When we started scouring the island for the loveliest, most exciting and even iconic venues to host a wedding in Singapore, we found it tough to narrow them down to 20. With so many amazing wedding venues in Singapore to pick from, choosing “the one” can be difficult. No matter what you’re looking for – whether it’s a lavish celebration, an intimate wedding, or a picturesque beachside affair – here’s our favourite spots to tie the knot. Bookmark this list for future reference!
Note: In lieu of the ever-evolving Covid-19 situation, please note there may be new rules and restrictions. If you’re getting married during this period of time, read here for the latest updates. Also, prices are subject to changes depending on the venue.
For couples wanting an intimate wedding venue
With two acres of land, Wheeler’s Estate has the luxury of space to satisfy couples with the wildest ideas of their dream wedding in Singapore. Housed in a conserved colonial building with a sprawling lawn, it features a seamless blend of modern elegant interiors and rustic outdoors to give you an out-of-country feeling. Whether it’s an intimate solemnisation in the woods under mesmerising raindrop fairy lights or in front of the iconic Bambi trailer, or a romantic English wedding in their refurbished black-and-white bungalow, couples will find themselves spoilt for choice at this picturesque wedding venue in Singapore.
Capacity: 50 to 400 people
Cost: $8000 to $19,000 (different packages available)
The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore
The floating pods at The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore are built on the waters of Marina Bay, making them a gorgeous wedding venue in Singapore. The pods are suitable for events holding 20 to 40 persons per pod. Each pod comes with a balcony and open-air rooftop, complete with views of Marina Bay and the Singapore skyline.
Capacity: Maximum of 25 guests for Theatre-seating on the Upper Deck
Cost: From $168 per person
Contact: 6877 8968 | email@example.com
Keyaki Garden Pavilion at Pan Pacific Singapore
The Keyaki Garden Pavilion is a traditional Japanese-style pavilion complete with shoji-inspired screens. The diffused lighting transforms the space into a cosy setting that’s great for a small gathering of friends and family, and the wedding dining experience is brought to the next level with ingredients for the meal specially flown in from Japan.
Capacity: Maximum of 40 guests
Cost: From $200 per person
For couples who love a bit of glamour
JW Marriott Singapore South Beach
Leave your wedding planning worries at the door with JW Marriott Singapore South Beach’s dedicated team of in-house wedding specialists, who are ready to create a bespoke wedding experience for each couple. The Grand Ballroom is majestically adorned with a Forest of Lights installation, which is sure to impress your guests. It also comes complete with a pre-function foyer, a mezzanine level, outdoor courtyards and the iconic LED Wall.
Capacity: 100 to 280 guests
Cost: From $183.80 per person
Contact: 6818 1900 | firstname.lastname@example.org
The St. Regis Singapore
A top wedding venue in Singapore is the luxurious John Jacob Ballroom at The St. Regis Singapore. As guests arrive, they’ll be greeted by a grand staircase with a crystal embedded carpet and gorgeous chandelier above, while in the ballroom, two large skylights illuminate the space, creating a magical and lavish ambience for the special day. Alternatively for a more intimate affair, check out Caroline’s Mansion, an exclusive event venue sitting adjacent to the main building. The versatile is divisible into three venues including a connecting saloon fitted with smart technology.
Capacity: 100 to 320 persons
Cost: From $168.80 per person
Contact: 6506 6817 | email@example.com
Other glam venue options include W Singapore – Sentosa Cove, ilLido and Forlino.
CHIJMES was originally the Convent of the Holy Infant Jesus, a girls’ school established in 1854. The school’s chapel was built in 1904 and boasts vaulted high ceilings and stained glass windows. This lovely spot is perfect for grand weddings in Singapore! It’s a stunning venue for couples with the added benefit of accessibility, as it’s located right in the heart of the city.
Capacity: 100 to 300 guests
Cost: From $988 to $1,178 per table on weekdays, and from $1,088 to $1,488 per table on weekends
Contact: 6336 5320 | firstname.lastname@example.org
For couples who get a thrill from heights
1-Altitude Gallery & Bar
Stellar is located on the 62nd floor of 1-Altitude and promises an elegant wedding dinner, with a beautiful vaulted ceiling and an amazing sunset view as you dine. For your solemnisation, why not go for the Rooftop Gallery & Bar – the highest alfresco bar in the world, located 282 metres above sea level.
Capacity: Up to 214 seated guests and 300 standing guests
Cost: On a consultation basis
Contact: 6438 0410 | email@example.com
For couples who love nature
Burkill Hall is situated in the lush surrounds of Singapore Botanic Gardens, making it an idyllic wedding venue in Singapore. Overlooking the National Orchid Garden and set in a restored colonial bungalow, Burkill Hall is the perfect spot if you’re looking to tie the knot away from the hustle and bustle of the city.
Capacity: 180 guests
Cost: $561.75 per hour with a minimum of a four-hour booking or $6291.60 for a full day
Other venue suggestions include The Halia, also located in the Botanic Gardens.
Another beautiful spot located within the Botanic Gardens, Botanico at The Garage has both a cosy indoor hall and an air-cooled outdoor terrace. Whichever option you choose, guests will definitely feel as though they’ve stepped into a peaceful oasis. Those who’d prefer a more intimate wedding in Singapore while still being surrounded by nature can opt for the Bee’s Knees bistro.
Capacity: Varies according to the layout
Cost: From $140 per person for lunch
Mount Faber Peak
Situated 106 metres above sea level, Faber Peak at Mount Faber (formerly The Jewel Box) sweeps guests away from urban Singapore and provides them with hilltop views of the harbour, Sentosa Island and Singapore’s cityscape. Choose to have your wedding at the ballroom, private dining room, or Arbora Hilltop Garden & Bistro.
Capacity: From 30 to 200 guests depending on the event space
Cost: Prices vary depending on the venue
For couples with more guests
Flower Field Hall
An indoor venue with a difference, the Flower Field Hall is within the Flower Dome at Gardens by the Bay. Your guests can dine in comfort while being enchanted by the Flower Field display, which reflects different seasons, festivals and themes at different times of year. On the other side of the hall, your guests will enjoy a spectacular view of the Marina Bay skyline.
Capacity: Up to 700 guests for a sit-down dinner.
The Four Seasons is located just off tree-lined Orchard Boulevard and provides couples with a quieter and more intimate ambience than many venues on the Orchard strip. The Four Seasons Ballroom is an elegant space and the larger of the hotel’s two ballrooms. Also of note are the number of extra options and inclusions, from a Peking duck station to a martini ice bar.
Capacity: 320 guests in the Four Seasons Ballroom
Cost: From $1288 for a table of 10
Other elegant wedding venues for over 300 guests include Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore; The St. Regis; and The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore.
For couples who want to get married in flip flops
Tanjong Beach Club
Getting married in Singapore doesn’t always have to be prim and stiff affair. Tanjong Beach Club is a sophisticated venue on one of Sentosa’s loveliest stretches of sand, with a great laidback vibe. This venue has a variety of indoor and outdoor event spaces including a restaurant, bar, cabana, terrace and pool areas. Each space can be made exclusive for your wedding both on weekdays and weekends, but booking the entire 30,000 square foot venue is restricted to weekdays only.
Shangri-La’s Rasa Sentosa Resort & Spa
As the only beachfront resort in Singapore, Shangri-La’s Rasa Sentosa Resort & Spa offers couples the opportunity to have a wedding facing the South China Sea. Say your vows in a beautiful sunset solemnisation and cool off afterwards in one of the Resort’s ballrooms at your dinner reception. This Singapore wedding destination is simply stunning!
Capacity: Banquet capacity from 60 to 600, depending on venue
Cost: From $158 per person
For history enthusiasts
The Fullerton Hotel Singapore
Once home to the General Post Office, The Singapore Club and the Chamber of Commerce, The Fullerton Hotel Singapore is located by the Singapore River and is a striking historic building for holding your wedding. Venue options include the pillar-less Ballroom, the more intimate Straits Room, Jade Restaurant, which serves Chinese cuisine, and the al fresco terrace, East Garden.
Capacity: Up to 600 guests, depending on venue
Cost: Prices vary depending on the venue
Contact: 6877 8968 | firstname.lastname@example.org
History buffs getting married in Singapore may also like Raffles Hotel Singapore, the Old Parliament House or Command House at Changi Cove.
For couples who love architecture
Parkroyal on Pickering
Designed by award-winning architectural firm WOHA, Parkroyal on Pickering will impress design enthusiasts, not only for its unique façade but the ballrooms with glass walls that allow in plenty of natural light. Also, the hotel’s commitment to eco-friendliness means that its menus are free from shark’s fin and other endangered produce; what’s more, the “Organic Delight” menu option features organic and sustainably-sourced produce.
Capacity: 200 to 280 guests in the William and Pickering Ballrooms.
Cost: From $1388 for a table of 10
For couples on a budget
Hort Park has an indoor, air-conditioned multi-purpose hall that couples can book through National Parks. The hall opens out into the very pretty HortLawn, which you can also book at an extra cost. Couples are free to hire their own caterers and other vendors for their reception, allowing them to work comfortably within their budget.
Capacity: Depends on the venue
Cost: From $535 for a four-hour booking
A lovely alternative park venue to consider is Fort Canning Park.
For couples with a limitless budget
Wow your guests with the iconic architecture of Marina Bay Sands (MBS) and Singapore’s stunning city skyline with a solemnisation and standing cocktail event 57 stories above the ground at the Sands SkyPark. There’s a choice of three event areas at the SkyPark, including the Observation Deck for an eye-popping $65,000 and the more modest North and South Gardens at $20,000 each.
Capacity: 500 persons on the Observation Deck, 250 persons in the North Garden and 200 persons in the South Garden for standing cocktails only.
Cost: From $1888 for a table of 10
For a less pricey option, you can also hold your solemnisation at MBS’s Garden Bay Bridge or Garden Walk.
Ocean Gallery at the S.E.A. Aquarium
The closest thing you can get to an underwater wedding in Singapore is a celebration at the Ocean Gallery at the S.E.A. Aquarium. This unique venue allows you and your guests to dine in the world’s largest oceanarium with a panoramic underwater view of 50,000 marine fish.
Cost: From $2288 per table with a minimum of 20 tables
If this option is just too bank-breaking, you could hold your wedding surrounded by creatures of the air and land at the Jurong Bird Park or Singapore Zoo instead!
Finally, for couples who just want to get away from it all …
Capella Singapore on Sentosa Island gives you the joy of being away from the city without the hassle of travel. The hotel weaves old and new, as modern buildings intermingle with colonial ones against the beautiful backdrop of verdant rainforest and the South China Sea. The Bliss Suite is a haven where brides can get ready for their big entrance, with a daybed, walk-in wardrobe and full-length three-way mirrors around a circular dressing platform. Plus, create your own wedding miracle with a floating platform over the pool to create the illusion of the bride and groom walking on water.
Capacity: 180 people for the Sentosa Room, 400 people for the Grand Ball Room
Cost: From $1688 for a table of 10
For an alternative wedding venue in Singapore, try Mandarin Oriental Singapore or Regent Singapore.
This is an updated version of an article by Leana Doray of TheWeddingScoop.com
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