With weekend getaways off the cards for now, we’re embracing this new normal of exploring our own backyard and have realized that a day out is always more fun with our fur kids in tow! From green spaces where your dog can let off some steam, to pet-friendly restaurants and hotels, we’ve rounded up the best spots to give your pup a taste of a ‘Singapoliday’.  

Pup-friendly Hotels

Capella Singapore

Capella Singapore is one of the most luxurious pet-friendly hotels that welcomes small- to medium-sized pets (one pet up to approximately 6kg per guestroom, suite or villa). Well-known for their unparalleled personalised hospitality, it’s no different when it comes to your beloved family pet. Pet amenities include include pet bed, treats, toys, pee-pad and bowl.

Regent Singapore

Regent Singapore offers a five-star staycation experience for you and your four-legged friend. Plush bed, gourmet treats and chew toys galore. The Regent Pet Staycation package also comes with $100 in-room dining credit and a customised pet welcome amenity kit. Don’t forget to take your pup for a morning stroll at the iconic Singapore Botanic Gardens, which sits close to the property.

Restaurants & Cafes For Dog Lovers

Tanjong Beach Club

Pooches are allowed on the sun-soaked stretch of sand, which Tanjong Beach Club is perched on. The closest we’re getting to a Bali beach club; this tropical spot is the perfect place to catch some rays and for your pet to meet some fur friends. 

Ménage Café

Nestled in Bishan, Ménage Café offers grub for both pets and their parents to allow them to bond over mealtimes. Humans can opt for signatures such as the Fish & Chips or the Spicy Crabmeat Linguine, while pups will delight in sous vide meat with brown rice and broccoli.  

Parks and Dog Runs

Bishan Park Dog Run

Located in central Singapore, the Bishan – Ang Mo Kio Dog Run comprises of two fenced up areas, one for small and medium-sized dogs and one for large-sized dogs. One of the larger dog runs in the city, the 2,100 square meters area will allow your dog to get its fill of exercise. The dog runs here are well equipped with gravel footpaths, bench seating and water taps to keep your pets hydrated.

Jurong Lake Gardens Dog Run

Jurong Lake Gardens is one of Singapore’s biggest public dog runs; the 2,200-square-metre grass field is large enough for big dogs to run freely. Your pet will love the grass mounds that provide natural obstacles to slalom around.