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Singapore is a very diverse place, and on this food-focused walking tour, you can sample a variety of different cuisines as you explore the Chinatown, Little India, and Kampong Glam neighborhoods. Follow your tour guide through the streets and learn about the history, culture, and heritage of Singapore and discover where the locals like to eat. Get in-depth insights into each dish that you sample and hear stories about the local communities.
Singapore is a very diverse place, and on this food-focused walking tour, you are introduced to a huge range of different cuisines in the heart of Chinatown. Follow your tour guide through the vibrant neighborhood to see where the locals eat and learn about Singaporean culture. Sample various dishes including the famous chicken rice from the world's cheapest Michelin-starred restaurant. This tasting tour is a must-do for adventurous foodies!
Singaporeans eat out more than any other nation on earth. Find out why on this delectable private food tour, with eight different tastings at three different hawker centers in the Chinatown area. Set out at a time that suits your body clock—morning, noon, or night—then savor highlights from Tian Tian’s legendary chicken rice through to spring rolls, dim sum, and the local breakfast favorite, kaya toast.
With three local cuisines to choose from—plus a welter of international fare—Singapore’s world-class street food scene can be hard to navigate. Discover it with a private guide on this comprehensive tour. Taste no fewer than seven foods and three drinks from Malay, Chinese, and Indian traditions—from “nasi lemak” coconut rice to dim sum, from mango lassi to a cup of foaming “teh tarik” tea.
You and your friends will embark on a 3 to 3 ½ hour Asian gastronomy tour. We'll visit a local market, teach you about the surrounding architecture, and show you the hidden gems where residents go to eat, that you won't find in any guidebooks.
By joining our Secret Food Tour, you'll have the opportunity to discover what the authentic Singaporean food experience is. Our local, English-speaking guide will teach you about how the locals dine out and what makes the food here such a unique and important part of our culture. The price includes six stops, all food and drinks, and a friendly, passionate guide. All of our guides have a deep knowledge of Singaporian history, the local food scene, and geography. Plus, all of our tours include a Secret Dish which you can only find out about on the tour.
Experience an integral part of life in Singapore with an evening walking tour of the city’s top hawker food centers. Walk at a leisurely pace with a small-group tour limited to 10 participants, stopping regularly to sample a variety of savory and sweet dishes. Expect enough tastings to make a hearty meal as you make your way through Chinatown and the Central Business District with your food-loving guide.
Dine like a local on this food tour of Singapore, which includes 10 tastings of the city's best traditional and innovative dishes alike. Walk past some of the city's most popular attractions and through its distinctive neighborhoods between bites, all while your guide provides insightful commentary and useful information about the area. This small-group tour is limited to eight people for a more intimate experience.
Your host is a friendly 4th generation Singaporean Chinese with a strong passion to share real life experiences from growing up in Singapore since the 70's.
His in-depth experience of the hawker markets (as they were the only places to eat out at in the 70's) promises an adventure of discovery the vibrancy of local street food now run by 2nd or 3rd generation family members.
You will be introduced to a wide variety of local street food favourites mostly known to the locals. You will also get to know better your host and the country through his eyes and life's experiences, view the hawkers in action preparing food the same way since decades ago and get to meet other local people as well.
This fun and engaging adventure is for those who want to experience unique traditional street food in the hawker centres located in the ethnic neighbourhoods. This is a dying culture that has been deeply embedded in the Singapore way of life since the colonial days of early 19th century until today.
Discover the culinary delights of Singapore’s Chinatown on a walking tour that includes a hawker center and other food sites. With a guide, visit the Chinatown Complex to sample authentic dishes like Singaporean chicken rice and spring rolls. Try sugar cane juice, ‘pulled’ tea and 'chwee kueh' (water rice cake) and pass by temples and other cultural sights while learning about the neighborhood’s diverse culinary heritage. This small-group tour is limited to 12 people to provide a more personalized experience.
If you enjoyed the Crazy Rich Asians book and movie then look no further than this private tour of Singapore, which reveals the glamorous locations used in the hit Hollywood film. While you receive the undivided attention of a private guide, you’ll relive your favorite on-screen moments and visit parts of Singapore that you may have missed if exploring on your own.
There’s no better way to learn how Singapore fits together than exploring the city by bike. Combine 2-wheeled adventure with a feast of Singaporean fare on this guided combo tour. Check off sights from Raffles Hotel to Marina Bay and Kampong Glam as you pedal the streets. Then immerse in the food and culture of Chinatown, sampling dishes from “popiah” fresh spring rolls to Indian-style “roti prata” bread.
Discover the highlights of Singaporean sub-cultures, away from the glitz and ultra-modern development the city is known for, on this street art and food tour. Your knowledgeable local guide will lead you down small alleyways and through back doors in search of the best local snacks. En route, stop to admire impressive mural street art by Singaporean and international artists. On this tour you’ll see a different, quirkier side of Singapore.
Katong is known among locals for its colorful shops, old-world cafes, and dumpling houses. This walking and eating tour makes it possible to sample some of the residential neighborhood’s best eating spots while learning about local history with a guide. You’ll skip tourist joints to sample delicacies at venerable cafes and restaurants, visiting Sri Senpaga Vinayagar Temple and hawker markets along the way. Plus, this small group tour is limited to eight to make getting between eateries a breeze.
Travellers to Singapore have countless options when it comes to eating, especially with the latest MICHELIN guide Singapore 2017, there is no better time to discover the country's exciting food offerings. On this 3 hours guided tour, you'll explore the neighbourhood of Telok Ayer and Chinatown and sample local favourites served from humble hawker vendors, heritage brands and household names each with an amazing culinary story behind them. What's more, you'll get to sample the world's famous Michelin star hawker - Soya Sauce Chicken Rice!
Vegetarians can eat their way around the gastronomic paradise of Singapore with expert local foodie guides on this morning tour. Many food tours overlook the needs of vegetarians and vegans, but this tour has identified the best vegetarian cuisine from all the cultures that make up Singapore. Visit shops and markets as well as restaurants, and learn about Singapore’s food culture and history from your knowledgeable guide.
In this walk, we explore the Malay quarters - Kampong (Village) Glam, which has evolved from the area where royalty lived to a hip, super trendy and culturally vibrant district today.
The experience includes three parts :
Eat: Learn the story of the enclave through its food where we will taste & drink some hidden and authentic gems of Malay street food. We will visit local family-run establishments, one of which have been in business for more than 100 years.
See: The murals in this area defined and set the scene for street art in Singapore. Together, we explore the side streets and back alleys to understand the history and traditions of one of the indigenous culture of the island.
Drink: In the last 1/2hour, we end off this experience by stopping at a local craft beer house where you have the option to taste local brews (non-alcoholic options available too). You will get insights into the local brewing scene and walk you through the ingredients, process and styles of the region.
The Eat, Pray Love Tour is a food tour with a difference – as you enjoy food with different ethnic backgrounds, you will also walk through temples, churches and other religious buildings that represent the wide diversity in Singapore.
The walk will be through the beautiful Art Belt of Singapore from Chinatown to Little India, and along the way, you will enjoy various cuisines presented by the different cultures and ethnic groups. Several food stops have been planned for you to savour Indian, Muslim and even Chinese food – experience the delight of rice served in the shape of a ball, home-made ice-cream and sweet lassi.
We will also lead and guide you through the various places of worship – Hindu temples, Taoist temples, Islamic mosques, Catholic and Protestant churches as well as a Jewish synagogue.
Walk together with us on this tour for a unique multi-cultural experience through the Art Belt of Singapore!
One of the best things about being in Singapore is undoubtedly the food. You’ll get a taste of Singapore’s multicultural heritage on this private tasting tour with a personal guide who introduces you to Chinese, Malay, Indian and Peranakan cuisine. Take a walking tour of Geylang Serai Market, Joo Chiat and Katong, and visit some of the country's best foodie destinations including hawker centers, street vendors and old-world cafes to sample specialties. Hotel pickup and drop-off by private vehicle included on this 3.5-hour tour.
Escape the fast pace of life in Downtown or Orchard and discover the authentic taste of Peranakan cuisine (also known as Nyonya) with this half-day walking tour in the residential neighborhood of Katong. Experience a culinary tradition in the place it first developed; on this tour, you’ll enjoy the opportunity to try dishes that have since become fast favorites throughout Southeast Asia, such as the Katong Laksa and Nyonya Bak Zhang.
This private food tours will allow you to test some local traditional food in hawker markets around Chinatown and little India. Our professional tour guide bring you different stall to find out some best dishes that you must try when in Singapore. An optional river cruise can give you a different look of Singapore. Round trip private transportation is included.
Sample a range of foodie experiences that would be hard to arrange independently on this fascinating small-group food tour of Singapore’s spiritual epicenter, Chinatown. Learn about local herbs and spices at a wet market, sample Singapore signatures at a hawker court, discover the weird and wonderful ingredients on sale at a Chinese delicacy store, and enjoy a Zen tea ceremony at a local teahouse.
Immerse yourself in the Straits Chinese (Peanakan) culture with insightful commentary from a guide on this tour of Joo Chiat and Katong. Travel like the locals, via public bus, to Singapore's eastern shores, where you'll soak up the local culture and try traditional foods. Traveling with a small group of six people or fewer ensures personalized attention from your guide and an intimate atmosphere.
Tour Singapore in search of the best food in the city with a passionate local foodie. On this small-group tour your enthusiastic guide will take you to traditional hawker centers as well as modern restaurants inspired by old recipes and techniques. Learn about Singapore’s culture and people through its food in far more depth than you could if touring independently, and eat at places that only locals know about.
Whether you’re a fan of Crazy Rich Asians or whether you just want to find a place for dinner without poring over online reviews, this private tour of some of Singapore’s culinary hotspots should hit the spot. Go behind the scenes and experience the Singapore behind the smash hit book and movie with this tour around the featured hawker stalls, restaurants and bars. Sample Singaporean seafood dishes at New Ubin Seafood and get photos of the grand architecture at the historic Chijmes complex.