turns up underdressed.
Take in the scenery as the big wheel takes you above Singapore’s iconic landmarks, a view that is bound to leave you both breathless.
Then, sit there in front of each other, and pen your love letter.
‘Forcing’ yourself to focus on this love task will help you remember all the sweetest moments that you have shared.
Promise them the moon and stars – you can show them to your beloved!
Try viewing some heavenly bodies at the Science Centre Observatory (please check the website schedule) on Friday nights.