Good dating places in singapore
Penny: I’ve been on two dates through the Tinder app, and I’ve been lucky as both were good – and “normal”!You do get connected with some odd people, but you can just un-match with them.It also depends on what you want; it can be very transient – people come and go from Singapore.This can be great as you never have to run into them again, but if you are looking for “Mr Big” it’s a harder game to play.If, like me, you don’t want anything serious, there are plenty of options for meeting people.Susan: The Screening Room rooftop bar is good during the week; and it’s not crowded, in case you’re anxious about seeing people you might know. Penny: I’m originally from Sydney, where there are plenty of available men.Club Street is always full of office workers on a Friday night, and there are always lots of people in Boat Quay, which is not as touristy as Clarke Quay.Talent can be sparse, depending on what is happening in the city, or if you’re looking for something long-term.
“I was in a relationship from my late teens into my mid-twenties.I’ve also lived in London, which has a good dating scene.However, after a recent trip to Dubai, I would suggest to any single ladies to get yourself there for a girls’ weekend – there are men everywhere!Penny*, in her early 40s, found herself single again after ten years of marriage.“I moved to Singapore five years ago with my husband, but after ten years of marriage he decided that being married wasn’t what he wanted.I’ve had some interesting matches on Tinder, where guys wanted to know if I was into bondage, or they were married and here on work, and wanting to hook up!I also met a guy on Tinder who was here on holiday; three months down the track, we’re still talking and have seen each a few times, but he doesn’t live here, so the long distance thing is tough.I’ve lived in Europe and the US, but I was always in this same relationship.”* Names changed to withhold identities.Penny: There are men out there, although you may have to look hard for them, and fight other women off!Having come from a long-term relationship, I had no clue what I was doing and I found it all very cringe-worthy, but you just have to accept that this is the dating world that we live in now. Susan: I haven’t discovered the worst thing yet – I’m still having fun; however, my single girlfriends often complain that most men come here with their partners, or that it’s very hard to find someone who lives here and isn’t just stopping by on business.The best thing is that, if you’re looking for fun, Singapore has great nightlife, with some very attractive professional men!