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MOTHER'S DAY IDEAS FOR EVERY MUM

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 2 May 2019  


Whether she’s into feasts, self-care and wellness treats or explorations in the (humid) wilderness, these are the best things to do this Mother’s Day for the special woman in your life.  

Nature hikes and beachside picnics 

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Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve promises tranquility, even if it's an unorthodox spot for Mother's Day 

If the thought of shopping bores your mum, she must be a rare breed – although that’s hardly a bad thing, considering the scores of hiking trails across Singapore.

Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve
is a draw for its tranquility, with birdwatching enthusiasts and photographers parking themselves sporadically throughout the space. Or hop on a boat for a day trip with the family to Pulau Ubin; this guide covers everything you need to know about getting there. 

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Pulau Ubin is an easy 15-minute boat ride from Changi Point Ferry Terminal

Should a picnic by the beach and a spot of volleyball sound more up your mum’s alley, try Sentosa Island, which can easily be accessed via train from VivoCity.

If you’re in the Marina Bay area, the 101-hectare Gardens by the Bay is a major tourist attraction, with domed conservatories, Supertrees and manicured zones that’ll keep the family entertained for an afternoon.  
 

Meals fit for a queen

Renku
Show your love for mum with high tea at Renku Bar & Lounge, complete with teas prepared by a Tea Master

Will it be a high tea set in the plush comforts of Renku Bar & Lounge – served with a glass of bubbly – or Kampot Black Pepper Wagyu Beef over at CHINOISERIE Modern Asian by Justin Quek? Whether your mum enjoys comfort food or is more adventurous in palate, Marina Bay Sands’ restaurants have primed themselves for her special day.

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 TWG is set in two leisurely spots – Tea on the Bay, and the Tea Garden – for a perfect afternoon out


Peruse these Mother’s Day dining specials or high tea options, then move on to Sands SkyPark for the best vantage points of Singapore’s picturesque skyline, which stretches to the Singapore Strait and beyond. 

 

R&R in a sky-high spa 

Banyan Tree Spa
Unwinding is easier in the comforts of Banyan Tree Spa, which offers massages for men and women

 
Elevate mum’s self-care routine with a spa treatment at Banyan Tree Spa, a sanctuary on the 55th floor with an extensive range of wellness treats for men and women.

Splurge on the signature Royal Banyan treatment (from S$623.81 nett, off-peak) that combines massage techniques from the East and West, complete with a sesame oil-infused herbal pouch massage and jade face massage . Alternatively, try Tailored for Your Senses (from S$388.41 nett, off-peak), a customisable 90-minute treatment that offers mix-and-match options such as a 30-minute body scrub, 60-minute facial and 60-minute body massage.

Uncover our full list of the best wellness treats around Marina Bay Sands here.

 

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