"We are planning to spend some time together off camera to understand each other," Singh, who is from Dharamsala, told IANS.
They might take a holiday in this picturesque Himalayan hill station, which has lured hundreds of thousands of from the West and Hollywood stars like Richard Gere since Tibetan spiritual leader Dalai Lama settled here in 1960.
"I am planning to return to my hometown (Dharamsala) for a few days Nov 14," Singh said over phone from Pune.
Mallika's search of a soulmate came to an end Friday in the dating reality TV show The Bachelorette India - Mere Khayalon Ki Mallika, aired on Life OK, after the actresses chose Singh as the king of her heart.
Singh, 24, the youngest among seven siblings, said in the finale episode of the show: "From now on I will always be there for you. I will do whatever I can to keep you happy."
Singh, who became Mallika's dream man after defeating 29 contestants, said Mallika is heading to Los Angeles for a shooting schedule soon.
"After her return to India, we are likely to go for a holiday. It can be of 10 days or more. Even during the shooting of the show, we got enough time to understand each other," he said, adding "she can even come to Dharamsala for a holiday break".
But Singh's eldest sister Usha, who is settled here, said he is still too young to think about taking this newfound relationship with Mallika to another level.
"Choosing a soulmate at this point in time is too immature. That was in screen only, not in real life. He still has miles to go," she said on being asked about his marriage plans.
Before working for this reality show, Singh, who passed graduation from a local college, was a TV anchor.
"Since his school days, he has an interest in modelling and fashion designing. He prefers to spend most of his time in a gym," she added.
Singh, whose father retired from Himachal Pradesh's directorate of health, pipped Karan Sagoo, an NRI restaurant owner from London, in the final round of the TV show.