Learn about the history of food in Modern Singapore, from it’s founding in 1819 by Sir Stamford Raffles through to the present day. You will enjoy 10+ foodie tastings in 5.5 hours across 4 districts of Singapore. Start your food tour in the East Coast Area of Singapore. Learn about the early Chinese immigrants to Singapore. The focus will be on food but we will also talk about the types of jobs that they had, how they lived and who they married. In this district, we will enjoy a selection of Singapore’s favourite foods with Chinese and Peranakan heritage including Kaya Toast and Kopi, Bak Chang, Kuehs and Laksa. Next, we travel to the Old Airport Road Hawker Centre, a firm favourite amongst Singaporeans. Here we try two of three distinctly Singaporean dishes, Hokkien Mee, Rojak and Carrot Cake. Our next stop is Kampong Glam, the centre of the Malay community. We will discuss the history of the district and we will try the most popular local foods from the Malay and Arabic communities. Our fourth stop is Little India. We will discover why the Indian community choose to settle in this district and will be trying some popular Indian dishes including Dosa, Sweets and Masala Mi
Come with me on a food exploration around Singapore and I will teach you to eat like a local! I am a qualified Singapore tour guide with a special interest in food and food culture. I have been leading people from all nationalities on food walks for several years. I can accommodate most dietary restrictions and requirements.
10+ foodie tastings Yes
We will cover 4 districts of Singapore, one for each of the 3 core ethnic groups that call Singapore home plus Singapore's most loved Hawker Centre which is located at Old Airport Road.
Eat like a local on a food tour