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Finally! A not too serious tour about teh tarik, bandung, Singapore's NEWater and the famous Tiger Beer. Learn how these came to be. Highlight: A DIY cocktail making session at a scenic rooftop bar. Sorry to disappoint if you think this is a cocktails, beer and liquor fest. There's plenty of that too. But we first bring you to a sobering cornerstone of the Singapore water story by introducing you to the Singapore Marina Barrage. A magnificent engineering feat that acts as a flood control system through the crest gates of the dam, but also now as a lifestyle attraction.
Be a local for a few hours and explore the everyday activities of the average local. Stop by some flamboyant shophouses and townhouses and marvel at the type of housing in early Singapore. Coffee is the daily beverage for most locals and with over ten different permutations of coffee, learn how to order your coffee using local terms. Bread, combined with coffee, is a traditional local breakfast much influence by Western culture. A trip to Singapore is never complete without visiting the hawker centre and wet market. Join the everyday locals at the wet market as they go about to buy fresh produce and meats. Sit down at the hawker centre and try some local food.
• 3-hour walking tour in a local district with rich history
• a glimpse into the Singapore way of life
• perfect for guests who want a non-touristy local experience
I have been staying in Singapore for around 20 years, mostly reside near town area. Have been staying vegetarian and learning Buddhism for more than 6 years. I always love to, in fact very passionate, to bring my friends to try the best vegetarian food in SG, especially thunder tea rice and asam laksa, which many local residents don’t even know!
Mixture of Taoism and Buddhism has been a unique culture in SG, which I always wanted my oversea friends to experience.
Perfect for lovers of architecture and food, explore off the beaten path of Singapore’s retail district. Learn how the story of Singapore is shaped by diverse communities and the storied past of the early Armenians and Jewish diaspora. Along the way, enjoy a local brunch of kaya toast, steamed Chinese rice rolls, Malay curry puffs and local beverages at a local cafe.
From a secret skyline view, admire the sweeping views and see how the new and old coexist in this city. Our adventure continues as we explore a pretty, lesser known neighborhood with hidden cafes, wine bars and antique shops. Our final stop will be a modern gem in the heart of the neighbourhood and we will see examples of how the city brings greenery into the public space. Small-group tour limited to 6 people.
Being a country proud of its racial diversity, the tea culture that developed in Singapore was as mixed as the local population. A population where tradition, beliefs and identities blended with one another.
Explore new ways of looking at Singapore’s diverse society through 4 different cups of tea, and get real hands on experience of the entire process, from leaf to cup. There is nothing quite like this!