This tour has it all! Enjoy the tastiest flavours of Singapore in a delicious mix of Malaysian, Chinese, and Indian cuisine. Discover three complete different areas of the city that have influenced Singapore’s authentic cuisine at its very best!
Foodie alert! You’re about to make your taste buds dance with a mouthwatering selection of 10 local tastings from three countries! On this unforgettable food tour your private guide will show you why Singapore is known for being a melting pot of cuisines. You’ll hear all about it’s rich food heritage and taste fabulous dishes with Malaysian, Chinese and Indian roots. Rise and shine, because no matter what time of the day, The Malay Village is the perfect place to enjoy a local favorite “breakfast” meal. Sit back and relax as your host introduces you to Lontong (curry vegetables with rice cakes) and Nasi Lemak (coconut rice dish). Pick your favorite dish and enjoy.Wander around the village and get a feel of the historic and cultural scene. Feeling thirsty? Check out a local tea shop and learn all about the special way of pouring Teh Tarik. This frothy hot milk tea is simply delish and even better with a yummy curry puff by its side. Chinatown awaits! Admire the stunning gateway, and inhale the fragrant smells of traditional cuisine. Admire the bold red and gold colors that run through the neighborhood. This is an area that’s proud of its heritage and bursts with culture! When in Singapore, checking out the largest hawker center is a must. With 260 food stalls, it’s the ideal place to have your private guide by your side. Try the most delicious Dim Sum you’ve ever tasted, see how sugar cane juice is freshly made in front of you, and enjoy a typical Popiah springroll. You’ll hear all the stories behind each tasting.Ready for more? Little India is ideal to feast on great food! Create your own Rojak, a traditional meat, fish or vegetable dish. Choose your favorite ingredients and let the local seller prepare your dish with spicy peanut sauce. Quench your thirst with a refreshing Mango Lassi and crunch on an impressive Thosai bread. Top off your experience with traditional Indian sweets as a dessert. The local hosts on your private tour are true foodies and love to connect you with locals to give you the best insights and stories about food.