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Singapore Government

Cinta Abadi Marriage Preparation Programme



Marriage preparation programmes support you and your partner in building a strong foundation for your marriage:


  • Discover more about each other – your strengths and aspirations for your journey ahead as a family;
  • Learn about key areas such as effective communication and conflict resolution, financial planning, strengthening ties with family and other support networks, and nurturing trust and intimacy;
  • Receive tips and know-how to meet challenges together.


Come join the Cinta Abadi Marriage of a Lifetime Marriage Preparation Programme (Kursus Rumahtangga)! This course, currently available online, is supported by MSF, MUIS and ROMM and is delivered by MSF-appointed providers.

Cinta Abadi caters to Muslim first marriages with grooms aged 25 years old and above and brides aged 21 years old and above. The programme is conducted in English and Malay at various locations across the island.


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