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"Where to get a taste of Peranakan cuisine in Singapore" article image
Where to get a taste of Peranakan cuisine in Singapore
A unique blend of Chinese ingredients and Malay cooking styles, often with Indonesian and Indian elements, Peranakan food is Singapore’s oldest – and arguably most delicious – cuisine. Often affectionately referred to as Nonya cuisine (after an old Malay term of respect for women), this tangy and spicy food is a wonderful example of Singapore’s culinary diversity; add it to your list of foods to try while exploring the island.
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Discover Singapore from dusk till dawn
They say New York is the city that never sleeps, but in Singapore you can now eat, drink, and even fish around the clock. Begin your night at any one of Singapore’s highly acclaimed cocktail bars or by tucking into tasty nosh at a local eatery, then set out to discover the Lion City after dark.
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Spotlight on Chingay: Singapore's largest street parade
Lights, camera, more lights…and ACTION! Chingay, Singapore’s multinational extravaganza, is Asia’s largest street performance and float parade. Held during the city-state’s Chinese New Year celebrations, it has captivated audiences since 1973. With its growing popularity, numerous complementary events have also sprung up, so there’s more ways than one to enjoy the giant celebration that is Chingay. Here’s how to get stuck in to the exuberant, colourful festivities.
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