One of the best ways to discover a place is to taste its food. Get to know the island a little better by walking down the streets and discovering enticing local cuisine – join food tours in Singapore that take you from east to west, spanning wet markets and Malaysian neighborhoods. Better yet, embark on your journey after hours and enjoy beautiful views of the city at night. Here are some evening food tours in Singapore to look forward to.
Tour operator: Wok ‘n’ Stroll
If you want to take a walk on the wild side when it comes to trying new specialties, sign up for this adventurous tour that takes place in the fascinating Geylang district. You can try frog leg porridge or find out where you fall in the “love hate” spectrum when it comes to the king of fruits, the durian. With the help of an experienced guide, you will spend the night discovering the best dishes in Singapore of this lively area that never sleeps.
Food Tour With Hawker Center
Eat like a local on this small-group food tour of Singapore. Explore the history and culture of Singapore through its cuisine with tastings of dishes such as puffs of curry, dosas, and Hokkien mee in regions like Kampong Glam, Little India, Katong, and Old Airport Road Hawker Center. And discover how the emblematic dishes of the island city-state have become an integral part of its culture.
- Get an introduction to authentic Singaporean dishes with this tour
- Learn more about the history and stories behind the foods you eat
- Immerse yourself in local culture with this experience
- Enjoy personalized attention in this small group (limited to 8 people)
Joo Chiat / Katong Food Walk
Tour operator: Betel Box Asia
This one is for the avid gourmet who thirsts for various flavors. With the greatest number of local dishes in Singapore to taste as part of a visit – 30 to 40 – your taste buds will be completely satisfied. Taste local delights such as the aromatic fish head curry (an Indian favorite) or the iconic crab with chilli from various restaurants, cafes and restaurants in Singapore. They are located along the heritage-rich Joo Chiat complex, Joo Chiat Square, Haig Road and Ceylon Road. The area is home to Peranakan culture *, with traditional stores and trendy boutiques for shopping. The tour is led by Betel Box, who also runs a youth hostel in the area – don’t hesitate to ask them for travel advice!