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Take a long relaxing lunch break on your 8 hour private tour of Singapore and enjoy a Steamboat for lunch!

Steamboat

Steamboat is a Chinese hotpot. You have a ‘boat’ of soup or stock base in which to cook your selection of raw ingredients (fish, meat, […]

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Durian is the king of fruits. try one as part of your Singapore walking tours or perhaps try the durian ice cream instead!

Durian

Durian is known as the King of Fruits. It is also know as the Vomit Fruit so potent is the smell! Like Blue Cheese and […]

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Duck Rice can be enjoyed in Singapore at both lunch and dinner time. Add it to your eat like a local list of foods to try on your singapore private tour.

Duck Rice

Duck Rice is predictably duck meat served on rice. There are two main types of Duck Rice in Singapore originating from two different groups of […]

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Dosa is one of the foods on our food tour Singapore. Enjoyed in the district of Little India tours it will delight your taste buds!

Dosa

Dosa is a South Indian speciality that made its way to Singapore with the Indian immigrants. It looks like a big rolled up pancake and […]

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whilst traditional a breakfast dim sum is enjoyed at all times of day and night on our Singapore tours and by the locals.

Dim Sum

Dim Sum hails from the province of Canton in Southern China. Essentially ‘Chinese Tapas’ it is a serving style rather than a food itself; small portions […]

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A tasty snack which is perfect to enjoy on the go. Crispy pastry with a chicken curry filling. If you are getting hungry on your Singapore Tours we will get you one!

Curry Puff

Curry Puffs are another firm favourite in Singapore. Usually semicircular in shape they are pastry shells filled with a curry filling. If you are British […]

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If you would like to eat like a local in Singapore ask your private tour guide to introduce you to some traditional Singaporean foods like chew kueh on your walking tour.

Chwee Kueh

Chwee Kueh are steamed rice cakes topped with fried radish. They are made from rice flour and starch. The direct translation of Chwee Kueh is ‘water cake’. […]

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