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Our guide, Kuo Ai, was friendly, knowledgeable and very informative. The food at all of the locations was great, but be warned there is a lot of it. Come with an empty stomach and don't fill up at the first few locations! This tour is a great way to learn about the history and cuisines of Singapore.
No better way to discover Chinatown then to book this Food Tour. What to taste when one is not so familiar with the Hawker centers. Take an empty stomach for you will taste a Chinese breakfast!! as well as many other typical foods. Lots of time to ask all your questions for a lovely stay in town.
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.
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.
Small-Group Food Tour With Hawker Center: Eat Like A Local
Singaporean food experience
, Feb 2020
Dan is the sweetest! He goes out of his way to help take care of the group. The food was delicious - just enough for a taste and not feeling overstuffed at the end. My point was to try new things, and I did! My most favorites were: the curry puff, kopi, teh, and murtabak! I'll be back for more!!
Daryl was our guide and one of the best we ever had. We do food tours in most of the places we visit. This was one of the best food tours we have ever done. First stop was Soon Soon Huat and had curry puffs with chicken and carrot cake...both outstanding! Next was a stop which was a store that sold nuts and spices. we went upstairs and had a stuffed leaf with rice and pork inside...amazing, then a hidden gem that served the most amazing Laska. A bus ride to the Hawker center and Daryl took us around and pointe out the great options and all of us ordered different dishes from different stalls. Daryl took our order and he went and brought everything to our table..great food. Next up a tour of the Arab Street and a restaurant that served Halal food. It was great. last was Little India for Dosa..very good also. Daryl took us to where the cabs stopped and off we went back to the hotel very happy and very full. Do the tour, you won't be disappointed.
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.
Follow us 1pm-6pm every Saturday as we bring you on the most comprehensive walking tour in Singapore to explore the sights, tastes and sounds not on the typical tourist trail. Learn about Singapore's colourful past and its meteoric rise to global city status, while enjoying the unique places and simple treats that still have a special place in our hearts.
Why join our tours?
1. Best all-in-one tour for visitors who have a limited time and want ONE comprehensive tour of Singapore's history, culture and development
2. Explore multiple districts, cultures and themes
3. Get off-the-beaten-track and discover hidden sights and gems
5. Sample a variety of local food, snacks, and desserts all included!
6. End with a great view from a 50th floor viewing deck! (weather permitting)
Wherever we travel, we are always very aware of the fact that true connection means interacting with local people. The warmest and most lasting memories we have are of meeting new people and getting to know them. To bring this sense of connection to our own home Singapore, we decided to start a tour that focus on tasting as well as seeing the city. There is no better way to get to know someone than to sit down with a tasty bite or drink and chat away. Join us on this bike and bite tour through Singapore. Enjoy amazing food that brought from all over the world and combine them in creative ways, and learn about the history of a most racial harmonious country in the world.
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.
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.
Combine Singapore’s rich culture with its cuisine on a sightseeing tour that provides a comprehensive introduction that’s ideal for first-time visitors. Exploring by bicycle eliminates the hassle of parking and allow you to cover far more attractions than you would on foot, while focusing on Singapore’s food scene with a guide means you’ll sample delicacies and visit food stalls that you may otherwise have missed.
Experience the bests of Singapore's nightlife in our signature nightlife walking tour. Start with a dose of history at one of Singapore's oldest Chinese temples. As the sun sets, taste some local street food paired with cold local beer. Thereafter, enjoy a drink while taking in the views from a rooftop bar. Then visit a hidden bar and try a locally-inspired cocktail, before ending the tour in the vibrant party district of Clarke Quay.
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.
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.
The Artisan Experience will take guests into the kitchens of Singapore's food heroes. Like a food tour on steroids, we not only eat and learn about the local food scene but we get a chance to have a go at making some of our own dishes. We'll meet local chefs and have a chance to hear their stories. We'll learn different methods of cooking and get opportunities to try them out for ourselves. This experience has been put together to champion the food artisans of Singapore and to keep their methods alive for generations to come.
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!
Get to know a special neighborhood of Singapore through its food on this evening tour of Katong. Learn all about its multi-cultural residents by visiting family-run restaurants, markets, coffee shops, and local temples, all with a focus on food. Your guide will recount the fascinating history of this part of Singapore, and you’ll get the chance to try many local delicacies.
Enjoy Singapore as a local.. by bike and visit several hawker centres
, Nov 2019
Great, kind professional guide who guides you effortlessly and with a smile through different parts of Singapore. You will be very very full w great food and you’ll know what to order in any hawker center and why. All questions are answered and a lot about Singapore is learned. Treat yourself to a kind and professional guide. If i am to visit Singapore again, i will book 2 tours with this guide. Loved it!
Having been to Singapore 4 times we wanted to do something different this time. Thoroughly recommend this tour & HJ, our guide, was excellent. We tried so many local foods that we would never have done on our own & enjoyed all of them. He took us to places we had not been too & gave us a brief description of the history etc. Would highly recommend this tour & heads up - don’t eat breakfast beforehand!
Join this tour to get real insight into how locals live. Learn about Singapore cultural and religious diversity, savor flavourful street foods and find out their origins, ingredients and spices.
Discover the hidden gems tucked away in little corners of Chinatown - feel its nostalgic vibes, marvel at the awesome streetscape and listen to the many intriguing stories.
Be amazed by Singapore's unique public housing programme and the awesome view of the city from a public housing block.
Note : We used to provide an option to use bikes for this tour but currently we are only doing walking tours.
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.
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.
On this tour, your ‘insider’ food explorer will take you through hidden alleys to some of Singapore’s Michelin Star ‘restaurants’. Come prepared with an appetite as you will be tasting food and snacks from 5–6 different stalls from two hawker centres. You will not only enjoy the best bites but hear fascinating stories about the food and the proud people behind them.
Noodle Story serves a combination of Singapore wanton noodle with Japanese ramen topped with tender cha-su (barbeque pork) and crispy potato-wrapped prawn. Famous Crispy Curry Puff are best enjoyed hot. Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Noodles, the first hawker stall to win a Michelin star in Singapore, has seen its popularity grown fuelling its expansion overseas. Local favourite Char Kway Teow, stir fried flat rice noodles with eggs and prawns and end the tour on a sweet note with ice kachang, a colourful mountain of syrupy shaved ice with sweetened red beans, jelly cubes, creamed corns and other treasures.
Singapore knows how to party after dark. Discover the local secrets on this evening nightlife walking tour. Grab dinner from an authentic hawker stall at the Telok Ayer Market. With a satisfied belly, visit a rooftop club, a cocktail bar, an entire street dedicated to nightlife. End at a pub with live music and dance the night away after the tour, if you’re in the mood.
Eat 8 Singaporean Foods & See 30+ Singapore Sights in one tour! Fun local guide!!
We will guide you on an exploration of Singapore’s major landmarks. This will give you a good idea of the history, culture & legends of one of the world best-loved cities
During & after the walking tour we will treat you to some amazing Singaporean Foods!
Foods you will try include : Mutton Biriyani, Chicken Wings, Satay, Chicken Rice & a famous desert!
We walk to Singapore's famous Chinatown. Colonial houses, Chinese & Hindu temples plus stop to try some food along the way
Next is Little India. Vibrant, colourful & amazing food
City Hall area. Sights we see here include: Raffles Hotel, St Andrews Cathedral, Singapore Cricket Club, The Padang & other Civic Buildings
Heading to the Marina Bay we will take amazing photos of the famous Marina Bay Sands hotel. See The Merlion, Fullerton Bay Hotel & The Spectacular skyline
Last stop is Lau Pau Sat. The best Hawker Food Market in Singapore
Explore Singapore’s Geylang district from a culinary perspective on a nighttime food tour. Walk past rows of exotic fruit such as durian, the ‘king of fruits,’ and give it a try if you dare. Sample street food such as rice noodles, herbal soup or dim sum, and enjoy the glittering neon atmosphere of this neighborhood that comes alive at night.
Explore Singapore’s unique food culture in depth on this private tour. A personal guide will show just you and your group around Singapore’s culinary highlights, including places in Kampong Glam, Little India, Katong, and Old Airport Road. Tour at your own pace, ask your guide questions, and eat like a local for a day. Sample all kinds of food, and learn about Singaporean history and culture.
You’ll set off on a jaunt around Chinatown where you’ll find some of the best street food in Singapore. Aside from the Chinatown Food Complex, where you can taste Michelin starred street food, you’ll find such delights as poh piah (fresh spring roll) and chwee kueh (water rice cake). Maybe it’ll be the food which lulls you into a coma, or maybe it’s the swaying lanterns and billowing smoke screens, who can say. From here, you’ll walk to a traditional wet market where you can see live seafood and try to decipher all manner of ingredients.
Within 24 hours after booking you'll receive a short questionnaire about your personality and interests. Based on your responses, you'll be assigned a like-minded host. Your host will communicate with you directly to suggest an itinerary to help you discover what makes the city unique. You will also agree on a meeting time and place. Your itinerary is flexible, so during the experience, you can always change your mind about what you want to do.
Singapore is a foodie paradise and you will be spoilt for choice as to where and what to eat. There are simply too much to offer. Hawker centres are also notorious for their long queue during meal time, especially the ones that are good. With this tour, you get to sample as many as 10 different varieties of local food all at one go in to comfort of a home environment.