Chinatown is an ethnic neighbourhood that was once home to the early Chinese migrants. The area also displays remarkable religious diversity, where Hindu temples and mosques sit right next to Chinese temples. The rich heritage of Singapore is also evident in the wealth of food choices.
Join our Walking Food Tour for a heady experience blended by culture and lip-smacking local delights.
Katong is a foodie's paradise tugged away in the Eastern side of Singapore. It is well known for serving Peranakan (or Nonya) cuisine, a unique blend of Chinese ingredients with spices and cooking techniques of the Malays.
Discover the tastes of Singapore as you walk past heritage shophouses and eateries in this ever-charming Katong area.
Hawker Centre is quintessential to our Singaporen way of life. It is an integral part of the way of life in Singapore, and home to local favourites and cuisines where you will find the most famous food artisans. It is a place where people of all races from all walks of life can have a good meal on a table shared with strangers.
There are more than 107 hawker centres across the country. The Hawker Culture of Singapore will soon be UNESCO protected and listed.