Singapore for Foodies

    Treat yourself to delicacies at Michelin-starred restaurants. But do save some tummy space for the long and diverse list of must-tries―from lip-smacking dishes by time-tested hawker heroes to scrumptious creations by award-winning homegrown chefs. Every meal is a chance to indulge in something different, in new atmospheres, and in new ways. If you’re passionate about food, here’s where the foodies―connoisseurs, gourmands, bakers, chefs, mixologists, chocolatiers, tastemakers―meet.

    Chinatown food walk


    This tour opens a backdoor into Chinatown’s famous alleyways, where street hawkers serve some of Singapore’s most celebrated dishes to locals and tourists alike. Discover how chefs source for and prepare ingredients in accordance with handed-down recipes and learn about the significance of these Chinese dishes. Get ready to eat your way through the day.

    Availability 9:30AM to 1:30PM (every Tuesday)
    Duration 4 hours
    Meeting point Chinatown MRT station, ground level Exit A
    Price S$60

    Wet market adventure tour


    Singapore is a thriving food capital with a treasure trove of local delights. Join Wok ‘n’ Stroll’s Hawker Discovery tour and savour Singapore’s rich food legacy through visits to hawker centres while sampling local delicacies like chicken rice and laksa (spicy coconut milk-based noodles soup). Have a wet market adventure in Little India’s Tekka Market, filled with fresh produce, eye-opening ingredients and new dishes from the stalls around.

    Availability 9AM to 12PM (daily except Monday and Thursday)
    Duration 3 hours
    Meeting point Little India MRT, outside Exit C Race Course Road taxi stand
    Price S$85

    Makan Makan


    Not a typical food tour, Makan Makan introduces you to local culture and interesting native quirks. You'll visit one of Singapore's earliest hawker centres, the Geylang Serai Wet Market, learn how to make popiah (fresh spring rolls) in Joo Chiat and otah-otah (grilled fish paste) in the heartlands as well as witness the traditional coffee roasting process.

    Availability 9AM to 1PM (Tuesday to Friday)
    Duration 4 hours
    Meeting point Nicoll Highway MRT station, outside Exit A
    Price per adult S$90
    Price per child S$70

    Makan Makan food tour @ Kampong Glam


    Savour some of Singapore’s light bites and local cuisines in an authentic journey around the ethnic enclave of Kampong Glam. Learn about the ingredients that spice up local cuisines and witness tradesmen at work. And if that isn’t enough to tempt you, this tour also reveals some of the secrets of the neighbourhood, once the seat of Singapore’s Malay aristocracy in the 1800s.

    Availability 9:30AM to 12:30PM (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday)
    Duration 3 hours
    Meeting point 85 Sultan Gate Malay Heritage Centre (gift shop)
    Price S$90

    Next generation hawker food tour


    This culinary tour promises up-close experiences with our local “hawkerpreneurs” who will share their personal stories of preserving the hawker tradition. more, savour their persistence in retaining the original flavours of traditional local dishes while catering to changing palate of the younger generation. Key highlights include Teochew braised duck, nasi lemak and a western-influenced fusion noodle dish at a hawker centre.

    Availability 9:30AM to 12:30PM (Tuesday and Thursday)
    Duration 3 hours
    Meeting point 62 Smith Street Opposite Chinatown Complex carpark
    Price S$150