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10 dating places in S’pore that look expensive but are actually pretty cheap

Singapore is small as it is, and we are bound to run out of ideas on where to head to for our next date especially when we are on a budget. Even so, there are some places in Singapore that look expensive, but are actually really affordable to go for dates. Can you guess where these places are? Read on to find out more!


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Marina Bay Sands
Yup, as atas as MBS sounds, did you know that it is really romantic to take an evening stroll along the board walk and enjoy the breathtaking view of the Singapore skyline? If you are lucky, you can also catch the light and water show right outside MBS at night!


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Pinnacle @ Duxton
Did you know that for a mere S$5, you can get to head up to the 50th storey of Pinnacle @ Duxton? There, you can will be greeted by the scenic view of the Singapore skyscrappers!


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Gardens By The Bay
The domes at Gardens By The Bay pretty affordable – only S$20 for the entrance to the Flower Dome and Cloud Forest! Time to immerse yourselves in the presence of the gorgeous blooms!


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Singapore Arts Museum
Visit the Singapore Arts Museum to find out more about the contemporary arts scene in Singapore! Entrance fees are free for all locals, so do bring your NRIC/passports along when you visit!


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Cable Car
Many might think that taking the cable car is expensive, but did you know that it only costs S$20 for 2 round trips? Meaning, you can take the ride from Habourfront Centre, travel to Sentosa for a short adventure, hop back on to explore Mount Faber before heading back to HFC!  Sounds like a good deal, right?


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Quayside Isle
For those who are looking to dine with a gorgeous view of the sea, you can head over to Quayside Isle for lunch where countless of affordable dining options await!


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Gillman Barracks
Gillman Barracks is a contemporary arts cluster in Singapore that is home to 11 international art galleries, three restaurants and the NTU Centre for Contemporary Art (CCA). And yes, the art galleries are free of charge!


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National Museum Of Singapore
Soak up Singapore’s national culture and heritage at the National Museum of Singapore. Admission is also free of charge for all netizens! You can also keep a lookout for their new exhibitions on their website!


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Hotel Buffets
If you are still looking for a restaurant to dine at this weekend, why not check out websites like deal.com.sg or groupon for great dining deals? Who knows, you might even find a hotel buffet that will be a bang for your buck!


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Esplanade Roof Garden
If you have not heard about the existence of the Esplanade Roof Garden, you should bring your other half there this weekend! The rooftop garden boasts a picturesque view of the Singapore skyline and is also one of the most popular inexpensive dating spots for couples!


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