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From 1 April 2022, all fully vaccinated travellers can enjoy quarantine-free travel in Singapore.
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Singapore's multi-ethnic culture and heritage presents a multitude of colourful cuisines, each with its own unique flavour.
This delectable dish can be found at almost every dining spot, from humble hawker centres to high-end restaurants.
Chilli crab hits all the right spots with tangy gravy that seeps into the succulent flesh of the stir-fried crab.
This spicy dish is a scintillating stew of curry cooked with vegetables and of course, the whole head of a fish.
Contrary to its name, there's nary a tinge of orange in the local fried carrot cake, a flavourful dish that comes in the monochrome colours of black or white.
Also known as ‘char kway teow’ in Singapore, this indulgent wok-fried noodle dish has been a popular Singaporean hawker staple for decades.
This simple dish of stir-fried noodles boasts a rich prawn stock that keeps fans coming back for more.
This simple dish is the ultimate comfort food for those with a sweet tooth, offering the right mix of crunch and sugar rush.
The laksa broth offers the right balance of spice and coconut milk, a distinctive noodle soup that will tickle the tastebuds.
It's the savoury and creamy rice that carries this dish, with spicy sambal to give it that extra zing.
Dark and sticky, the salad may not look very appealing at first; but tuck into this culinary marvel and you’ll be amazed by the delicious mix of sweet and savoury.
This Indian specialty is pleasing to the palate and the eye. Watch the prata-maker stretch the dough by slapping and swinging it in one skilful motion.
These grilled meat skewers are bound to delight lovers of street food in Singapore, and are perfect for communal meals.