Food Tours

FOOD TOURS

Eat like a local on a Hello Singapore Food tour!

our singapore tours can start at any time from 8am to 4pmOur Food Tours last 5.5 hours and provide a solid introduction to Singapore’s history and culture through food. 

 

 

food walks in Singapore start in KatongOur Singapore food tours cover four districts of Singapore; the East Coast (also known as Katong), Old Airport Road, Kampong Glam and Little India. In each district you will enjoy foods from each of the main ethnic groups of Singapore; Chinese, Peranakan, Malay (Muslim) and Indian. There are 10+ food tastings in this tour.

 

hawker centre food tour in Singapore lets you sample over 10 local Singapore foodsPlease note that there is a wide variety of foods in this tour. If you are unable to consume any of the following then it does mean that you will NOT be able to eat / drink everything on the tour: milk, meat, pork, prawns, fish, wheat / gluten, spice. If you are unable to consume several of those foods then you may prefer to opt for a private customised tour rather than a food tour.

 

up to 12 people can join a food walk in Singapore

We offer both public group and private food tours.

 

 

book a Singapore food tour with Hello Singapore Tours

Public group tours run on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday mornings.

Private food tours are available 7 days a week and can start any time before 3:00pm.

have a question about your Singapore walking tours? contact us here.

Su Ling will take you on a food tour of Singapore and delight your taste buds.

This is Su Ling, one of the Hello Singapore tour guides.

 

This is Laura from the back office team braving the green chilli on the Singapore food tour!

 
Deciding between a private tour and public group tour

A private tour gives you the benefit of being able to enjoy the tour at your own pace. It also allows for the option of adding on an additional half an hour to have your guide meet you at your hotel rather then the prearranged meeting point. Private Singapore food tours tours are 100% customisable so if you want to take out one of the districts and add in another area you can do that! 

If you book a small group tour you will join a group of other visitors. We take a maximum of 8 guests on our small group food tours in Singapore so it is still an immersive experience with lots of one-on-one time per person with the guide. You will need to be comfortable talking to and sharing your dining table with a group of new friends.

 

PLEASE CLICK ON THE PRIVATE OR GROUP TOUR BELOW FOR MORE INFORMATION AND TO BOOK.

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