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Singapore Tours | Pandan, The National Cake of Singapore

Singapore Tours | Pandan, The National Cake of Singapore Pandan recently got named one of the world’s 17 best cakes by the travel website of United States news outlet CNN! It was about time that our humble yet heavenly delicious cake gets the attention it deserves (obsessed with pandan cake much? Yes, sir!). When you ever come for a Singapore city tour, do not miss out on this festival for your tastebuds! Describing the cake as “essentially a chiffon cake” infused with green-coloured juice from the pandanus palm, CNN’s April 2 article says: “The radioactive hue of this cake belies its natural woodsy flavour. When married to fluffy- yet-moist chiffon cake, it’s a revelation.” Ask you Singapore food guide about his favourite pandan bakery and don’t miss out to buy some after your Singapore food tours! #getinmybelly #goodeats #travel #traveloften #wanderlust #discoversingapore #love #food #foodporn #instagood #instafood #eatsingapore #foodie #foodadventure #sg #tourism #travelbug #hellosingaporetours #sgfoodie #visitsingapore #foodtour #privatetour #personaltour #grouptour #tourguide #obsession #pandan #chiffoncake #pandancake #foodtours #foodguide #guidedtours    photo credit: straits times    

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Singapore Food Tours | The Clean Plate Campaign – We Are Famous!

Singapore Food Tours | The Clean Plate Campaign – We Are Famous! When you book a Singapore city tour with us, we try to show you every aspect of life in Singapore. The things we talk about on Singapore tours range from history, culture, housing, religion, politics and present day happenings in the lives of Singaporeans. One of these things is the “Clean Plate Campaign”. Singapore generated more than 800,000 tonnes of food waste last year. To raise awareness of the environmental and societal impact of food waste, volunteers from the Clean Plate Campaign were visiting a hawker centre. Guess which Singapore food guide was at the very same food court at that time? Our very own Hello Singapore Tours guide Janice! She was on a public food tour with our guests, when volunteers came to her table and journalists took pictures! The next day we had made it to the news! How super exciting. You can read all about the article here! #instafood #travel #traveloften #wanderlust #discoversingapore #food #instagood #happy #getinmybelly #eatsingapore #bbctravel #foodie #foodadventure #singapore #sg #instatravel #adventure #welltraveled #tourism #travelbug #lonelyplanet #travelstoke #hellosingaporetours #singaporetour #sgfoodie #foodtour #visitsingapore #straitstimes #wemadethenews #cleanplatecampaign #avoidfoodwastage #dontwastefood #checktheheadline

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Singapore Food Tourism | Crazy Rich Asian Tour Part Three

Singapore Food Tourism | Crazy Rich Asian Tour Part Three Following the success of the “Crazy Rich Asians” film, let us introduce you to some of the really “Singaporean” things to do when you book your Singapore tours or even better Singapore food tours with us. One of the typical things for our little red dot is to think of lunch while having breakfast or think of dinner right after lunch! Like you can see Nick, Rachel, Colin and Araminta – one of the most popular places to eat anytime of the day is a hawker center. This means when you are on a Singapore food tour with us, we will give you the opportunity to try all the delicious food that a “food court” (aka hawker center) offers. You can find indoor and outdoor options. If you want to have the exact experience like the characters from the film, we would suggest stopping at the Newton food court on your Singapore city tour! #newton #travel #traveloften #wanderlust #discoversingapore #food #hawkercenter #happy #getinmybelly #eatsingapore #bbctravel #foodie #foodadventure #singapore #sg #instatravel #adventure #welltraveled #tourism #travelbug #lonelyplanet #travelstoke #hellosingaporetours #singaporetour #sgfoodie #foodtour #visitsingapore #cra #crazyrichasians #movieset #filmset #newtonfoodcentre #eatlikealocal  

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let your singapore tour guide take you to an exhibition

Singapore Activities | The National Gallery

Singapore Activities | The National Gallery National Gallery Singapore is a visual arts institution. It has the largest public collection of modern art in Southeast Asia. Situated in the heart of the Civic District, the Gallery is made of two buildings. The former City Hall completed in 1929 and former Supreme Court completed 10 years later. Both buildings have been beautifully restored and transformed into this exciting venue. In the National Gallery, you will find over 8,000 artworks that will show you the history of Singapore and the region starting from the 19th-century to today. Many on public view for the first time, this comprehensive display includes loans from major museums, private institutions and collectors. Ask your Singapore tour guide about the latest exhibition and take time to visit it after your Singapore city tour. If you lack the time, you can learn all about it on your Singapore night tour as we include a visit during the tour! #art #design #nationalgallery #photooftheday #exhibition #singapore #sg #hellosingaporetours #ilovesg #hellosg #artinsingapore #classictart #singaporetour #visitsingapore #privatetour #personaltour #privateguide #personalguide #customizedtour #grouptour #tourguide  

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Buy yourself a durian souvenir after your singapore excursion

Best Food To Try In Singapore – The King Of Fruits

Best Food To Try On A Singapore City Tour – The King Of Fruits Travelling in Southeast Asia you will definitely have come across a very distinctive smell and appearance of a thorny green fruit. We are talking about Durian! This fruit has a rather curious appearance, accompanied by a very strong smell. You might have seen one on your Singapore city tour, you might have wondered what this funny looking and smelling thing might be. A durian has a very sharp thorns and grown on trees. A word of warning here: it can be fatal if a durian falls on your head! The distinct smell is a sign that the durian is ripe and ready to be eaten. This fruit comes in a large variety of shapes and size. If you are on walking tours of Singapore the most popular you will see is called “Mountain Cat King” – according to locals “the best grade there is”. Singaporeans do not only eat the fruit plain as it is – no sir! There is a mild obsession across the country to find the best durian cake, durian puff, durian pastry and even durian ice cream!!! Chances are that you have seen one of these options on a food tour in Singapore! However, despite this deep-rooted love for durian smell can be very unpleasant especially in a country with a tropical climate like our little red dot! So, officials came up with a rule that everybody can enjoy and indulge their durian but please do not bring it on the bus or any other public transport, else you will get fined! This sign is on a public bus in Singapore. It was taken on a Singapore tour by Su Ling. When you take the bus on your Singapore tour from airport, count how many times you will see the “No durians” sign in public transports. The taste of a durian is always described as “stinks like hell, tastes like heaven”. The consistency is more like a custard with a smooth texture. Next time when you on a Singapore street food tour, ask your private guide in Singapore to find you the best place to try durian! #getinmybelly #goodeats #travel #traveloften #wanderlust #discoverhongkong #love #food #foodporn #durian #kingoffruits #eathongkong #foodie #foodadventure #hk #tourism #travelbug #hellohongkongtours #hkfoodie #daretoeat #dare #foodtour #privatetour #personaltour #grouptour #customisedtour #tourguide #privateguide #personalguide

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Take a walking tour of Singapore to see the beautiful shop houses.