Honeymoons in Singapore

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Singapore Overview

Shop till you drop in the vivacious city of Singapore and enjoy its array of restaurants and sightseeing attractions. Malaysia combines the cuisine, culture and races of Malaysia, China and India, making it a unique city to explore. The beautiful garden city offers many sightseeing attractions including Arab Street, Little India, Chinatown or why not sit back and sip on a Singapore Sling at the world famous Raffles Hotel.

Key Facts for Singapore

Currency: Singapore Dollar

Languages: English, Malay, Chinese, Tamil

Flight time: 8 hours from Sydney

When to Honeymoon in Singapore

When to go:
Singapore is warm and humid year-round with no distinct wet or dry season

Flight Information:
Singapore is approx 13 hours from London with direct flights operated by British Airways, Singapore Airlines and Qantas

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Getting Married in Singapore

Weddings abroad in Singapore are growing in popularity and it's not hard to see why. This tiny island, located just off the southern tip of the Malayan Peninsular, is a cosmopolitan city-state full of rich heritage and culture. With it's sophisticated hotels and excellent service, if you're looking to be pampered, then this is the place for you. Whether you fancy a wedding in a gorgeous orchid garden, a beach front resort or a stylish old colonial hotel, then Singapore can offer you all of this and more besides. With a myriad of stunning venues at which to host a reception, your special day will be truly memorable.

Marriage Requirements


The legal age for both men and women to marry in Singapore is 21. For couples wishing to get married on this island one of them needs to have been in continual residence for at least 15 days before they can file a notice of marriage. Once this has been filed they have not less than 21 days after application and no more than 3 months in which to hold their ceremony, but they are free to leave the country during this time, if they so wish. Documents needed include valid passports, birth certificates and if they have been divorced or widowed, then certificates to this effect. The documents need to be taken to the Registry of Marriage in Singapore or application can be made on line. For more information visit http://app.rom.gov.sg/internet/reg_info/rom_marriage.asp

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