Singapore: Local Food Tour
- Benefit from the guidance of a passionate and experienced English-speaking local guide
- Gain insight into Singaporean cuisine and culture
- Leave with a belly full of wonderful flavors and food
First, stop in at a small shop to try Singapore's most famous dish: bak kwa, a salty-sweet dried pork. Then sample a favorite local snack: a curry puff. Continue on to visit a traditional Singaporean coffee shop to taste your choice of local milk tea or coffee, served with a slice of kaya toast – beloved throughout the region. Make your way to a covered market called a "hawker center," where you'll sample the variety of foods on offer and learn what makes these dishes so popular. Your guide will select the best bites for you to try, including chicken rice.
Then visit the lovely Buddha Tooth Relic Temple before turning onto the food street to taste local dishes like fried carrot cake, Indian prata paired with curry sauce, and Singapore fried prawn noodles served with a can of Singapore Tiger Beer. Your time in the Chinatown food street will end with a special surprise – a signature local dessert that can't be missed.
- Food and drinks
- Local guide
- Hotel pickup
Prepare for the activity
Please meet your local guide outside the metro station called "Chinatown", Exit A. Look for the orange umbrella. If you need any route/directions advice, feel free to ask your guide at the end of the tour.Open in Google Maps ⟶
- Comfortable shoes