SINGAPORE FOOD TOUR - Join our food host on this tiny island nation with a big appetite, discovering the stories behind the hawker food culture of Singapore.
Straddled at the crossroads of Chinese, Malay and Indian cuisine, we’ll venture to three distinctly different neighbourhoods - Chinatown, Little India and Arab Street.
We’ll visit Michelin-rated hawker stalls and family owned eateries that reflect the rich diversity of Singapore’s foodie scene. Tucking into 13+ varied tastings - tender chicken with fragrant rice, crunchy hand-made popiah, and oyster cakes that would make Anthony Bourdain proud. From the Maxwell Centre, we’ll take to the backstreets to marvel at the street art murals dotted through Chinatown.
We’ll hop on the subway to Little India, seeking biryanis and dosas packed with aromatic spices, whilst navigating the sights and sounds of the local Indian community - as colourful as the Instagram-worthy house of historic Tan Teng Niah.
From the history of Indian merchants to Arab traders, our third adventure arrives at the illuminated Sultan Mosque. Pistachio-coated treats satisfy the sweet tooth, as we end next to hipster Haji Lane; toasting modern Singapore and the buzzing nightlife of Kampong Glam.
Join our Singapore food tour to explore the best overview of three fascinating areas of the city, paying homage along the way to the country’s prime position in Asia’s culinary heritage.
Singapore has all the tasty ingredients to reflect the cultural mix of a food-loving nation (save the iced Singapore Sling cocktail until afterwards). Come to understand the real stories of Singapore’s food heroes, with their humble and beloved stalls of which make up the world-famous hawker centres.
Follow the trail of the hungry locals - trust that they know the best recipes, away from the hotel restaurant’s uninspiring bowl of noodles.
Prefer a private tour? How about our Singapore Bites food tour?
Jimmy was born prior to Singapore independence to parents with ancestry linked to southern China. His favourite dish is linked to his Chinese roots - the humble fishball noodles sold by Teochew hawkers in food centres across the island.
Priscilla is a lively tourist guide with a love for travelling and food. She's always on the lookout for new and exciting culinary experiences in Singapore and passionate about sharing these recommendations with her guests.
To join our Singapore food tour, use the calendar to select your date and secure your tour with your card. For special requests, private bookings, or dietary requirements, please contact us. Safety of our customers is our first priority, so if you have any allergies, please contact us before booking.
This Singapore food tour is designed for adventurous eaters with an interest in discovering the food locals eat. It’s a walking tour (though you will also use the subway), but the pace is gentle, the terrain flat and there are plenty of rest (eating) stops along the way. Join us on the best Singapore food tour in the city, you won't regret it.
The tour departs from outside Exit 2 of Maxwell MRT subway station opposite the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and close to the Maxwell Food Centre. It's easy to reach from most of Singapore's hotels and accommodation. There will be more details on your booking voucher.