Baby Shower Venues for Rent in Singapore

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Top Baby Shower Venues in Singapore

Have a new little one in the house and looking to celebrate? Whether it’s a one month or a 100 day celebration, Singapore has venues lined up to help you celebrate in style with family and friends. With a little one among the invitees, you will want to be especially careful with the venue. Take a look through our offers and narrow down your search and you’ll be ready to mark those first 30 (or 100) days in no time!

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Baby Shower Venues Hire Guide

Singapore is an exciting city with a multi-cultural vibe. So, whether it’s a baby shower, a first month or the increasingly popular 100 days celebration, Singapore has the venue to suit you. 

Modern baby showers are often arranged according to a theme, and Singapore celebrations are no exception. However, with a baby to look after at home, you might not want to deal with the refreshments yourself. Singapore’s venues are all well prepared to meet both traditional and modern requests, and everything in between. Many will offer a complete package, including the option to arrange the room decoration yourself. There are plenty of patisseries and caterers who specialise in this kind of occasion. So, don’t be afraid to get inspired, this day only comes once in your child’s lifetime!

Check out Canning Walk near Clarke Quay for a variety of party rooms available for whole or half day rental. There are also plenty of venues with private gardens for an outside event, weather permitting. Check out Bukit Timah for some outdoor options in private clubs. Singapore’s retail centre Orchard Road also has many function rooms suitable for a family gathering, as does St Andrew’s Road where you can find The National Gallery of Singapore. Available for rental, this is a memorable locale if you are looking to splash out.

One month celebrations are a time-honoured Singapore tradition, instituted to honor the mom emerging from her confinement and to introduce a baby to a couple’s family and friends. If a more traditional observance is planned, including cutting the baby’s hair and the ceremonial bath, make sure you have planned for the time in your party plan. Also consider setting aside a quiet space for the baby, and mother, to take some time out from the event if they grow tired. 

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