If you’re looking for a new way to rediscover Singapore, what better way than through the various cuisines and tastes in our melting pot of cultures. If you have yet to use your SingapoRediscovers Vouchers, from now till June 2021, consider joining any one of these food experiences.
Food & Dining Experiences To Use Your SingapoRediscovers Vouchers On
Cable Car Sky Dining
Dine on board the Singapore Cable Car and indulge in a meal in the air. Choose from either a four-course Fly me to Italy dining experience or a Singapore Flavours experience. Get more details here.
Chinatown Hawker Food Tour
With more than 226 stalls, experience the charm of traditional Chinatown as you feast on typical goodies like rice cakes, poh piah (fresh spring roll), chicken rice, and more. Learn all about the origins of Singapore’s diverse Chinatown neighbourhood, how the early migrants came to live there and visit the wet market. Read more about this tour here.
Tea & Tiffin: Heritage and Food Tour in Little India
Another place filled with great culture, Little India serves more than just Indian cuisine but also offers a variety of other cuisine and a selection of local tea-time treats. A Klook exclusive iced local beverage will be given when you book this tour! Other than sampling various yummy foods, participants will walk along with captivating 19th-century shophouse architecture, which hosts slaughterhouses and traditional trades. Read more about this tour here.
Singapore Flyer Sky Dining
Take a ride onboard Asia’s largest observation wheel. Enjoy two full rotations over a one-hour and a four-course meal. The package includes choice of Western, Oriental or Vegetarian cuisine and complimentary admission to Time Capsule after your ride on the Singapore Flyer. Find out more here.
Kampung Glam Walking Tour with Food Hunt
Enjoy a historical walk with your family and learn about the historical site of Kampung Glam. Get a chance to sample foods such as Lontong, Nasi Jenganan, Nasi Padang and Pulut Hitam while learning more about the rich culture by visiting sites such as the Masjid Sultan Mosque, Malay Heritage Centre and more. There will also be time for some free and easy shopping for some time to purchase some souvenirs and other trinkets to take home. Read more about this tour here.
Hainan Cultural Cooking Class
Part walking tour and part cooking class, the Hainan Cultural Cooking Class will introduce participants to the aspirations, adversity and achievements of the Hainan community. Then, cook your own Hainanese dishes like Hainanese Chicken Rice, Kueh Yi Bua and Hainanese Pork Chop under the guidance of a chef. Get more details here.
SG Hidden Gems – Food Factory Shopping Tour
Coffee and dim sum are two foods that pair great together, and you can have all that and more on this Food Factory Shopping Tour. Experience with the local F&B industry experts to gain knowledge about dim sum and coffee by touring the local largest dim sum maker and pay a visit to a local traditional coffee powder factory. There will be a sufficient free-and-easy time for participants to enjoy shopping. Participants can also look forward to receiving some gifts from the places they are visiting. Read more about this tour here.
Kopi & Cha: Bitter Brews with a Story
Enjoy a Michelin recommended traditional bak kut teh lunch with curated tea pairing, and learn about its rich dark history and coolie heritage. Pay a visit a tea merchant and taste different varieties of Singapore-style kopi and be introduced to a secret shop which sells original old-school kopi cups. Get more details here.
ASEAN Food Bike Tour from Crawford Lane
Explore the smaller enclaves in Singapore such as Waterloo Street and Little Thailand at Golden Mile Complex while learning about the different ASEAN countries. Do note that this is a cycling trail that is suitable for those with some basic cycling experience so that the participant can enjoy the various sights that one will see along the way. Read more about this tour here.
Nanyang Rojak: Immigrant Mixes that Endure Food Tour
Learn about the origins and fun stories behind some favourite and less well-known hawker foods on a food tour around Chinatown. Meet hawkers with a story and enjoy food tastings along the way and themed snacks and refreshments at the end of the tour. Children from 0 to 4 can join this activity free-of-charge. Find out more here.
Singapore River Signatures: A Food Tasting Tour
Hear untold stories of the restaurants and amazing tales about the Singapore River as well as the secret sites in this historical location. Tour stops and highlights include spots such as Boat Quay, The Central, Rendezvous Restaurant Hock Lock Kee and more. Other than finding the secret sites, get a chance to sample signature dishes from the Singapore River Signatures 2020 restaurant winners including restaurants such as Ramen Keisuke Lobster King. Read more about this tour here.
Local Culinary Food Tour with Two Way Transfer
Experience a local culinary food tour in Joo Chiat with a restaurant that has been hand-making popiah skin for over 80 years. Conducted in Chinatown, see the masterful craft of handmaking popiah skin on searing hot pans and discover the fascinating history of this comfort food as you wrap your popiah. Other than touring the streets in Chinatown, you will also get a chance to visit the Nanyang Old Coffee Shop for a coffee break. Read more about this tour here.
Ultimate Food Journey
Embark on a hands-on food tour and taste the flavours of Singapore from dishes such as popiah, putu piring, curry puffs and more. Participants will also sample the best local dishes at Singapore’s famed hawker centres. As a way to gain a more in-depth understanding of local food and its origins and heritage, now of the stops in this trail is a trip to the wet market. There, participants will be introduced to local ingredients and spices and how they are used in familiar dishes. Read more about this tour here.
Nanyang Rojak: Immigrant Mixes that Endure Food Tour
A walking and eating food trail that traces the Chinese roots of some of the best heritage foods as well as Chinese cultures like Cantonese, Hakka, Hokkien, and Teochew that led to the mixed and matched food we enjoy today. Get samples of dishes such as Carrot cake, Stoneground sesame seed desserts, soysauce chicken and more. Participants will also get a chance to meet hawkers both new and old to hear their stories. Read more about it here.
Eat Your Way Through Katong and Joo Chiat
Got a stomach for some food and stories? Take a look at this tour conducted by a professional tour guide and Katong resident Anthony. Anthony has lived in Katong all his life and now this true blue Peranakan will tantalise your taste buds with best kept secrets and must eat in his hood. Some foods to look forward to eating during this tour include laksa, vadai, soon kueh, and tau kwa pau. If a four-hour mouthwatering feast sounds like what you’re looking for, sign up for it here.
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