Top Wedding Solemnisation Venues In Singapore

Bent down on one knee, he looks lovingly up to her as he asks that age-old question. With tears in her eyes, she exclaims yes, as he delicately slides the ring onto her finger and the champagne cork pops, flying high into the air.

While not all engagements feature that fairy-tale proposal, each and every one is special and unique, thanks to the distinctive, unbreakable bond each couple has. This bond is something to be treasured and celebrated throughout their life together, starting with that perfect wedding or solemnisation.

Singapore is simply full of wedding and solemnisation venues, each offering something unique, something special that will just ‘click’ with each couple when they see it. But to find the venue that works for them, loved-up couples need to see exactly what’s on offer.

Let’s take a look at some of the top solemnisation and wedding venues in Singapore, to reveal the best of the best.

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The Ballroom at The Fullerton Hotel

A fairy-tale proposal deserves a fairy-tale wedding, and there’s no better place to celebrate that fairy tale than The Ballroom. Set within the magnificent Fullerton Hotel, The Ballroom offers a lavishly refined setting for a truly unforgettable celebration.

With its sweeping staircases, elegant décor and exceptional service, this beautiful venue creates memories that will last a lifetime – and with a range of wedding and solemnisation packages available, couples can shape their Big Day to suit their exacting tastes.

While The Ballroom may be grand, some couples may prefer a smaller, more intimate wedding venue. Catering to every type of wedding and solemnisation, The Fullerton Hotel also offers the sophisticated Straits Room, once home to the elite Singapore Club, and the glorious The East Garden, perfect for garden parties under the stars.

 Sands SkyPark at Marina Bay Sands

With the world at their feet, couples can declare their love for each other as they gaze out onto the spectacular Singapore city skyline from the heights of Sands SkyPark at Marina Bay Sands.

Offering stunning views from 200 metres in the sky, this venue creates weddings that are not easily forgotten. Meanwhile, for those who perhaps don’t have such a head for heights, there is also the hotel’s charming Garden Walk and Bay View Foyer to choose from.

1-Altitude Bar & Gallery

For couples who have lofty ambitions, there is perhaps no better place to celebrate their Big Day than 1-Altitude. Perched high in the skies, this gorgeous venue is Singapore’s highest wedding and solemnisation venue, offering amazing 360-degree views from 282 metres up.

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Shangri-La Rasa Sentosa Resort & Spa

Moving away from the hustle and bustle of the city, Shangri-La’s Rasa Resort & Spa offers a romantic waterside venue for couples looking for that idyllic beach wedding. Looking out onto the shimmering waters as the sunset throws dazzling colours into the sky, this enchanting location has seen many a dream come true.

Sheraton Towers

Another water-themed solemnisation venue, Sheraton Towers offers a perfectly picturesque backdrop in its landscaped water garden, complete with dazzling waterfall and koi pond. Surrounded by lush greenery, couples can say “I do” within this intimate setting, adjourning to air conditioned comfort in one of the hotel’s elegantly furnished function rooms.

6 Reasons To Visit Singapore Now!

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If you are trying to choose a country in South East Asia to head to but you aren’t sure exactly where you’re interested in, why not consider the great city nation of Singapore? Featuring beautiful gardens, a mix of western modernity and ancient Asian culture, Singapore is an ideal place to either start a holiday in the region or is great as a stand alone holiday to introduce you to the area. Read ahead for six reasons to go to Singapore now!

Food

Singapore was founded as a British trading colony in the 1800s and as a result enjoyed a number of influences from across the Empire in terms of food. Likewise the surrounding area of Malaysia and nearby China have added to the almost literal melting pot of food choices here with authentic Malay, Chinese and Indian food on offer as well as western options like burgers, chips and the like. Some Singaporean specific dishes (such as Singaporean noodles) enjoy prominence as well, but ultimately this is the place to try a bit of everything, making it ideal for people who are finicky eaters.

Shopping

With huge shopping malls, authentic local bazaars and other markets to choose from, Singapore enjoys vast shopping that draws people from around the region and abroad for some of the deals to be had regardless of whether it’s in the street side bazaars or the glistening malls.

Vibrant Nightlife and Lifestyle

Across the city state, bars, nightclubs and restaurants are prominent, with many options playing host to live music, DJs from around the area as well as abroad and fantastic opportunities to kick back with a drink or two and get your groove on on some of the quirky and colourful dance floors.

East Meets West Meets East Again

Singapore is a true conglomerate of regional cultures as well as those from further afield. Mandalay, Mandarin, Tamil and English are the official languages of Singapore along with the religions of Buddhism, Islam, Christianity, Hinduism, Jainism, Sikhism, Taoism and Confucianism showing just how culturally and ethnically diverse this country is. With Little India, Chinatown, and other regions of the city playing host to travellers it’s easy to see why this is such a great nation to travel to for a truly unique experience.

Getting Out

For those who are interested in getting away and exploring more of the region at large, Singapore is perfectly connected internationally to welcome travellers from around the glove while simultaneously allowing travellers multiple options for getting out of the country by sea, air, or road. Situated on the very southern tip of Malaysia, Singapore is an ideal place to start your South East Asian adventure, with train, boat and bus links into neighbouring Malaysia or Indonesia and further north to Thailand and the rest of the area.

So hopefully these top six reasons to hit up Singapore will help you make the decision to head to this unique, bustling and vibrant city full of welcoming, friendly people and delicious varied food. So pack your bags – Singapore and Asia at large await your arrival!