What you'll do
Join this tour to get real insight into how locals live. Learn about Singapore cultual and religious diversity, savor flavourful street foods and find out their origins, ingredients and spices. Discover the hidden gems tucked away in little corners of Chinatown - feel its nostalgic vibes, marvel at the awesome streetscape and listen to the many intriguing stories. Be amazed by Singapore's unique public housing programme and the awesome view of the city from the rooftop of a public housing block.
Hi Friends I am a Singaporean born and bred, having lived here for half a century. My home is in Chinatown, a historical district with many interesting sights and great foods. In food crazy Singapore our conversations revolve around food, from office's gossip corners to social media. In order to satisfy my cravings I often travel around Singapore and sometimes even try to recreate the dishes at home. My passion for culture and heritage got me started on heritage guiding several years ago and now I am living my dream as a professional tour guide, taking visitors to my favourite haunts and sharing with them the many intriguing stories of this multicultural district, including my personal experiences as a Chinatown resident.
Traditional local street foods such as fried carrot cake, chicken rice, curry puff, spring roll and kaya toast. At least 4…
Singapore style coffee or tea or non-alcoholic drink
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Where you'll be
Chinatown, my hometown, is a microcosm of Singapore. It is a multicultural and multi-religious district rich in built and intangible heritage, exciting street arts and mouth-watering street foods. Here you can find fusion Chinese, Malay and Indian cuisines served in hawker centres, an uniquely Singaporean dining experience.
Keep these in mind
Any experience can be cancelled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase.
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Up to 6 guests ages 2 and up can attend.
Please catch a ride on a taxi or MRT (train) to meeting place. Contact me if you are unsure how to get there. Please bring a poncho or umbrella and a bottle of water
Cultural Experience with Food Tastings