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  • Singapore indigenous food trail
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  • S$72 per person

Singapore indigenous food trail

Food & Drink |
  • Singapore
  • Approximately 3 hours total

Offered in English


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About your host, Ben:

Joined since May 2019

10 years ago I quit my job to start living my dream; to meet new people and start exploring new place in Singapore. Now I spend my time sailing, exploring new places & meeting people.

What We'll do:


Join me, a local, on a walking culture tour of Geylang Serai and Katong where we will explore and taste through places locals go. We will meet at a convenient location i.e. MRT station and make our way on foot to Geylang Serai and then to Katong. During this 3-hr tour we will visit the vibrant Geylang Serai wet market as well as the hawker centre. We will sample local malay snacks or kueh such as putu-piring and lopes.

What else you should know:


We will then walk towards Joo Chiat Road to look at some of the traditional shop-houses and snack stalls where we can try the crispy curry puffs. We can also admire some colourful Peranakan shop houses architecture as we walk towards Katong to explore the unique peranakan enclave at Katong to understand the fusion between Straits Chinese and Malay culture and you can sample the famous laksa dish. At Katong we will pop into Kim Choo museum, a peranakan museum.

Tour is normally conducted in the morning as the market is more lively and of course it's a bit cooler in the morning. Expect about 3km of walk.


What I'll provide:


Food: Select the Food you will be providing (Tea or Coffee)

What to bring:


Hat, Cap, Water Bottle, Camera


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Meet-up Point:

30 Eunos Cres, Singapore 409423

Cancellation policy:

Flexible: Guest can cancel their booking for FREE but not less than 3 days before scheduled booking. (Note: Guest can get a full refund except service fee)

Guest Requirements:

Up to 8 guest(s) ages 12 and up can attend.

More Info:

This is A unique angle on an activity that guests can do on their own

How active is this? Light (e.g. a little walking)


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