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Looking for things to do this Valentine’s Day? We give you some ideas…

Valentine's Day Getaway Ideas

The month of love and romance is back, and with it the pressure of doing something special for your partner. If you want to celebrate this Valentine’s Day with your better half by doing something different this year, we give you some interesting ideas to celebrate your season of love in more ways and more days than one. After all, why should the romantic you be content with one day only?

Plan a Scavenger Hunt for her

So she always teases you for not remembering special places and dates? Surprise her by asking her to answer riddles to find the clues to items that you placed somewhere around town, which have been significant to both of you. Maybe the place you first met her, or shared your first kiss, or even where you got married, take her around the city with a special gift at the end of each clue. Bring back some old memories — and make new ones.

Take a Dance Class together

What could be more exciting than taking a dance class together? Find a local dance studio near your place and enrol yourselves for a session (think tango, salsa and cha-cha) every weekend and then practice your moves at home.

Take her away for a magical getaway at Adlabs Imagica

Valentine's Day at Imagica

Adlabs Imagica is Destination Love all month long. For all of February, one lucky couple will be chosen daily as Mr. & Ms. Imagica and get amazing rewards. Experience a romantic dinner with live music aboard Arrmada – a classic ship anchored amidst Spanish settings overlooking a breath-taking view of the lagoon. You can also save 10% on your entry while visiting the park between 1st & 29th February, if you book 2 or more tickets online. Book Now!

Give an alternate bouquet

Roses may be the symbol of love but they are so passé and generic. Try substituting roses, or even flowers with a ‘different kind of bouquet’. Gift her a candy bouquet on Valentine’s Day with a dozen stems, and on each stem attach a note for a future date—to do something that he/she would enjoy. (For example, ‘Go for a cruise’)

Do touristy things in your own town

Since the usual Valentine’s Day parties are always a bit hyped, plan a few touristy activities that you and your sweetheart have never done. And don’t feel shy; take a gazillion couple-y pictures while visiting those attractions. Visit a local museum, hop on a city tour bus and learn a little about the history of your city, and go to the classic scenic places where each of you has many childhood memories.