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Singapore remains a safe destination. There is no travel restriction by World Health Organisation (WHO) to Zika-affected countries.

Outdoor dining in Singapore

If you love the idea of dining al fresco, here are some restaurants that let you savour your food in the open.

For a delicious meal set in lush natural greenery, pay a visit to The Halia at the Singapore Botanic Gardens, which serves up European cuisine with an Asian twist, or Labrador Nature Reserve with its Thai restaurant Tamarind Hill, where you'll find Thai specialties like duck curry.

Or maybe you are a history buff and would love to dine in a restaurant housed in a conserved building? Then head to Indian restaurant Song of India and Peranakan eatery Indocafe. Both are housed in black-and-white colonial-era bungalows. Dempsey Hill, meanwhile, is home to restaurants such as The White Rabbit that sits in a beautifully restored chapel.

Outdoor dining in Singapore

To get high on your dining experience, stop by Mount Faber, where eateries such as casual Asian fusion restaurant Spuds & Aprons, or Faber Bistro serve up great views of the city along with delicious food.

Outdoor dining in Singapore

For those who want to something a little more special, check out Riders Café at Bukit Timah Saddle Club, where you might just get to watch the horses on their morning run.

With so many interesting al fresco eateries and Singapore’s year-round balmy weather, you have no reason to stay indoors.