A historical food marathon in the east:
Joo Chiat/Katong Food Walk by Betel Box Tours

Take a mouth-watering tour down one of the city-state’s oldest eating districts in a six-hour tour to savour a wide selection of traditional dishes. This quaint neighbourhood is Singapore’s largest architectural conservation district associated with the Malay, Peranakan (Straits Chinese) and Eurasian (mixed Asian and European ancestry) communities. 

TDiscover Peranakan culture and cuisine such as rojak (sweet salad), popiah (spring roll), and laksa (spicy soup noodles) as you walk through the vibrantly-coloured heritage shophouses and quaint stores in the heart of the east.

Tour Timing: Thursdays, 6.30pm to 12.30am
Duration: 6 Hours
Cost: $80
Group Size: Minimum 8 pax
What’s Included: Local food and history guide, over 30 dishes to sample.

A taste of Malay food and culture:
Royal Malay District of Kampong Glam Food Walk by Betel Box Tours

Stroll down the lanes previously frequented by  early settlers of the Arab and Malay community, in a historic district was the historic seat of Malay royalty in early Singapore. Discover the wide array of Middle Eastern and Malay cuisine – from the chewy kueh (steamed cakes) to the rich flavours of Nasi Padang (steamed rice with an assortment of Malay dishes). After eating to your heart’s content, browse through textiles, perfumes and Malay artefacts at the colourful shophouses, as well as boutique and generationally-owned fabric shops and modern hipster cafes.

This tour is suitable if you want to enjoy culinary delights while soaking in the history and culture of the city.  

Tour Timing: Customisable
Duration: 4 Hours
Cost: Upon request
Group Size: Customisable
What’s Included: Local guides, traditional trade tour, over 10 dishes to sample

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Experience the sweet, savoury and spicy in Little India
The Spice Trail @ Little India by Crave! Singapore

Immerse yourself in this multisensory experience as you weave your way through Little India's most prominent eateries. The area is well- known for its unique mix of temples, shophouses, eateries and markets. As you soak in the vibrant sights and sounds of Indian culture in Singapore, you can treat yourself to a variety of spicy, savoury or sweet Indian delights. Tuck into slow cooked curries, fragrant biryani rice and the specially brewed teh-tarik (pulled milk tea) as you take your taste buds to elevated levels of enjoyment.

A knowledgeable guide will take you through the nooks and crannies of Little India, including a tour of the expansive and popular wet market. So put on some non-slip shoes and dress comfortably for the tour.

Tour Timing: 10am to 2pm daily
Duration: 4 Hours
Cost: $1,760 for 20 pax
Group Size: Minimum 20 pax
What’s Included: Local guide, food, a souvenir of spices

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Feast in Michelin style; meet celebrity chefs
Luxury Gourmet Experience by Wok ’n’ Stroll

If you enjoy the flexibility to eat what you want when and where you prefer, this is the tour for you. Wander through the hidden backroads and discover some of the best kept food secrets in the country or indulge in a curated selection of Michelin-starred restaurants where you can get to meet the acclaimed chefs as well. A well-informed insider on local cuisine will take you through your customised gastronomic experience straight from your hotel – all you need to do is to turn up with an empty stomach.

Tour Timing: Customisable
Duration: Upon request
Cost: Upon request
Group Size: Customisable
What’s Included: Local guide, transport, access to restaurants, Q&A with celebrity chefs

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The best gourmet delights that will literally move you
GOURMETbus by Singapore DUCKtours

Enjoy a tour of Singapore’s most iconic landmarks in a luxury coach while savouring the best local cuisine given the Michelin Bib Gourmand’s stamp of approval. Menu selections range from the famous chicken rice from Maxwell Road’s Food Centre to Peranakan-style high tea.

Every table is situated next to a window, offering a panoramic view of Singapore’s lush cityscape. The luxury coach, which has a comfortable and modern interior, is also outfitted with projectors, microphones and wifi connectivity, so you can turn the ride into a corporate meeting or an intimate gathering should you wish.

Halal, kosher and vegetarian options are available on request for the lunch and tea menus. This tour is recommended for adults as the bus cannot safely accommodate infant seats.

Tour timing: Noon - 1.30pm (lunch), 4.00pm - 5.30pm (high tea), 7.30pm - 9.30pm (dinner), daily.
Duration: 2 hours
Cost: $97 per pax (Dinner Menu)
Group size: 1 - 34 pax
What’s included: Starters, mains, dessert