Chinatown is an ethnic neighbourhood that was once home to the early Chinese migrants. The area also displays remarkable religious diversity, where Hindu temples and mosques sit right next to Chinese temples.
The rich heritage of Singapore is also evident in the wealth of food choices. If you are after an authentic Singaporean experience, you must eat like the locals at the Hawker Centres, a place where Singaporeans love and seek comfort in our local dishes.
Picking a dish at the Hawker Centres can however be very difficult, because there are too many choices! The variety of local dishes is enough to keep one eating all the time!
Every dish is a chance to indulge in something different. If you’re passionate about food, here’s where you should start your food journey in Singapore.
Your local English speaking guide will bring you on a very "Shiok" and uniquely Singaporean food journey in Chinatown. You may also pick up one or two Singlish (abbreviation for Singapore English) words, a delightful slang consisting of English, Malay, Hokkien, Teochew and Cantonese.
Let's go "Makan" !
Our Tour : On this tour, we only have 10 spaces. Thanks to this small number, your guide will be able to answer all your questions. Belong to the happy few, discovering Singapore the tasty way!
8 to 10 Food Stops
Little Things to Remember : This is a walking tour, so wear comfortable footwear.
The weather in Singapore is hot and humid pretty much the whole year round, so casual and comfortable clothings like t-shirts, tangs, demim shorts are recommended. You may also want to pack a small and portable umbrella along as the weather can change unexpectedly.