A Foodie’s Guide to Singapore
If you are visiting Singapore anytime soon, you need to make sure that you do not miss out on all the amazing tourist destinations which this place has to offer. However, being a foodie, there are some of the most iconic places which you need to visit to satiate your taste buds with good food and indulge into an experience like never before. Avail the Singapore Tour Packages and head to Singapore to make the most of your gastronomical affair
1. Chinatown Food Walk
Chinatown Food Walk is a four hour food walk that takes place on Tuesdays. In this food walk, you get an amazing opportunity to sample some of the popular as well as most unique Singaporean Chinese traditional street food. The entire street and it’s food is a perfect embodiment and reflection of the Chinese diaspora in Singapore. You would be briefed about this food walk before it begins.
2. Hawker Discovery
One of the most bustling marketplace of Singapore, Hawker Discovery is indeed the heart to the food scenario of Singapore. Introduce yourself to some of the most relishing hawker centers you would fall in love with. Apart from just tasting these local delicacies, you can learn the process of these Singaporean dishes.
3. Wet Market Adventure
Wet Market Adventure will introduce you to Little India which is all about the dozens of food stalls that the market has to offer. Make your way down to the Wet Market for breakfast and you would end up leaving this place by indulging in a scrumptious lunch. If you are fond of spices, do not forget to visit the several spice stalls that are lined up.
4. Makan Makan Food Tour @ Kampong Glam
This food tour is definitely one of the most amazing food tour which you would come across in Singapore that lasts for as long as three hours. Right from sweet snacks, curry puff and samosas to Murtabak and NasiPandang, you are in for a treat of rich aromas and delectable pleasures.
5. Sins and Salvation- A Geylang Food Walk
The total duration of this tour is for four hours which takes place on Fridays and takes you straight into the rich past of Geylang where you get a chance to sample the ethnicity of Singapore which are a total delight. This is perhaps one of those markets in Singapore which never sleeps.