There is something so romantic and enchanting about having a wedding by the beach. You can breathe in the refreshing smell of the sea as your wedding dress sways with the wind, and you feel the sensation of the fine sand beneath your feet. You can exchange vows as the waves sing and drown the happy tears away. To help you experience this kind of magic in your fingertips, we curated 7 top beach wedding venues in Singapore where you can cast a spell to forever.
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This article was first published on 29 April 2019 and last updated on 18 February 2020
Top Beach Wedding Venues in Singapore
Dubbed as the Southernmost Point of Continental Asia, this tiny islet connected to Palawan Beach by a suspension bridge offers a unique beach wedding venue. You can hold your solemnization ceremony in one of the two lookout towers flanking the cay. The timber viewing decks provide a picturesque view of the South China sea, a perfect backdrop for an intimate sunset wedding.
For the reception, tables can be set up below the towers to host 50 banquet guests or 150 standing guests. If you need space for more people, you can extend the party to Palawan Beach and have enough room for 350 attendees. After the event, exit the venue in style with a dramatic wave as you cross the wooden bridge with your beloved partner – a symbolic act as you cross over to a new life as a married couple.
Be it indoors or outdoors, Changi Beach Club has a variety of spaces for a beach wedding venue – you can exchange vows in any of their function rooms or do it by the beach. For the reception, Changi Beach Seafood Paradise restaurant can hold a banquet for up to 250 guests. The restaurant is perched right by the sea, so you and your guests can enjoy a serene sea view and luscious Chinese Seafood. The beach club is located in Andover Road and is hardly accessible by public transport. It is indeed an escape from the city for a tranquil wedding setting.
A recipient of the 2013 President’s Award for the Environment, Siloso Beach Resort is an eco-friendly beach wedding venue. The eco-resort artfully merged nature with leisure and comfort, making up a luxurious jungle paradise with exceptional views that make an entranced beach wedding event.
Siloso Beach Resort’s 95-metre landscape pool creates a romantic setup for a poolside ceremony. You can say “I do” on their rooftop terrace and enjoy a scenic view of the resort and the South China Sea. For a grand wedding banquet, the Eugenia Grand Ballroom can seat up to 500 guests.
Beautiful view, good food, and charming beach vibe – these are what weddings at Coastes have. This breezy bar is situated right along Siloso Beach and provides a relaxed and laid-back atmosphere. The sunbeds and deck chairs littered along the shore also add to the rustic feel of the place. If you are looking for a beach wedding venue where you can go barefoot and feel the sand beneath your feet as you say your vows, then Coastes is the destination for you.
Coastes also has a variety of other spaces that you can use for your wedding. With beautiful Balinese shades hanging from the ceiling and a private entrance, the Boat House is a private and cosy space for up to 40 people. Coastes deck, on the other hand, has both sheltered and open-air spaces and can accommodate up to 120 – 150 people. For bigger wedding guest list, head on to the long beach where there is enough space for up to 340 seated or 500 standing guests.
Wave House Sentosa is a unique and unconventional beach wedding venue perfect for a fun-loving couple. Home of the famous FlowRider and FlowBarrel wave rides, it may seem that the place is only suitable for loud parties and cold beers. Fret not because they have a team of experienced event planners who can customise your wedding to a tee. Even their menu is customisable to suit the occasion. They also have an operations team in charge of logistics such as audio and lighting requirements.
With 70,000 square feet of space, Wave House has several sections where you can hold your wedding. Their exclusive beachfront seats up 300 people and is a perfect venue for an outdoor celebration. Their indoor restaurant, on the other hand, offers a fun view of the FlowRider and FlowBarrel rides as well as the sea. They also have a terrace lounge for a relaxed atmosphere and private solemnization.
Coined by Conde Nast and CNNGo as one of the World’s Top Beach Clubs, Tanjong Beach Club has a chill and classy atmosphere perfect for an upper-east side styled beach wedding. It is located on Tanjong Beach which is a little further in the city and less-frequented. This makes the club an ideal setting for a private celebration.
Tanjong Beach Club spans about 3000 square metres. It covers a stretch of white sand beach where you can hold an intimate solemnisation and a sophisticated restaurant where up to 150 seated guests can enjoy a lavish dinner. The club also has an 11-metre outdoor bar and a 20-meter infinity pool, both of which make for a great after-party destination.
When planning a beach wedding, it is impossible not to consider Shangri-la’s Rasa Sentosa Resort & Spa. The award-winning resort offers a unique location as the only beachfront resort in Singapore coupled with an experienced team of wedding planners.
The resort’s outdoor solemnization area by the beachfront makes up for a picturesque sunset wedding. For the reception, dine al fresco at the Diamond Site or hold a banquet inside the air-conditioned Horizon Pavilion. The floor-to-ceiling windows of the ballroom let you enjoy a panoramic view of the South China Sea as you celebrate your marriage. Siloso Ballroom, on the other hand, can accommodate up to 360 guests and is perfect for a grand reception.
We hope you have found ‘the one’ among all these beach wedding venues listed above. Make sure to choose the one that sings the most to you – just like how the waves serenade the shore.