16 Jul 2020
A short guide to a Singapore Malaysia Honeymoon Tour
Posted by: Aniket Agarwal

Why settle for 1 when you can hit 2 amazing destinations in a decent budget. The Singapore Malaysia honeymoon tour is one of the most sought after honeymoon combos in the world. By combining the luxury of Singapore and the raw, adventurous tourism of Malaysia, you can step out expecting a prodigious Honeymoon. We too have countless other beach destinations, but Singapore, Malaysia combo offers something far beyond. We’ll give you a brief overview of the classic how, when, and what’s of the combo. Whether it’s white-sand beaches, deep blue waters, ultra-luxurious nightlife, blood-pumping watersports, or adventurous hikes, the Malaysia-Singapore Combo offers every delight for an ever-active tourist. With honeymoon packages at ineedtrip, you’ll get to explore the countries in and out and build memories that last forever. 

Without further ado let’s get started with your guide to the Singapore Malaysia Honeymoon Tour

When to visit?

The best time to visit Singapore and Malaysia is between February and April. The temperature around this time is warm and you can enjoy sightseeing with ease. Although you would hear that July to September is a good time, according to us it probably isn’t. Singapore in particular is very busy during that time because of the GrandPrix. If you want a 4-month window it would be good to visit between November and February. 

Which place to visit first?

There’s no particular sequence as such, we’ll help you with 2 options, you can choose whichever you like.

Budget first


If you want to focus a bit more on a budget then we suggest you visit Malaysia first. The flights to Malaysia from India are cheaper in comparison to Singapore. Stay there for 2-3 days and then take a bus to Singapore.

Luxury first


If you want to start your trip with luxury then head to Singapore first. Yes, Malaysia is luxurious too, but comparing it to Singapore would be unjust. So, if budget is not an issue go to Singapore, enjoy the majestic city with ineedtrip’s Singapore honeymoon packages and then head over to Malaysia via a flight or bus.

Also, make sure you book well in advance, the flights, in particular, can eat a decent chunk of your budget. If you want to pre-plan a perfect you can customize your honeymoon package here.

Ideal stay?

5-6 days, 3 days in Singapore, and 2 days in Malaysia, should be enough given you are not lazy.

Top Places to Visit

Okay, this is the best part of this guide on the Singapore Malaysia Honeymoon Tour. Both these locations offer so many tourist hotspots and activities that it’s very challenging to make a list of the “must-dos”. Nevertheless, we have noted down some of the best places you can visit to make the most of the trip. Here we go:

Starting with Singapore

Sentosa Island

An island located on the southern coast of Singapore, Sentosa was formerly known as Pulau Blakang Mati. Sentosa Island is separated from the main island of Singapore by a channel of water. You can reach Sentosa island either by a causeway or by taking a cable car. Sentosa island is famous for universal studios, Sentosa 4D Adventureland, etc.

Marina Bay Sands

Marina bay sands is a resort which is situated in front of the marina bay in Singapore. The Marina bay sands have the most expensive standalone casino. a theater, celebrity chef restaurants, a mall, it hosts art-science exhibits and lastly, it has two floating crystal pavilions. The reason why it is famous among tourists is because of its infinity swimming pool.

Gardens By the Bay

A nature park which spans on about 250 acres of land in the central area of Singapore, the gardens by the bay is situated adjacent to the Marina Reservoir. The gardens by the bay have three waterfront gardens famously known as Marina south, marina east Bay Central Garden. The gardens by the bay host the largest glass greenhouse in the world.

Night Zoo

The world’s largest nocturnal zoo, the Night zoo is one amongst the most popular tourist spot in Singapore. There are about 900 animals in the zoo which represent the 100 species and out of these 100 species, 41% of the species are threatened species. There are six geographical zones in the zoo named Indian subcontinent, marshland, Himalayan foothills, equatorial Africa, Asian riverine forest, Nepalese river valley, and lastly Burmese river valley. 

Clarks Quay

A historical riverside which is located in the Singapore river planning area Clarke Quay is situated in the mouth of the Singapore River as well as boat quay. It is a street that houses fashion brands and boutique restaurants.

You can read our blog on the 7 Best Places to visit in SIngapore to know more about sightseeing or another blog on the top 10 things to do in Singapore to know more about the fun part.


Petronas Towers

Also known as Petronas twin towers or Menara Berkembar Petronas, the towers are twin skyscrapers that are situated in Kuala Lumpur. They are the largest twin towers in the world and are a landmark of the Kuala Lumpur. These twin towers are made of reinforced concrete and steel and glass facade. The spectacular view of the city from the bridge of the Petronas tower will make you want to stay there forever.


Declared as a world heritage site by UNESCO, Melaka is home to colonial architecture, churches, funky street arts, and fort remains. The site is often visited by tourists wanting to visit a site that’s ‘different from beaches’ and offers a look down the history of Malaysia. If you are into historical monuments and sketching, Melaka or Malacca is worth visiting. 

Redang Island

Located on the east coast of the Terengganu in Malaysia, the Redang Island is the best place to visit in Malaysia on your Singapore Malaysia Honeymoon tour, if you want a place to dive in the blue waters. The place has over 20 diving sites and is considered as one of the best diving sites in the world. You will find more than 80% of all the species in the ‘coral triangle’ formed between the Philippines, Papua New Guinea, and Indonesia. The place is also a great spot for snorkeling and you can swim around turtles (they are in abundance here) and later on visit the Marine park on the island. 

Penang Hill

Located in the Malacca district of Malaysia, Penang Hill is a 2732 feet high hill, which is very popular amongst tourists because of the sight from the top. You can reach the top either by hiking or taking the train, which by the way runs on the world’s steepest tunnel track. You can stay at the hill till the sunset and view the splendid city of Penang post dark.

Batu Caves

Dedicated to Lord Murugan, Batu caves is a very popular Hindu Shrine in Malaysia. After visiting all the fun places and completing most of your adventure in Malaysia, go seek blessing as a couple at the Batu Caves. The place is made up of limestone and there are three main caves in particular.

Things to do

When you are visiting two stupendous destinations like Singapore and Malaysia together, that too with ineedtrip, there’s a lot for you to do. Here’s a shortlist of the best things to do on the Singapore Malaysia honeymoon tour.



Indoor skydiving

Yes, you read that right. If you have always wanted to jump out of a plane from 15000 ft but have been scared to do so, iFly Singapore offers an experience like none other. They have tunnels built in such a way that even though you’ll be floating just about 1 meter above the ground, you’ll get the complete feeling of a freefall of a 15000 ft dive. This is one adventurous activity that you and your better half, have to try together on the Singapore Malaysia Honeymoon Tour. You can read more about it here. 

Night Safari

The night safari in Singapore is one of its kind. We have all been to zoos of multiple cities, but have you ever visited the animals in their natural habitat in the dark? The night safari zoo in Singapore is such artistically designed that it creates a perfect natural habitat for the animals. You can witness animals like tiger, elephant, lion, etc. during the night.

Romantic Dinner

Something quite obvious probably, but it has to be on the list. What would a honeymoon be, without a perfect romantic dinner with your partner on the decks of Marina Bay? Bond over, talk about the future while witnessing the splendid skyline of Singapore.


Scuba Diving/Snorkeling


Malaysia has many popular diving sites, like Redang Island. The place has an abundance of marine life and lively corals. The crystal clear blue water attracts several marine species and the superb water clarity makes Malaysia the perfect diving, snorkeling site.



Of course, we could have mentioned shopping in Singapore too, but in Malaysia, the currency factor is a big support. If you shop in You’ll be paying double the amount you pay in Malaysia. So, shop your heart out in this beautiful paradise of earth.

Watersports, Hiking


You can enroll yourself in tons of watersports in Malaysia to get that adventure hunger satisfied. You can do anything from parasailing, scuba diving, wakeboarding, kayaking, and more. The best part? You can also go hiking in Malaysia. Believe it or not, but the place famous for its beaches also has ample hiking opportunities, the Penang hill in particular. If mountains, high sunrises and clouds excite you, Malaysia won’t disappoint you!


We hope we covered most of the things you would need to plan a perfect Singapore Malaysia Honeymoon tour. If you follow this guide, your honeymoon would be full of adventure, thrill, and bonding. We at ineedtrip can help you make this dream trip stress free for you. We have designed our honeymoon packages in such a way that you get to experience everything and have fun all along the trip. To know more, check out our Singapore honeymoon packages now. We have some mind-blowing deals, discounts, and pre-designed packages waiting for you.

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