In our current times, Valentine’s Day has shifted towards a more festive day rather than a day of remembrance, with many cultures interpreting Valentine’s Day differently.
While majority treat Valentine’s day as a romantic holiday, there are many others who use this day to show their appreciation to friends and family.
Whatever the reason, all these cultures celebrate this joyous occasion with the same intent, to share and express their love.
How is Valentine’s Day celebrated?
Valentine’s Day is usually celebrated with people giving flowers, letters, chocolates to their significant other. Gifting have become more flexible and creative in modern times.
From dining at high end restaurants to luxurious gifts such as smart phones or jewelry, people have shifted away from such traditions and have opted for more unorthodox and practical ways to express their love.
What should I get my Significant other for Valentine’s Day?
For many, they would follow the traditional route, gifting roses, chocolates and whatnot.
Other than tangible gifts. Perhaps you can consider planning an overseas trip where both of you can get away from the hustle and bustle of city life, such as Phuket and Bali. A shorter alternative would be the staycation option. This is commonly tight up with a series of event such as couple facial or spa where both of you get to rest and relax, follow by a romantic dinner. This will require lesser planning yet it provides the tender loving care he/she deserves.
Well if you are unsure of what facial or spa to surprise him/her. Fret not, because Coslab is offering the 90 minutes Couple Fruity Facial at $148 (U.P $336). However, it is limited to the first 50 couple (or friends).
Choosing a suitable gift can be difficult sometimes but it really depends on what you think your significant other would like.
Eventually what’s most important is the thought and way you express your love to them. Sometimes, the best gift is giving them your time and attention. It really can be as simple as that. Hope you find this article helpful and have a Happy Valentine’s Day.